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5. What is nativism? (1 point)
the patriotism that led to America's success in World War I
the belief in the importance of rights for Native Americans
the anti-immigrant feeling that prevailed during the 1920s
the strengthening of national military prowess

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  1. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/nativism?s=t

  2. is it B or C?
    from your cite, im slighty going towards b.....

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    posted by TTR+S<3
  3. B is correct, yes.

  4. it was c.
    i had a feeling it was since it was always against the immigrants but i did think it was b.

    thank you

    i have a one more, do you mind helping me pls?

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    posted by TTR+S<3
  5. C is a very modern-day response (in our heavily political world!) even if the reference is to something that happened 200 or 400 years ago. How very sad.

    Sure ... post your questions. If I can help, I will.

  6. 1. A
    2. B
    3. D
    4. B
    5. C

    (btw, these are for Connexus)

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