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Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the A. New Right. B. Paleo-Conservatives. C. 70s Right. D. Alt Right.
Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the New Right.
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Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the A. New Right. B. Paleo-Conservatives. C. 70s Right. D. Alt Right.
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Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the A. New Right. B. Paleo-Conservatives. C. ‘70s Right. D. Alt Right
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Big business conservatives, Christian religious leaders, and various fringe groups formed a new conservative coalition in the late 1970s known as the New Right.
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What might the general goal of Johnson's Great Society have been? A. Reducing tax rates in the United States B. Increasing inequality in the United States C. Reducing the size of government in the United States D. Reducing poverty and inequality in the United States
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The general goal of Johnson's Great Society might have been: Reducing poverty and inequality in the United States.
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What was the end result of Reagan's tax cuts mixed with increased spending? A. A smaller national debt B. A larger national debt C. A smaller economy D. A smaller military
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The winner of each election of won despite losing the popular vote were notable of the 2000 and 2016 elections.
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What term is used to describe a group of people that would reject the social values of the greater society? A. Traditionalists B. Conservatives C. Counterculture D. Conformists
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Counterculture is used to describe a group of people that would reject the social values of the greater society.
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