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17. What was one way the government tried to control opposition to U.S. participation in World War I? (Points : 3) formed the National Civil Liberties Bureau passed the Espionage and Sedition Acts promoted the Red Scare prevented the post office from using censorship 18. Which of the following violated the Fourteen Points, Woodrow Wilson's goals for peace? (Points : 3) an association of nations open diplomacy freedom of the seas economic penalties for Germany

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19. Which agency is not an example of the expansion of the power of the federal government during World War I? the American Civil Liberties Union the Food Administration the War Industries Board the Railroad Administration 20. What was a government response to the debates over U.S. participation in World War I? the founding of the American Civil Liberties Union Supreme Court decisions finding the government in violation of the Bill of Rights encouragement of the debates to promote freedom of speech passage of the Espionage and Sedition Acts 22. Key points of the Treaty of Versailles stripped Germany of its overseas colonies and required Germany to pay reparations. What else did the treaty require? Germany would accept blame for the war. Italy would gain territory from Serbia. Germany would keep seized Russian territory. Austria would give territory to France.

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After the Civil War, many newly freed slaves migrated to the west. What would be considered one reason for this migration?

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