Assessment ...again :c its like a little connect it thingy sooo The battle for this strategically important city on the Mississippi River was the turning point of the war in the West. The first major battle, it changed attitudes about war in both the North and South and proved the war would be difficult and long. This battle was the turning point of the war in the East. Its high casualties resulted from the use of old-fashioned tactics in a day of more modern weapons. After this Union victory - the bloodiest day of the war - President Lincoln fired General McClellan and issued the Emancipation Proclamation. And here are the answer thingys Bull Run (Manassas) Gettysburg Antietam Vicksburg (it would probably be easier if its in order like question one *answer* just a suggestion) PLEZ HELP

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What indicated that the US had been secretly involved in Vietnam before its official involvement A. the twenty-sixth amendment B. the Pentagon Papers C. the 1973 cease-fire D. Vietnamization

Answer: B. The Pentagon Papers

The Pentagon Papers is a report by the Department of Defense detailing the involvement of the United States' military on Vietnam from 1945 to 1967. The papers were first brought to the public by The New York Times in 1971. The papers showed that the Johnson administration had lied about the scope of its actions in the Vietnam War. It detailed events such as the bombings of Cambodia and Laos, which were not reported by the media. The entirety of the Pentagon Papers was declassified and publicly released in June 2011.

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Thaddeus stevens and charles sumner were two most outspoken a)copper heads b)carpetbaggers c)radical republicans

Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner were two most outspoken radical republicans.

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1. How was the Land Ordinance of 1785 a positive result of the Articles of Confederation? * A.The Congress could not levy taxes. B.The Congress could not force anyone to obey the laws. C.The Congress could take land from anyone who had not paid their land taxes. D.The Congress could raise money for the government by selling land west of the Appalachian Mountains. 2. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787 was important because it * A.ensured voting rights for all males. B.extended slavery north of the Ohio River. C.established reservations for Native American Indians. D.provided a process for admission of new states to the Union. 3. What was the main impact of Shays's Rebellion? * A.The increased enforcement of tax laws. B.The addition of new states to the Union. C.The adoption of the English Bill of Rights. D.Increased call for revision or replacement of the Articles of Confederation. 4. Native American attacks from the river banks, poling upstream on the Ohio and Cumberland Rivers, and ...? Which of the following should be correctly added to a list of struggles faced by the settlers as they moved from Watauga to the Cumberland Settlement? * A.severe winter weather B.the Revolutionary War C.lack of good soil and water D.interference by the British army 5. Why did the settlers west of the Appalachian Mountains attempt to form the State of Franklin? * A.North Carolina did not help its citizens west of the mountains. B.North Carolina gave the land west of the mountains back to England. C.North Carolina did not charge taxes to its citizens west of the mountains. D.North Carolina gave the land west of the mountains back to the Cherokee. 6. What was the purpose of the Cumberland Compact? * A.It mapped the route from Watauga to the Big Salt Lick. B.It was the self-government document written and signed by the Cumberland settlers. C.It divided land in Middle Tennessee between the Cumberland settlers and Native Americans. D.It was a list of the English Bill of Rights and how they should be used in the new American government.

It divided land in middle tenners between the Cumberland settlers and native American

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QUESTION POSTED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:36 AM

How did domestic and foreign policy change direction under hearding and Coolidge

He made great leaps in advancing his party's direction

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In the late 1800s, American sugar growers overthrew Queen Liliuokalani and asked the United States to annex a. Cuba. c. Samoa. b. the Philippines. d. Hawaii.

Hawaii. She was against it, but they overthrew her. Eventually Hawaii became a US state.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:28 AM

Why did us general douglas macarthur leave his command of troops near the end of the Korean war

Answer:

President Truman fires him for insubordination

Explanation:

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1. How did the boundaries of Israel change between 1947 and 1949? 2. Why did they change? 3. What future conflicts could occur from this change?

The boundaries changed, that is, increased in Israel's favor. The Arab controlled territory was reduced. It was increased after the British rule ended when the State of Israel was formed. Future conflicts could be war regarding territories and expansion.

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1. How did the boundaries of Israel change between 1947 and 1949? 2. Why did they change? 3. What future conflicts could occur from this change?

1) One point which nicely describes how the boundaries of Israel changed between 1947 and 1949 is that these boundaries expanded which was in favor of Israel and fit as a glove to its plans and designations.

2) The thing which lead to this change was that 
territories ,which were controlled by Arabs after the end of the British rule, has reduced due to forming of State of Israel. 

