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20. Briefly explain two ways the play is either reflective of the Victorian culture or shows the influence of Restoration comedy. Respond in complete sentences.Include SPECIFIC examples and details from the play in your responses for support! 21. Identify and explain how ...

Social Studies
“As I traveled over Qin Mountain one morning, I met two fairies, of brightness and beauty, Riding on a white deer. I realized they were immortals, And kneeled and begged for the Dao. ‘Go west and climb the Jade Terrace, There are gold pavilions and corridors.’ They gave ...

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Ancient China irrigation 1. Find out the following information: a. When, where, and why did it develop? b. How was it used or practiced? c. Whom did it affect? d. What was the lasting impact this innovation had on China and its people? e. What are some modern examples of the ...

Social Studies
A person described as a nativist would most likely support what??

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why did president Roosevelt begin the Good Neighbor Policy? A. He hoped to discourage B. He believed it would end the Depression C. He knew it would be highly popular in the United States D. He wanted to strengthen relations with Latin America in a time of international danger

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which of the following was an effect of nativism in the United States in the 1920s? A. the Great Migration** B. the Scopes Trial C. the Jones Act of 1917 D. the quota system

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are these thesis good? 1) Cell phones are becoming increasingly popular and are in use almost anywhere one goes. 2) Now a day computers are so valuable and accessible that you can find them almost anywhere such as schools, offices and public places. 3) Even though basketball ...

WORK ETHICS
is it ethical to use company time to solicite signatures for a petition concerning a current social issue ?

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A person weighing 50kg runs up a hill raising himself vertically 10m in 20sec. Calculate the power of the person.

Social Studies
in what way did the efforts of the Tuskegee Airmen contribute to the hopes for improved civil rights in the United States? A. The Tuskegee showed that integrated fighting units cold work well. B. The efforts of the African American Tuskegee Airmen during the war built ...

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Which of the following was a key factor in the passage of the Emergency Quota Act in 1921? A. the desire to have only American-born citizens in the United States B. the fear of a second wave of communist immigrants C. a fear that immigrants would take jobs for lower pay** D. ...

Social Studies
What were Truman’s two goals during the Korean War? A. to punish the Soviet Union for its aggression and unite Korea B. to punish North Korea for its aggression and unite Korea C. to defeat North Korea and fire General MacArthur D.to take South Korea as a U.S. colony and ...

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1. In what way did both the U.S. government and its citizens benefit from the war? (WWII) A. The government was able to defeat U.S. enemies, and citizens could freely travel. B. The government was able to enforce its isolationist policy, and citizens could discriminate against...

Social Studies
1. what happened initially when the un forces went to support south Korea? A. North Korean forces were quickly overwhelmed. B. UN forces were outnumbered and poorly supplied. C. The fighting escalated beyond the Korean borders D. South Korea did not want help from the UN ...

English
Is it ethical to use company time to solicited signatures for a petition concerning social issue?

Social Studies
How was the Islamic republic established?

Social stuides
Why did President Roosevelt begin the Good Neighbor Policy? A He hoped to discourage Japanese expansionism in Latin America. B He believed it would end the Depression. C He knew it would be highly popular in the United States. D He wanted to strengthen relations with Latin ...

Social Studies
What led to increased trade between Europe and Asia? A. The Black Death B. The hundred year war C. The Crusades D. The Reconquista

Social Studies 8 B
Which of the following explains how Hitler was able to build up the German army despite treaty of Versailles restrictions? A) The world was more concerned with the aggression's of Japan in China. B) The Good Neighbor Policy prevented intervention in non-war situations. C) He ...

Social Studies
Which of the following was true of people moving to suburbs and purchasing automobiles? A Women were allowed to drive and thereby gained more freedom. B It was a lifestyle only the wealthy could afford. C Women were left isolated all day as men took the cars to work in the ...

Social studies
Which reason best explains the motavation for american expansionism? 1. It would be important to maintain political influence in developing countries. 2. A U.S. naval presence around the world would decrease the chance of future wars. 3. American goods would stimulate local ...

Social studies
Which of the following was the main contributor to finally bringing the United States out of the Great Depression? A the National Recovery Administration B the Good Neighbor Policy C wartime spending D the election of Roosevelt D or B ----------------------------------- Which ...

Social Studies
Hello, I am researching for the differences in lives of the north and south (for white people) if you could post a link to a site with that information that would be great!

Social studies
I need a copy of week 16 newspaper

Social Studies 6th grade
What is a modern form of paper.

