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How does the right to a grand jury protect the rights of the accused? A:It prevents one form self-incrimination. B:It stops the government from trying a person for the same crime twice. C:It requires sufficient evidence before moving to trial in cases of serious crimes.*** D:...

History
Which of the following statements best support the importance of a free and responsible press to the healthy functioning of a democracy? Select all that apply(2 points) A:A free press protects the individual rights of all people.*** B:A free press encourages and informed and ...

History
How do the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness limit the powers of government? A:Unalienable rights force the government to expand and protect all right. B:Unalienable rights force the government to place no restrictions on liberty. C:Unalienable ...

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Define the term “Cold War”. Why were both the Soviet Union and the United States fearful of starting an outright war with each other? Detail one event or situation that brought both sides close to nuclear war. (Ex. Cuban Missile Crisis)

History
what were some effects of the seven years’ war? (select all that apply) -britain gained excusive rights in bengal, india - france’s caribbean colonies rose up in rebellion and gained independence -britain lost all of its north american colonies to australia - france ...

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which offers one reaon for how industrialization led to imperialism? a. british factories eliminated the need for inexpensive human labor b. british factories required the raw materials that could be found overseas. c. british factories eliminated the need for overseas ...

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How did Europeans use the idea of eugenics to justify colonization and imperialism? a.Europeans thought that their scientific superiority supported their claim to the world’s natural resources for the advancement of mankind. b.Europeans believed they were racially superior ...

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How did Europeans justify controlling territory around the world? A.Europeans believed they needed international ports to transport goods. B.Europeans believed other territories wanted to be conquered. C.Europeans believed new territories were needed as manufacturing centers. ...

History
How did Napoleon’s conquests in Europe impact other parts of the world? A. Napoleon's conquest of Spain led to independence movements in the Americas. B. Napoleon’s consolidation of Europe led to the establishment of the League of Nations. C. Napoleon’s conquest of the ...

History
• what are the issues of Reconstruction covering its origins •what are the various reconstruction plans • how did the south show resistance •what were the factors that led to the end of this period?

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Ms. Sue, Reniy , Writeteacher . I changed my answers now can you check if they are correct? Please guys i really need a good grade 2. What role did nativism play in federal policy? A. Concern for immigrants' children led to increased public education funding. *** My Answer B. ...

History
1919-1939 Causes and Effects of The Great Depression

History
Causes and effects of Industrial Revolution 1790-1914

World History
Which accurately describes the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte’s power to overthrow the French government?

History
If a soccer ball is for the sport soccer, why isn't a football called a football ball if the football is also the name of the sport itself?

Social Studies
How does the strong history of immigration in the United States influence the kind of nation we have become? Since most Americans are descendants of immigrants, why do you think discrimination against today's immigrants persists? Do you think immigration should be restricted, ...

History Help
Who would support democracy based on the Old Oligarch? A. The poor and the common people B. Thee high-born and wealthy C. Everyone in Athens D. The non-Greek speaking people or Barbarians What do you think the Old Oligarch means when referring to the best and worst people? A. ...

Art History
What is the most likely reason why the Romans made copies of original copies of Greek art? a. To try and claim it as their own*** b. Because of their great beauty c. In an attempt to improve on them d. They did not make copies.

Math
As you can see from my nickname, math and I don't have great history. That is why I would like someone to check my answer. Q: Samantha types 40 words per minute. How many words can she type in 8 minutes? My Answer: 320 How I got to this: This question wants me to do ...

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What was the difference between the profits of Great Britain and India? please help with this question I've looked it up and done my research and I'm really struggling.

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Is this a good answer? Ethnic groups are similar because many are of the same ethnicity. According to a teacher/tutor, "Canada prides itself on being like a stew with each ethnic group contributing separate and identifiable cultures. The U.S. likes to consider itself a melting...

History
how did the issue of states' rights influence south carolina's decision to secede from the union?

World History
Can someone describe characteristics of absolute monarchies and the rights of citizens under those monarchies in Austria, Prussia, and Russia

Art History
What is the most likely reason why the Roman's made copies of original works of Greek art? a. to try and claim them as their own b. Because of their beauty**** c. in an attempt to improve on them d. they did not make copies of them

Art History
Which of the following is NOT one of the three main periods of Greek sculpture? a. Archaic b. Classical c. Hellenistic d. Corinthian

History
Which identifies the influences imperial Spain had on the Americas? Spanish discovery of the Americas led to an influx of tourists. Spanish money helped to build needed industries in the Americas. Spanish religion, language, and culture replaced local native cultures. Spanish ...

History
What led to self-determination in colonies? Colonial inhabitants realized they could sell their own resources if they were able to determine the fate of their own countries. Colonial inhabitants needed to gain control of their countries after imperial powers left the ...

