Why was the Espionage Act, the Trading with the Enemy Act, and Sedition Act passed during World War I? A. to encourage young men to join the army
B. to put down any voice that was considered unpatriotic
C. to limit the number of immigrants in the U.S. during the war
D. to keep the identities of military men serving abroad in the war a secret
6. Who coined the term "black power"? A. Malcolm X
B. Martin Luther King, Jr.
C. Thurgood Marshall
D. Stokely Carmichael
Answer: D. Stoney Carmicheal
True or false: enslaved people were too afraid to resist thier oppressors.?
Why did nationalists feel that a unified italy made sense
Nationalists thought establishing a unified Italy made sense because of geography and a common language and history.
Why did the French people welcome nepolean
In what century was the Jamestown colony founded? A) the 15th century B) the 16th century C) the 17th century D) the 18th century
For most of the 1600s, white indentured servants worked the colony's tobacco fields, but by 1705 the Virginia colony had become a slave society.
The founding of Jamestown, America's first permanent English colony, in Virginia in 1607 – 13 years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth in Massachusetts – sparked a series of cultural encounters that helped shape the nation and the world.
What is one way opinion polls cn affect the outcome of an election
Explanation: The results of a poll can influence people who have not voted yet. Those responsible for the electoral campaigns began to take advantage of the results of the polls not only for their own objectives but also to incorporate them into electoral marketing for the benefit of their campaigns. For a study to have influence, its credibility and recognition are very important. If the citizen believes in the results of the study, he could alter his final decision.
Don’t listen to that, it was a dare
Why did most americans support isolationism in the 1930s?
he first official Czar of Russia was _________. Frederick William Ivan the Terrible The Sun King Zemsky Sobor Peter the Great
The first official Czar of Russia was Ivan the Terrible. Upon reaching adulthood, Ivan was crowned Czar of all Russia (1547). Before him, all rulers of Muscovy were Grand Princes. He was the first to appoint himself Czar "Caesar" (European tradition of "Emperor") whose power comes directly from God. Such a title gave Russia and its ruler significant weight in the eyes of European monarchs. Ivan the Terrible was recognized emperor by Queen Elizabeth I, Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II and others.
Russian Ivan Grozny (also called Ivan IV) was ruthless. His reign saw the completion of the construction of a centrally administered Russian state and the creation of an empire that included non-Slav states.