1. Honors US history.. PLEASE HELP!!

    How did the success of the civil rights movement and abolishment of slavery open doors to the election of the first Black American President of the United States, Barack Obama? I don't know how to answer this! PLEASE HELP ASAP!
  2. Statistics

    The AP reported that in a sample of 507 people only 142 correctly described the Bill of Rights as the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Calculate a 95% confidence interval for the proportion of the entire population that could give a correct
  3. US history HELP

    The fact that “We Shall Overcome” became the civil rights anthem showed the powerful influence in the movement of: 1. black evangelical churches 2. popular music 3. liberal white northerners 4. songwriters 5. Christians, regardless of their race 2 or 4
  4. History

    9.)Which women's rights leader worked with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to form the national woman suffrage association? A.)Susan B. Anthony B.)Frederick Douglass C.)Lucretia Mott*** D.)Sojourner Truth C?
  5. eth125

    Identify 7-10 leaders of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements and their contributions to their respective causes. How did these social pioneers forge the way for this important ratification? What legislation was relevant during these critical times?
  6. ETH 125

    Can someone help me with this question Identify leaders of the Civil Rights and Black Power movements and their contributions to their respective causes. How did these social pioneers forge the way for this important ratification? What legislation was
  7. English/ please revise

    this is my intro for a paper I am writing about ethnic conflict and nationalism. can you please revise and tell me if it sounds ok. thanx. Pakistan is not a single nation state, but a multi-national state composed of five major ethnic groups. Most of the
  8. history

    were anti-federalists mainly southern states, and federalists were northern? did they compromise by federalists adding the bill of rights into the constitution, that way it could be ratified?
  9. cj 220

    Write a 700- to 1,050-word essay in APA format explaining the theory and reality of law as a “living body.” In your essay, include the following: o Law as a “living body” · Law on books versus laws in action · Objectivity of law · Law as a
  10. american history

    . The Niagara Movement, headed by _______, sought equal rights for blacks. * A. William Lloyd Garrison B. Booker T. Washington C. W. E. B. Du Bois D. William E. Walling
  11. social studies 9

    Make an organizer to compare government under a republic (the commonwealth), an abcolute monarchy, and a constitutional monarchy. Use the following headings: the ruler, the role of law, and the rights of people.
  12. General

    Downloading resources from the Web is beginning to be fairly common. What do you think the legal issues are when doing this? Should people expect to give up property rights to material they have created when they post it on the Web? Why or why not?
  13. Government

    According to the doctrine of judicial restraint,the judiciary should A.defer to the decisions of elected officials. B.deny most appeals for retrials. C.deny individual rights when they conflict with the majority's desires. IS it (B)
  14. POL 201

    The federalists argued that a Bill of Rights was not necessary because? A. All basic protections were contained in the Constitution. B. the anti-Federalists were being irrational. C. it impedes the authority of the government. D. it would take too long to
  15. History

    What federal document did Susan B Anthony quote in the beginning of her speech in I believe 1872? I know she was trying to equal rights between women, and I think it would make sense for it to be the preamble to the Federal Constitution. Opinions?
  16. COMP100

    Downloading resources from the Web is beginning to be fairly common. What do you think the legal issues are when doing this? Should people expect to give up property rights to material they have created when they post it on the Web? Why or why not?
  17. social Studies-1 question

    George Washington warned that political parties would divide the nation. create lively debate. help the nation. destroy states' rights. I dunno if it's A or D. :/
  18. Social Studies

    Explain in what ways ideological beliefs and modern concerns for human rights and justice are challenging the traditional beliefs and practices of the communist state on china
  19. socials

    make an organizer to compare government under a republic(the commonwealth), an absolute monarchy, and a constitutional monarchy. Use the following headings: the ruler, the role of law, and the rights of people. can anyone please help me organize this?
  20. Am. History

    this is not a homework question but we are studying the Bill of Rights and my question is what, in laymans terms, is the significance of the 9th amendment? i have googled it and read many articles but i still can't get what it means. any information would
  21. 8th grade social studies

