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The Teapot Dome Scandal (1 point)involved transferring oil reserves from the Navy Department to the Interior Department and then forgot about the Navy’s needs. allowed the attorney general to use his position to accept money from criminals. wasted taxpayers’ money by spending many thousands of dollars on a great deal of floor cleaner. allowed Harding to reduce government regulation of business and return to a more traditional laissez-faire approach.

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3. The Teapot Dome Scandal (1 point) (1 pt) involved transferring oil reserves from the Navy Department to the Interior Department and then forgot about the Navy’s needs. (0 pts) allowed the attorney general to use his position to accept money from criminals. (0 pts) wasted taxpayers’ money by spending many thousands of dollars on a great deal of floor cleaner. (0 pts) allowed Harding to reduce government regulation of business and return to a more traditional laissez-faire approach. 1 /1 point

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