Why were prominent American writers of the 1920s called the “lost generation”? They lost books stored in Europe during the war. They lost their ability to write creatively during the war. They survived the war, but were physically wounded. They had trouble adjusting to life in the postwar era.
What decisions does the business cycle help businesses make? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. -whether to stay at old facilities or move to new facilities -whether to grow or shrink the business whether to keep or change products -whether to increase or decrease production whether to hire or lay off worker -whether to invest or save money
The time units used by scientists to divide Earth's history are part of the A. 24-hour model. B. 180° longitude. C. geologic time scale. D. 360° latitude.
2 Which effect did the atomic bomb have on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki A. millions of citizens contracted radiation poisoning but few were immediately killed B.tens of thousands of citizens were killed instantly and tens of thousands more later died from radiation poisoning c. Millions of citizens were killed instantly or wounded but o long term effects have been reported D. Tens of thousands of citizens contracted radiation poisoning but few were immediately killed. 3. The United States declared war on Japan in 1941 why did it take until 1945 to defeat Japan A. Japan was more determined enemy then Germany B. The Allies had to wait until stalins forces were available to fight in the Pacific C. The allies island hopping strategy proved failure D. The Allies had agreed to concentrate first on the war in Europe
Old Lights and New Lights preachers both followed Protestantism. How did the two differ? Old Lights preachers believed religion should be practiced in a rational way while New Lights preachers propagated emotion in religion. Old Lights preachers believed in salvation through God’s grace while New Lights preachers believed in salvation through charity. Old Lights preachers restricted membership to their churches while New Lights preachers welcomed all into their churches. Old Lights preachers attempted to rationalize the dictates of the Church of England while New Lights preachers tried to revive Puritanism. Old Lights preachers encouraged looking at religion through science while New Lights preachers separated science from religion.
Which of the following best describes the two sides that faced each other during the Cold War? Catholics and Protestants Christians and Muslims Communists and non-Communists Europeans and Asians
Read this excerpt from "A Visit from the Goon Squad." That’s when he began singing the songs he’d been writing for years underground, songs no one had ever heard, or anything like them—“Eyes in My Head,” “X’s and O’s,” “Who’s Watching Hardest”—ballads of paranoia and disconnection ripped from the chest of a man you knew just by looking had never had a page or a profile or a handle or a handset, who was part of no one’s data, a guy who had lived in the cracks all these years, forgotten and full of rage, in a way that now registered as pure. Untouched. How does the author use satire in this excerpt? The author is criticizing media censorship. The author is criticizing the idea of isolationism. The author is mocking society’s overuse of technology. The author is mocking man’s inability to freely express himself.
Which best describes how Brown v. Board of Education affected the United States? A.It prompted the creation of the Southern Manifesto. B.It forced Southern states to segregate their schools. C.It dealt a blow to segregation in public facilities. D.It allowed Linda Brown to attend a better public school.
PLZ HELP!!!!! 99 points 1. what did the priest Johann Tetzel do that prompted Martin Luther to take action? a. Tetzel sold bibles printed in Latin b. Tetzel accused Luther of heresy c. Tetzel challenged Luther to defend his 95 theses in public Tetzel sold indulgences 2. which of the following were typical of society under john Calvin's leadership in Geneva? select 2 a. emphasis on hard work b. low interest in the bible c. elaborate new church buildings d. dancing in honor of saints e. penalties for fighting 3. according to the text, who would most have welcomed the impact of the printing press for making the bible more accessible to ordinary people? a. Albrecht Durer b. Desiderius Erasmus c. François Rabelais d. Pieter Brueghel 4. which belief did john Calvin advance with the idea of predestination? a. that believers could achieve salvation through the sacraments b. that church officials must minister to souls in order to save them c. that entire communities of the faithful would be saved together d. that god had already determined who was saved and who was not 5.how did martin Luther nd his reforms encourage the growth of individualism and secularism? a. by asserting that believers must undertake all seven sacraments to demonstrate their faith. b. by declaring that the bible was not a reliable source of religious truth c. by emphasizing the role of good deeds in achieving salvation. d. by rejecting the idea that the church hierarchy had special powers 6. how did john Calvin's ideas and beliefs further the development of individualism? a. by focusing on the role of good deeds that each believer must perform to earn their salvation b. by asserting people could learn the truth themselves by reading and interpreting the bible c. by acknowledging the pope as head of the church but urging that significant reforms be made d. by affirming the crucial functions that priests serve by celebrating all the sacraments
Which statement best describes Charles I's relationship with Parliament? His conflicts with Parliament led to attempts to raise taxes. His conflicts with Parliament led to political stability His conflicts with Parliament led to civil war. His conflicts with Parliament led to religious reform.
