Which figure emerged from the August Coup as a national hero in Russia? A. Vladimir Putin B. Mikhail Gorbachev C. Nursultan Nazarbayev D. Boris Yeltsin
The Federalist Papers were written by which future president? A. James Madison B. John Jay C. Alexander Hamilton D. John Adams
Which of the following are not allowed on public land? a. grazing cattle b. logging c. mining d. none of the above
In a bureaucracy, what is employment typically based on? a. connections (who you know) c. red tape b. first come, first serve d. specific qualifications
The term discrimination is defined in the text as: question 40 options: 1) the theory that prejudice is embedded in our culture. 2) biased thought based on flawed assumptions about a group of people. 3) an expression of dissatisfaction with the justice system. 4) prejudiced action against a group of people.
Which factor is NOT used to determine who can be let go during a downsizing? a. Seniority b. Level of Income c. Gender d. Department
According to the article, what is the primary cause of the decline in poverty rates in China? answer:: the introduction of free trade and entrepreneurship
Political parties first _____ to nominate presidential candidates.? (thanks will award Best Answer) 6. Political parties first _____ to nominate presidential candidates. A. held national conventions B. held popular elections C. used congressional caucuses D. asked political party contributors 8. The selection of delegates to the national convention produces _____. A. unity...
Which is the best description of civil liberties? A. natural rights B. privileges C. rights guaranteed by law D. democratic goals E. trial procedures
Which of the following is a cause of the challenges to Social Security? a. economic depression c. ageism b. longer life expectancies d. increasing dependency ratio
.Efforts are being made to restore and protect the critical wetland and estuary ecosystems. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
Experiments showing the effects of group pressure on conformity were conducted by ______. asch milgram luchens singer
Travelgate involved people working at which government office? Washington Travel Agency White House Travel Office Whitewater Travel Agency Federal Bureau of Travel
What was the most direct consequence of the passage of the Black Codes after the Civil War? the return to power of white Democrats a populist uprising against plantation owners the ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment a shortage of agricultural workers in the South
In 1786 , virginians called a convention in annapolis to discuss problems with the A.constirution B.bill of rights C.articles of confederation D. Declaration of independence
Which of the following statements about positive feedback mechanisms is not true? a. Positive feedback mechanisms can result from human activity. b. Positive feedback mechanisms can occur naturally. c. Positive feedback mechanisms lead to increased change. d. Positive feedback mechanisms reduce change in a system.
What is one problem that might commonly occur when one is bartering? A) Someone wants to trade a valuable item for a less valuable one. B) Two people have different ideas about the value of an item. C) Someone wants to barter a good in exchange for a service. D) Two people want to trade items of equal or nearly equal value.
What percentage of sexual assaults begin to happen in the presence of a bystander who could take action to intervene?
The laws of Rome were written down in 450 b. c. and called the _____. Eleven Tables Twelve Tables Fourteen Tables Hammurabi Code
A private club registration permit authorizes alcoholic beverages belonging to members of the club to be
What statement best describes the position of most Northerners toward slavery? a. The abolitionist movement was banned from many Northern states. b. Some states passed personal liberty laws for runaway slaves. c. The North supported the Dred Scott decision.
Historians have regarded the American Revolution as being of worldwide importance because it A) was won without foreign military assistance. B) was led by people of recognized intellectual ability. C) ended European imperialism in the Western Hemisphere. D) marked the successful emergence of a new concept in government.
The government may prohibit an assembly for any of the following reasons except _____. A) how it is conducted B) where it takes place C) what might be said D) when it occurs