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Which of the following is true about the Puget Sound Lowlands?

History
Which of the following examples support the notion that a free press is an essential element of a limited government? Select all that apply(2 points) A:Journalist are entitled to cover trials.*** B:We need a fourth branch of the federal government. C:It is difficult for public...

History
Which of the following statements best describes the middle class during the Industrial Revolution?A. The middle class lived in tenements because they faced harsher economic problems. B. The middle class women did not do physical labor and instead they hired maidservants to ...

AP history
What were the major differences between the first burst of European global expansion from the 16th through the early 18th centuries and the era of Western Imperialist dominance from the middle 19th century to the outbreak of World War I in 1914?

History
Which is a reason that the relationship between Austria-Hungary and Serbia dissolved? A. Serbia allied with Germany, Austria-Hungary’s rival. B. Serbia declared independence and started a revolution against Austria-Hungary. C. Austria-Hungary had annexed Bosnia and ...

History
What effect did the eastern front have on World War I?

Texas History
Which of the following best describes the Ku Klux Klan in Texas during the 1920s. A an open social welfare club that did good deeds for all B An organization that only concerned itself with business interests C A semi-secretive club that sometimes committed violence( My Answer...

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Identify and describe the impact of historical events on the growth of early America Some of the most important events that occurred in America during the 1820's are listed below. Task #1: Research each event and write two or three sentences explaining why this event is ...

Texas History
How is urbanization related to popular culture as seen in Texas in the 1920s?

History
Find 6 quotes from the book What Went Wrong By Bernard Lewis and explain their significance. Please help! Having trouble finding significant quotes

History Essay
This project is a 5-10 page double spaced paper in which you will critically analyze, using historical evidence, three major turning points in world history from 1500. Your paper should be divided into three sections each of which is devoted to the critical analysis of one ...

History
which two early civilizations were located in present-day Mexico? A. Incas and Cuzo B. Mayans and Aztecs*** C. Aztecs and Incas D. Cuzo and Mayas my answer (***)

History Test Answer Check
6th Grade Reconstruction and Economic Growth Unit Test Can you guys please help me I have almost the whole test done these are the question I have doubt about please check, Ms. Sue and Reed "…[The] said Cooper Hughs Freedman with his wife…are to work on said farm and to ...

Music
2. In key signatures with sharps, the key is (1 point) one half step up from the last sharp. the next to last sharp. one half step up from the last flat. one whole step up from the last sharp.***

World History
How do the Crusades and Muslim and Christian accounts of them demonstrate how these two religions resembled each other more than either one resembles Buddhism, during the postclassical period?

Texas History
The Populist wanted which of the following groups to control the railroads A privite companies B the government C state cooperatives D interstate commerce division

History
I do not get the question; please help. Briefly describe the significance of the Growth Management Act. How has this law affected Washington?

History
What can be inferred by the passage of black codes? Many Southerners were willing to allow African american equality Many white southerors wanted them to remain as servents Many white southernors wanted african americans to recive a equal education southern law makers wanted ...

Music 6a lesson 13
How many versions of a whole tone scale are there 1 2 three or four

Music
What musical term is indicates a chord where the notes are played one after another rather than all together?

Social Studies
Why does the term "Gilded Age" accurately describe the period of the late 1800s. A.)It was a time when voter turnout rose and political corruption declined. B.)It was a time when the government enacted reforms to help the poor. C.)It was a time when a thin layer of whether ...

Texas History
What geloed expand the system of roads and highways in Texas in the 1920’s A. A gas tax B. A new form of asphalt C. Country government control D. Federal matching funds 2. Which major factor contributed to the population boom of the 1920’s A. The price of land decreased B...

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Why does the term gilded age accurately describe the period of the late 1800s A.) It was a time that one that voter turnout rose and politician corruption declined B.) It was a time when the government enacted reforms to help the poor C.) It was a time when a thin layer of ...

History
Read the statement. Finally, you have broader considerations that might follow what you would call the “falling domino” principle. You have a row of dominoes set up, you knock over the first one, and what will happen to the last one is the certainty that it will go over ...

History
How was the Iroquois league able to survive English and French colonization while the Aztec empire was not able to survive Spanish colonization

History
Which explains the most accurate unforeseen effect of the antiwar protest movement? Many of the organizers and participants of the peace marches later became well-known writers and contemporary philosophers. Peaceful protest marches snarled rush-hour traffic, which impacted ...

World History
What was the function of SEATO? a consortium of Polynesian states and Australia that promotes trade a commercial conglomerate whose projects revived the Asian economy a benevolent society dedicated to caring for children orphaned by wars a defense organization to prevent ...

