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In what way were the 1988 elections that voted out the Chilean dictator Pinochet initially a failure? He used a coup to regain power and resist democratic reforms. He defied the election results and stayed in power for two more years. He used the election to persecute democracy reformer Michelle Bachelet. He defied the election results by forcing the military to retake power.
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B. He defied the election results and stayed in power for two more years
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can i ask you another?
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sure! Ask away! thats why I'm here :)
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How did F.W. de Klerk influence democratic reforms in South Africa? He restricted political rights to the white minority, ultimately extending the apartheid system. He set up talks between the government and the ANC, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid. He encouraged the government to outlaw the ANC, ultimately extending the apartheid system. He refused to end civil war, ultimately contributing to the elimination of apartheid
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A. He restricted political rights to the white minority, ultimately extending the apartheid system.
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Why might France have been more motivated to resist independence movements in Algeria than it had in French Indo-China? Algeria had a large settler community made up of French-speaking Europeans. Algeria had been a part of France since the end of World War II. The Vietnamese resistance was stronger and far more organized. The Vietnamese independence movement appealed to Britain for help
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A. Algeria had a large settler community made up of French-speaking Europeans.
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is there anything else ?
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thank you so much! and yes a few more if thats okay
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Use the following excerpt from Mohandas K. Gandhi's "Statement in the Great Trial, 1922" to answer the question below: "In fact, I believe that I have rendered a service to India and England by showing in non-co-operation the way out of the unnatural state in which both are living…I am endeavoring to show to my countrymen that violent non-co-operation only multiples evil, and that as evil can only be sustained by violence, withdrawal of support of evil requires complete abstention [avoidance] from violence...I am here, therefore, to invite and submit cheerfully to the highest penalty that can be inflicted upon me for what in law is deliberate crime, and what appears to me to be the highest duty of a citizen." -excerpt from Mohandas K. Gandhi's "Statement in the Great Trial", 1922 Based on this excerpt, how did Mohandas Gandhi's approach to gaining independence in India differ from the approach taken in French-Indo China? Rebels in French Indo-China rejected the use of violence. Gandhi believed that violence was not an effective means to bring change. Gandhi believed violent resistance to be the highest duty of a citizen. Rebels in French Indo-China saw peaceful negotiation as the most effective means to bring change.
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C. Gandhi believed violent resistance to be the highest duty of a citizen.
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What role did Prussia play in the reform of education in the United States? War with Prussia encouraged the United States to begin reforms after realizing illiteracy was a problem for many soldiers. Prussia sent a number of poorly educated immigrants to the U.S., which caused reforms to focus on achievement. Reformers in the U.S. adopted the idea that students should have access to the same content at similar grade levels. The Prussian ambassador to the U.S. was an outspoken education reformer who collaborated with Horace Mann
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D. The Prussian ambassador to the U.S. was an outspoken education reformer who collaborated with Horace Mann.
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okay thank you! one more!
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okay, fire away :)
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oh wait nevermind I think thats it!
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lolz, k have a good day! filled with more fun, and less homework!
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thank you so much!
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your welcome :)
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i actually think i have a couple more if you could help! @Silverknight01
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In what way did the movement toward independence in India differ from that of Korea? The colony of India was split into two different countries. Korea achieved independence because Japan lost the war. India achieved independence when Britain entered the war. Korea fought a long and violent war for independence
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give me a sec to think...
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B: Korea achieved independence because Japan lost the war.
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In what way did the independence movements in Puerto Rico and Jamaica result in similar outcomes? Both gained constitutional governments without violent wars. Both gained independence through violence means. Both independence movements were rooted in black nationalism. Both won independence from the Spanish crown
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I know it is not D
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yea... hmm
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I've been trying to figure that one out for forever.
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actually, its D O_O
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no.... wait XP
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sorry but this questions got me stumped
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I've submitted it with D to times and i dont get any credit.. :/
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I understand!! can you try What prompted the early-20th century coup in Brazil? The urban middle class sought to overturn the coffee elite-controlled government. The tenantes sought to concentrate power at the top of the social ladder. The coffee elite felt that their favored social and economic position was threatened. The newly created trade unions established a minimum wage and child labor laws.
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1: The urban middle class sought to overturn the coffee elite controlled government
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Which of the following forced Jean-Bertrand Aristide out of power in Haiti? the United Nations the Haitian aristocracy the Haitian military the nation of Cuba
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1. The Haitian military
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Which of the following describes the purpose of the Regeneration group in Mexico? to remove President Porfirio Diaz from power to remove Ricardo Flores Magón from power to create a system of private schools in Mexico to create a new Mexican constitution
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2: B
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:P got to go, sorry, hope that helps!
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okay thank you!

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