HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

James Dean, Elvis Presley, and Allen Ginsberg were all popular with youth in the 1950s. What did they represent?

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Answer 1
Answer: The changing culture of the American Youth.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Which element has two valence electrons? lithium (Li) argon (Ar) calcium (Ca) fluorine (F)

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Calcium has 2 valence electron.
Lithium has 1 valence electron.
Argon has 8 valence electron.
Fluorine has 7 valence electron.

Answer:

Calcium

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

What was one of the main messages of the Second Great Awakening? a)People should help patients with mental illnesses.
b)People should form labor unions.
c)People should convert to Catholicism.
d)People should resist sinful behavior.

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Answer:

d) People should resist sinful behavior.

Explanation:

The Second Great Awakening was a moment in American history when the religious fervor increased considerably. At this time, between 1790 and 1840, America began its process of industrialization and territorial expansion. This quick development and ideas such as wealthy and political development began to be common. Religious ideas were even less credited, which promoted this Second Great Awakening that advocates a righteous behavior, avoiding sin. However, most important than this, it was the idea of free will that, according to them, would overthrow the predestination conception.

The answer is D...........................

MIDDLE SCHOOL

A territory is.....
(A) land controlled by government.
(B) land controlled by single person​

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(A) land controlled by government

Answer:

A

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

Factories in ______ manufacture airplanes. Idaho Oregon Washington Arizona

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I would say Idaho but I'm pretty sure its Washington. Hope you get your answer right knowing that you will.

Answer: Washington

Explanation: It's true ok?!

HIGH SCHOOL

Describe three similarities between Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher

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They were both strong, iconic females that made history.
They both ruled parts of Europe. (England)
 They were both British Woman.
They were both strong, iconic females that made history.
They both ruled parts of Europe. (England)
 They were both British Woman.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the Senate’s only defense to a filibuster?

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Invoking cloture (ending a debate)
HIGH SCHOOL

Select the Democratic Presidents. Select all that apply. Kennedy
Nixon
Lincoln
Johnson
F.D. Roosevelt
T. Roosevelt
Truman
Buchanan

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The correct options are:

  • James Buchanan.

James Buchanan was the 15th President of the United States from 1857 to 1861. He stated that the Congress shouldn't determine the status of slavery in states since states were sovereign.

  • Andrew Johnson.

Andrew Johnson was the 17th President of the United States after President Lincoln's assassination from 1865 to 1869. Johnson favored restoration from the states who had seceded to the Union.

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States, from 1933 until his death (1945). He ended the Great Depression with his "New Deal" reform which constituted a series of public programs, economic reforms and financial regulations.

  • Harry S. Truman

Harry S. Truman became the 33rd President of the United States from 1945 to 1953 after Franklin D. Roosvelt's death. His term is best known for dropping the atomic bombs on Japan, and ending the World War II.

  • John F. Kennedy

John F. Kennedy  was the 35th president of the United States from 1961 until his assassination in 1963. Kennedy served during the Cold War, and dealt with the Soviet Union.

  • Lyndon B. Johnson

Lyndon B. Johnson assumed office after President Kennedy's assassination, from 1963 to 1969; he was the 36th President of the United States. He was involved in the Vietnam War, and developed the Great Society program which consisted of a social reform that protected civil rights and prohibited racial discrimination.


The answer is

Kennedy

Johnson

Roosevelt

Truman

Buchanan

COLLEGE

The Spanish Civil War is also known as because many countries indirectly participated in the war. Countries such as the Soviet Union and Mexico supported the , while countries such as Germany and Italy supported the . NextReset

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Also known as a PROXY WAR

Soviet Union and Mexico supported the REPUBLICANS

Germany and Italy supported the NATIONALISTS

Republicans . Nationnalist
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Was the trail of tears necessary to advance civilization as president Jackson said, or a cruel injustice to the Cherokee? Include in your response: the events (and people involved) that led up to the removal act, what happened on the trail, and where the trail ended (final destination).

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Answer:

The infamous Trail of Tears, is not only regarding the removal of Cherokee Indians from their ancestral lands in Georgia, but also, the removal of all Five Indian Nations, from their ancestral lands in what is today known as the Deep South. Seminoles, from Florida, Cherokees, from Georgia, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Creek, plus all their African American slaves, were forced to move, between the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830, and the gradual removal of each of these Nations, into their assigned place in the then Territory of Oklahoma.

There were many people who played a part in this horrendous and absolutely cruel act. But none is better known for it than President Andrew Jackson, the real brain behind the whole thing. In violation of previous treaties made between the Federal government and the Indian Nations, Jackson finally achieved a decision from Congress that changed everything, especially after the whole debacle with the case in Georgia, which further fueled the desire of white settlers to have the Indians revomed. This case was the discovery of great reserves of gold inside Indian territory, for which, settlers began to invade Indian lands, and the state of Georgia intervened. This was the first of many factors that played a part in having the Five Indian Nations removed.

The cruelest past of the whole deal is that when the United States was formed as a nation, treaties had been struck with these Nations, deals that recognized their independence, and accepted that the U.S federal government would respect the Nations´ ownership over the land and over their people. All these treaties were ignored, and reversed, as soon as the Indian Removal Act was passed and the result was, not just the removal of these people, either by their acceptance of the terms negotiated with Indian leaders by the federal government, or by force, but the death of many Indians along the way as they went towards their new appointed place in Oklahoma.

The Indian Removal Act, which led to the Trail of Tears, would not have been necessary, if white Americans had learned to work in peace with their Native counterparts. What fueled this injustice was greed, and the perception by white settlers that all others who were not Caucasian, especially Africans, and Indians, were beneath them and did not deserve rights.

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