What is uneven development


Answer 1
Answer: Hello There. unequal distribution of people, resources, and wealth that is a fundamental characteristic of human geography. Uneven development is evident at the global, regional, national, and urban scales. so bascaly it just with in the people of right because it is just common since if everone isnt treated right or getting respect of the same order wouldnt it be un even or even odd like in math
Answer 2
Answer: Uneven and combined development is the specific form that accumulation takes in the capitalist economy. That is to say, the capitalist economy in the course of its expansion integrates or combines different spheres of economic life into one, global, and interdependent system. Hopefully this helps :)

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PLEASE HELP!!!! Which of the following statements best describes the significance of television in the visual culture of the post–1950s era?

A.) Television was the only medium with the power to simultaneously present the same visual experience to millions of people.
B.) Television was the only medium through which the audience could see people, places, and events far away.
C.)The birth of television allowed video arts to grow at a tremendous rate, shaping the visual culture of the post–1950s era.


A.) Television was the only medium with the power to simultaneously present the same visual experience to millions of people.
The answer is A!!! lol

When was the last time the united states fought an all-out conventional war that required a military draft and the full mobilization of the country's industrial capacity?


The Second World Was was the latest all-out conventional war the the United States fought that required a military draft and the full mobilization of the country's industrial capacity. The country has made contingency plans, produced weapons and drafted military and peace strategies.

What cultural trait links North Africa and south west Asia?


In much earlier times, these territories were all ruled by both the Roman Empire and then the Persian Empire, uniting many of the nations of today culturally because they were all ruled under one empire.

How were the French and American Revolutions similar and different?


The French and American Revolutions were similar in that they bought sought to free a general populous from what was determined to be a corrupt and tyrannical monarchical government, however they were different in that after the American Revolution, things were relatively peaceful, whereas after the French Revolution there was a "reign of terror" that was extraordinarily violent. 

When movies and television shows depict scenes of soldiers on the frontier, should they include African American actors? A. Yes. One-fifth of the soldiers on the frontier were African American.

B.Yes. African Americans made up 50 percent of new towns on the frontier.

C. No. Blacks were prohibited from migrating West to find work or new homes.

D. No. Only a few blacks worked on the frontier, as cooks for the US army.


Yes. African Americans made up one-fifth of the soldiers on the border. As a result, choice (A) is the proper response.

What do you know about African-Americans?

African Americans are a distinct ethnic category that includes all Americans of sub-Saharan African descent. The phrase "African American" typically refers to people who were born in the United States but are descended from slaves from Africa. Most first-generation immigrants do not identify as African-American; instead, they choose to identify with their country of origin, however, some Black immigrants or their children may do so.

In the United States, African Americans are the second-largest racial group after White Americans and the third-largest ethnic group after Hispanic and Latino Americans. In the present-day United States, the majority of African Americans are descended from slaves.

Hence, option (A) is the accurate answer.

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Yes. One-fifth of the soldiers on the frontier were African American. THE CORRECT ANSWER


Why do loyalist want to reamain part of grate britian?


Loyalists wanted to remain under control of Great Britain because they believed that the colonies could not survive without their mother country, Great Britain. They believed this because the British Empire delivered a large amount of supplies to the colonies. Loyalists also wanted to remain under the British Empire's power because they believed that a small, powerless nation of people could not defeat what was the most powerful empire at the time. Loyalists were not particularly "loyal" to the British Empire. Loyalists just believed that the chances of defeating the British Empire were extremely slim to nothing. They also feared lack of important supplies that were needed to sustain the colonies if Great Britain was defeated by the colonies

What are the advantages and disadvantages of representative democracy?


The advantages are that it avoids impulsive and foolish mass decisions that are often made in direct democracies. There are very few disadvantages. One might be that if it is abused, too much power could be taken away from the people.

Both Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson claimed to represent the interests of the “common man” and laid claim to the adjective “democratic,” especially in contrast to their political opponents. Which one had the better claim to these titles? Why?


This is of course a somewhat subjective question, but most would agree that it was Jackson who had the better claim to these titles, since Jackson actually needed the support of the common man to win elections, whereas Jefferson did not.

Why would President Ford get rid Executive Order 9066 in 1976? a. Because it was a piece of legislation that was unjust and he felt he needed to make it right.
b. Because it was a hated piece of legislation by everyone in the United States.
c. Because it was unconstitutional according to the 14th Amendment.
d. Because it was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

There is only one answer. :)


Answer:  c. Because it was unconstitutional according to the 14th Amendment.


It's also true that President Ford felt Executive Order 9066 had been unjust, but it was not "a piece of legislation."  It was an executive order issued in 1942 by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, which denied equal rights to American citizens of Japanese ancestry.  Section 1 of the 14th Amendment reads as follows:

  • All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Here (from the Gerald R. Ford  Presidential Library & Museum) is the full text of what Pres. Ford said in rescinding Executive Order 9066:

  • In this Bicentennial Year, we are commemorating the anniversary dates of many great events in American history. An honest reckoning, however, must include a recognition of our national mistakes as well as our national achievements. Learning from our mistakes is not pleasant, but as a great philosopher once admonished, we must do so if we want to avoid repeating them.
  • February 19th is the anniversary of a sad day in American history. It was on that date in 1942, in the midst of the response to the hostilities that began on December 7, 1941, that Executive Order 9066 was issued, subsequently enforced by the criminal penalties of a statute enacted March 21, 1942, resulting in the uprooting of loyal Americans. Over one hundred thousand persons of Japanese ancestry were removed from their homes, detained in special camps, and eventually relocated.
  • The tremendous effort by the War Relocation Authority and concerned Americans for the welfare of these Japanese-Americans may add perspective to that story, but it does not erase the setback to fundamental American principles. Fortunately, the Japanese-American community in Hawaii was spared the indignities suffered by those on our mainland.
  • We now know what we should have known then--not only was that evacuation wrong, but Japanese-Americans were and are loyal Americans. On the battlefield and at home, Japanese-Americans -- names like Hamada, Mitsumori, Marimoto, Noguchi, Yamasaki, Kido, Munemori and Miyamura -- have been and continue to be written in our history for the sacrifices and the contributions they have made to the well-being and security of this, our common Nation.
  • The Executive order that was issued on February 19, 1942, was for the sole purpose of prosecuting the war with the Axis Powers, and ceased to be effective with the end of those hostilities. Because there was no formal statement of its termination, however, there is concern among many Japanese-Americans that there may yet be some life in that obsolete document. I think it appropriate, in this our Bicentennial Year, to remove all doubts on that matter, and to make clear our commitment in the future.
  • NOW, THEREFORE, I, GERALD R. FORD, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim that all authority conferred by Executive Order 9066 terminated upon the issuance of Proclamation 2714, which formally proclaimed the cessation of hostilities of World War II on December 31, 1946.
  • I call upon the American people to affirm with me this American Promise -- that we have learned from the tragedy of that long-ago experience forever to treasure liberty and justice for each individual American, and resolve that this kind of action shall never again be repeated.

the answer is c that's what i got on my test

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