HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Many subject peoples began to feel discontent with their imperial masters during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In addition to nationalism, which one of the following reasons best explains why they felt that way? A.
colonialism- they wanted the opportunity to carve out overseas colonies and territories

B.
freedom-they wanted self-rule and independence

C.
imperialism-they wanted to dominate their neighbors and build their own empires

D.
communism-they wanted a world in which the workers were in charge

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Answer 1
Answer: B. Freedom- they wanted self-rule and independence

The Countries that ruled colonies were often very distant from them and as a result they didn't not feel represented in the countries. So there was a desire for self rule and independence.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which country most influence the development and legacy of the traditional American cowboy

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Cowboys originated in Mexico.

When the spanish conquerors arrived, they started stablishing ranchs and farms, and the role of the vaquero (from the spanish word vaca) was coined to  name the men who took care of the livestock, and who were also good with certain skills like herding, roping and riding.

As the ranching practices were spread, so did the culture of the cowboy, including their clothing style and their skills.

The first cowboys had different backgrounds like Mexican, Native American and African American, among others.

The country that most influenced the development and legacy of the traditional American cowboy was Mexico. When the Spanish arrived and settled in Mexico in the 16th century they operated rural estates where they raised cattle assisted by horses that had been brought from Spain. Native Indians were trained to ride the horses and herd and handle the cattle. They developed great skills at controlling the animals while being mounted, and they began to be known as vaqueros - Spanish for cowboys. By the 17th century, these estates or ranches existed in areas such as Texas, Arizona and New Mexico, as well as in Argentina - all of them part of the Spanish empire. With the expansion of the livestock industry in other parts of the Western United States (California, Idaho, Nevada) it eventually turned into an American profession in its own right, with cowboys ranching and transporting cattle to the main railroad depots for consumption all over the country.

HIGH SCHOOL

How many tourists visit the statue of liberty each day?

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The statue received about 4.44 million visitors in 2017. Despite its fame around the world, a relatively small number of people visit the Statue of Liberty each year. I don’t know how many each day though.
HIGH SCHOOL

Describe the difference between the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda. A. The Hutus were predominantly a lower class than the Tutsi B. The Tutsi were predominantly a lower class than the Hutu C. The Hutu controlled all the wealth such as cattle D. There was no difference between the Tutsi and the Hutu

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The correct answer is A. The Hutus were predominantly a lower class than the Tutsi.

Hutus and Tutsis are the two main ethnic groups that occupy Rwanda. The Hutu are by far the majority group, as 90% of Rwandans are Hutus.

Culturally, it is an artificial division, based more on social class than on ethnicity, given that there are no linguistic or cultural differences between Hutus and Tutsis. Historically, however, there were physical differences, mainly in average height. Hutus and Tutsis share most of the same religion and language (most are Catholic and Bantu).

The inequalities between the rights of racial groups were not so extreme, but they were important. For the Tutsi, the Hutu were basically considered as lower class workers.

The correct answer is A. Tutsis were upper-class wealthy landowners and merchants, while the Hutus were mostly farmers and laborers
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Who was the first president under the new constitution

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Answer:

Answer:

George Washington

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the following amendments to the Constitution was NOT part of the Bill of Rights? A) freedom of speech, press, and religion.
B) protection against illegal search
C) trial by jury
D) direct election of senators

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the answer is D. direct election of senators

HIGH SCHOOL

To "execute" the laws means to interpret the laws
create laws
make new laws
carry out the laws

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It means carry out the laws most likely

Answer:

carry out laws

Explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

PLEASE HELP I NEED TO FINISH THIS ASAP How did the Bill of Rights legally change the political system in England?
A. It introduced a constitutional monarchy.
B. It established a commonwealth.
C. It restored absolute monarchy.
D. It gave monarchs the right to veto laws.
E. It guaranteed the right to religious equality.

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Answer:

A. It introduced a constitutional monarchy, is the correct answer.

Explanation:

The Bill of rights of England was the act that was signed by William third and Mary the Second. It described constitutional and civil rights, it also gave the parliament more power than monarchy. Experts consider it to be the law that set the stage for a constitutional monarchy in England. It was an inspiration for the US bill of rights.  The bill of rights included the list of misdeeds by King James, the articles which outlined freedoms and the confirmation the William and Mary were the rightful successors of the English throne.

the awnser is A.) it introduced a constituional monarchy


HIGH SCHOOL

Which event in Greek history beginning 323 b.c. occurred last? A) Alexander the Great conquers the Persian Empire B) The Hellenistic Age C) Thebes defeats Sparta and dominates Greece D) Philip II of Macedon unites most of Greece under his leadership

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The answer is actually B. The hellenistic age

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What steps did slave traders take to ensure the profitability of their voyages

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Answer: Cutting out efficent feeding, and cramming the ship as full as possible.

Explanation:

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