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During Ronald Reagan's presidency, were younger women generally more critical of him than older women were?

Yes, polls from the time indicated a general age-divide in US society. Older voters (both men and women). And it is the expected one, older voters tend to favour conservative parties and candidates. ...
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During Ronald Reagan's presidency, which industry sectors' workers tended to approve of him the most? And which ones disliked him the most?

The answer to "disliked him the most" is easy: it was the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization that Reagan managed to disband in 1981 due to their extremely unreasonable demands ...
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During Ronald Reagan's presidency, which industry sectors' workers tended to approve of him the most? And which ones disliked him the most?

I'll state that the wording of your question should be improved. "Industry sectors" are not sentient beings and do not take action as an entity; but since government publications and op-eds ...
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Have there ever been any programs or other efforts from Israel just to grant a citizenship for "safe" Gazans?

There is a process for permanent residents of Israel to become citizens. It is a long and drawn-out process, potentially taking years, much longer than the process of citizenship by immigration for ...
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Have there ever been any programs or other efforts from Israel just to grant a citizenship for "safe" Gazans?

In early 2023 Israel passed a law to revoke citizenship of Arabs involved in attacks. Israel has passed a law to revoke the citizenship of Israeli Arabs convicted of terrorism and who get financial ...
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Have there ever been any programs or other efforts from Israel just to grant a citizenship for "safe" Gazans?

The problem with this idea is Israel's Zionist tenets. If they admit large numbers of Palestinians, the Israeli state will cease to be controlled and dominated by a majority who are so-called Jewish ...
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Have there ever been any programs or other efforts from Israel just to grant a citizenship for "safe" Gazans?

About 20% of Israeli population are already Palestinians. Some Palestinians get Israeli citizenship via marriage (e.g., this recent article mentions a relative of a high Hamas official married to an ...
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How do today's Germans perceive the Nazis

Disclaimer: Not really sure an individual German person can answer that, as their answer is inevitably only reflective of their own cultural bubble which, in a country of 80+ million people, is not ...
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Does the Far East has records of majoritarianism in its early history?

Apparently, at least some Buddhist communities in Medieval Japan were run (at least in so far as relates to non-spiritual matters) by the will of the majority: As for the rule, that when decisions ...
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Why does the Islamic Republic of Iran view the US as its principal geopolitical adversary in the world?

Because they see the US as evil. In addition to all the political stuff like sanctions, military actions, and spy shenanigans that hurt the Iranian people which the US has endorsed that other answers ...
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