World History
What was significant about the Battle of Dien Bien Phu? The battle proved that the North Vietnamese could defeat the US Army through guerilla warfare. The battle resulted in the withdrawal of the French military from Vietnam. The battle led the United States to attack the ...

History 6th Grade Help Please ASAP
Unit 2 Lesson 9 , The Labor Movement Quiz 1. What negative impact did gold and silver mining have in the West? A. Tent cities near the mines fostered criminals as long-term residents. B. Ghost towns were left behind after the mines stopped producing. *** My Answer C. Mining ...

Science
Give some examples of artifacts that are used to determine the geological history of the Earth, as well as how its life forms have changed over time. Is the question given and I don't really know any artifacts that are used for the geological history of Earth. Can someone name...

biology
am a fruit, remove my first letter i become a crime, remove my first and last latters i become a genre of music, remove my first two letter i become an animal.what am i?

World History
What was one of Maria Theresa's successes as an absolute monarch? A. uniting the German states** B. forcing Frederick out of Silesia C. strengthening royal power D. adding Hungary to the Hapsburg empire I said A please check my answer.

History
The want concert, arising from the want of a general authority and from clashing and dissimilar views in the State, has hitherto frustrated every experiment..., and will continue to do so as long as the same obstacles to a uniformity of measures continues to exist- Federalist ...

music
it is common for a Baroque piece of music to? A: Slow down and speed up B: remain constant in tempo **** C: limit the amount of chords used D: be performed mainly on brass instruments. I chose B as my answer could someone please tell me if I am even close to the correct answer.

Texas History
Question #5: How did the buffalo soldiers effect the Texas frontier? A. They supported the reservation system. B. They fought the Comanche, who eventually surrendered. C. They fought the federal troops, who eventually surrendered. D. They developed new farming methods.

NM History
Based on your learning in this unit, what is one place that holds special significance for native american identity in new mexico? Give two reasons to justify your choice.

History
1:Which philosophers of the European Enlightenment influenced the founding documents of American government through their theory of a social contract? A:Michel de Montaigne and Denis Diderot B:Charles de Montesquieu and Mary Wollstonecraft C:Thomas Hobbes and John Locke*** D:...

Math
Decoration:? Candy:45 Invitation:45 Music:40 Party hall rental:80 Food:65 Prizes:30 Costumes:40 Mary is planning a costume party. she spent $375.00 a show on the graph. How much of the money was spent, to the nearest Dollar, on the following items? 1.on decoration? 2.on food? ...

History
Which of the following conclusions about the freedman's bureau is best supported by the illustration? A. It's assisted only african americans B. it employed only women C. it provided education to people of all ages** D. its students passed the literacy requirement for voting

Educational Technology and Online Learning 7
Which of the following cannot be copyrighted? books inventions videos music I think it's inventions! Am I right?

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Which option accurately describes the impact of Confucianism on Asian cultures? Qin Shi Huang declared Confucianism as the Chinese Empire’s official religion, resulting in a civil war. Confucianism established a governmental model, defined leadership principles, and promoted...

World History
Which option accurately describes the relationship between the Catholic Church and public literacy prior to the humanist movement? Prior to the humanist movement, the Catholic Church was predominately illiterate except for a few high-ranking bishops. Prior to the humanist ...

music
Shostakovich's Symphony No. 7 is a musical tribute to which battle of World War 2?

History
1:What was the primary purpose of the Three-Fifths Compromise? A:To provide a balance between small and large states. B:To satisfy slave states in order to secure ratification.*** C:To limit the length of the presidential term. D:To determine the qualifications of the judicial...

History
Where did the Mexican-American War take place? I want to say near the Rio Grande

History
Which was a primary motivation for the European extension of influence and control over territories in Asia? to extend the principles of democracy and human rights to push back against the growth of Communist ideology to gain access to raw materials and large, new markets to ...

History
If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on the government would be necessary.-Federalist Papers No.51 1:Which of the following supports Madison's belief that internal and external controls on government are necessary? A:The Black Lives Matter ...

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Which describes the necessity of American intervention in World War II that benefited the Soviet Union? a.The onset of winter in Russia would decrease Soviet military production and lead to an onslaught by the Nazi army. b.The Soviet Union needed the United States to provide ...

History
Which is a difference between the policies of Hitler and the politics of Mussolini? a.Mussolini aggressively pursued a policy of militarization, while Hitler sought only diplomatic methods of foreign policy. b.Hitler implemented a large-scale hunt to eradicate Jews from Europe...

History
Where did the Allied forces invade France for a massive liberation of the country on June 6, 1944? a.Normandy b.Verdun c.Versailles d.Paris d?

