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How did the newly formed united states of america pay off the debts incurred during the revolutionary war

Answer: The statement is true. Explanation: Both the Earth and the Moon have been impacted by meteors over 4500 million years. But the Moon does not have any atmosphere unlike Earth, which protects it from large impacts and does not collide on the planet. Even, several hypotheses clarify that the …

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Interstate Commerce refers to trade between a. Two geographic regions c. The states b. Two different continents d. Two different countries

Answer: The correct answer is B, as Hawaii wasn’t annexed by the United States as a result of the Spanish-American War. Explanation: The Spanish-American War confronted Spain and the United States in 1898, as a result of the American intervention in the Cuban War of Independence. At the end of …

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Which best describes the Southern states’ view on the emancipation of slaves during the post-Revolutionary period? 1. The Southern states opposed emancipation and held large number of slaves. 2. The Southern states ended slavery once the Revolutionary War was over. 3. The Southern slaves didn’t emancipate the slaves at first, but freed them shortly after the war ended. 4. The Southern states only kept the most important slaves, and freed the rest.

The world wars were two of the largest scale wars man has ever seen. They both lasted very long and many were killed. They were both extremely tragic and should not be forgotten. We’ll start with WWI. It started July 28 1914. It lasted four years and ended November 11 …

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Which issue did the great compromise address? Congressional representation election of the president membership of the Supreme Court relationship of the states to each other

#1) Who organized trade in medieval cities and towns? Answer: Guilds were the ones that organized trade in medieval cities and towns. #2) What is a fief? Answer:  It was land given in exchange for loyalty during the Feudal system. #3) Christians and Muslims wanted to control the Holy Land …

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The industrial revolution resulted in many changes to farms in the united states. this revolution

1- Many nations in South Asia and Southeast Asia won independence after 1945 because colonial powers had exhausted their resources in World War II. For example, France wasn’t able to keep its colonies in Indochina due to its hard economic situation after the war. 2- The condition that caused the …

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Following the american revolution, what was the primary economic activity in the southern states?

1- Many nations in South Asia and Southeast Asia won independence after 1945 because colonial powers had exhausted their resources in World War II. For example, France wasn’t able to keep its colonies in Indochina due to its hard economic situation after the war. 2- The condition that caused the …

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Read this excerpt from The Odyssey: The wind drove me out of Ilium on to Ismarus,the Cicones’ stronghold. There I sacked the city,killed the men, but as for the wives and plunder,that rich haul we dragged away from the placewe shared it round so no one, not on my account,would go deprived of his fair share of spoils. Which sentence states implicit information you can learn from the passage? A.Odysseus raided the Cicones and killed all the men. B.Odysseus is a generous leader. C.Odysseus’s ship was pushed by the wind towards Ismarus. D.Odysseus took great riches from the Cicones.

1) The witches predictions foreshadow what might happen because they are predictions that are at the beginning of the play and in the middle too, so the tension is building up as to why the witches said them. 2) Macbeth’s reactions to the first 3 predictions were no other than …

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United States Border Control Problems and Solutions

Introduction The United States Border Control policies are the policies which help keep the order and peace between the US and its neighbor states. These are also policies which help protect the US borders and its citizens from illegal migrants, security threats, terrorist threats, and similar dangers. These policies however …

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Article IV. The people of this commonwealth have the sole and exclusive right of governing themselves, as a free, sovereign, and independent state; and do, and forever hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not, or may not hereafter, be by them expressly delegated to the United States of America in Congress assembled. —Massachusetts state constitution, adopted 1870 which description best explains the significance of this excerpt to the current government of Massachusetts? A. This excerpt is an example of a fundamental law of lasting importance that should not be changed B. This excerpt is an example of a statutory law that should be passed as an ordinary piece of legislation C.This excerpt is an example of a miscellaneous provision that no longer has any effect but has been left in the document D.This excerpt is an example of a preamble that has no legal force but describes the intent of the document

Hi, thomasallenpdt0! Push factors: A negative aspect that motivates one to leave; in migration, push factors are those that encourage a population to leave it’s home. Pull factors: The advantages a country has that make a person or population come live there.  Forced migration: A general term that refers to …

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How did the united states and the soviet union became cold war adversaries?

The Soviet economy was slowly becoming stagnant, whilst military spending went through the roof. Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative was seen as a threat to be countered, and the Soviets threw more money at the military – the US was spending 15-18% of its Gross Domestic Product (how much the country …

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How did the united states entry into world war 1 affect the outcome?

The Soviet economy was slowly becoming stagnant, whilst military spending went through the roof. Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative was seen as a threat to be countered, and the Soviets threw more money at the military – the US was spending 15-18% of its Gross Domestic Product (how much the country …

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How did ww2 have an enormous impact on the culture and society of the united states?

7- The correct answer is A. The Soviet Union tried to make treaties with Western democracies, but Western nations were suspicious of the threat of communism. This was partly due to the fact that previously the Soviets had agreed with the Nazi Germany the joint invasion of Poland, which was …

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