HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

How did john marshall's supreme court promote the spirit of nationalism and counter growing sectionalism through its rulings in favor of federal power?

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Answer 1
Answer: McCulloch v Maryland set up federal supremacy by stopping a state bank from taxing the federal bank. It solidified the power of the central government over the state government. Dartmouth v Woodward said that the states couldn't invalidate individual contracts, it decreased the states' power. Gibbons v Ogden clarified the "commerce clause" in the Constitution by giving the federal government the power to regulate interstate navigation. All the decisions emphasized the power of the federal government and the decline of some states' rights. They helped consolidate and change the nation from a union of states to a single nation.

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The states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin were formed in the Northwest Territory. true false

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Answer:

It is true.

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What are powers called that the framers of the Constitution felt existed and were expected to be held by the National government due to historical precedence and common practice?

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The correct answer is D) inherent.

The powers that the framers of the Constitution felt existed and were expected to be held by the National government due to historical precedence and common practice were called inherent.

The inherent powers are the ones that the President of the United States need to correctly perform their duties. He cannot be expected to act swiftly in every time he needs to receive authorization from Congress. So although not mentioned in the Constitution, the President can make decisions on his own. An example of inherent powers is the faculty that the President has to sign Executive Orders to manage the operations of the executive office and the federal government. These executive orders have the force of law.

The other options of the question were a) expressed, b) implied, and c) intended.

The powers that the framers of the Constitution felt existed and were expected to be held by the national government due to historical precedence and common practice were called inherent. 
COLLEGE

How did cardinal bellarmine respond to the following arguments from galileo ? a. the bible passages about the sun still should not have been interpreted literally. b. the model of the universe ( heliocentric or geocentric ) is not matter of salvation.

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St. Bellarmine responded to "a" by indicating that Galileo has no authority to determine which passages should be taken literally and which should be taken non-literally. Science can make no pronouncements, only the magisterial authority of the Church. Last, he responded to "b" in a similar manner- it is not for science to determine what is a matter of salvation; the issue has less to do with his convictions then the authority to determine what is necessary for salvation.

Cardinal Bellarmine responded to the arguments from galileo by indicating that Galileo has no authority to determine which passages should be taken literally and which should be taken non-literally.

Generally, science can make no pronouncements, only the magisterial authority of the Church.

Hence, Cardinal Bellarmine responded to galileo in a similar manner because it is not for science to determine what is a matter of salvation.

Hence. Cardinal Bellarmine responded to the arguments from galileo by indicating that Galileo has no authority to determine which passages should be taken literally and which should be taken non-literally.

Therefore, the Option B is correct.

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Which military campaign was sparked by pope urban II's call to reclaim the holy land from muslims A.the Hundred Years' War B. The crusades C.battle of tours D.black death

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The correct answer is The crusades. Urban II's call to holy war was the reason why many successive generations from Europe streamed down to the Holy Lands with one goal - to conquer Jerusalem and retake the Holy lands from the muslims.

Pope Urban the II wanted to get back the Holy Land in which had been over taken by the Muslims at the time. Calling the Crusades Pope Urban Ii told people they would gain salvation in order to get enough people to fight the Muslims. Having the Holy Land was some what of a pride thing since Islams, Muslims, and Christians all use it for their Holy Land.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following New England colonies was the least successful as a trade center?

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Assuming that this is referring to the same list of options that was posted before with this question, the correct response would be "Rhode Island", since both its size was relatively small and it was mostly a "domestic" trade area. 
MIDDLE SCHOOL

→ What were the reasons for Colonization?

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Answer:

The reasons for African colonization were mainly economic, political and religious. During this time of colonization, an economic depression was occurring in Europe, and powerful countries such as Germany, France, and Great Britain, were losing money.

COLLEGE

Two of the guiding principles of the revolutions of the late 18th century were liberty and equality. to people in the 1700s, liberty referred to

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If I am not wrong, I would most definitely say, the right to own guns and basically rule over the African Americans, well that last one depends on how far you go back of course.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which process aids (helps) an archaeologist in the study of artifacts. A. Scientific Evaluation
B. Written Records
C. Hypothetical Theories

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The answer should be B

I think your answer would be C.

HIGH SCHOOL

What kinds of rights were promised in the first eight amendments to the constitution?

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The first eight amendments to the constitution fall within the Bill of Rights. They cover the rights of the citizens of US, including their right to freedom of religion, bear arms, rights in law and court, etc. The correct answer is individual civil liberties.
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