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What connection can be made between europes treatment of colonial native populations and the character of caliban

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What connection can be made between europes treatment of colonial native populations and the character of caliban

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what did the native Americans in runaway slaves have in common

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what did the native Americans in runaway slaves have in common

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Which of the following statements is true about immigrants in the United States? A) The majority of immigrants to the United States have come from Africa. B) All immigrants to the United States have come from Europe. C) Everyone in the United States, with the exception of Native Americans, is an immigrant or a descendent of an immigrant. D) Few people in the United States today are descendents of immigrants.

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Which of the following statements is true about immigrants in the United States? A) The majority of immigrants to the United States have come from Africa. B) All immigrants to the United States have come from Europe. C) Everyone in the United States, with the exception of Native Americans, is an immigrant or a descendent of an immigrant. D) Few people in the United States today are descendents of immigrants.

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Which answer best summarizes the results of the 1763 Treaty of Paris? The Treaty of Paris ended Britain's power in North America. The Treaty of Paris transferred land from Britain and America to France. The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to Britain. The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to the Native Americans.

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Which answer best summarizes the results of the 1763 Treaty of Paris? The Treaty of Paris ended Britain’s power in North America. The Treaty of Paris transferred land from Britain and America to France. The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to Britain. The Treaty of Paris transferred land from France and Spain to the Native Americans.

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Which of the following is not true about the distribution of species? a. A species’ native range does not include areas where it was introduced by humans. b. Some species have a range they inhabit only for breeding. c. Seasonal ranges include areas where species are found for part of the year. d. All the organisms in an ecosystem share distribution patterns.

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d. All the organisms in an ecosystem share distribution patterns.

Explanation:

Native range is what is known in biology as the areas where a species is naturally found, not places were humans introduced them, species have some range only for breeding, for example some frogs only go into the rapids for breeding, and not for living or hunting, and seasonal ranges are areas where the species are found for a part of the year, for example the butterflies that migrate south to Mexico on the coldest months of the year and then come back to the United States for the warm summer, the only one that is not true is that all the organisms in an ecosystem share distribution patterns.

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The Trail of Tears (1838 – 1839) remains one of the most infamous acts perpetrated against Native Americans by the US federal government. What is the Trail of Tears? A. the forced removal of thousands of Native Americans into Oklahoma B. the execution of thousands of Native Americans falsely accused of crimes C. a death march of 10,000 Native American soldiers during the French and Indian War D. the removal of Native American children from public schools and into underfunded, unsanitary schools

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The Trail of Tears (1838 – 1839) remains one of the most infamous acts perpetrated against Native Americans by the US federal government. What is the Trail of Tears? A. the forced removal of thousands of Native Americans into Oklahoma B. the execution of thousands of Native Americans falsely accused of crimes C. a death march of 10,000 Native American soldiers during the French and Indian War D. the removal of Native American children from public schools and into underfunded, unsanitary schools

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Read this excerpt from “Gravity” by Judith Ortiz Cofer:It was my clothes that visibly upset him. He could not keep himself from staring at my waist-long hair worn loose and wild but encircled, for decoration, by a headband embroidered in Navajo designs. I also wore bell-bottom blue jeans torn and faded just right, and the orange sunburst tie-dye t-shirts, once his undershirts, in fact, which I had borrowed from the clothesline to experiment with.Which of the narrator’s main character traits does the passage most clearly develop?A.Her desire to embrace her Native American rootsB.Her desire to become a fashion modelC.Her total abandonment of her religious faithD.Her need to exercise her self-expression

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Since a tiny tender child of four,
There’s nothing that I dreamt of more,
Than to jump aboard a great big ship,
A telescope, a map, a sword, by my hip,
To feel the sea breeze in my hair,
To stroke my parrot on the wood chair,
To be bold and brave and happy as can be,
To trek and travel and sail the seven seas.

8 lines. Rhyme scheme aabbccdd. If I managed to write that in about 4 minutes, you could write something much better and longer in like 30 minutes. You can use my rubbish poem as inspiration lol. Good luck X

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Key to the Spanish conquest of Mexico in the 1500s was that the Spanish a. formed alliances with the enemies of the Aztecs. b. shared a common religion with the majority of the native population. c. began by cultivating the trust of the Aztecs and then destroyed their empire. d. understood the importance of forming economic ties with the Aztecs.