    6. In the debate over the constitution which of the following did the federalist favor A. A bill of rights B. A end to taxes C.a strong national government D. Strong state governments
  22. Social Studies

    What was one of the main advantage of the South? A.) A small population of free men B.) The Strong support of its white population C.) Its belief in states' rights D.) Its industrial base I think its either C or D
  23. Social Studies

    The Niagara Movement, headed by _______, sought equal rights for blacks. A. W. E. B. Du Bois B. Booker T. Washington C. William Lloyd Garrison D. William E. Walling Is it A?
  24. devry

    Downloading resources from the Web is beginning to be fairly common. What do you think the legal issues are when doing this? Should people expect to give up property rights to material they have created when they post it on the Web? Why or why not?
  25. college history

    The evolution of the socio-political and cultural milieu that created the conditions necessitating and including the formation of the: (a) Declaration of Independence (b) the Constitution (including the Bill of Rights)
  26. Politics

    The typical Democratic voter A. supports limited government B. supports civil rights C. is a corporate CEO D. favors fundamentalist Christian social positions The answer is D
  27. Government

    Most civil rights laws in the U.S. resulted from efforts made by and on behalf of A. women. B. Native Americans C. Asian Americans. D. African Americans. I said D am i right?
  28. Human Rights

    Where does Thailand stand on Torture? I know that they torture Muslims, but does the government deny this? Do they have any policies regarding torture? Are they reaching a peaceful resolution, or continuing it?
  29. ethincs

    Which of the following ethical frameworks suggests that morality should be linked to human nature, including a concern for human dignity and universal human rights
  30. English

    Can you please help me figure out what kind of writing this piece is considered? A Bill of Rights for Future Generations We, the people of the future, like the twenty thousand generations who came before us, have the right to breathe air that smells sweet,
  31. American Government

    I want to see if my answers are right. Here are just a few for now. 1. Which statement accurately explains the key difference between the divine right of kings and a constitutional government? A. The divine right of kings and a constitutional government
  32. Louis Riel Summation to Jury

    Yesterday I went through all the paragraphs and wrote brief summaries of them in my words. here are a couple of questions with my answers that I added on to.They are the ones from yesterday that I needed help with. What is Riels purpose in making this
  33. language

    victory-victories multiply-multiplies tiny-don't know thirsty-thirstness? justify-justified pray-prays or prayed dry-dryness anniversary-anniversaries? body-bodies rainy-not really sure comedy-comedies crazy-crazyness industry-industries decay-decayed?
  34. history

    5. Public Domain How is the U.S Constitution portrayed in this cartoon? A. always winning, despite attempts, to misinterpret it. B. losing to anyone willing to study and use it. C. too complex for any one person to interpret D. willing to crush anyone who
  35. history

    Which came first? A. Formation of the french revolution war b.execution of king louis xvi c. American bill of rights d.seven years war e. World war 1
  36. U.S.History

    the main goal of the Ku Klux Klan during Reconstruction was to a. prevent African Americans from exercising their rights b. gain control of state legislatures c. restore the Confederacy d. improve conditions for poor whites A this is just a guess
  37. Government

    A gender gap is most likely to occur in an election in which the major issue is A.war. B.women's rights. C.gun control. d.political ethics. e.school prayer. http://www.msmagazine.com/fall2004/gendergap.asp
  38. social studies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5. what is nativism? the partriotism that led to the americas success in ww1 the belief in the importance of rights for native americans the anti immagrant feeling that prevailed during 1920s the strenghthening of national military prowess
  39. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Which example best shows the United States as a mediator? Debating human rights with china Supporting democracy in the Philippines Promoting a peace agreement in Bosnia Encouraging the end of apartheid in South Africa. Would it be C?
  40. S.s

    1. Which is an example of checks and balances? (1 point) The constitution contains a bill of rights that details the basic rights of the state’s citizens. The constitution clearly outlines voting requirements and the qualifications for holding public
  41. math

