Colonial Voting. please help Please be more specific about what you need, and we'll be glad to help you.

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  1. Civics

    Why was the Voting Rights Act of 1965 necessary? Select the two correct answers. A. Each citizen must be ruled by the same laws. B. Each citizen must be able to participate in government. C. Each citizen must have the protections of the Bill of Rights. D.

  2. US history HELP

    Which of the following statements is true? a. Political parties are unimportant in the organization of the U.S. Congress. b. Party-line voting rarely occurs in Congress. c. Party-line voting has increased in recent years. d. Partisanship makes virtually no

  3. History

    Why was the Voting Rights Act of 1965 necessary? Select the two correct answers. A. Each citizen must be ruled by the same laws. B. Each citizen must be able to participate in government. C. Each citizen must have the protections of the Bill of Rights. D.

  4. History

    "He that will not work, shall not eat." Which problem of colonial America is John Smith addressing in this statement? -Arriving colonists focused most of their time on finding gold. -Indentured servants and slaves often rebelled against their unfair

  5. social studies pls help I need the answer kow

    Following the Voting Rights Act of 1965, what problem did some groups of people continue to face when trying to vote? A. Some states banned all efforts to register voters. B. Many states required literacy tests. C. Ballots were only printed in English. D.

  6. History

    The voting rights act of 1965 did not end discrimination but what did it do? A. Increase culture segregation of Neighbors in the North. B.It remove obstacles like literacy test for African Americans voting in the south. C.It increase racial inequality in

  7. History

    The Voting Rights act of 1965 made it legal for states to A)charge votes a pole tax before casting a vote B)require a person to take an English test before voting C)refuse to allow people to vote based on their race or gender D)fine anyone who interferes

  8. History

    1)What was the most significant challenge that Miguel Trujillo had to overcome to vote? A)New Mexico's constitution barred Native Americans from voting. B)The U.S. Constitution allowed race-based voting restrictions. C)New Mexico allowed only people who

  9. Georgia Studies

    Can someone check if I answered this question correctly? What is the county unit system? Ans- The county unit system gave each county a number of voting units based on the size of the population. For example, a city that is highly populated could get 8

  10. government

    the constitution forbids states to a. seth the same requirements for voting in the state and federal elections b. set residence requirements for voters c. set an age higher than 18 as the minimum age for voting d. require voters to register c

  11. Global history

    Which of the following summarizes an effect of imperialism? A. Colonial markets were closed to manufactured goods from the colonizing power. B. Land was distributed equally among the main social classes. C. Colonial economies became devoted to

  12. u.s. history

    Which of these is a major reason colonists came to Massachusetts? "Colonial America has great farmland." "Colonial America offers religious freedom." "The American colonies are rich with resources, such as gold." "The American colonies offer a second

  13. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How did the French system of colonial rule differ from that of Great Britain? A: The French system of colonial rule differed from that of Great Britain in several ways. In Great Britain, the colonial rule was indirect, keeping the old African elite in

  14. US Government

    Non-voting is a huge problem in the US because... A)many Americans think voting does not make a difference. B)most voters think that all elections are of equal importance. C)many illegal aliens vote. D)most Americans do not believe in democracy I know its

  15. us history

    What were religious groups who came to the New World looking for? a. Religious freedom for all religious groups. b. Equality for all. c. To avoid religious and civil persecution. d. To expand their religion throughout the colonies. A For what reason did

  16. ELA

    What did some feel was a key problem with the Fifteenth Amendment? It did not extend voting rights to women. It only allowed freed slaves to vote. It did not extend voting rights to those without property. It only allowed those in certain states to vote.

