Which of these quotes from Boss Tweed is ironic in light of the scene illustrated in Nast's cartoon?
"The way to have power is to take it."
"These gusts of reform are wind and clatter. Next year we shall all be in Washington."
"I don't care who does the electing, so long as I get to do the nominating."
"I wish I could retire to private life and have nothing more to do with politics. I'm sick of them."
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Which explains the effect of demobilization following WWI on the economy?
The global economy soared, which created stiff competition between U.S. and foreign industries.
The demand for war materials lessened, which weakened the global economy.
The global economy boomed as countries demanded industrial products to rebuild their territory.
The demand for industrial workers increased, which benefitted the soldiers returning from war
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D. The demand for industrial workers increased, which benefitted the soldiers returning from war
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"One effect would be that when the men returned from war, they expected to have their jobs back. However, the women that had taken over their jobs when the men were gone were reluctant to give them back. This caused many sexist out lashings, and a higher women unemployment rate."
Lastly, this one, I am having doubts... I think its artillery?
What type of weapon caused the greatest casualties in World War I?