Why do terrorists often oppose multinational corporations? A. The corporations push Islam in many countries. B. The corporations represent the spread of American culture. C. The corporations do not allow foreign investments. D. The corporations will not sell goods in the Middle East.
What happens after the actions mentioned in the quote? The Senate votes on the bill. The bill goes to a committee. The bill goes back to the House. The p
Which of the following summarizes the cultural achievements of the Moche? Select all that apply. A.They created giant geoglyphs of animals in the desert. B.As the earliest Andean culture, their arts and religion influenced later peoples. C.They set up networks of relay runners to deliver messages. D.They produced fine textiles, ceramics, and works in gold.
The purpose of the preamble of the Constitution is to A establish and maintain the sovereignty of individual states. B describe and enforce the powers of the confederation government. C introduce and explain the core ideas of the new government. D define and distinguish the roles of domestic and foreign policies.
When a court has original jurisdiction, a case _____. is heard on appeal involves a federal crime must be heard there first involves a foreign government which one is correct?
Which of the following fostered cooperation between the Great Powers?Nuremberg TrialsGeneva ConventionYalta ConferenceUnited NationsDescription
W. E. B. Du Bois was a sociologist and activist who: fought for the political and social rights of African Americans. founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association. supported the accommodationist approach. supported the “back to Africa” movement.
What Indian ruler was converted to Buddhism? A. Ashoka B. Chandragupta C. Brahman D. Siddhartha Gautama
Which task would the Executive office of the president most likely be responsible for? A: Prosecuting corporations for violating federal laws B: Negotiating trade agreements with foreign countries C: Advising the president on national security issues D: Regulating the growth of the federal bureaucracy
Select all that apply. Which statements about the Articles of Confederation are true? The states successfully amended the Articles to provide a strong central government. The Articles were weak in that they left too much power to the states. They resembled English models of government. Amending the Articles ended in failure, leading to the forming of a Constitution.
Which statements are goals of financial regulation? check all that apply Preventing monopolies Allowing businesses to avoid disclosing financial information ensuring that businesses accurately report their earnings keeps prices fair removing competition on the market
Darwin s work on the theory of evolution occurred at about the same time that Harvey noticed the continuous circulation of the blood. Linnaeus developed binomial nomenclature. Mendel developed his laws of heredity. Copernicus suggested that the earth orbits the sun.
Why was the Tet Offensive considered the turning point in the Vietnam War? A. It convinced Americans that the war was winnable. B. It broke the military strength of the United States in Vietnam. C. It broke the military strength of the Vietcong. D. It convinced Americans that the war wasn't nearly over.
What impact did the caliphs have on the spread of Islam? 1.The caliphs’ rule kept Islam limited to the Arabian Peninsula. 2.The clans’ conflict over the caliphs’ control restricted the growth of Islam. 3.Caliphs came and went too quickly to have any significant impact on Islam. 4.Caliphs were able to spread Islam as far as Europe and India.
The election of Andrew Jackson is often considered the beginning of which modern political party ???
What was the significance of the Treaty of Nanjing in 1842? A- China got what it wanted because it showed strength during negotiation. B- Europeans forced the Chinese to sign it, ending the first Opium War. C- It prevented further wars between China and the Europeans. D- It was the cause of further discord leading to more wars.
The populist party sought to increase the power of a.textile workers. b.industrial unions. c.agricultural workers. d.immigrant populations.
Which BEST describes the origin of the religion of Buddhism? a. It was brought by the Aryans from Central Asia. b. It was based on traditional Dravidian beliefs. c. It was developed by Siddhartha Gautama as a reform of Hinduism. dIt was the religion of the early civilizations of the Indus Valley.
Of the explorers listed below, whose voyages included the largest number of ships and sailors? a. Vasco da Gama b. Christopher Columbus c. Cheng Ho d. Bartholomew Diaz
What evidence best supports the conclusion that the Indus civilization had an organized government? A. City ruins show planning. B. Fossils suggest people farmed and hunted. C. Indus goods appear up in distant places. D. Pottery and other artifacts indicate artisanship.
How does India’s attempt at controlling population growth differ from China’s? India encourages the advancement of women. India has a lower penalty for having too many children. India allows only rural families to have many children. India requires city dwellers to have only two children.
When Texas joined the United States in 1845, Texas was 1. a Mexican state. 2. a US territory. 3. a Spanish colony. 4. an independent nation.
Read the statement. Achieving independence requires sacrifice and determination. This statement is the The Crisis, Number IV’s minor premise. conclusion. major premise. body.