    With income earned by selling the rights to his life story, an actor invests some of the money at 3% and 30,000 more than twice as much at 4%. The total annual interest earned from the investments is $5600. How much is invested at each rate?
  42. business

    a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation describing the evolution of business. • Include information about the following points: o Feudalism o Mercantilism o Capitalism o Commerce o Property rights o The Industrial Revolution
  43. Law

    Each of the following is a duty or responsibility of the United Nations EXCEPT: A. Promote respect for human rights B. Fight terrorism and drug trafficking C. Assist refugees D. Consumer protection in the United States is it D
  44. ethics

    When confronted with a moral dilemma, care ethics encourages us to consider: Answer Relevant duties and imperatives. Equality and proportionality. Situational factors and the needs of all involved. Natural and legal rights.
  45. government?

    Which feature did the State constitutions and the Articles of Confederation have in common? a. royal governors b. bill of rights c. principle of popular sovereignty d. a strong executive elected by popular vote
  46. World History

    I need the differences between the 21st century and the 19th century for the following areas: education, legal rights, and family. You don't have to give me the answer i just need a website I want to be able to get it on my own I am not good at researching
  47. SOCIAL STUDIES 9

    I really need help on this question so please help me. Make an organizer to compare government under a republic (the commonwealth), an abcolute monarchy, and a constitutional monarchy. Use the following headings: the ruler, the role of law, and the rights
  48. Social Studies

    What is the connection among sectionalism, slavery, and states’ rights as causes of the Civil War? How did the southern response to the 1860 election results demonstrate this connection? ///I’m not looking for an answer I just want someone to explain
  49. English 7 Essay: Rosa Parks (Ms. Sue)

    Ms. Sue can you check my essay is it good. Btw we did the conclusion today at class (last paragraph). I did the mistakes I made yesterday (that you told me to change). Rosa Parks A person's characteristics are shaped by the setting and beliefs of society
  50. History

    Can someone check my answers please? thank you. Why did president Johnson veto the civil rights act of 1866? A. he believed too many US citizens would loose their right to vote B. he believed blacks were given too many rights that they were not prepared to
  51. Social Studies

    Britain guaranteed the rights of French Canadians in the ? 1 Quebec Act 2. Act of Union. 3. British North America Act 4 Dominion of Canada. Thanks
  52. social studies

    Why Must citizens fulfill responsibilities? A.) To keep too many people from being citizens. B.) To avoid breaking the law or going to jail. C.) To keep the government in power. D.) To protect the rights of all citizens. I chose D
  53. World history; Check:P

    Before the 1500s, who and what were the final authorities with regard to most knowledge? The church and it's leaders, the bible, and the king/queen. If they could not come up with an answer to a question, they would say that God did it. 2.What was the
  54. Civics

    7.   The original purpose of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 was to  A. develop the principle of states' rights. B. solve the slavery issue. C. revise the Articles of Confederation. D. elect the first president of the United States.  C?
  55. History

    I am stuck on the question "How did the southern response to the 1860 election results demonstrate the connection among sectionalism, slavery, and the states' rights?" Can someone link me a website? Please don't give me the answer because I like history.
  56. histroy

    all powers not delegated the united states by the constitution..are reserved to the states respectively or by the people "this language drafted by____and incorporated into the____amendment bill of rights was intended to adress the concerns of the
  57. US History

    14. The main argument in support of the Bill of Rights was that A. they would help opponents of slavery gain the upper hand B.without them the US would be a republic government C.they would protect them the people from a tyrannical government D.without
  58. english

    Would this be a good thesis for an expository essay? "People’s attitude toward animal rights changed in the Renaissance, the 19th century, and the 20th century by becoming more considerate towards animals that were powerless in the past before humans."
  59. life science, maths lit,agric,geography, life orie

    Criticality discuss six way that human Rights violation influence individually, groups and broader south African community
  60. Social Studies

    Which of the following characteristics of all states are also shared by the United States? Select all that apply. (4 correct answers) 1- Open Borders 2- Government 3- Population 4- Sovereignty 5- Territory 6- Universal Rights *My best answer: 3, 4, 5, 6
  61. College History

