the answer it c increase immigration. just took the test
What do we call the colonist who wanted to fight for independence
(also known as Revolutionaries, Continentals, Rebels, or American Whigs)
Which of the following is part of communism but not socialism? A. central planning
B. government controlled services
C. authoritarian government
D. government controlled resources
the road you're traveling the pavement markings change from broken white lines to solid white lines between the lines of traffic. What does the line change mean?
Before the slave trade, what was African culture like? A. Agricultural and advanced
B. Hunters and gatherers and primitive
C. Hunters and gatherers and advanced
D. Agricultural and primitive
What was the economic climate of the nation at the time the american recovery and reinvestment act was proposed?
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was approved by President Barack Obama in 2009, and consisted on a stimulus package released with the aim of preventing the destruction of jobs, fostering the creation of new ones, and boosting the aggregate demand as a mechanism for economic recovery. Therefore, recovery was sought through the Keynesian way.
The economic downturn had begun in 2007 and led to the Great Recession due to the financial crisis and the subprime mortgage payment failures. The financial crisis ended up affecting the real economy and starting the worst recession since 1929, which was spread all over the world, specially affecting other developed countries such as many European states.
When julie's boyfriend bought her a nice present, she thought, "he buys me presents because hes such a nice person. this kind of explanation is referred to as?
The histories of Kush and Egypt are intertwined with each other because they were reliant on each other how did their independence work, and why did each take control of their own in turn
Neoconservativism is an isolationist foreign policy approach of a nation keeping to itself and engaging less internationally. true
Emerged during the 1960's in the United States, the Neoconservatism is a political movement. This movement grows among the liberal conservatives who grew dis-enthralled with the growing radical foreign strategy of the Democratic Party, and the increasing New Left and counterculture, particularly, the Vietnam demonstrations. Many also started to challenge their progressive beliefs about domestic organisations, for instance, the Great Society.
The appointive power of the presiding officers means that a. the action of a committee on specific legislation is usually predictable.
b. the presiding officers can use their power of appointment to reward friends and supporters.
c. opponents of the presiding officers can be punished.
d. All of the above are true.
All of the above given statements are true.
Answer: Option D
A presiding officer has appointive powers that can be exercised during the period that he holds the office. The presiding officers can use their powers to reward friends and supporters and even select them to the committee.
The officers can however rule as per the specific legislation and rules that are specified. The presiding officer can also get the opponents punished because of the appointive power. This means that the presiding officer can rule over and argue over the points made by the opposition.