HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

ordered a blockade to prevent trade and communication between Great Britain and other European nations

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Answer 1
Answer:

Napoleon Bonaparte was a general who ordered a commercial embargo prohibiting the trade of British products in the European continent in 1806, this he did instead of a military strategy, preferring economic warfare since the British fortress was based on international trade.


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HIGH SCHOOL

In response to the demand for internal improvements, president james madison: a. spoke out vigorously against what henry clay called the "american system."
b. approved a law that created the interstate highway system that we have today.
c. called for a constitutional amendment to empower the federal government to build roads and canals.
d. signed into law john calhoun's bill for federally financed internal improvements.
e. created a government- funded steamboat company that revolutionized river transportation.

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The answer in this question is C. called for a constitutional amendment to empower the federal government to build roads and canals. President James Madison, In response to the demand for internal improvements called for a constitutional amendment to empower the federal government to build canals and roads.
COLLEGE

hich battle during the American Revolution boosted colonial morale, even though the victory was reversed a week later? the Battle of Saratoga the Battle of Princeton the Battle of Long Island the Battle of Trenton

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The Battle of Trenton:)

Battle Long Island the of Trenton for the victory after years later
MIDDLE SCHOOL

PLEASE HELP ME!!?? 15 Points And I will mark you Brainiest
Compose a three-paragraph judicial opinion based on one of the United States Supreme Court cases listed below. Cut and paste the following link into your web browser to access the resources to help you write this response: https://goo.gl/uLSSPE

Supreme Court Decisions (Select One):
Brown v. Board of Education (1954)
Mapp v. Ohio (1961)
Gideon v. Wainwright (1963)
Miranda v. Arizona (1966)
Roe v. Wade (1973)
Obergefell v. Hodges (2015)
Korematsu v. The United States (1944)
Schenck v. The United States (1919)
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
Marbury v. Madison (1803)

The paragraphs should be outlined as follows:
Paragraph 1 – Give the historical background of the case, making sure the information is summarized in your own words.
Paragraph 2 – What amendments of the United States Constitution did this case call into question and why?
Paragraph 3 – Explain how this ruling impacted the nation.

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Gideon V. Wainwright ( 1963)

Clarance Earl Gideon was accused of entering a bar and stealing money in Panama, Florida, so the police arrested him and put him in jail. At his trial, Gideon could not afford a lawyer and asked the judge to assign one. The judge resufed, and had to represent himself in court. Gideon was convicted and sentenced to five years in prision. During his sentence, he studied laws and sent a petition to the supreme court alleging that he had not been assigned a lawyer. In 1963, the supreme court ruled unanimously in favor of gideon.

The amendment to the constitution challenged in this case is the proportion of defense lawyers when the defendant does not have enough money to pay for it. In Gideon case the judge told him that Florida only provided attorneys to indigent defendants charged with crimes that might result in the death penalty if they were found guilty.

The impact that it generated is that the Constitution requieres states to provide defense lawyers for those accused of criminal offenses who commit serious crimes and who can not afford the lawyers themselves.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

After the Great Leap Forward, China introduced a new reform that established a minimum wage.
created agricultural communes.
destroyed excess agricultural crops.
allowed wage competition for laborers.

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The correct answer is allowed wage competition for laborers.

After conquering power in 1949, participating in the Korean War and the success of the 1st Five-Year Plan (1953-1957), Chinese leader Mao Zedong launched the Great Leap Forward (1958-1962), a program of deep reforms whose aim was to accelerate the march towards communism.

One of the creations of the Great Leap was the Popular Communes. They would replace the old agricultural production cooperatives, seeking to remove the last remnants of private property. The Communes brought together about 20,000 to 30,000 people, creating a social, agricultural, industrial, administrative, cultural, medical and military unit. They were administered by a Central Committee that controlled production and organized the Work Brigades.

This change in the direction of the paths of the revolution shifted the center of investment from the State to the countryside and no longer to the basic industries located in the cities. One of the objectives was to unite agricultural and industrial production, by installing industrial equipment in rural areas. In this way, the Great Leap intended to overcome the division between countryside and city, instituted by capitalism since its genesis.

Answer: allowed wage competition for laborers.

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What serious problems did jimmy carter face during his term in office

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Answer:

Watergate scandal,  the hostage crisis, an energy crisis and high inflation.

HIGH SCHOOL

How did the idea of Memorial Day get started ?

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The idea of Memorial Day originated in the years following the Civil War and was referred to as Decoration Day. It became an official federal holiday in 1971. It is observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. 
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Who was not a leader and advocate for the civil rights movement? James Meredith

Medgar Evers

Lester Maddox

Thurgood Marshall

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Answer:

Lester Maddox

Explanation:

Lester Garfield Maddox Sr. (September 30, 1915 – June 25, 2003) was an American politician who served as the 75th Governor of the U.S. state of Georgia from 1967 to 1971. Being a populist Democrat, he gained the ‘fame’ a staunch segregationist when he refused to serve black customers in his restaurant in Atlanta, in violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Later, he served as Lieutenant Governor during the period when Jimmy Carter was Governor. Upon the death of Martin Luther King, Jr., he denied the murdered civil rights leader in the honor of the farewell ceremony at the Georgia Capitol.

Answer:

Lester Maddox

Explanation:

He was an American politician and a segregationist.

HIGH SCHOOL

Mark if an event led to the decline of the Inca Empire. a. Pizarro sailed down the west coast of South America to Peru.
b. Disease and civil war ravaged the Inca Empire.
c. The Spanish sent messages of peace and friendship to the Inca.
d. The Inca learned from the Aztecs’ mistakes and killed every Spaniard they encountered.
e. Pizarro took Atahualpa hostage and then had him executed.

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"a. Pizarro sailed down the west coast of South America to Peru" would be the best option from the list in terms of what led to the decline of the Inca Empire, since he ravaged the Incas both with weapons and germs. 

Your answers are:

A. Pizarro sailed down the the west coast of South America to Peru.

B. Disease and civil war ravaged the Inca Empire.

C. The Spanish sent messages of peace and friendship to the Inca.

E. Pizarro took Atahualpa hostage and then had him executed.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Shang Dynasty craftsmen were known for their _____. bronze works
silk
jade and stone works
all of the above

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I just learned about this I have notes for it and it is either jade and stone works, or all of the above I am fairly certain it's all of the above.

it's all of the above.

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