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The correct answer is – Andes Mountains.

The Andes Mountain Range is a result of a oceanic-continental convergence. This mountain range stretches alongside the western coast of the South American continent, in close proximity of the convergent boundary between the South American tectonic plate, which is continental one, and the Nazca tectonic plate, which is oceanic one.

The Nazca plate is subducting beneath the South American plate, and it managed to lift up the land in close proximity to the boundary. As the land was lifting up more and more, over time a mountain range was formed, the biggest and dominant one in South America, the Andean Mountain Range.

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What role did native americans play in slave escapes?

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What role did native americans play in slave escapes?

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Which statement best explains why in the early days of colonization, Native American tribes did not band together to fight European conquerors and settlers?

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Americans will pay more for goods produced in Mexico in 2011.

Explanation:

This is a situation of devaluation of the dollar in relation to the Mexican peso. If in 2009 the dollar was worth 16 pesos, but in 2011 it is 14, it means that the purchasing power of the dollar in relation to the Mexican peso has decreased, although it is still high.

In that case, for an American to buy products produced in Mexico in 2011, he or she will spend a little more dollars than he or she would spend in 2009. This is common, since the currencies fluctuate according to the financial market . Thus, the dollar can be valued or devalued, as happened in this example.

If, for example, in 2015 the dollar will buy 20 pesos, it will mean that the dollar appreciated in relation to the peso, increasing the purchasing power of Americans for Mexican products.

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The government established a commission that told Native Americans to live like white settlers by a. farming and attending schools c. farming and traveling abroad b. farming and raising cattle d. all of the above

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The government established a commission that told Native Americans to live like white settlers by a. farming and attending schools c. farming and traveling abroad b. farming and raising cattle d. all of the above

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How did Tecumseh promote cooperation among Native Americans? A) He was elected to Congress in 1812, where he helped negotiate a peace settlement. B) He negotiated the terms delineated in the Treaty of Greenville. C) He traveled throughout native villages seeking support. D) He gathered local tribes to fight at the Battle of Tippecanoe.

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How did Tecumseh promote cooperation among Native Americans? A) He was elected to Congress in 1812, where he helped negotiate a peace settlement. B) He negotiated the terms delineated in the Treaty of Greenville. C) He traveled throughout native villages seeking support. D) He gathered local tribes to fight at the Battle of Tippecanoe.

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How much data can an lto ultrium 5 tape hold, native and compressed?

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data encryption and virus scanning utilities

Explanation:

In this scenario, Jack has determined that a virus has infiltrated his computer and corrupted several data files, but he doesn’t know what to do.

The two most helpful utilities are data encryption and virus scanning.

If Jack encrypted his data files and use virus scanning to scan the computer for viruses, the computer’s firewall will quarantine and delete the virus.

So, the correct answer is data encryption and virus scanning.

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Which of the following best shows the difference between the Battle of the Thames and the Battle of New Orleans? The Americans won the Battle of the Thames but lost the Battle of New Orleans. The Americans lost the Battle of the Thames but won the Battle of New Orleans. Native Americans fought as enemies against the United States in the Battle of the Thames but as allies in the Battle of New Orleans. The British had a victory after the Battle of New Orleans but suffered a loss after the Battle of the Thames.

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The correct answer is C) Native Americans fought as enemies against the United States in the Battle of the Thames but as allies in the Battle of New Orleans.

The statement that best shows the difference between the Battle of the Thames and the Battle of New Orleans is “Native Americans fought as enemies against the United States in the Battle of the Thames but as allies in the Battle of New Orleans.”

We are talking about battles occurred during the War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain in the American territory. The war ended in 1815.

On October 5, 1813, the Battle of Thames was fought. The US army got an important victory over the British troops, securing its Northwest frontier. The Battle of New Orleans was fought on January 8, 1815. The British troops were trying to capture it and control the territory, but they couldn’t. General Andrew Jackson resisted and ed the American troops to an important victory.

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What was the primary means by which Native American cultures passed information from one generation to the next?

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6.  Thurgood Marshall was the NAACP lawyer who argued the Brown v. Board of Education case before the Supreme Court.  

