1. american history

    The Niagara Movement, headed by ____, sought equal rights for blacks A: William Lloyd Garrison B: William E Walling C: Booker T Washington D: W.E.B Du Bois I'm torn between C and D. The book I'm studying from and the websites I've looked at aren't very
  2. History

    What did John Locke believe? Absolute monarchs have the right to rule through divine right. God should not be involved in the affairs of mankind. All governments should have three branches with equal power. <~my choice It is the governments job to
  3. History 11

    I am not getting a clear answer. I show what I think is correct: Which of the following is a successful result of the Reconstruction? states could limit voting rights in elections more African Americans could go to school segregation kept the races apart
  4. History

    Can someone help me? I need to check my answer. Due to inequality and unfairness, Thurgood Marshall argued that.. A: "separate, but equal" must stand. B:he should join the Supreme Court C: Linda Brown should attend a black school D: it is important to
  5. social studies

    4.What was the Antifederalists’ greatest opposition to the Constitution? A. They wanted to keep power in the hands of large business owners. B. They worried it would create the same abuses of power that the colonies faced.* C. It outlawed slavery in the
  6. English

    Can you please tell me if the parts included in brackets are grammatically wrong? Thank you. 1) Slaves had to harvest and grow sugar cane (not sugar canes). 2) Slaves couldn’t speak their language, call themselves with their names or practice their
  7. World Literature- Mary Wollstonecraft

    In Mary Wollstonecraft's "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman" where does Wollstonecraft use the rhetoric appeal of Logos?
  8. government

    6. Through the grants of power in the Constitution, the Framers sought to: (Points : 5) define the powers of state governments. create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only. enumerate the rights of individuals. both
  9. Histoty- Help Miss Sue

    All of the following are correct about nineteenth century Liberalism EXCEPT: A. having economic and political components. B. supporting the idea of civil rights. C. wanting to limit governmental power. D. opposing limiting governmental power. d
  10. computer question

    The project that I have is on chaper 6 on my text book which is the "Application Software" which includes the Software Ownership rights for the Commercial Software, Shareware, Freeware, Public domain software. I have to discuss the Ethical or Legal
  11. English 101, Politics

    This is for my English 101 class, I have to write a 3 page paper. Why did the recent history of liberalism and neoconservatism curiously mirror and parallel the modern African American civil rights movement?
  12. American history

    "All powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution . . . are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." This language, drafted by _______ and incorporated into the _______ Amendment of the Bill of Rights was intended to address
  13. Government

    The contention that constitution contains moral language that justifies the vigorous protection of individual rights by the judiciary is a view compatible with: A.judicial restraint. B.judicial activism. C.analytical jurisprudence. D.precedent-based
  14. History

    Hello can someone please help me with this question. 10. All of the following are correct about nineteenth century Liberalism EXCEPT: (Points: 5) having economic and political components. supporting the idea of civil rights. wanting to limit governmental
  15. american history

    "All powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution . . . are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." This language, drafted by _______ and incorporated into the _______ Amendment of the Bill of Rights was intended to address
  16. government

    Through the grants of power in the Constitution, the Framers sought to: (Points : 5) define the powers of state governments. create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only. enumerate the rights of individuals. both
  17. History: Constitution

    Help on writing thesis: Would you have been a Federalist or Anti-Federalist? Explain your response using specific information about the ratification of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Articles of Confederation, the size of the nation, and power
  18. history

    All of the following are truewith regard to the French philosophers except a. Their ideas sparked the french revolutin b. they promoted the rights of the lower classes, the min participants in the French Revolution c. They contributed to the new forms of
  19. American Government Please Check

    Which of the following are reasons why Madison supported the ratification of the Constitution in the Federalist Papers? Select all that apply. a. power of the executive branch b. competent representation in government*** c. checks and balances d. limited
  20. Social Studies

    Jury duty is A right, because it is discussed in the US constitution A right, because only some citizens are required to do it. A responsibility, because citizens citizens do it to help protect people's rights A responsibility because judges cannot make
  21. CHECK MY ANSWERS American Government

