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A spokesperson for the Army scientific division argued that its experiments

Question : A spokesperson for the Army scientific division argued that its experiments : 2139051

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

41) A spokesperson for the Army scientific division argued that its experiments were no more dangerous than an urban bus ride and demonstrated the Army's contempt for humanity.

42) The most sickening medical experiments conducted by the military involved subjects being exposed to torture devices.

43) In 1993, it was disclosed that the government had injected 18 civilians who may or may not have known of the risks with radioactive plutonium.

44) At some prisons, pharmaceutical corporations have competed vigorously to purchase exclusive rights to conduct drug toxicity tests on inmates.

45) Bribery of government officials, helping rebels to overthrow elected officials, and participating in revolution in other countries are outside of United States government control because the activity occurs in a foreign country.

46) In Chile, the CIA and ITT, an American corporation, worked to try and defeat Salvador Allande during the 1970 elections. When Allende was assassinated, his government was replaced by a military junta friendly to American interests.

47) During the 1980s, the United States Congress was willing to authorize funding on behalf of the Contras in Nicaragua.

48) Oliver North was a Marine Major who was responsible for putting together the arms-for-hostages deal with Iran for President Regan.

49) There was only one individual that was sentenced in connection with the Iran-Contra affair.

50) Citizens of Japanese ancestry in Central America and South America countries were rounded up, handed over to American authorities, transported to the United States, and thrown into concentration camps in the early 1940s.

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