    Comment on what James Baldwin said of the Civil rights movement challenging the Unites States to rethink “What it really means by freedom, including whether freedom, applied to all Americans or only to part of the population.
  62. The Curriculum

    Which of the following is not part of negotiating a conflict? A. Enforcing your preferred solution B. Explaining the reasons behind a suggested solution C. Accepting reasonable disagreement D. Listening to and acknowledging others' rights, opinions, and
  63. american government

    an example of a policy that aimed chiefly to overcome defacto discrimination is: a. the equal rights admendment B. busing the chieve racial integration in the schools C. the brown v board of education of topeka ruling D. the fourteen amendment
  64. Economics

    I said C to this question but im not for sure if im right can someone help please? In what way does the Bill of Rights protect individuals' freedom to engage in business activities? A. It recognizes property righs. B. It denies the government the ability
  65. U.S.History

    i have to make a graphic organizer showing causes of the American Revolution. i have written down: 1.French and Indian War 1. 2. 2.New British Taxes 1. 2. 3.New Ideas about Natural Rights 1. 2. now i have to write at least two examples of colonists'
  66. Social studies

    "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal,that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and their pursuit of happiness." How does this excerpt from the Declaration
  67. SOCIAL STUDIES PLEASE HELP CHECK ANSWER

    Which example best shows the United States as a mediator? A. Debating human rights with China**** B. Supporting democracy in the Philippines C. Promoting a peace agreement in Bosnia D. Encouraging the end of apartheid in Africa
  68. history

    the Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education ended a. the "separate but equal" doctrine b. Jackie Robinson's career in baseball c. Eisenhower's support of civil rights d. discrimination in the hiring of federal employees A
  69. Basic English

    In which sentence is the underlined word a preposition? A. The Constitution calls for equal rights for all. B. It was a sunny day, but Jane remained indoors. C. Senator Young objected to the bill, but he didn't say why. D. She skipped her breakfast, for it
  70. ss - 1 question!

    5. What is nativism? (1 point) the patriotism that led to America's success in World War I the belief in the importance of rights for Native Americans the anti-immigrant feeling that prevailed during the 1920s the strengthening of national military prowess
  71. Management

    When Nike yielded to pressure from uman rights groups and agreed to close its manufacturing plants located in developing nations,they were acting as (a) proactive, (b) accommodative, (c) defensive, or (d) environmental managers. I chose (c) for my answer.
  72. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Which examples best shows the united states as a mediator? A.) Debating human rights with China B.) Supporting democracy in the Philippines C.) Promoting a peace agreement in Bosnia D.) Encouraging the end of apartheid in the South America Is it C? <3
  73. HSM210 Human Services in the United States

    I am not sure that I am grasping the concept of this assignment.. Could someone please read through my answers and let me know what you think? Thanks so much! (my answers are the letter or letters in front of the #'s) CRITICAL THINKING ACTIVITIES #1
  74. social studies

    Compare the Freedom Charter with the United States Constitution. What rights and guarantees does the Charter call for that are different from those in the Constitution?
  75. world history

    Compare the Freedom Charter with the United States Constitution. What rights and guarantees does the Charter call for that are different from those in the Constitution?
  76. business

    I need help understandinddifferent ethics duty-based, consequence-based, rights-based, human nature, relativistic and entitlement-based
  77. Business Law

    please can you help me in this: Ethical Systems Table Ethical Systems Table Directions: 1. Fill in brief definitions of each primary ethical theory. 2. Identify alternate names or variations of each ethical system based on your reading of the text and
  78. AP Government

    what were the anti-federalists and federalists views on civil liberties, civil rights, state powers, and economy
  79. US History

    What's the difference between a conservative African American and liberal African American in the context of civil rights leaders
  80. history

    please check these which of the following is a reason the United States became involved in affairs in the Middle East following World War II? a. to limit Jewish immigration into the region b. to prevent oil-rich Arab nations from falling under Soviet
  81. law