    *** By my answer Please check! 1. Which statement best describes the importance of the Magna Carta? (1 point) British judges should hold judicial power. Even the king must respect certain rights of the people.*** Federalism is the best form of government.
  22. Social science

    According to Justice William O. Douglas, where can zones of privacy (the right to privacy) be found in the Constitution? Question 2 options: throughout the Constitution in the penumbras of the Bill of Rights in the First Amendment in the writings of the
  23. English

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) Answer At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility; it is our's. The
  24. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is b. A.At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. B.Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility; it is our's.
  25. english II

    MECHANICS (errors in the use of apostrophes) the answer is a. A.At one time, "yes, ma'am" and "no, sir" were some boys' and girls' respectful responses to adults' questions. B.Safeguarding the environment is not somebody elses responsibility; it is our's.
  26. English

    I left out a few sentences. Can you please check them? 1)England turned from an agricultural into an industrialized (not industrial) country. 2)The Indutrial Revolution caused an improvement in life (or in the living conditions). 3) The Luddites organized
  27. GEO

    A major objective of the South Pacific Forum founded in 1971 was A. identifying and resolving human rights concerns in the region. B. reconciling diverse cultural heritages. C. stopping French nuclear testing in the region. D. expanding the copra trade.
  28. 10GRADE HONOR WLD-HISTORY/ENGLISH

    How did the political and social ideas of the five philosophers John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Voltaire, Baron de Montesquieu, and Denis Diderot, impact social equality, democracy, human rights, constitutionalism, and nationalism?
  29. Business Law

    The bank took a security interest in the vehicle. ... The repair shop claimed a lien on the car for services and materials... Home Banc claimed priority. Discuss the rights of each party and determine which party is in the best position
  30. world history

    To what did the U.S. Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education refer? A. women's rights in America B. racial segregation in American schools C. the 1960s counterculture in America D. American reaction to terrorist attacks I say B.
  31. History

    Andrew Jacksone lection to the presidency of the US coincided with A.The start of civil war B.The end of mercantilistic policies imposed upon the US by Britan c.The end of US Mexican war D.The exntension of democracy to more people by extending voting
  32. History

    Andrew Jacksons election to the presidency of the US coincided with A.The start of civil war B.The end of mercantilistic policies imposed upon the US by Britan c.The end of US Mexican war D.The extension of democracy to more people by extending voting
  33. Social Studies

    How does the government of the United States most resemble the government of the Roman republic? A. All citizens have the right to vote. B. Women have equal rights with men. C. Different government bodies check one another’s powers. D. A written
  34. world history

    a report card on napoleon's accomplishment.mark him pass or fail in the areas listed below -representative government -legion of honor -government leadership -military skills -organization of local government -rights of labor union
  35. Social Studies | Check my work

    Multiple Choice: 1.) What document signed in 1689, later inspired the creation of the American Bill of Rights? a.) the Magna Carta b.) the English Bill of Rights c.) the Pennsylvania Constitution d.) the Navigation Acts. 2.) How did England view its North
  36. History

    1. Why is Lincoln giving a speech at Gettysburg? A.To declare the Confederacy an outlaw nation B.To declare that to goal of the Union is to abolish slavery C.To dedicate a national cemetery for Union and Confederate dead D.To try Confederate soldiers for
  37. English

    I included other sentences I turned into indirect speech. Where can I find exercises on the use of indirect speech so that I don't have to invent all the sentences myself? Thank you. 1) Why don’t we go for a walk? She suggested going for a walk. 2)I gave
  38. Social Studies

    8.Which point in the Virginia Plan was objected to by supporters of the New Jersey Plan? A. Larger states should have more representatvies in Congress B. Congress requires greater power C. The government needs an executive branch D. The government needs a
  39. S.S

    Why is James Madison considered to be the father of the Constitution? A. His ideas about democratic government influenced the writing of the Constitution B. He wrote the Declaration of Independence.**** C. He wrote the Anti-Federalist Papers, protecting
  40. economics