7.  How did America react to news that the Soviet Union was the first to put a man in space?

  • with determination not to lose the space race

8.  Who assassinated John F. Kennedy?

 

9.  Which of these organized movements by African Americans to fight segregation was first?

  • the Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott   [It occurred in 1955-56. The other listed items were in the 1960s.]

10.  What factors helped create the prosperity that many Americans enjoyed in the 1950s?  

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What are the two reasons why the US government sent expeditions into the louisiana territory in the 1800s? The gov. wanted to learn about the strength of the French military in the area At that time, many Americans traveled there to search for gold and precious stones To learn more about the geography To Establish Friendly ties with the Native Americans To Prepare for a coming war against Great Britian

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Thomas Hobbes: Leviathan> In the Leviathan Hobbes (1587-1666) assumes that men are selfish and that the world does not satisfy all their needs, which makes them hostile to others. This would be the state of nature, where all would fight against all seeking individual interests. For peace of mind, men must give up some liberties. For this, all men make a Social Contract, giving moderating power to the State.  

 John Locke: 2nd Treaty on Civil Government> Locke contradicts Hobbes by arguing that the state of nature could not be a war of all against all, but a state of perfect freedom, without any form of subordination or subjection, all men being equal in power. In this context, men would be judges of their own causes and therefore the punishments would be extreme, which made them create a pact for the mutual conservation of life, through the Social Contract.

Jean Jacques Rousseau: The Social Contract> Unlike Hobbes and Lock, Rousseau considers man naturally good in the state of nature, and tries to explain the reason for the revocation of man’s freedom through the Social Contract. His conclusion is that in the civil state power relations may be disproportionate and the preservation of man’s well-being in civil society would depend on a hierarchy of socially instituted power.

William Blackstone: Commentaries on the Laws of England> Commentaries on the Laws of England> Introduces the “common law” of the people before the institutionalization and the evolution of the laws in England. His work of four volumes is a milestone for being the first that dealt with legal principles in a tangible way for lay people.

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Which of these quotations from “Thanksgiving: A Native American View” shows logic in argument? A.) Nearly 70 percent of all crops grown today were originally cultivated by Native American peoples. B.) By 1623, Mather the elder, a Pilgrim leader, was giving thanks to his God for destroying the heathen savages…. C.) In stories told by the Dakota people, an evil person always keeps his or her heart in a secret place separate from the body. D.) I see, in the “First Thanksgiving” story, a hidden Pilgrim heart.

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One of the many different themes that is dealt with in the short story “The Most Dangerous Game”, by Richard Connell, and which is really interesting, is the reality of human brutality, and cruelty that is disguised by civilization and education.  

Explanation:

This can be seen in the story when Mr. Rainsford, the main protagonist, and an acknowledged hunter, meets General Zaroff, and lives as a guest under the man´s roof. This portrayal of the real brutality and cruelty that lies in human hearts, and that is covered through the hypocrisy of outward civilization and education, is the first thing that meets the reader´s eyes when we see how the general surrounds himself, within a jungle, by all that had once been a part of his European and aristocratic lifestyle. He is a gentleman in all manners, even when he is talking about the need to hunt human beings because he has become bored by animal hunting, but in truth, deep within, General Zaroff is just as brutal, and cruel, as the most vicious of all animals, and even worse, because he hides behind the guise of education and manners. This is why I chose this as one of the most interesting psychological themes in the story.

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In spite of all the learned have said, I still my old opinion keep; The posture that we give the dead, Points out the soul’s eternal sleep. Not so the ancients of these lands— The Indian, when from life released, Again is seated with his friends, And shares again the joyous feast. What word best describes how Native Americans are portrayed in these lines from Philip Freneau’s “The Indian Burying Ground”? Select all that apply. arrogant romanticized savage stereotyped

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Lise Marie J. de Baissac came from a French family. She was born in Mauritius and had British nationality. She was the superstar of the Special Operations Team at the time of WW-II. She was a dignified agent who, multiple times, risked her life in order to work in national spy operations. After the war seized, she was received numbers of gallantry prizes.

However, the reason after every option for its acceptance or nonacceptance as the answer is mentioned beneath each point. Anyhow, the correct answer is darkened.

