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What is meant by plebiscite?

A plebiscite refers to a type of referendum. In it, the voters of a given jurisdiction place their votes on some proposal, usually for motion in the legislative body of that r (MORE)

What leader uses plebiscite to make him emperor?

In the mid 19th Century Louis-Napoleon, also known as Napoleon the Third (serving as France's President at the time) held a plebiscite in France to decide the question of whet (MORE)

Who was president in the 1920s?

  Answer   Woodrow Wilson - March 1913 to March 1921 Warren G Harding - March 1921to August 1923 Calvin Coolidge - August 1923 to March 1929 Herbert Hoover - M (MORE)

What was the food in the 1920s?

Molded/fruited Jello-salads,   fruit cocktail,   sliced pineapples & bananas (maraschino cherry ok) Deviled eggs,   mac and cheese   olives,   pickles,   s (MORE)

What were the Nicknames for the 1920s?

Republican Era The Jazz Age The Lost Generation Boom to Bust The Roaring '20's Decade of Normalcy Prosperity Decade Prohibition Era
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If you were a French voter in 1803 how would you have voted on the plebiscite to make Napoleon Emperor?

If I was A French soldier in 1803 I would have voted no to make Napoleon emperor. I would have voted no because, although some of Napoleons laws or rights were good, at differ (MORE)

Who was the president in 1920?

This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. US: Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States from 1913 March 4 to 1921 Mar (MORE)

Canada in the 1920s?

starting in the 1920`s there was an economy boom. all the new technology and resources created new opportunities for the average citizen. people started to invest in the stock (MORE)

What was KDKA in 1920?

The KDKA was the first commercial radio station, causing more radio stations like it, giving the people of the United States access things such as music, news, weather, speech (MORE)