    Which is likely to have the larger effect on the CPI, a 2 percent increase in food or a 3 percent increase in diamond rights? (Hint: Assume a normally distributed country with male:female ratio of 1:1) Can anyone please give me some hints to do it???or
  41. World

    I have to debate on why Athens is better than Sparta as a city state using the topic of women and children. I can't find anything to say on why Athens is better with the way they treat their women because in Sparta they have more privilege and rights. Can
  42. Civics

    In civics we had to define a concept and then give an example in the constitution. But I cant find a decent definition about social compact. And what is an example of it in a definition? I also cant find a good example of Representative and property
  43. 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
  44. SOCIAL STUDIES

    What underlying cause lead states to pass laws and at night late 1800s and requiring kids to attend school? A.) The necessary of an education workforce B.) The growth of civil rights movement C.) The increased number of women who work out of the home D.)
  45. history

    word bank: nullification, caucus, secede, suffrage, spoils system, pet bank, nomination convention, states' rights Choosing presidential candidates became more democratic when political parties began to hold __________________ that included delegates from
  46. us history

    Which of these Transcendentalist ideas had the most direct impact on the civil rights movement of the 20th century?  (6 points) A. God and nature are one and the same thing. B. People should peacefully protest unjust laws. C. Self-reflection is the most
  47. History--Ms. Sue, Writeacher, Reed??

    The women's-rights movement in the United States was first started by women who -faced economic discrimination in the workplace -had experience in other social-reform movements*** -were important figures in the Second Great Awakening. -had an impact on the
  48. history

    "That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men... Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it..." Which of the following historical persons would have been
  49. World Geography

    A major objective of the South Pacific Forum founded in 1971 was A. expanding the copra trade. B. reconciling diverse cultural heritages. C. identifying and resolving human rights concerns in the region. D. stopping French nuclear testing in the region.
  50. grammar

    1a.Did you know a famous animal-rights activist has criticized horseracing because of the dangers involved? 1b. Did you know a famous animal-rights activist have criticized horseracing because of the dangers involved? Subject-verb agreemnet? I choose b.
  51. 5th grade Soc Studies

    can you check my answers? Tell which Bill or Rights is being shown in the examples. You may use an amendment more than once. 1. Boopsie Bride decided to change churches when she got married and the government didn't care. ans: 1st amendment (right to
  52. Slavery

    Did Lincoln have the constitutional power to abolish slavery (before the 13th amendment)? Is this an opinion question? No. The power to enlave was reserved to the States. Slaves were not citizens of the US, so had no constitutional rights.
  53. World history

    How did the status of slaves in African society contrast with the Americas? What rights and opportunities were available to slaves in African but limited or prohibited in the Americas ?
  54. Social Studies 30-2

    In the article "An Example of Freedom of Expression" What is your response to the court's decision on Keegstra? How did Keegstra's individual right to freedom of expression conflict with the rights of others?
  55. Finance

    Can someone help me? 1. Categorize the types of consumer credit and state the advantages and disadvantages of each. 2. Describe your rights under the consumer credit laws and the differences among the laws.
  56. Civics

    If the issue is whether a person's civil rights have been violated in a court decision, through what levels of courts might that person appeal? Would it be Federal Courts of Appeal?
  57. life orientation ?

    Is it a violation of my human rights to be asked the same question time after time, day after day, week after week until I am ready to scream?
  58. AP US History

    When the south Carolina seceded in 1860 they seceded because Abe Lincoln was elected president. But, is the secession of South Carolina also an example of state's rights? if so, how?
  59. english

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  60. american government

    Through the grants of power in Constitution,the Framers sought to: a)define the powers of state government b)create a government in which sovereignty was invested in the national government only c)enumerate the rights of individuals d)both empower
  61. Political science

    I don't even know where to start with this. Please analyze the role of norms in the international system. Choose one international norm that has been promoted by an international organization and on the basis of real world examples analyze whether or not
  62. History