3) Such a change can not just expire without a trace, since the land was grabbed from one hands to another, other or the same force would like to retrieve a lost part of the map, so the most likely conflcit which may occur after it is war regarding territories and expansion. 

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QUESTION POSTED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:16 AM

Which of the following techniques of farming did the Mayan milpa system use? A) slash and burn farming B) canals and irrigation dug from major rivers C) the use of the iron plow D) draft animals pulling large plows

The Mayans first came up with the idea to use canals and trenches dug up with islands of land in between them. This would come from a water source such as a major river. The crops would then be constantly surrounded by water.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:15 AM

What duty must the President perform in the first few weeks of each new year that explains to the American people his vision for the United States?

To make a speech about all the things he will accomplish now that he is president

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In JFK's inaugural address, he asked that countries began anew the peace process and come together to study how to make better nuclear weapons True or False 0.0

  It´s false.

  The inaugural ceremony is a defining moment in a president´s career and John F. Kennedy knew this as he prepared for his own inaugural on January 20th of 1961. He wanted his addres to be short and clear; devoid of any partisan rethoric and focused on foreign policy.

  Inmediatly after reciting the oath of office, the President turned to adrresed the crowd gathered at the Capitol. His was the first delivered to a televised audience in color and it´s considered one of the best presidential inaugural speeches in American history.

  He began constructing the speech in November of 1960 with friends and advisers who submitted ideas but himself prepared the whole speech. Every sentence was worked, reworked and reduced according to his helpers. It was a piece of oratory that a generational change in the White House and called on the nation to combat " Tyranny, poverty, disease and war itslef."

  I will copy a quotation of the most famous part of the speech that summon it up some of the ideas expressed above:

  "Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans—born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage—and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today at home and around the world.

   And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country."

  He assumed as president at the height of the Cold War and he highlighted the newly discovered dangers of nuclear power and the accelerating arms race. One of the main ideas of the speech was that the countries focus on pure firepowershould be replaced with a focus on maintenance of international relations and helping the impoverished in the world.

  What we can deduce from the information given above is that JFK did the opposite of what the proposition tells so this is why it is a FALSE proposition.

  Hope this help you. Regards.

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What was prime minister koizumis motive for giving this address to the war dead

The correct answer is the following.

Prime Minister Koizumi’s speech wanted to communicate pride in the service of Japanese soldiers that die in war, and at the same time, promote a message of peace, and the role of Japan in the international community. The speech is somber and formal.  

Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi’s speech was delivered on August 15, 2004, during an anniversary of the Memorial Ceremony for the war Dead. Part of his speech says “Here today, based on its remorse over the war, Japan vows to uphold its pledge not to involve in war and to dedicate itself to the construction of Japan as a peaceful nation…”  

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QUESTION POSTED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:11 AM

The colonists won the Battle of Bunker Hill. True False

False it was the other side because even though they lost they had an inexperienced colonial forces inflicted significant casualties against the enemy

ANSWERED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:09 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 24/02/2020 - 12:09 AM

Which of the following characterizes life in the early industrial cities?

Overcrowding ................,

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The great-grandson of a slave, I argued the case against "separate but equal" and against Brown v. Board of Education before the Supreme Court. I won. This was the beginning of a tremendous change in the United States. Who am I?

The answer is Thurgood Marshall.

Thurgood Marshall was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from October 1967 to October 1991, being the first African-American elected to the post.

Before becoming a judge he had a successful career as lawyer, with a high success rate before the Supreme Court, and known for his victory in the case Brown v. Board of Education. In 1967, he was appointed by President Lyndon Johnson to the Supreme Court of the United States.

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In Chapter 8, why does Don Quixote free the prisoners he meets? A. Sancho Panza tricks him into setting them free. B. His lady orders him to free the prisoners so that they can serve her. C. He thinks they have been unfairly imprisoned and oppressed. D. They have all promised to never again break the law.

The correct answer is C) he thinks they have been unfairly imprisoned and oppressed.

In chapter 8, Don Quixote frees the prisoners he meets because he thinks they have been unfairly imprisoned and oppressed.

Don Quixote sees that the prisoners and handcuffed and wearing chains. The prisoners are there because they are poor people that He thinks that is unfair for poor people who are forced into jail to serve the king for the committed crimes. He is upset and comments this with Sancho Panza. The prisoners are kept in the Galeras, the Spanish word that the author uses to name the galleys.

Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra wrote “The Ingenious Gentleman Sir Quixote de la Mancha.” The first part was written in 1605 and the second part in 1615. It is the most important piece of literature of the Spanish Golden Age.

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