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1. Free elections in Poland:
A. were not very significant
B. demonstrated clearly that the Cold War was ending.
C. showed that Solidarity was not really all that influential and that people would not turn their back on Communist government.
D. were rigged as demonstrated by the fact that the Communist Jaruzelski was elected president.

I'm not sure about this question, I think it's C.

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    What was the effect of this cartoon in 1867?

    It demonstrated the weakness of the veto power.

    It showed that the president was well equipped for his job.

    It emphasized the authority of the U.S. Constitution.

    It validated the need for more control of the presidency.

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