  17. English III A

    3. which of the following statements about early American and colonial literature is true? A) the literature primarily focuses on religious themes. B)the voices of women and minorities are absent from this period C) early American and colonial literature

  18. U.S history

    Was Slavery the basis of freedom in colonial America? This what I hvae written I feel like its to much and would like to shorten it and make it sound more college level plz help. In colonial America slavery was the basis of freedom. In areas such as Europe

  19. adult education

    making copious reference to fanon's text the wretched earth,give as many arguments for anti-colonial violence as you can identify in his essay.evaluate each of the arguments by considering objections against it and see if fanon's argument can be resued

  20. ELA

    Read this passage from Through the Looking-Glass. By this time it was getting light. "The crow must have flown away, I think,” said Alice: "I'm so glad it's gone. I thought it was the night coming on.” "I wish I could manage to be glad!” the Queen

  21. American History

    Discuss actions of the U.S. Government toward Native Americans from the colonial period until 1890. Describe three specific events or issues that demonstrate the Government attitude and desires. Question 68 answers

  22. World History (Ms. Sue)

    How did the French system of colonial rule differ from that of Great Britain? A: The French system of colonial rule differed from that of Great Britain in many ways. In Great Britain, the system was basically a fraud because British administrators made all

  23. goverment help

    Which of these statements describes the state of voting rights from colonial times until 1971? They became more limited. They became more complicated. They were extended to more people. They were extended to only selected groups. c or D Which demographic

  24. English

    Can anyone give me details or tell me what else should I talk/ more information on something. I ran out of ideas/ thoughts. This is what I got. What media would you use for your communication skills to advertise? I would used the television for my

  25. Civics

    Which of the following is the most accurate source of information that voters can use when evaluating a political candidate's qualifications? A commentator's views on the candidate's voting history Campaign literature published by the candidate*** Discuss

  26. Colonial Votes

    Have any info on colonial voting What do you want to know about colonial voting? Since we had 13 colonies for over 150 years, there's a lot of information about this subject. Please be specific about what you need.

  27. COLONIAL VOTING

    I NEED SOME INFO ON COLONIAL VOTING. I HAVE THIS REPORT TO DO. HERE ARE SOME QUESTIONS. WHO GOT TO VOTE? HOW DID THEY HOLD AN ELECTION POLL? HOW DID THEY VOTE? IF YOU COULDN'T READ OR WRITE,WHAT DID YOU DO? You have to go to the history of each state for

  28. US History

    14. New France was shaped mainly by a. raising cash crops b. the fur trade c. enslaving Native Americans d. the search for gold B? 15. Which one of the following helped the colonial legislatures come to dominate colonial government? a. The king appointed

  29. English

    1. I am glad because my dog gives birth to four puppies. 2. I am glad because my dog gave birth to four puppies. 3. I was glad because my bog gave birth to four babies. 4. I was glad because my dog had given birth to four babies. (Which expressions are

  30. Science/ Social Studies

    I need help with those two subjects. Please tell us specifically what you need help with, and we'll try to help. If you have a question, please post it along with what you think the answer may be. I need alot of help in those subjects because I got an N in

  31. History

    what are two terms for agreemants between the settlers of the colonial that set up a form of government ?( during the colonial period)? A.)Parliaments& Parchments B.) Pinky Swears & Blood Oaths C.) Compacts & Covenants D.) Constitutions & Confederations

  32. Science

    The theory of demographic transition is based on the idea that industrial development causes __________ and ___________ progress that affect population growth rates. Please check your assigned reading and post your answer. We'll be glad to help you when we

  33. Science

    China has implemented a campaign to reduce birth rates that includes _____________ rewards for single child families. Please check your assigned reading and post your answer. We'll be glad to help you when we see your thoughts about this subject. great?

  34. Music

    European countries used different styles of colonial rule in the Caribbean. How did differences in colonial rule affect musical development in the Caribbean? Please help me with this question, I am getting really frustrated and don't know how to answer it.

  35. History

    What colonial body created the declaration of independence? A.)The first Contential Congress B.) 2nd Contential Congress C.)Colonial Assembly D.) The Constitutional Convention

  36. S.S. help

    What were some unusaual uses for colonial clothing? Were they made of weird material? You are searching for information that is so specific that you have to be prepared for the possibility that none of it may be online. Or some may be, and some may not. In

  37. us history until 1877

    By 1700 the British colonies on the North American mainland were remarkably different, and in many ways isolated from one another. As late as 1760 Benjamin Franklin declared that a union of the colonies was “not merely improbable, it is impossible,”