Social Studies
How has paper changed over time.

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10. What non-weapon tactic did the Allies use effectively against the Nazis? A. sending troops to non-combat areas to divert attention from the real target B. sending propaganda to European nations denouncing the Nazis C. sending battlefield communication in the Navajo ...

social studies
in what region of the united states were most of the nations cities located by 1850s

Social studies
Were loyalists refugees? Why or why not? In what way did their experience as farmers make life easier for them in Canada?

Social Studies
1. What was the goal of the 18th amendment?(1 point) a. to reduce the number of crimes committed with alcohol. b. to force manufacturers to find other drinks to make. c. To end alcohol abuse and improve American's lives. d. to encourage Americans to spend their money on other ...

Social Studies
based off of westward migration and settlement, which states most likely joined the nation last? I'm not sure what it could be

social studies
which economic practice helps to keep prices low and keep good quality

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what can be that it's old and it's new at the same time??

Social Studies
9. What led Jane Addams to open hull house? -She believed that someone needed to help the clinically insane assimilate into society. -She believed in helping the urban poor, especially immigrants. -She believed that the public needed to know what the government was doing.<...

4 th grade social studies
What were huge steam engines called?

Sociology
In America, the family of the 1950's (young, married, two children, father works while mother stays at home) is often idealized. What social factors caused that family structure to exist and why is it less common today? I can't seem to think of any factors.. can someone please...

Social Studies
you have decided to relocate you want to live in a mountainous area but you want to be next to the ocean too and you also want to avoid places with extremely long cold winters where do you go? A.rockey mountains B.appalachain mountains C.sierra Nevada mountains D.alaska range

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The one with stars is my answer. you decided to relocate. you want to live in the mountains area, but you want to be next to the ocean too. you also avoid country with long, extreme cold winters. Where would you most likely move? A. Rocky mountains B. Appalachian mountains...

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When several stores in the same neighborhood sell the same video game system, what will likely happen? A. The price in the video game will increase B.the cost of production for video games will increase C.the price of video games will decrease** D.the supply of video games ...

College English
Compare and contrast Azar Nafisi's "Reading Lolita in tehran" work to Frederick Douglass " Learning to Read and Write" work. I've read both but I'm not sure what to write for contrast. They both Had No freedom, social obligations and Strived for Education. I need to Write an ...

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what was the purpose of the war production board A. to tell factories how many planes or tanks each factory had to produce. B. to help factories shift from making consumer goods to making war materials.****** C. to ship war materials over to the allies D. to create new war ...

Social Studies
What was one effect of the Haymarket Riot? A) The influence of the American Federation of labor diminished B) The practice of collective-bargaining became more common C) Membership in the knights of labor grew rapidly *** D) Organized labor became less popular in the United ...

Social studies
1. Which situation was affected depending upon whether a state was admitted as a free state or a slave state? A: Representation in congress B: Number of supreme court justices C: Amount of Western land available for settlement D: Existing treaties with Native American Tribes

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What Was The Purpose Of The Gettysburg Address? a) to end the revolutionary war and gain independence b) to launch the war for independence and american democracy c) to honor fallen soldiers in the civil war and cement the notion of equality for all people d) to defend the ...

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Which of these events during the Age of Exploration was a cause of the other three? A) warfare increased as European nations competed for land and power B) advances in learning and technology made long ocean voyages possible C) Europeans brought food, animals, and ideas from ...

Social Studies
what industries did fishing help to grow in the 1800s

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Compare the experience of farmers,coal miners,and union labores during the 1920s. What did many have in common? 1.Economic prosperity 2. Public disapproval 3. Federal assistance 4. Financial hardship I choose A is it correct Ms. Sue

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my answers are the ones with the stars.. please help. 8.The 54th Massachusetts Regiment is famous because: a. It helped win the Mexican-American War ***b. It was a famous Confederate army unit noted for its heroism in battle c. It was an African American Union army unit noted ...

PE
What reason do studies show why more people with high blood pressure and diabetes live In the suburbs than in the city? 1.There are much better doctors in the city who treat those diseases more effectively. 2.(People re not as physically active and rely on cars more than those...

Social Studies
write a paragraph describing how the us government managed the economy during world war I and the economic effects of the management consider the roles played by the food administration the war industries board (wib) and the war labor board. Can someone help me please???

Social Studies
Based on the excerpt how does this newspaper article compare to the yellow journalism articles written about the explosion of the battleship Maine in 1898? A.This article is more biased than the yellow journalism articles B.This article is less biased than the yellow ...