    A late-nineteenth-century Republican would have been more likely than a late-nineteenth-century Democrat to support? states' rights. reduced federal activity. reform legislation. lowered expenditures. help???
  63. Civics

    2.   One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions  A. are much longer. B. don't provide for a legislature. C. can't be amended. D. don't have bills of rights. ? Can't find it. 
  64. Civics

    2.   One main difference between the United States Constitution and state constitutions is that state constitutions  A. are much longer. B. don't provide for a legislature. C. can't be amended. D. don't have bills of rights. So your saying it's D?
  65. english checking

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  66. socials

    How has Britain’s political system impacted Canada’s political system (e.g., how, to a great extent, it’s modelled on it in the type of government we have, legal system, etc.)? Make sure to also include the influence of the English Bill of Rights and
  67. American History

    What were the main causes of the American Civil War? I have - Slavery States rights v.s. federal law Economic issues (tariffs) Westward expansion Election of Abraham Lincoln Can you help me elaborate some of these points? I have to pick three main ones to
  68. social studies

    Having trouble on this question. Which form of government gives independent rights and policy making decisions to smaller regions (like states or provinces) of the country which cannot be overridden by the main government. The choices are unitary,
  69. multiple choice economics

    Which law allowed states to pass right-to-work laws? A. Fair Labor and Standards Act of 1938 B. Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 C. Equal Pay Act of 1963 D. Civil Rights Act of 1964 I think its D
  70. Management

    Pat,a manager at State University, is deciding how to set up a procedure for registering online that gives students fair access to courses. Pat is engaged in the (a) utilitarian, (b) individual, (c) moral-rights, or (d) justice approach. I chose (b)
  71. checking if i paraphrased correctly

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  72. English

    Can you guys think of idea's for a bumper sticker based on ethics (Individual, Justice view, moral rights, utilitarian)? I need to create a paragraph based on this bumper sticker but I'm having trouble thinking of one.
  73. American government

    I'm writing a paper explaining how the constitution and its european influences support our modern ideas about american citizenship and the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen Can someone help me like give me some ideas I'm stuck on this paper
  74. science & politics

    does anywhere in the universal declaration of human rights provide any protection against such adverse consequences for human populations, especially for those who did not cause those consequences and have not benefited from global warming/global climate
  75. social studies

    1. Why was the Declaration of Independence important select all that apply 2. What is the relationship between the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights 3. Which ideas from the Declaration of Independence support women's suffrage
  76. chacking if i paraphrased correctly helppppppppppp

    I was wondering if I paraphrased correctly. The original article is:(my work is at the end ) Known as the "Napoleon of the women's rights movement," Susan B. Anthony was the co-founder (with Elizabeth Cady Stanton) of the National Woman Suffrage
  77. History

    Hi I have another question. How did George Mason influence the creation of the Bill of Rights? A. He refused to sign the U.S. Constitution B. He encouraged others to oppose the ratification of the constitution C. He assembled an antifederalist convention
  78. History

    Who was Anne Hutchinson? The first woman sent to prison for speaking out against the government The first female minister and a devoted supporter of religious freedom for all A founding member of the Quaker community and wife of leader, William A supporter
  79. World REgional Geography

    A major objective of the South Pacific Forum founded in 1971 was A. expanding the copra trade. B. reconciling diverse cultural heritages. C. stopping French nuclear testing in the region. D. identifying and resolving human rights concerns in the region.
  80. Social Studies

    What was a common thread in the fall of communist regimes throughout Eastern Europe? A) a decline in education and health care******* B) poor economies and demands for more rights C) a lack of strong leaders in communist governments D) support for military
  81. 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. d. decline to make any
  82. History

    The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments reflected the growing 19th century American trend of A) granting universal manhood suffrage. B) upholding rights of free speech and religion. C) decreasing the power of the Federal government. <my
  83. Help History