  38. U.S. History

    please check these: 1. The French and Indian War led to: a. a massive migration to Canada b. a weakening of colonial loyalty to Britain c. the end of Britain's involvement in colonial affairs d. an increased colonial dependence on britain i picked B 2. Why

  39. government

    What did the Voting Rights Act not address? A. the inadequacy of the Fifteenth Amendment in securing voting rights B. the use of preventative measures like literacy tests and polling taxes C. the right to vote absentee for any election in one’s home

  40. discrete math

    Consider the weighted voting system [q:5,3,1]. find the banzhaf power distributing of this weighted voting system when : q=5 and q=8

  41. U.S. History

    please tell me if these are right or not. my choice are in CAPS 1. the Antifederalists opposed the Costitution becasue they thought it a. gave the federal government too much power B. PROVIDED NO WAY TO CHANGE THE CONSTITUTION c. gave the state governments

  42. English Grammar

    e.g. glad / Jane You should pay attention to the a sound in the word glad. Focus on the /ei/ sound in 'Jane'. The ei sound is a diphthong. When there is a consonant followed by silent e at the end in one syllable word, generally the letter a is pronounced

  43. SIMPLE RESEARCH

    HOW DID A COLONIAL ELECTION WORK. IF YOU COULDN'T READ OR WRITE HOW DID U VOTE? see below. http://www.answers.com/topic/election "In colonial America the election of church and public officials dates almost from the founding of the Plymouth Colony, and the

  44. government

    today many states require that all voters: a. be citizens of the united states and residents of the state b. meet specific literary requirements c. be familiar with the candidates and issues before voting d. be natural-born citizens of the united states i

  45. History

    The voting rights act of 1965 did not end discrimination but what did it do? A. Increase culture segregation of Neighbors in the North. B.It remove obstacles like literacy test for African Americans voting in the south. C.It increase racial inequality in

  46. Colonial Times

    Colonial Voting. please help Please be more specific about what you need, and we'll be glad to help you.

  47. Colonial Times

    colonial government info. please help Please be more specific about what you need. Which time period? Which colony? If you give us more information, we'll be glad to help you.

  48. S.S.

    Have any info on colonial voting what is qualla boundary men only! no women. Please check these sites: (Broken Link Removed) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qualla_Boundary

  49. History

    What is the significance of the Mayflower Compact, Virgina House of Burgesses, and colonial town meetings? How are these terms related? Please tell us what you think. We'll be glad to critique your answer. tell me everyone who fought in the french and

  50. social studies

    I need help on these questions: 1.) What is the name of someone who sold wares and spread news in Colonial Times? 2.) What did children ages six to eight attend in the Colonial Times? 3.) Windows were made by soaking cloth in WHAT oil? 4.) What is the game

  51. U.S. History

    1. the French and Indian War led to a. a massive migration to Canada b. a weakening of colonial loyalty to Britain c. the end of Britain's involvement in colonial affairs d. an increased colonial dependence to Britain im not sure about this..i think its A

  52. american government

    Voter registration in the United States: a)was introduced as a means of keeping white males without property from voting b)applies to voting in general elections but not primary elections c)has been a device by which official have discouraged some groups

  53. English

    1. Meeting her, I will be very glad. 2. If I meet her, I will be very glad. 3. When I meet her, I will be very glad. 4. As I meet her, I will be very glad. 5. Because I meet her, I will be very glad. 6. Because I will meet her, I will be very glad.

  54. English

    1. Meeting her, I will be very glad. 2. When I meet her, I will be very glad. 3. If I meet her, I will be very glad. 4. As I meet her, I will be very glad. 5. As I will meet her, I will be very glad. (Are they all the same? Which one is correct, #4 or #5?)

  55. another voting question

    Casting a vote based on what a candidate pledges to do about certain issues is called: prospective issue voting or retrospective issue voting Isn't this called prospective issue voting? yes... you are right. My experience is it more closely relates to

  56. govt

    Why not simply make voting compulsory or tie voting to the receipt of government benefits?

  57. 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

  58. ss

    where can i get colonial info This is a fantastic site!!!! http://falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/colonial.htm what is a buffer

  59. English

    Which option was used to revise this sentence? I am so glad to see you! Am I ever glad to see you!