A. “When she … lived there.”

This line only defines a specific detail about how the special agent survived through a fake name as a spy. No theme is described through this sentence.

B. “Baissac’s goal … resistance groups.”

This statement the agent’s motive and the way she enacted the task provided. Still, the complete idea is not expressed within the line.  

C. “Baissac did … her tasks.”

The writer is praising the efforts of Baissac in this sentence. He again writes how much hard work the agent did in order to achieve the national goals.

D. “As a … German troops.”

This is the statement that definitely defines the central idea of the excerpt. When we break this line into sections, we can see that it illustrates that she performed multiple essential tasks when appointed in Normandy. The phrase “sometimes dangerous tasks” describes the critical nature of the job she handled in there. And, also the opposition (German troops) is clearly mentioned in this sentence which helps to convey the idea very clearly.

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What was the effect of the “Trail of Tears” on Native Americans? It helped end the American-Indian War. They were forced to move into Indian Territory. Native Americans were enslaved by American farmers. They were given land through the Homestead Act of 1862.

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The Holocaust also referred to as the Shoah was a genocide in which some six million European Jews were killed by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany, and the World War II collaborators with the Nazis. The victims included 1.5 million children, and constituted about two-thirds of the nine million Jews who had resided in Continental Europe. A broader definition of the Holocaust includes non-Jewish victims of the Nazi campaign of mass murder.The Romani and the Aktion T4 patients who were mentally and physically disabled are most commonly included among the broader victims, but can also include Soviet prisoners-of war, homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Slavs – including Soviet citizens, Poles, and other Slavic ethnic groups, blacks, political opponents of the Nazis, and other smaller groups.

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In the seven years war, Who did the colonists fight against? A) Native Americans B) Spain C) England D) France

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In the seven years war, Who did the colonists fight against? A) Native Americans B) Spain C) England D) France

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Which best describes the advantage Aryan invaders had over the native people of India?

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In his biography, he records he was born in what is now Nigeria, kidnapped and sold into slavery as a child. He then endured the middle passage on a slave ship bound for the New World. After a short period of time in Barbados, Equiano was shipped to Virginia and put to work weeding grass and gathering stones.

In 1757, he was bought by a naval captain (Captain Pascal) for about £40, who named him Gustavas Vassa. Equiano was about 12 when he first arrived in England. For part of that time he stayed at Blackheath in London with the Guerin family (relatives of Pascal). It is here that Equiano learnt how to read and write and to do arithmetic. However, Equiano spent much of his time at sea, both on warships and trading vessels.
knew that one of the most powerful arguments against slavery was his own life story. He published his autobiography in 1789: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano. It became a bestseller and was translated into many languages. 

The book began with a petition addressed to Parliament and ended with his antislavery letter to the Queen. The tens of thousands of people who read Equiano’s book, or heard him speak, started to see slavery through the eyes of a former enslaved African.  It was a very important book that made a vital contribution to the abolitionists’ cause.

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Why did the British hang Nathan Hale? He gave false information to British generals. He became a traitor to the British and used his knowledge of Britain’s weaknesses to help the Americans. He was spying on the British for the Americans. He was assisting the Native Americans to help fight the British.

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What is the correct order of the basic election process for a candidate?

primary election, campaign, general election

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COMPLETE TEST – *100% CORRECT ANSWERS

Question 1 (1 point)

Interest groups can hire ____ to influence government decision makers.

lobbyists

Question 2 (1 point)

The means of mass communication such as television, radio, newspapers, and the internet, are collectively known as the ____.

media

Question 3 (1 point)

The United States has a ____ system of political parties.

two party

Question 4 (1 point)

Carrie generally supports more conservative ideas such a less government regulation, private healthcare, and the economy should be left to the free market. Which political party would she probably join?

Republican

Question 5 (1 point)

This type of election determines who will run in the general election in November.

primary election

Question 6 (1 point)

What is the correct order of the basic election process for a candidate?

primary election, campaign, general election

Question 7 (1 point)

The indirect method of electing the president is known as the ____.

electoral college

Question 8 (1 point)

Cheryl was ceremonially nominated for President by her political party at a huge gathering. Cheryl was most likely nominated by ____.

national party convention

Question 9 (1 point)

After the general election, presidential candidates will ___ .

wait for the final vote from the electoral college

Question 10 (1 point)

Susie tends to have liberal beliefs and thinks that the government should have an active part in our lives. She  believes that the government should tax the rich more, provide healthcare, and relax the current policy on illegal immigrants. Susie is most likely a member of which political party?