    How were the Revolutionary efforts of George Mason and Thomas Jefferson most alike? Both worked together to write the Declaration of Independence. Both initially refused to serve in the Constitutional Convention. Both served on the committee to negotiate
  84. Business Law

    Grocery, Inc. has a written contract with Cereal, Inc. to purchase 20 cases of cereal per month at $22 per case. The contract does not state the types of cereal or how the 20 cases will be divided among Grocery, Inc.’s 20 stores in Any State. After a
  85. social stuides

    What was the purpose of Jim crow laws in south Carolina? a. To stop African Americans from voting ** b. To stop poor whites from voting c. To take land for African Americans d. To help African Americans gain jobs What was the purpose of the freedmen’s
  86. government

    Name and explain 3 problems of the Articles of Confederation. How can I answer that question? You'll need to check your textbook to find the parts of the Articles of Confederation that were not included in the Constitution. Look for things like states'
  87. English help :)

    Aunt Elizabeth’s Dream Matthew Ramirez 1United States, 1919. Hanna and her sister, Ali, anxiously await their mother’s return. Their mother, who is the niece of the late Elizabeth Cady Stanton, is out voting for the first time since the passage of the
  88. Business Law

    The concept of federal law taking precedence over state or local law is commonly called the __________. A. Preemption Doctrine B. Bill of Rights C. Due Process Clause D. Free Exercise Clause Answer :B
  89. ethics

    The rising number of uninsured patients has led to an increased reliance on the hospital emergency room for routine non-emergency care. The EMTALA is an example of a law that impacts who must be seen when presenting to the emergency room seeking care. How
  90. english

    I was wondering if what i did is correct 1. Read Susan B. Anthony’s defense of her right to vote. Then, in 50-100 words, write a paragraph that paraphrases that speech. This is not the place to offer an opinion, but simply to paraphrase her opinion. Use
  91. BUSINESS Law HELP!

    B decided to give himself a combination graduation 18 Bday(will occur in 2 wks) gift and purchased a car which he could use. B found a car which he like at F's Used Car Lot. A sign in the windshield indicated that the sale price was $2,500. While he spoke
  92. Ethics

    The outlawing of slavery and extending voting rights to women seem to indicate that ethics can have beneficial results. Give an example from the past that indicates a similar result or a current social policy that might be regarded as wrong, which
  93. HIS

    How are the three branches of U.S. government supposed to interact? Is the system successful? Why or why not? Are the branches balanced in power? Why or why not? How was the conflict between supporters of a strong federal government and champions of
  94. American National Gov.

    The American bureaucracy conjures up the following images except cumbersome “red tape.” civil servants who are inefficient, unresponsive, and unhelpful. officials who have amassed power and who act against the rights of citizens. a system that can act
  95. us hist

    Andrew Johnson’s fundamental goal was to A) guarantee black political rights. B) preserve the economic power of the southern planters. C) fund public education for blacks. D) assist poor whites with free homesteads and public education. Is D Correct?
  96. ethics

    The outlawing of slavery and extending voting rights to women seem to indicate that ethics can have beneficial results. Give an example from the past that indicates a similar result or a current social policy that might be regarded as wrong, which
  97. social studies

    what was the purpose of the code noir ? a) to keep the enslaved people from having civil rights b) to govern the conduct of enslaved people c) to free the enslaved people after a certain number of service years d) the legalize slavery
  98. US History

    I need someone to check my answers for my homework.. 2.) During the first half of the 1800s, on which of the following did the Southern economy rely? A factory system B new immigrants !!!!!C plantation system D extensive barter 3.)What did the temperance
  99. Social Studies (Check Answers)

    7. How did the great compromise settle the problem of representation in congress? A) it allowed all states to have equal numbers of representatives in congress**** B) it gave each state two senators and a number of representatives based on population C) it
  100. Social Studies

    the first state constitutions adopted after independence? A.Placed most authority with the State governors B. provided for lengthy terms for elective offices C. placed most authority with the State legislatures D. extended voting rights to all adult state

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