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How did rearmament impact Germany’s economy and politics? a.It increased production, which led to new jobs, and allowed fascists to rise to power. b.It caused inflation and prompted France and Britain to invade Germany. c.It did not improve the weak economy and allowed ...

History
How did Japan’s geography affect its relations with neighboring countries in the 1930s? a.Because it lacked resources, Japan occupied China and Indochina to secure agricultural land, coal, and iron. b.Because of Japan’s rich supply of silkworms, it was invaded and occupied...

History
Which best analyzes criticisms of the New Deal? a.The New Deal was seen as promoting American dependency on the federal government. b.The New Deal was widely condemned for decreasing the power of the United States Supreme Court. c.The New Deal was criticized for increasing the...

History
The Weimar Republic’s inability to deal with economic issues caused by __________ led to the rise of extremist groups like the Nazis. Which best completes the sentence? a.hyperinflation and the Great Depression b.unemployment during World War I c.a drop in the value of gold ...

History
Which describes a military strategy in which two forces simultaneously attack both flanks, or sides, of an enemy formation? a.Fabian strategy b.war of attrition c.scorched earth d.pincer movement d?

History
How did the Great Depression affect politics in Japan? a.When unemployment increased, a worker revolt overthrew the government and instituted a Communist regime. b.When farmers defaulted on their loans, socialist forces in Parliament gained a majority and passed debt-relief ...

History
Which identifies the significance of the Nuremberg trials? a.ensured the execution of every high-ranking Nazi official b.created four Allied occupation zones in postwar Germany c.provided a precedent for international cooperation and justice for all war crimes d.established ...

History
Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect and defend democracy...

History
When the stock market crashed in 1929, it had a ripple effect that impacted European nations, among others. In what specific way were European economies tied to the US economy? a.They all adhered to the gold standard. b.All were awaiting repayment by Germany. c.Their economies...

world history
Which best describes the theory Jean-Jacques Rousseau outlined in The Social Contract? Rousseau theorized that people are born inherently greedy and a large powerful government is needed to counteract such greed to maintain social order. Rousseau theorized that people are born...

history
Which nation was not involved in the thirty years war? A.France B.Spain C.England d.Germany I think C is that correct?

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Which most accurately describes endeavors of explorer John Cabot? John Cabot led successful expeditions to Newfoundland, claiming the land for England. John Cabot was the first European explorer to discover the Mississippi River. John Cabot led successful raids against the ...

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Which most accurately describes events in the life of explorer Sir Walter Raleigh? Raleigh led major expeditions to America, including the ill-fated Roanoke Colony. Raleigh is best known for establishing the colony of New Mexico for Spain. Raleigh was the first European ...

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Which trade route refers to the extensive trade and sharing of plants, animals, culture, and ideas between the Americas, Africa, and Europe following Christopher Columbus’s discovery of the Americas? Trans-Saharan Trade Columbian Exchange Incense Route Silk Road I'm almost ...

world history
Which accurately describes Portugal’s motivation for funding explorations along the coast of Africa? to navigate around Africa to Asia and find the kingdom of Prester John to navigate around Africa and find the kingdom of Japan to navigate around Africa and find El Dorado, ...

history
Why did Pope Pius V excommunicate Queen Elizabeth I in 1570? The pope declared her a heretic because she invaded France and Spain, allies of the Catholic Church. The pope declared her a heretic because she sided with Charles V to form the Schmalkaldic League. The pope declared...

History
What was the short-term effect of the Great Southwest Strike? Public opinion went against the union Union workers got a raise in salary Unions were outlawed in Texas More people joined labor unions I'm don't know what the answer is, but I know for sure that it's not D. Can ...

History
3. What was a primary reason people from the Southeastern U.S. moved to Texas during Reconstruction? Climate change Economic opportunities***** Persecution Racial strife

History
1. How did Farming continue to be profitable for landowners even after the end of slavery? Landowners convinced former slaves to work for free Landowners used child labor Landowners took advantage of sharecroppers***** Landowners only allowed former slaves to work on their ...

History
what lead to the belief that Galveston new government system, created after the Galveston hurricane of 1900 hurt the poor This is for connexus help

American History
what negative impact did gold and silver mining have in the west A) Tent cities near the mines fostered criminals as long-term residents B) Ghost towns were left behind after the mines stopped producing C) Mining camps were sources of many contagious diseases OR D) Mass ...

History
What do the grasslands of North America and Africa have in common? Describe their biodiversity and one of the physical processes that shapes their geography. Connexus Quiz please help ASAP Thanks guys

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Name the two factors that give federal courts jurisdiction over a case? (in your own words.) please explain.

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