  60. government

    Would a program of reforms to increase voting turnout need to focus on the cost of voting, the benefits, or both? What do current reform proposals prioritize?

  61. govt

    Would a program of reforms to increase voting turnout need to focus on the cost of voting, the benefits, or both? What do current reform proposals prioritize?

  62. 12th grade

    the voting right act of 1965 specially removed from voting in the U.S.

  63. world history

    the evolution of the socio political milieu during colonial period, including protestant, christinity impact on colonial social life

  64. History

    When was the evolution of the socio- political milieu during the colonial period including Protestant Christianity's impact on colonial social life

  65. social studies

    Hi i need to identify and discuss 3 specific acts of the british in the 1760s that led to colonial restiance against british authority. Do you have any examples I could use? Also are there any from the 1770s?

  66. History

    The evolution of the socio-political milieu during the colonial period, including Protestant Christianity's impact on colonial social life. Can any one give me some insite? Tammy

  67. government

    the gender gap refers to a. a comparison of the numbers of male to female voters b. split-ticket voting c. the differences in the voting patterns of men and women d. loyalty to a political party a

  68. English

    1. He stopped smoking. (Does it mean that he stopped smoking forever or does it mean he stopped smoking for the time being?) 2. He quit/quitted smoking. (What about this one? Is it the same as #1? Do we have to use 'quit' or 'quitted'?) 3. He awoke to find

  69. American government

    I am to develop a policy to increase voter turnout. It is to be a powerpoint presentation. I want to addresses such things as online voting, lowering the voter, and early voting. I am not sure if this is the right way to go. Can someone please help me.

  70. Women

    do you know any non married colonial women who were heros Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here are two books that may help you: Lyons, Clare A. "Single in the Quaker City" Reviews in American History - Volume 29, Number 1, March 2001,

  71. math

    Compare these voting methods: Majority, Plurality, Borda, Hare, Pairwise Comparison, Tournament, and Approval by: o Indicating the advantage and disadvantage of implementing each method in conducting the next presidential election. o Give an example where

  72. math,help

    Can someone show me how do i multiply the following fractions: (n^2-n-20)/(2n^2) times (n^2+5n)/(n^2-25) When you multiply fractions, you just multiply straight across. So if you have: 1/3 * 1/4 1*1 ---- 3*4 That's 1/12 With that in mind, let's look at

  73. S.S

    the article of confederation were ratified more slowly because of disagreements over.. a)the number of votes each colony would have in congress. b)Congress's use of colonial soldiers. c)Colonies wanting control over land in the west. b)role of the courts

  74. History

    How can I support the following statement? "English colonial expansion was better than the Spanish colonial expansion."

  75. 8gradeHistory

    Although any assault on innocent life is tragic, only 5 people were killed in what colonial newspapers termed “the Boston Massacre.” Massacres are generally associated with large numbers of casualties. This is an example of _______________________.

  76. Government

    Which amendments... -Extended civil rights? -Extended individual rights (including voting rights)? -Prohibited certain practices by states? -Changed specific language in the Constitution?

  77. MATH

    IN LOCAL TOWNS 4/5 OF THE VOTING AGE POPULATION IS REGISTRED TO VOTE 11/16 OF REGISTRED VOTERS IN ELECTION FOR MAYOR WHAT FRACTION OF THE VOTING AGE POPATION VOTED.

  78. Simple Research

    In colonial times were there any unusual uses for their clothes? Were they made out of strange stuff? This site has information about colonial clothing. Most clothes were made of linen or wool. (Broken Link Removed)

  79. Colonial Schooling

    In colonial times how long did you go to school for? School was not required in colonial days and most children did not attend school.

  80. Government

    How has the Voting Rights Act of 1965 expanded voting rights?