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Four out of five brazzilians live in the A-Amazon rainforest B-villages/rural C-cities/urban D-apartments

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Homework Help: social studies Posted by anonymous on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 4:10pm. At home on the hills of Vermont or in the woods of Maine or the Texan ranch comrade of Californians comrade of free north sweeteners of every hue caste am I of every rank and religion. ...

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How did the attack on Pearl Harbor change the lives of many Americans? A Americans were divided over how to respond. B The American military was weakened by the attack. C The United States declared war on Germany. D Americans developed a wartime society. C or B

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Which chapter title best reflects the description of a journey across the Atlantic Ocean, and many others like it, as described in this excerpt? a. "A Brief Excursion" b. "Packed Like Cattle" * c. "An Exciting Journey" d. "Views from the Deck" HELLLPPPP

social studies 6th grade
in what year did the Zapatista guerrilla movement begin?

Social Studies
What Canadian landform covers about half of the country? A.the Interior Plains B.the Canadian Shield C.the St. Lawrence Lowlands D.the Yukon Territory

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Please help!! Are any of my answers correct? 1, which reason best explains the motivation for American expansion? It would be important to maintain political influence in developing countries A US naval presence around the world would decrease the chance of future wars ...

social studies
which statement best explains the concept of separation of power

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Which of the following indicates a rise in racial tensions in the 1920s? A. increased enlistment of African American men into the military B. movement of many African Americans to the South C. passage of several federal laws to end Jim Crow practices D. membership growth of ...

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1. which of these was a result of the invention of the cotton gin. A. It greatly reduced the need to plant cotton seeds by hand. B.It provided a faster method for separating seeds from cotton fibers C.It enabled slaves to work in factories operating textile machines D.It ...

Social Studies
The Macdonald-Cartier bridge that stretches the Ottawa River and connects Ontario to Quebec is named for two Canadian politicians, one ______ and one _______.

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ways in which individuals can apply the concept of independence and self-reliance in their lives.

Social Studies
Among the First Laws passed by FDR was the Truth-in-Securities Act. How did it support his New Deal Goals? A. The law's Purpose was to make sure farmers' investments were safe. B. The law's goal was to prevent another economic crash. C. The law was focused on helping those who...

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In which of the following ways did the 1920s wealth gap contribute to the start of the Great Depression? A. The wealth gap led to a decline in stock investments during the 1920s. B. A concentration of wealth led to less spending across the economy. C. Many of the rural poor ...

Social studies
How did the south's economic and social problems after the war contribute to it's political problems? A) The Southwest to economically damage for politics B) with many newly freed men a new politicians it was unclear how the South would run state governments C)southerners ...

English
Essay about social media like mxit Face-book and Twitter have changed human relationships

Social Studies
1.)Which of the following were actions that motivated Radical Republicans to seek the impeachment of President Johnson? Choose all that apply. A.)President Johnson encouraged former Confederate states to reject the Fourteenth Amendment. B.)President Johnson helped write the ...

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3. General Eisenhower was the leader of what coordinate effort of the Allies during the war? A. defeating Germany on the Eastern Front at the Battle of Stalingrad B. organizing the meeting for the Potsdam Declaration C. Coordinating a naval attack to end the German submarine ...

Social Studies
1. What strategy did the Allies agree upon in order to win WWII? A. move to Germany from all sides, then attack Japan by going through the Soviet Union B. defeat Germany and Italy first, then combine forces against Japan*** C. defeat Germany's navy before going after it on ...

MINNESOTA STUDIES
Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following most contributed to the formation of labor unions? (1 point) cuts to wages rising railroad rates grain elevator measures women working in factories 2. How did the Grange and the Farmers’ Alliance both work to help farmers? (1 point) ...

social studies
what was major cause of problems with the sharecropping system

Social Studies
What are some examples of the Primordial School of thought ?(Donald Horowitz)

social studies
what did the white southerners think the goal was all the northerners who moved south during reconstruction

Social Stuides
Which one of the following is the best example of the isolationism Americans adopted after World War I? A Americans were warned not to travel on ships of countries at war. B The United States restored diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union. C Congress passed the first in a...

Social Studies
1. Which of the following apply to fascism? Select all that apply. A rooted in militarism B extreme nationalism C respect for minorities D blind loyalty to the state I think its A,B, and c ----------------------------------- 2. Which of the following best describes attitudes ...

