What was one short-term effect of the Emergency Banking Act? a. Roosevelt declared a bank holiday.
b. Commercial and investment banking were split.
c. Banks began to fail because of ongoing bank runs.
d. People stopped rushing to banks to withdraw all their savings.


Answer 1
Answer: One short term effect of the Emergency Banking Act was President Roosevelt declared a bank holiday. The correct answer is A. 
Answer 2
Answer: The correct answer is D hoep this helped

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The junto also known as the leather apron Club, was a club for Mutual Improvement established in 1727 by Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia the leather apron clubs purpose was to debate questions of moral politics and natural philosophy interexchange knowledge of business affairs

Discuss whether new nations depend on strong governments to succeed. Take a position on whether strong governments are necessary to ensure stability and prosperity in new governments. Be sure to define what makes a government strong, and cite 2–3 examples from the lesson to defend your position.


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New nations are dependent on strong governments because this stops power from being spread to other branches. In a still developing nation, there are no set boundaries or limits, which means that anyone in power could be corrupt. This stresses the fact that a new nation needs control. A strong central government could help prevent this; the regulations issued would be much more effective because of minimal opposition on the outside. As long as a reliable leader(s) is selected, issues such as inflation, lack of resources, overpopulation, and epidemics could all be kept in check. If we look at this historically, there are several examples that can be found. The Articles of Confederation, developed by the Continental Congress in 1777, lacked control. The government was weaker, and could only ask for money and soldiers. A weaker government in a still developing nation would make laws very difficult to enforce. Laws could only be passed with the consent of at least 9 states. The Federalist party, established 1791, helped to organize a system of processing the Constitution. The strong national government dealt with foreign affairs and foreign policies in a more efficient way. This system, though using a lot of authority, was still open to suggestions. In order to succeed, the government needs to have more control for the good of the many.

Developing nations should not have strong governments because you never know the intentions of those in charge. The new and unformed government could have candidates that hold office for more personal reasons instead of thinking of the nation as a whole. They could easily use their authority to take advantage of the governed. It is true that The Articles of Confederation limited the government's power, but this had a reason. The colonists were too wary of there being a strong central power, such as King George III. Another example of this comes from Ferdinand Marcos, the 10th president of the Philippines. When he first achieved presidency, the economy in the Philippines was very unstable because it had emerged from World War II. Marcos' influence from his services during the war helped to boost him in the election. However, he proclaimed himself as dictator in 1972 and assumed control for at least 20 years. The economy lost around 5% of its annual growth each year. In the long run, the authority of the government should be limited to protect the rights of the governed.

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Sigh. It made sure that no branch of government ever got much power and made sure to properly balance the power and allow each branch to counter the other.
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Hello, the answers you are looking for are of the following,

Peasants bound to the land are know as Serfs.

Everyday language of ordinary people are know as Vernacular.

Payment of conquered peoples are know as Tribute.

I just took the test and got all of these CORRECT. I hope you have a blessed day.

Peasants bound to the land is serfs

everyday language of ordinary people is vernacular

payment of conquered people is tribute

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Paragraph 1: Why were you persecuted?
Paragraph 2: Where did you go? Describe your experience at the camp. What happened to your family? How did the United States respond to your experience?
Paragraph 3: What will your future bring? Predict what you think will happen to you now that you have been liberated. How has the world changed since your imprisonment? How have you changed?


I was just seven years old when the Germans invaded my home town.my father owned a jewelry store Jews were not allowed to have jewels the Nazis held my family at gun point while taking all of my fathers merchandise.my younger brother screamed in terror of the men with guns. but he could not help it he was but only four years of age still a baby. my mother and father gathered the jewels as quickly as possible. but before my mother could hand them over and rush to quite my baby brother. he shot him right square between the eyes. my father bolted towards. the man and began to pummel him before he to was shot. the other men took me and my mother in shackles for the hennas crime my father and brother had committed.  ...... hope this helps for the first half


Match the individuals to their cultural contributions after ww1


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