Frozen15
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Which sentence best describes Richard Nixon's early campaigns for office? A. He tirelessly traveled from place to place, eager to talk to as many people as possible. B. He wrote his own speeches, which always seemed untimely and inappropriate. C. He enthusiastically debated his opponents on the issues. D. To win, he used tactics that some people thought were not completely honest.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what do u think it is
Frozen15
  • Frozen15
D?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes that is correct

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anonymous
  • anonymous
To win, he used tactics that some people thought were not completely honest.
Frozen15
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sasabina123
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I can check them later, but i'm about to leave... Sorry :(
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@DERRICKCURRY ^^^^

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