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create a problem tree with three levels of 10 causes and 3 levels of 10 consequences

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Resistance to Immigration Nativists believed that some immigrants did not fit into American culture because their customs were to different ---> Prejudice and violence grew as the number of Chinese immigrants increased ---> ? Based on your reading, which statement best ...

8th Social studies
Explain why Lincolns assassination put the future of the nation in question?

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throught the louisiana purchase land survey the land between which two rivers was designanted for veterns of the war of 1812.Select all that apply A.1 B.2 C.3 D.4

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why did the location of the arkansas post change several times during the early days of settlemen? A. some locations experienced flooding B. settlers searched for better farmland C. the spanish took control and moved the location south D. settlers feared attacks from the ...

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I am remember you guys helped me out with this question, I think the answer is D, am I correct? In what way did the purchase of Alaska fit with Secretary of State William Seward’s foreign policy toward Asia? A. Seward thought the purchase of Alaska could protect the United ...

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Which of the following statements best explains the scandals associated with the Harding administration? 1/ Harding took bribes to place his friend in his cabinet. 2/Harding's cabinet used their appointment as a rich any way they could. 3/Harding was stealing money from the ...

Social Studies
1750 BC–AD 200 how did paper impact people in ancient times.

Social studies
Which was the most important effect of the Bessemer process? It allowed the production of more steel It reduced better steel It made steel cheaper It allowed factory production of steel•• 2. Which was the immediate goal of the standard Oil Company when it lowered its ...

Social studies
Which of the following was most likely an effect of the Dust Bowl? A California developed millions of acres of new farmland. B The New Deal provided irrigation for the drought areas. C Oakies started down Route 66 toward possible work. D More of the New Deal legislation went ...

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In what way did the purchase of Alaska fit with Secretary of State William Seward’s foreign policy toward Asia? A. Seward thought the purchase of Alaska could protect the United States from Asian aggression. B. Seward thought that Alaska could be a stepping stone to ...

Social studies
Among the first laws passed by FDR was the Truth-in-Securities Act. How did it support his New Deal goals? A The law’s purpose was to make sure farmers’ investments were safe. B The law’s goal was to prevent another economic crash. C The law was focused on helping those ...

Social Studies
2. How did the American Expeditionary Forces help Allies win the war? A. They convinced German troops to rebel against their leaders. B. They had secret talks with the German kaiser, which eventually led to an armistice C. They assisted the French and British troops in the ...

Social Studies
Which action is often viewed as the most serious attempt to undermine the independence of the judiciary? A President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s plan to reorganize the Supreme Court B appointment of Supreme Court justices to unlimited terms of office C periodic increases in the ...

Social studies
Which of the following factors was most responsible for an unequal distribution of wealth? A There was an increase in business profits. B Wages were not keeping pace with profits of business owners. C Wages were not keeping pace with profits of business owners. D There was ...

Social Studies
Which of the following best summarizes Hoover’s and Roosevelt’s policies? A. Hoover was most concerned about stabilizing the banks, while Roosevelt chose to provide jobs. B. Hoover believed in providing public works and welfare, while Roosevelt wanted the people to find ...

Social Studies
The first immigrants to the United States were mainly from England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, and A. Russia B. Italy C. Scandinavia D. Greece I think that the correct answer is C, Scandinavia, please correct me if I am wrong.

Social Studies
”We took away their best lands; broke treaties, promises; tossed them the most nearly worthless scraps of a continent that had once been wholly theirs. But we did not liquidate their spirit. The vital spark which kept them alive was hardy." Based on the quote, what ...

Social Studies
How did the attack of pearl harbor change the lives of many Americans? A. Americans were divided over how to respond. B. The American military was weakened by the attack.*** C. The Unites States declared war on Germany. D. Americans developed a wartime society.

Social Studies
Why were Whig Congressman angry about the war? What did they accuse Polk of? Plz help

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which of these was a primary difference between the republic and the empire? a.More people could be citizens in the republic. b.Religious freedom was greater during the empire. c.Rome established colonies only during the empire. d.Political power was less centralized in the ...

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In which of the following ways did the 1920s wealth gap contribute to the start of the Great Depression. A. The wealth gap led to a decline in stock investment during the 1920s B. A concentration of wealth led to less spending across the economy C. Many of the rural poor were ...

social science
which places or countries are located at 20 degrees south and 20 degrees east?

Social Studies
Toword the end of the Civil War, how did General Grant affect Southern civilians? A) He allowed those living in the South to keep their ownership of land B) He ordered his generals to impose a "total war" strategy on the South**** C) He ordered his army to to rebuild rural ...

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