Who sparked the independence movement in Mexico? a)peninsulares and mestizos b)criollos and peninsulares c)criollos and American Indians d)mestizos and American Indians
Check my answer(s)? How did Xuande and Zhang Fei meet? They were both in the peach garden. They both knew Lord Guan. They were both reading the governorÍs notice.
The student militias that carried out the Cultural Revolution were known as the A. Beijing Guards. B. Mao Guards. C. Red Guards. D. Chinese Guards.
Which best describes popular sovereignty? A. the ability of a state or territory to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery B. any elected leader who maintains a high approval rating among the people C. the organization of an area into a territory or state D. the ability of the federal government to determine whether or not slavery is allowed in a territory or state E. a king's right to rule over a land
Select all that apply. What reforms did the Young Turks demand? free public education the right to vote elimination of slavery emancipation of women stricter adherence to Islamic law
The purpose of the length of the term for a U.S. Supreme Court justice is to encourage decisions based on the will of the majority of the people discourage consultation with judges who serve in other court levels require consultation with the executive and legislature on major cases prevent decisions based on the pressures of maintaining elected office
(MC)Which of these groups faced the most discrimination in the United States during World War I? Jewish Americans Native Americans German Americansi think its c or d Japanese Americans
How do corporations raise money and resources to expand? They request a bank loan. They save business profits. They cash in dividends. They agree to sell stocks.
People who take a "layer cake" view of federalism believe that (4 points) state governments are too weak to meet most citizen needs state governments are supreme over the national government national and state governments must cooperate to meet citizen needs national and state governments are exclusively sovereign in their areas
Which of the following statements about opportunity cost are true? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. It exists because resources are scarce. It influences consumers. It influences producers. It assists in anticipating profits. It encourages people to spread their resources around.Which of the following statements about opportunity cost are true? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. It exists because resources are scarce. It influences consumers. It influences producers. It assists in anticipating profits. It encourages people to spread their resources around.
What, in general, was the relationship between parliament and kings charles ii and james ii?a. the kings respected parliament’s limits on their power.b. the kings were able to increase their power at the expense of parliament.c. the kings continued to challenge parliament's authority.d. the kings gave in to parliament when there was a disagreement.
Why could the British restriction of trade be considered a violation of natural rights? Restrictions interfered with individuals’ pursuit of economic self-interest. Restrictions sacrificed trade that would have benefited the colonies for the Crown’s benefit. Restrictions inhibited the natural right to property by denying colonists access to goods. Restrictions denied colonists the right to conduct business with foreign powers.
Which topic would be most appropriate for a four- to five-page research paper? Are boys and girls different? Do children learn better in boys-only and girls-only schools? How many boys-only schools are in the US? Are male teachers or female teachers more effective?
________ persuaded congress to establish the first central bank in the united states. benjamin franklin david farragaut franklin roosevelt alexander hamilton
Which best describes the location of the famous ceiling that Michelangelo painted? inside the Sistine Chapel outside Rome, Italy inside St. Peter’s Basilica outside Vatican City
During world war 1, most attacks in no-man's-land led to ? A.stalemate B. Retreat C. Advancement D. Defeat
What was the main reason Joseph Stalin created collective farms? A.) Soviet farms were old-fashioned and inefficient. B.)Collective farms would create many new jobs. C.)Farmland could be turned into industrial land. D.)Wasteful crop surpluses would be eliminated.
What was the effect of the Twenty-Sixth Amendment? The right to protest was granted. The president gained powers to wage war. The draft was abolished. The voting age was lowered.
The earliest cities of the Indus River Valley civilization were designed (A.) in a grid. (B.) in a circular pattern. (C.) with protective walls. (D.) with no plan.
What was disrupting the flow of supplies and soldiers to Britain in 1942? German fighter planes launched from France severe weather that occurred in the Atlantic that year constant breakdowns of British radar equipment German submarines that hunted in “wolf packs”
Which of the following is one of the terms often applied the members of the counterculture? A)hawks B)guerrillas C) hippies D)eagles
What was one effect of the Missouri Compromise? it permanently solved the slavery issue and ended any conflicts. It became the inspiration for the Tallmadge Amendment. It was a temporary solution that did not fix the problem of slavery. It revealed that differences between the North and South were insignificant.