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26 June, 04:55

Which of the following was not a requirement of the Enabling Act of 1906?

A. freedom of religion

B. equal voting rights for women

C. a judicial system

D. public schooling

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  1. 26 June, 06:29
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    The right choice is:

    B. equal voting rights for women

    Explanation:

    The act granted the right to vote to all males of any race, color or previous condition of servitude. There was not female vote in the USA by then. Another provisions are: freedom of religion was preserved but polygamy and plural mariage were forbidden; manufacture and sale of liquor were prohibited; public schools were established with English instruction.
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