How did the united states' entry into world war i affect american public...
a. it increased government support for organized labor and farm cooperatives.
b. it encourages trust-busting activities and renewed focus on economic regulation.
c. it tightened restrictions on free speech and other civil liberties.
d. it expanded civil rights reforms and restricted discriminatory practices.
The right answer is: C) It tightened restrictions(...)civil liberties. At the moment the war breaks out, the entire nation begins a recruitment campaign, which it looks for all those young men, of fighting age, to be trained and sent to Europe, it is at this moment where they begin to generate opinion shocks between those who agree with participation in the conflict and those who see as an irrational thing that these men were sacrificed.
America almost reached full employment as they were hired for war jobs to help the country.
The United States' entry into World War II helped to decrease unemployment significantly, as the people who were unemploy had to leave for the front or being employ in the making of goods for the war such as weapons and cars.
sumerians were responsible.
the answer is c my brotha. c. formed an alliance with the soviet union.