HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

What happened following the decision in Brown v. Board of Education? Choose all answers that are correct.
A. All schools were integrated within the first year after the decision.
B. Most Southern communities refused to integrate schools.
C. Some communities closed their schools rather than integrate.

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Answer 1
Answer: The correct answers are
B. Most Southern communities refused to integrate schools.
C. Some communities closed their schools rather than integrate.

A is incorrect because it took as much as 10 years for all schools to start integrating. The southern communities were so angry that many closed schools before they would let African-Americans educate themselves. Some still opposed it but eventually had to end the practice.
Answer 2
Answer:

My answer would be,

B. Most Southern communities refused to integrate schools.

and

C. Some communities closed their schools rather than integrate.


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Discuss the American rationale for going to war with Mexico in 1846. In your response, please examine the roles Manifest Destiny and the expansion of slavery may have played in President James Polk's decision to ask Congress for a declaration of war.

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Answer:

The Mexican-American War was an military conflict between Mexico and the USA caused by the latter's occupation of the state of Texas. The fighting had to do with America's strong feelings of nationalism justified by Manifest Destiny, which was the belief that the country was destined by God to expand  its territory. Besides, the south needed more southern states to spread out slavery, since it was forbidden in the northern states. Thus, because the Mexican government refused to sell the state of Texas, the US president James K. Polk decided to declare war on Mexico.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What did the Athenians do in preparation for Xerxes's invasion? A. They fortified the walls around their city

B. They began training with the Spartan army

C. They built up their navy into a fleet of about 200 boats.

D. They formed a defensive league.​

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The correct answer is C) They built up their navy into a fleet of about 200 boats.

What the Athenians did in preparation for Xerxes's invasion was that they built up their navy into a fleet of about 200 boats.

Xerxes was the son of Dario, King of Persia. After the death of his father, Xerxes led the Persian Army in the Second Persian Invasion of Greece with a huge army bever before seen. First, the Persians defeated the Spartans in the Battle of the Thermopylae. Then, advance into Athens to capture it. However, when they tried to eliminate the entire Athenian fleed they were defeated in the Battle of the Salamis. The Greeks finally defeated the Persians in the Battle of Plataea to end the bloody war.

The answer is D? i’m pretty sure
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Do you think the native people of the European colonies were better or worse off as a result of the New Imperialism? Explain your answer.

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Well, from what I've read about the New Imperialism, I think they were better off worse because it was quiet violent during that time period. There were so many wars going on and thousands of people died.

Hope this helps.
I think better because of all the violence they've been having lately.  I don't think World History is my strongest ambition, but hey, at least I'm answering it right?
HIGH SCHOOL

How did the united states promote world peace and stability

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United states never promote peace. They pay Israel to destroy the whole world.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the following is a “pull” factor? A. Political freedom

B. Political persecution

C. Racial discrimination

D. Overpopulation

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Answer: A. Political freedom.

Explanation: The terms "pull factor" and "push factor" are used to refer to the conditions that would make someone go to a country or leave a country. Push factors are related to negative conditions such as, political persecution, overpopulation or racial discrimination, that might make someone leave his place. On the contrary, a pull factor is a positive condition that might motivate someone to go to a place. Political freedom is an example of a positive condition that might be taken as a pull factor.

A. Political freedom

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Plebeians were the common farmers and workers who had to protest to get a voice in government. 1. True 2. False

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1. True
plebeians were commoners

Answer:

true

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mark each statement if it correctly describes facts about China during the Sui dynasty. A.

Under the Sui dynasty, China entered a golden age.








B.

The Sui dynasty reunited China in the sixth and seventh centuries by combining existing laws into a single legal code.








C.

The Grand Canal was constructed to unite northern and southern China.








D.

The Sui united northern and southern China, but the new empire was too big to govern effectively.








E.

One reason that Chinese peasants were ready to rebel is that the emperor had used them as forced labor to achieve his goals.

What is a bureaucracy?








A.
a group of officials who help run a government or other organization







B.
a hereditary ruling class







C.
a densely packed battle formation used by the Athenians







D.
a city-state of ancient Greece

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B a hereditary ruling class.
a.Under the Sui dynasty, China entered a golden age

HIGH SCHOOL

ead the excerpt from the sermon “A Model of Christian Charity” by John Winthrop. “For we must consider that we shall be as a city upon a hill. The eyes of all people are upon us. So that if we shall deal falsely with our God in this work we have undertaken, and so cause Him to withdraw His present help from us, we shall be made a story and a by-word through the world.” Based on this excerpt, what was John Winthrop’s goal?

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Based on the excerpt given above, the goal of John Winthrop is to MAKE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY AN EXAMPLE OF CHRISTIAN LIVING. 
John is talking about the need for Christians to be role models in their societies and to be the standard by which others measure themselves.
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What does economics mean term of land

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Land, In economics, the resource that encompasses the natural resources used in production. ... Land was considered to be the “original and inexhaustible gift of nature.” In modern economics, it is broadly defined to include all that nature provides, including minerals, forest products, and water and land resources.

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