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Which of the following provides the best illustration of the effect the author's grandparents' attitudes toward their common Indian heritage had on him? A. He adopted a Christian saint's name for his own. B. He investigated his ancestry to determine for himself how he felt about it. C. He became combative with his schoolmates. D. He continued to live in the house his grandfather built even after his death.

Which of the following provides the best illustration of the effect the author’s grandparents’ attitudes toward their common Indian heritage had on him? A. He adopted a Christian saint’s name for his own. B. He investigated his ancestry to determine for himself how he felt about it. C. He became …

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Read this paragraph from The Dark Game. It may seem surprising that no Confederate sympathizers took action against Van Lew, given her strong and public views on secession and slavery. Surely there were suspicions, especially among her upper-crust neighbors, but the matter never went beyond those suspicions. Historians have suggested that the secessionists were victims of their own cultural bias, believing that no aristocratic person, and certainly not a lady, would ever consider taking part in anything as impolite as spying. A true lady managed her servants, prepared parties and gatherings, and blindly supported her husband. Such attitudes worked in Van Lew’s favor, diverting suspicion from her. What central idea is implied in this paragraph? A-Elizabeth Van Lew did not follow the rules society set forth for ladies of her time and social class. B-Elizabeth Van Lew was a successful spy because society did not expect a lady to serve in that role. C-Elizabeth Van Lew was able to disguise her spying activities because she kept her views about the war to herself. D-Elizabeth Van Lew created for herself an untrue but believable cover story: she was a wealthy lady living in a fancy neighborhood.

Hey there! Correct answer is D. Comma or Period Inside Rule A. Question mark or exclamation point inside: those are not really necessary. B. Colon or semicolon: not, a semicolon would divide the whole sentence and it would be shorten; a colon would work but after requested, when there is …

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Developing appropriate attitudes depends on recognizing that attitudes are______.

According to Jean Piaget, around age 11, the fourth stage of cognitive development, the formal-operational stage begins.This is the stage that starts at around 11, and lasts into the adulthood and the rest of a human’s life. During this period, people start understanding abstract concepts, develop logical thought, as well as deductive …

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Cynthia wants to become a police officer. applicants for the police academy must take a battery of tests before admission. cynthia took a test that had sentences describing moral and social attitudes, behaviors, psychological states, and physical conditions. she was also instructed to respond to each sentence with either “true,” “false,” or “can’t say.” cynthia most likely took the _____.

The term that would best describe the difference in skin colors, eye colors, hair colors, as well as older people and younger people would be surface-level diversity. These are differences that are easy to be notices like the age, race, culture, gender, language, ethnicity, disability, hair color, educational attainment and many …

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Compare and contrast the northern and southern United States between 1800 and 1850 Please include the economy, social structure, daily life, and social attitudes. I need some ideas, enough to make 3 paragraphs would any of you mind helping me for 25 points?

Answer: The best answers to your matching question, would be: 1. An economic system where the factors of production are privately owned: Capitalism. This is because capitalism is defined precisely as an economic system in which the means of production, and how things are operated, are privately owned and the …

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Which statement best describes American political attitudes toward France during the 1790s? A. Americans in both political parties supported France’s revolution and war with Britain. B. Americans in both political parties feared the chaos of the French Revolution. C. Democratic-Republicans supported France, while Federalists feared events in France. D. Federalists supported France, while Democratic-Republicans feared events in France.

1. The world was scared about communism in the years after World War II because there was not clear superpower in the world. Both the United States and the Soviet Union were very powerful, but they had opposite ideologies, which could lead to trouble. Moreover, people were scared that the …

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