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Answer ASAP! 1:Capitalism competed with __________ for dominance in the twentieth century. mercantilism free enterprise feudalism communism 2: Choose all that apply. The principle of national self-determination refers to _____. A: the right of a nation to be in control of its own future B: the justification for countries to establish empires and overseas colonies C: one of the aspects of Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points D: the right for a nation to establish its own state and choose its form of government
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3: A nation can exist without a state. True False
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anonymous
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C, for the first one is my first answer to be honest .

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jessie13
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thanks do you the answers for the other two
anonymous
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B and D is the second. And the first is False
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