During Reconstruction in the South, most white Southerners?


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Answer: Resent the destruction of the southern economy

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I believe the answer is A. Rosetta stone.


What two spy cases increased fear of communism in the united states?



The two spy cases that increased fear of communism in the United States were the Rosenbergs and Alger Hiss.


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-Alger Hiss was an official of the Department of State. He was accused in 1948 of having been a Soviet spy. The facts being then prescribed, so he could no longer be sentenced for espionage. However, having denied at a hearing where he had sworn the reality of his espionage activities, he was guilty of perjury and was sentenced for that in 1950.

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Why did the European begin to explore the world


It was too cold where they lived and they needed more farm land for food. People were also spreading diseases and food had a part in that. Also it was almost like a competition. Kingdoms always want to expand.
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