HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

What are the four main ideals of a declaration of dependence​

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These ideals were Equality, Consent of the Governed, the unalienable Rights of Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness, and finally, the Right of the People to alter or abolish the Government. All four of these ideals are extremely important to the foundation and survival of our country.


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Which 3 nations participated in the d day operations in Normandy

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The Untied states, Canada, and Great Britain

I think USA Canada and Britain :)

COLLEGE

What important event occurred during the hebrews exodus from egypt?

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The correct answer is God gave the Ten Commandments to Moses.

The important event that occurred during the Hebrews Exodus from Egypt was that God gave the Ten Commandments to Moses.

The Exodus refers to the long walk the Hebrews took from Egypt to the promised land, Israel. It took 40 years for the Hebrews to reach its final destination. During the long walk through the desert, the Hebrews had to cross the Red Sea, and Moses had to lead its people who were getting desperate every day. The Hebrews did not settle in one place. On the contrary, the spend those long years moving from one place to another until they finally reached their final destination: the promised land of Israel. The important event that occurred during the Hebrews Exodus from Egypt was that God gave the Ten Commandments to Moses, that later become a key element in the pages of the Old Testament.

The other options of the question were, a) the Hebrews settled mainly in one place, b) The Temple of Jerusalem was built, and c) the Hebrews were captured by the Egyptian Pharaoh.  

 

God gave the Ten Commandments to Moses.


HIGH SCHOOL

What effect did inexpensive readily available steel have on the railroad industry

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  The relatively cheap steel that was available for usage, influenced the railroad industry very positively. Since the expenses for the basic material used were pretty low, the railroad industry managed to create lots of railroads, both shorter and very long ones, in a relatively short space of time. this brought hem very big profit, but was also very beneficial for the economy as a whole, and for the movement of the people, so it was a win-win situation for everyone.

HIGH SCHOOL

How did presidents davis and lincoln deal with political opposition to the war?

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Both Presidents suspended the right of habeas corpus
COLLEGE

Although born a slave in Kentucky in 1802, this black inventor apprenticed as a cabinet maker, purchased his freedom in 1826, moved to Cincinnati in 1835 and became the leading bed manufacturer who patented the “Boyd Bedstead” and enjoyed a prosperous business career.

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The correct answer is Henry Boyd. 
Henry Boyd was born a slave in Kentucky in 1802. Her apprenticed as a cabinet maker and worked hard to make money to enable him purchase his freedom in 1826. Consequently, he moved to Cincinnati in 1835 and became the leading bed manufacturer who patented the “Boyd Bedstead” .
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Many of the new tax collectors were incompetent; some were actually ___. A. trustworthy B. honest C. dishonest D. hardworking E. kind

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Many of the new tax collectors were actually dishonest. This was a very common practice during Biblical days, and it is obviously still practiced by some in today's environment. The tax collector may be inclined to tax a property below its real value for a bribe form the owner.
HIGH SCHOOL

In what ways did the great Awakening influence culture in the colonies?

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The great awakening changed many people's attitude towards religion and such. The great awakening is known for paving the way for the American revolution. It also had some peoples' beliefs changing and others stayed the same.
HIGH SCHOOL

All of the following are goals of the united nations except?

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All of the following are goals of the United Nations except to prevent communism from spreading.

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The United Nations is an international organization of 193 states. The Charter of the United Nations was adopted on June 26, 1945 by 51 States, replacing the League of Nations. It officially entered into force on October 24, 1945.

The primary objectives of the organization are the maintenance of peace and international security. To achieve these, it promotes the protection of human rights, the provision of humanitarian aid, sustainable development and the guarantee of international law.

The Charter defines six main organs: the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council, the International Court of Justice and the Secretariat.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

What power enables the president to reject a bill passed by the legislature

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The Framers of the Constitution gave the President the power to veto acts of Congress to prevent the legislative branch from becoming too powerful. The veto allows the President to “check” the legislature by reviewing acts passed by Congress and blocking measures he finds unconstitutional, unjust, or unwise. 

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