Which one of the following individuals would be most likely to vote? A. A 50-year-old corporate executive who holds a master's degree in business B. A 19-year-old high school graduate who likes to complain about the government C. A 22-year-old computer programmer D. A 30-year-old college graduate who has just moved to a new state
How did the US government respond to California’s independence from Mexico in 1846? A.The government sent troops to acquire California and make it part of the US. B.The government sent a diplomat to secretly offer money to annex California. C.The government ignored California because the Mexican-American War was underway. D.The government ignored California because it did not want to acquire another republic.
1. How did the Hijra influence the development of Islam? A. During the Hijra, Muhammad created rules that governed the united muslims. B. It was where Muhammad went to meditate on the moral ils of Meccan society. C. It allowed Muhammad to destroy the idols in the Kaaba D. The Hijra brought arabs together under loyalty to their family clans
How did Theodore Roosevelt’s Square Deal help the environment? A.)by ending federal irrigation projects B.)by preserving the nation’s forests C.)by clearing and developing land D.)by limiting working hours
Which of the following circumstances usually comes before a period of economic contraction? Decreasing inflation High unemployment Low GDP Peak production
What was a common situation for African American farmers after Reconstruction? They benefited from record-high market prices for their cotton crops. They were often able to hire other African Americans to work their land. They could be forced into debt peonage to pay debts to the land owner. They usually earned enough money to buy their own land after a few years.
Which of the following best explains Andrew Jackson’s supporters in the election of 1828? A. Jackson’s supporters were primarily the “common people.” B. Jackson’s supporters were primarily “eastern aristocrats.” C. Jackson’s supporters were primarily wealthy landowners. D. Jackson’s supporters were primarily highly educated.
Which of the following resulted from King Philip’s War? A. The English established praying towns for the Indians. B. The Indians lost most of their land in southern New England. C. The Puritans nearly eliminated the Pequots. D. The colonists gave land back to the Indians.
The Supreme Court would be called an activist court if itmade rulings based on the literal wording in the Constitution.cited a number of legal precedents in its decisions.upheld previous rulings about the constitutionality of laws.applied an article of the Constitution to a new area of law
There are four stages in an economic recovery. 1. increased production 2. rising demand (occurs twice) 3. increased hiring
What country hosted the memorable 2008 Summer Olympics? Greece England China United States NextReset
What was a positive result of the Reign of Terror? A. The whole aristocracy was eliminated by execution. B. Ordinary people won more political rights and freedoms. C. European countries admired what France had accomplished. D. The church ended up supporting the National Assembly.
What was true about African Americans in the military? Most African Americans were deployed to the battle front. African Americans were included in the army in 1940. Few African American troops were segregated. Most African Americans were deployed to support roles.
In 1733 parliament attempted to stop trading with the french west indies for which product? woolen cloth beaver hats finished iron products molasses
what is the indirect result of the crusades on europe A.decline of feudalism b.decrease in the power of monarchs C.expansion of serfdom D. decline of scientific and medical knowledge
A world map is labeled 9/11 victims by country. A number of countries on each continent are colored. A note on the map states the total number of countries affected was 91. National Counterterrorism Center Which statement best explains the purpose of this map? (
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How did the Great Famine affect Europeans’ health? It led to bubonic plague. It led to starvation. It led to food poisoning. It led to pneumonic plague.
Which line from “Cruel Tribute” best supports the idea that the elders help to advance the plot? need it fast please
Why was the kingdom of Mali more successful than the kingdom of Ghana?. . . A. The people of Mali were better farmers. . B. The Niger River enabled the kingdom of Mali to develop a stable economy. . C. The people of Mali had a better education system. . D. The people of Mali were very adept at using camels and donkeys for transport. .
Which scenario is an example of cost-push inflation? A. Consumers have more money to buy cars, and the prices of cars and car parts rise as a result. B.An increase in workers’ wages raises the production cost of cars, and car prices rise as a result. C.The demand for cars falls as consumers have less disposable income, and car prices fall as a result. D.A government bailout helps car manufacturers lower their costs, and car prices fall as a result.
How can nativism best be described? loyalty to old immigrants and discrimination against new immigrants loyalty to any immigrants that adapted to the American way of life discrimination against any immigrant from Asia discrimination against immigrants who practiced Protestantism
Which statement about peace negotiations is false? Select one: a. The Big Four leaders directed the peace negotiations. b. France and England ruled parts of the former Ottoman Empire. c. Germany was made to pay huge reparations to England and France. d. Russia was allowed to take a leadership role in the peace negotiations.
Abraham Lincoln ended his law career when____ A)the Kansas-Nebraska Act passed. B)the Republican Party dissolved. C)the Mexican-American War began D)the Democratic Party formed.
The Progressive Era was PRIMARILY concerned with a. making government more responsible to the needs of the people. b. advocating the passage of laws that guaranteed corporate freedom. Eliminate c. making the people more accountable to the needs of the government. d. preventing farmers from being restricted by federal laws and policies.
According to Bede, what is true of Ireland? A. It is the largest island. B. It gets lots of snow. C. It does not have any snakes. D. The climate is too warm.
Hay's policy concerning trading rights in China was the: a. Protectionist Policy b. Open-Door Policy c. Square Deal