What section of a research paper should contain the main idea? A. the body B. the conclusion C. the title D. the introduction E. the bibliography
What did the philosophers of the Enlightenment seek to understand? the natural rights behind religion’s continued power the natural rights governing human behavior and society the natural rights that gave leaders absolute power the natural rights that governed the physical universe
What was the most prevalent propaganda media form? A.) Magazines B.) Billboards C.) posters D.) Movies
Which Progressive policy influenced the Seventeenth Amendment? a. election reform b. women’s suffrage c.prohibition d.conservation
Which of the following competes with the need for safe, clean, drinking water? the Clean Water Act and similar congressional legislation the economic needs of industries that supply the nation’s products the need to reduce the amount of fossil fuel pollutants released into the air the Kyoto Protocol and similar international agreements
The Vietcong were rebels in South Vietnam who wanted to A. rid both North and South Vietnam of Communist influence. B. spread the Catholic religion throughout Vietnam. C. overthrow the Communists who controlled the country. D. unify the South and North under a Communist government.
What was the goal of the Americanization movement that gained popularity between 1875 and 1910? A-to encourage people to immigrate B-to America to help immigrants maintain their cultural ties C-to encourage immigrants to assimilate into American culture D-to spread American values to European countries
Which of the following is a common argument against the U.S decision to drop the atomic bomb? A)The study of the effect of atomic weapons allowed nuclear power to be used as energyB)The use of the atomic bomb avoided additional loss of life for the alliesC)The Japanese were more willing to surrender than the U.S military thoughtD)The dropping of the atomic bomb would act as a deterrent to future wars
Zora Neale Hurston collected and wrote about African American- A) jazz. B) folk tales. C) poetry. D) spirituals.
Which statement about the U.S. Constitution is true? It is the longest-lived plan for representative government in history. It is modeled on the Magna Carta, the world's oldest effective plan for representative government. It was Thomas Jefferson's masterpiece. It named George Washington as the first president of the United States.
Why did Spain colonize Florida and the Rio Grande valley?. . A. Native Americans in that region wanted to trade with the Spanish.. . B. Spain wanted to protect its colony in Mexico from other Europeans.. . C. Missionaries insisted on spreading Christianity across the continent.. . D. The Spanish found silver and gold mines there.. .
1)Which of the following best describes the origins of Christianity? a) It became a religion after the crucifixion. b) It was based on Jesus's Sermon on the Mount. c) It emerged after Jesus and his disciples traveled to Jerusalem. d) It emerged from Judaism and was based on the teachings of Jesus. 2)Which aspects of Jesus's teachings would influence Roman and other legal systems? a) emphasis on charity b) focus on moral lessons c) ideas about justice d) promise of salvation
The first step in approving the Constitution involved sending it to the states. Congress. the judicial branch. the executive branch.
Hypertension is called "the silent killer" because __________. a. it kills people while they sleep b. there is no treatment for it c. it generally has no symptoms d. if affects the voice box first
A county board of elections selects which of the following? A. precinct election boards B. candidates for state offices C. electoral college delegates D. candidates for local offices
Which is the best example of how women went against social norms during the Roaring Twenties? a.Women became flappers who danced the Charleston. b.Women became businesspeople who bought cars. c.Women became celebrities who starred in movies. d.Women became landlords who bought property.
How can expansionary and contractionary tax policies be used to manage the economy? Be sure to give your answer in two to three sentences.
Which of the following describes a common experience for enslaved families? A) Children usually were set free even if their parents remained enslaved. B) Slave owners tried their best to keep married couples together. C) Slave owners tried their best to keep parents and children together. D) Family members often were sold away and separated from one another.
Which term best describes government in Russia after the Communists took powerA. DemocraticB. Multi-partyC. Single-partyD. Representative
What rights are specifically protected under the ninth amendment? A most basic safety B rights unlisted in the constitution C freedom of expression rights D rights listed in the bill of rights
As a result of the tension between President Johnson and the Radical Republicans,. . A. Congress voted to impeach President Johnson.. B. Johnson declared he would stop vetoing bills.. C. Johnson chose to support Radical Reconstruction.. D. Congress refused to appoint Edwin Stanton.
HURRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In 2012, the Supreme Court ruled that requiring people to buy health insurance is an abuse of government power. an invasion of individual privacy. an acceptable use of the commerce clause. an acceptable use of the power to tax.