Democratic

Question 11 (1 point)

Sierra often studies articles on the internet to check for updates on political candidates. Sierra is completing which important responsibility?

staying informed of current issues

Question 12 (1 point)

Jack just turned eighteen and turned in his selective service papers. Jack is fulfilling his duty to ____.

register for military service

Question 13 (1 point)

The Republican Party generally takes a more ____ approach to politics and does not like a lot of government involvement.

conservative

Question 14 (1 point)

Which statement best describes the development of political parties throughout United States history?

Over time people became divided on issues and political parties developed in the United States. There have generally been two main political parties, but their ideals, platforms, and names have changed through time.

Question 15 (1 point)

Which of the following correctly describes the Federal Election Commission (FEC)?

The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is the independent regulatory agency charged with administering and enforcing the federal campaign finance law.

Question 16 (1 point)

Why does the federal government require disclosure of campaign spending?

Disclosure of campaign spending makes the government and public aware of where all money is going and makes it harder for corrupt spending to occur.

Question 17 (1 point)

Which Amendment to the Constitution expanded voting rights to women?

19th Amendment

Question 18 (1 point)

Which statement best describes the differences in civic duties and civic responsibilities?

A civic duty is required by law, while a civic responsibility is a good thing to do for society.

Question 19 (1 point)

Which of the following best describes the purpose of the 26th Amendment to the Constitution?

lowered the voting age from 21 to 18

Question 20 (1 point)

Which phrase below best describes the meaning of the phrase, “I pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America…” from the Pledge of Allegiance?

I give my loyalty to the United States

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What happened as a result of Spain’s early exploration of the New World? A. Spain was able to keep other European countries from settling in Canada. B. Spain was able to establish colonies in large areas of both continents. C. Spain developed good relations with the native populations. D. Spain worked with other European countries to set up colonies.

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Two main causes of Arab Israel conflicts in the twentieth century were:

a) the division of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states. 

This general statement is quite known, as all three monotheistic religions claim ownership of the Holy Land. 
We can generally say that after the Crusades, Christians remained out of the conflict due to the massive losses they faced when they had tried to invade and conquer it (when Salah Al deen was at power, before the rise of the Ottoman empire). 

I am not sure about this one, but I assume the best answer would be D)US support for Israels military

It’s a generally known fact that the US is a close ally of Israel, and this is mainly why there are immense issues and conflicts between the two religions whom are living in the same territory/land. 

Generally, this topic tends to be those ones that kind of get biased responses (you know, due to people taking sides). I tried making this response as non-biased as possible, filtering it from opinion and such. 

Hope this helps. Comment if you need assistance. Glad to assist! 🙂 

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Offspring of Europeans and native Americans

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Offspring of Europeans and native Americans

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What is historically significant about this 1879 speech by Chief Joseph? It is a detailed description of the conflict between the non-native settlers and the Native Americans. It is a direct and eloquent plea delivered in Washington for the equal treatment of all Native Americans. It is a subtle and polite attempt to make peace with those who work for the government. It is an adamant demand of requirements issued by the Native Americans to the non-native settlers.

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The correct answer is – C. socialist ideals.

In the year of 1959, Fidel Castor led a revolution in Cuba against the militaristic leader of the country that was set up by the United States few years earlier, and won. Castro managed to get hold onto the government and became the leader of Cuba. His ideals were much different than those of his predecessors, and Castro was a big fan of the socialist ideology, so he implemented it in Cuba. Because of this he quickly got support by the Soviet Union, China, North Korea, Yugoslavia, and became very friendly with them.

The situation in Cuba was the thing of nightmares for the United States. Not just that they lost their political and economic influence on the nearby island nation, but it became an ally with its biggest enemy, the Soviet Union. In fact, Cuba was extremely important during the Cold War because it served as a military base of the Soviet Union, and the United States were held in constant fear of attack.

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