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US History Help? Please? 5 Stars? Check My Answers? In general, the effects of the electronic new media in the early twenty-first century were used to reinforce existing political and economic power structures.*** restricted to those with extensive education and training in their use. of greater benefit to corporations than to ordinary citizens. democratizing for ordinary citizens. complementary to the interests of the traditional mainstream media.

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US History Help? Please? 5 Stars? Check My Answers? In general, the effects of the electronic new media in the early twenty-first century were used to reinforce existing political and economic power structures.*** restricted to those with extensive education and training in their use. of greater benefit to corporations than to ordinary citizens. democratizing for ordinary citizens. complementary to the interests of the traditional mainstream media. 4. "Globalization, as defined by rich people like us, is a very nice thing... you are talking about the Internet, you are talking about cell phones, you are talking about computers. This doesn't affect two-thirds of the people of the world." Jimmy Carter This passage refers to which of the following issues? digital divide*** global terrorism brain drain white flight job outsourcing 5. What were the two major political party's positions on NAFTA by 2008? Democrats supported it; Republicans opposed it. Republicans supported it; Democrats opposed it. Both parties supported it. Both parties opposed it. Neither party considered NAFTA an important issue.*** 6. Major advances in genetic and stem-cell research led to the cloning of human beings. increased government funding from the George W. Bush administration. a renewed interest in Nazi scientific theories.*** concern about the ethical implications of cloning and the destruction of embryos. the decline of American agricultural production. 7. One of the most dramatic changes in women's economic condition by the early twenty-first century was that equal pay was finally a reality. the employment of mothers. the decline in the number of women seeking high-demand careers.*** the removal of the glass ceiling preventing advancement to top positions. the complete end of largely single-sex occupations. 8. The New Immigrants of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries came to America primarily in search of jobs and economic opportunity. assimilated more quickly into the American mainstream than earlier waves of immigrants. received more in welfare payments, as a group, than they paid in taxes. made Asian Americans the largest American minority by 1995. settled primarily on the East Coast.*** 9. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 attempted to restrict access to welfare for legal immigrants. require immigrants to learn English as a condition of American citizenship. restrict access to welfare and education for illegal immigrants. deny amnesty to illegal immigrants living in the U.S. penalize employers for hiring illegal immigrants. 10. The election of 2008 was historical in the fact that there was limited controversy surrounding it. more young voters turned out to the polls. taxes were increased to offset lobbying costs. the presidential race was mirrored historical campaigns. the United States elected its first African American president.

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