  81. government

    What role have election laws played in the evolution of voting? A. Over time more groups received the right to vote.***? B. There is a historic low of voter participation. C. Voting habits have hardly changed over the last several centuries. D. Voters do

  82. English

    1. When I meet her, I will be very glad. 2. If I meet her, I will be very glad. 3. As I meet her, I will be very glad. 4. Because I meet her, I will be very glad. 5. Because I will meet her, I will be very glad. --------------------------- Are they all

  83. Mike: Project Management

    I've removed your post because you refer to information to which we have no access: "Using the project you created in Unit 1 Individual Assignment, . . ." The rest of your post has a complex set of instructions -- but no indication of what you've done on

  84. History

    If the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments, which were passed almost 100 years earlier, guaranteed that African-Americans had the right to vote, why was legislation such as The Voting Rights Act of 1965 necessary? 1) States were passing laws that discouraged

  85. Philosophy

    My text explains the answer to this question, however I do not understand the answer. Instead of posting the entire text I was wondering if anyone could explain this to me in Laymans terms. Thanks. How did financial considerations and the international

  86. Help Please Statistic

    7. The table below shows the probability distribution of the types of food purchased by students from the school cafeteria. What is the probability a student has purchased Caesar salad? (2 points) 0.17 Suppose houses are available for purchase during

  87. ****HELP**** STATISTIC

    The table below shows the probability distribution of the types of food purchased by students from the school cafeteria. What is the probability a student has purchased Caesar salad? (2 points) 0.17 Suppose houses are available for purchase during

  88. History

    All of the following are examples of how a local jurisdiction may have tried to inhibit African-Americans from voting prior to the Voting Rights Act, except: Poll Taxes Literacy Tests Intimidation and Violence Skin Color Comparison Tests Is the answer poll

  89. World History

    Why was Egypt important to Europeans in the nineteeth century? Great Britain was determined to have complete control of the Suez Canal. Why? How did European lead to the Boer War? How did the French system of colonial rule differ from that of Great

  90. Plz Help-----History @Ms. Sue or Reed

    How was the Ohio River valley important to the start of the French and Indian War? Its resources were needed to build the colonial navy up. Britain and France disagreed over who owned the area.*** Native Americans considered this area their sacred hunting

  91. Government

    What does the fact that "aliens" are generally are not allowed to vote show about American beliefs? I looked all through my book but it doesnt say anything about voting rights of aliens. Can someone please help me(= There are no voting rights for those who

  92. SS

    Where can I get good info on Colonial times http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=colonial+times&btnG=Google+Search Here's a whole bunch of them! =) i have a test

  93. English

    1. I'm very glad to hear that because I love bulgogi! 2. I'm very glad to hear that because I love Bulgogi! ----------------- Do we have to use 'bulgogi' or 'Bulgogi'? (bulgogi:A Korean dish made from sliced beef that has been marinated in soy sauce,

  94. US history

    What influence did the enlightenment have on colonial political thought? Use the searching techniques in the last post. For this one, you can try enlightenment influence colonial political or some variation. =)

  95. Social Studies / World Civilizations

    In the initial years after the wars of independence, Latin Americans: A. Had driven out their colonial rulers B. Challenged the colonial economic and social structures C. Capitilized on popular, grassroots movement to effect social changes D. Both B and C

  96. social studies

    What did the national government agreed to do to ensure the election of Rutherford B. Hayes ? a) remove federal troops from the south b) put restrictions on the voting rights of blacks c) provide tax money to rebuild the south after the war d) send troops

  97. Government

    After the passage of the 19th Amendment, white women _____. 1.)faced the same practical obstacles to voting as blacks did My answer2.)received the right to vote in Wyoming for the first time 3.)were accorded the protections of the Bill of Rights 4.)faced

  98. World History (Ms. Sue)

    Why were many African intellectuals frustrated by colonial policy? A: Many African intellectuals were frustrated because they recognized the gap between theory and practice in colonial policy. Westerns had exalted democracy, equality, and politic freedom

  99. human service instructor feed back

    Hi Jean: You did a great job of answering the first part of the question. However can you look back over the DQ and answer the rest of the questions? Be sure to be thorough in you response. Thanks. I'm glad your instructor liked your answer for the first

  100. ss

    This law guaranteed EVERYONE can vote and eliminated restrictions such as poll taxes and literacy tests in order to vote? A Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) B the Voting Equality Act of 1977 C Voting Rights Act of 1965 D the Civil Rights Act of 1964

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