Malaysia faced which of these challenges? a. Little economic growth since gaining independence. b. Few industrial and manufacturing developments. c. Tensions between the Malay majority and other groups. d. Increases in rebels who try to overthrow the government.
How did large mining companies succeed? A. They set up towns to sell supplies to individuals looking for gold. B. They used machines to dig deeply for gold. C. They paid for individual miners to come west to look for gold. D. They set up operations where individuals had not found gold.
Which of the following was used against unions? the right to strike Sherman Anti-Trust Act Fourteenth Amendment the right to collectively bargain
The Founding Fathers of the United States were influenced by Cicero’s ideas about _______. a.) polytheismB.) aqueductsC.) governmentD.) architecture
The Anglo-Boer War was fought between the _____. Portuguese and English English and Boers Boers and Africans Africans and English
How did italian city-states like venice and florence become major banking and trade centers? a. large families of powerful bankers established trade agreements with nearby cities. b. their location made them a natural route for travel between europe, africa, and asia. c. their military forces conquered nearby cities, which increased their financial resources. d. they shared economic strategies and built alliances in other regions during the crusades.?
Who was the roman governor that ordered jesus���s trial and execution? constantine pontius pilate julius caesar herod
As they moved toward their final military targets in World War II, Allied troops 1. encountered heavy German civilian resistance. 2. discovered Nazi concentration camps. 3. were surprised to find German cities in ruins. 4. captured Hitler and his high-level staff.
The Eighteenth Amendment, "Prohibition," was reversed by the _______ Amendment. A. Twenty-second B. Twenty-first C. Twentieth D. Nineteenth
Do you think a totalitarian form of government would have formed in Germany if the Great Depression had not occurred? Explain.
Which of the following would Gandhi most likely embrace as a means of change?participating in a hunger strikeattending a protest rallynot stopping at red lightsusing tear gas
Which military action led to the start of World War I? Germany’s invasion of France Russia’s invasion of Germany Austria-Hungary’s invasion of Serbia Italy’s invasion of Bosnia
Why were Americans encouraged to grow their own food in victory gardens? To increase the amount of food that could be sold to other nations. To conserve resources for the war effort. To spy on neighbors who were not focused on the war effort. To feed the increased population of prisoners of war. NextReset
What event spurred world leaders to begin the United Nations? The Great Depression World War II World War I The dropping of atomic bombs on Japan
How did Roosevelt’s Lend-Lease Act shift US foreign policy away from isolationism? It lent arms to Allied forces and allowed them to pay later. It allowed the US to sell arms to belligerent nations.. It put US bases on German territory. It put US bases on British territory.
Who did the new immigration policy favor? immigrants from northern Europe immigrants from Mexico immigrants from Asia immigrants from Eastern Europe
Why did the United States military first become involved in Vietnam? A. U.S leaders worried that Vietnam could spread communism throughout the region. B. South Vietnamese leaders asked the United States for support against the Vietminh. C. Vietnam had plentiful valuable agricultural and mineral resources that needed protection. D. North Vietnamese leaders demanded the United States oppose communist South Vietnam.
What does the term popular sovereignty mean? A. All government power comes from the people. B. The government gets its power from a small, elite group of people. C. Government is always legitimate, even if the people disagree. D. The ruler of the nation is popular.
The policies of the first two presidents reflected which party? the democratic-republican party the anti-federalist party the federalist party the whig party
Why did the reagan administration provide funding to the nicaraguan contras? to promote better economic relations with poor nations in latin america to give american businesses access to markets in nicaragua to support a rebellion against an elected government in latin america to prevent human rights violations by the nicaraguan government?
What person played a minor role in the passing of atomic secrets to the Soviets? A. Ethel Rosenberg B. Julius Rosenberg C. David Greenglass D. Klaus Fuchs PLEASE! help me! :)