    What kind of questions trigger the reading of the miranda rights? Is there a case that deals with this specific issue... whether the question asked by the police was part of an interrogation or just an informal question getting basic information? Do these
  82. American Politics

    Which of the following was a primary influence on the Framers as they drafted the Constitution? A. French Revolution B. French and Indian Wars C. advocacy for states' rights by John Adams. D. revising the Articles of Confederation Is D. the answer
  83. Language

    I need help answering this question.. How did you or your family deal or cope with these issues? These are the social justice issues i came up with : Poverty, Alcohol & drinking, violence, racism, and lack of human rights.. I know it's my own opinion but I
  84. Politics

    What 20th century political scandal recalled the historical tensions that developed between feminists and civil rights activists in the nineteenth century? In the Supreme Court it raised issues of race and gender.
  85. Life orientation

    Write a report. Evaluate one organization that you think is making a useful contribution to our country in terms of addressing human rights violation. Give at least 3 practical examples. Discuss in detail why you chose this organization.
  86. AP European History

    Im supposed to do this outine on the Glorious Revolution and for the 2 part it says list and explan 3 The public policy changes that took place does that mean like William and MArys Bill of rights, and the toleration act as well as the Act of settlement im
  87. American Goverment

    In the United States, the emphasis on individual rights helped to shape A. a powerful foreign policy. B. a sense of national identity. C. a strict class system. D. a system of religious intolerance. ?? help Please.
  88. SS

    1. What is a definition of citizenship A. having to be born in a country b. being a full and equal member of a nation c.having pledged to respect and support a government valus*** d.Full filling all the responsibilities and having all the rights of living
  89. history

    The ______________________________ signaled the end of the Reconstruction era and completed the repudiation of the idea, born during the Civil War and pursued during Congressional Reconstruction, of a powerful federal government protecting the rights of
  90. business law

    can someone give me an example of case about business and the bill of rights I am confused on what kind of case i need to find and brief?
  91. government

    Growth of Democracy "The United States intends to be and independent and self-governing nation" is the essential message of the a.Declaration of Independence b.Articles of Confederation c.United States Constitution or d.Bill of Rights Declaration --
  92. Law

    What are some barriers of human rights in 2012? Specifically for: -Women -Immigrants -Aboriginal People -People with disabilities For women, I said that they are still paid less than men that do the same work.
  93. History

    How does the Supreme court affect the rights of citizens? *They affect citizens by looking into judical law before correcting political circumstances. Is my answer okay or should I fix it? Can you help me? I'm not 100% sure. Thank you :)
  94. Socials Studies

    The royal charter gave the HBC "exclusive" trading rights in a vast area of Canada. What is meant by "exclusive trading righters"? Can someone please help me. Thanks very much.
  95. U.S History

    Jacksonian Democracy is associated with which of the following? A) rejection of states’ rights B) rejection of a national bank** C) rejection of weakening the central government D) rejection of strict interpretation of the Constitution
  96. government

    Cases involving the decide the limits government power rights of individual answers are, statutory laws, administrative law, constitutional law
  97. History

    Why did the Civil Rights Movement emerge when it did? What tactics did it use, and how did those tactics change over time? What were the consequences for the movement as it incorporated demands for economic and cultural equality?
  98. us history

    I'm doing a mock trial defending Andrew Jackson being impeached. He is being indicted for violating states' rights in his dealings with South Carolina in the nullification crisis. I'm finding it extremely hard to find any info to form reasons to defend
  99. History

    The roots of the Iranian hostage crisis resided in: 1. Jimmy Carter’s emphasis on human rights. 2.the Shah of Iran’s despotic regime. 3.economic inflation in the United States. 4. America’s isolationist stance in foreign affairs. I think it's either
  100. History

    Which of presidents carters politics best explains his defeat in the 1980 election? A reforms to social security and the tax code ***** B support for human rights C foreign policy in the Middle East D constructive responses to inflation Is this correct?

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