What was the main issue that divided Congress before the Missouri Compromise? Select the best answer from the choices provided. a. the number of slave and free states b. the annexation of Florida c. Andrew Jackson's punishment d. how to stop Russian expansion

QUESTION POSTED AT 18/01/2020 - 07:26 AM

Answered by admin AT 18/01/2020 - 07:26 AM

Its A. Anything concerning the Missiouri Comp is about the blance between slave and free states.
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What is culture? answer in your OWN words.

A friend of mine just asked me about this, so I have lots of thoughts about it. This may be deeper than you need, but here goes: My initial feelings about culture lead me to think of simply a “way of life” but if I think about it just a bit more, I notice that the word “way” connects to the idea of a path or perhaps even a journey – as in “let’s go this way” or “you go your way, and I’ll go mine.” Of course there is a collective nature to culture, so culture is like a collective journey or shared path. But I also get a feeling of boats on a river. Each boat has a certain level of individual freedom, but collectively they are all floating down the same river, so there is a sort of shared movement and common history despite whatever individual movements or relationships there might be among or between the individual boats. And of course rivers have branches, so some boats follow one branch while other boats follow other branches, so shared histories diverge and thus different cultures have very different characteristics.

Getting a bit more philosophical/esoteric, I also get an image of the individuals in a culture existing like cells in body. Different cells belong to different bodies, but each body defines the context – the role, function , or “meaning” – of the individual cells. The “essence” of a brain cell is different than the essence of a liver cell, and these differences in essence are correlated with their different roles – but these roles, in turn, spring from their function in the overall body – and this is what culture does; it is the larger “body” or context that defines a great deal of our essence as conscious individuals. Just as there is a degree of literal truth in the old saying “You are what you eat,” I sense a degree of literal truth in the idea that we are, to a significant degree, constituted by the culture in which we live. Our bodies are constituted by the materials we ingest, and our minds are constituted by the “psychical material” that we ingest, and the contextual meaning of this “mental food” comes from or culture. I want to emphasize the word ‘constituted’ because it is a lot stronger than just saying “influenced by” – it gets at the idea that our culture becomes part of our actual, deep, essence.

As for examples from my own life…well…since I am a philosopher, a great deal of my life IS thinking about stuff like this, so in a way, I have been speaking from my own life this whole time. For various reasons stemming from my interest in philosophy of mind, I do not believe that there are any such things as isolated (or isolatable) conscious individuals. A major part of the essence of a conscious individual is the context which provides the systems of meaning-relations that constitute the very nature of consciousness. Consciousness, I believe, is culturally constituted. Without culture there is no consciousness, and without consciousness, there are no selves, no egos. Without my consciousness there is no “me” as the individual that I am. But I know you are asking for something more personal, so let’s see…here is one concrete example: I was raised in a culture that values monogamy and devalues alternative lifestyles. For various reasons I have protested against this cultural mainstream. To borrow from my boats/river metaphor, you might say that my wife and I have spent a lot of time “swimming up stream” on this issue. Part of our role in life – one of the labels defining who we are as individuals is our membership in “alternative lifestyles”. But notice that this definition of who we are – this aspect of our identity – only has meaning in the context of a culture that values monogamy. Even tho we don’t flow with the majority, our lives are still to some extent defined by the flow of the majority – the overall flow of the culture that gives our status as “protesters” the very meaning that it has. We are who we are because of the culture, even when we don’t flow with the culture. It is part of our very essence as individuals, and we cannot abandon this essence no matter how hard we try (or at least we can’t abandon it without losing our selves in the process).
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Sorry if I’ve rambled a bit. I’ve taken classes on hermanutics, semotics, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, etc. I don't consciously remember much of anything from these classes (I just don’t have a memory for details), but I guess I must be learning something along the way, cuz me can sure talk big words ;-) I guess you could say that the verbal diarrhea you are now experiencing is another example from my personal life. It is who I am. I am the crazy dude who spouts nonsense all over the place – the one you’d probably be embarrassed to bring home to meet your mom

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How did hunger strikes by enslaved africans affect slave holders during the middle passage?

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During the early 1800s, which factor contributed the most to the start of the industrial revolution in the united states?

Answer:  An abundance of natural resources

Further detail:

The Industrial Revolution had its beginning in Great Britain, and eventually spread from there.  Once the United States became involved, especially in the "Second Industrial Revolution" years (1870-1914), the size and resources of the country allowed the US to become a bigger industrial power than the nations of Europe.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 11:13 PM

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5/48, 3/16, .5, 0.75! Hope this helped

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:49 PM

A weakness of Congress under the Articles of Confederation was that it could not A.) conduct diplomacy. B.) print or issue currency. C.) collect taxes. D.) declare war.

Answer:

The correct answer is C. A weakness of Congress under the Articles of Confederation was that it could not collect taxes.

Explanation:

The Articles of Confederation constituted the first government document of the United States of America. They were approved by the Second Continental Congress on November 15, 1777, after several months of debate. It was a non-binding guideline until its ratification four years later, on March 1, 1781.

The Articles supported the Continental Army and allowed the thirteen states to form a united front before the European powers. However, as a tool to build an effective government in times of war, it was a failure. Congress could make decisions, but did not have the power to apply them. Perhaps, the biggest setback was the requirement of unanimous approval of the 13 States to modify the articles. At the same time, the most important power that Congress lacked was the power to collect taxes: it could only request money from the States. These, for their part, did not always comply with the demands and Congress did not have the necessary funds for its operation.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:48 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:48 PM

Choose two states and compare and contrast their locations,shape,or size.

Try Maine and Hawaii or two of them that are complete opposites

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:44 PM

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Promised peace, land and bread

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:44 PM

How did Jackson solve the issue of states' rights? A: He lowered federal tariffs but affirmed his power to use the military to collect them. B: He allowed the Southern states to ignore the federal laws with which they disagreed. C: He allowed South Carolina to secede from the Union. D: He invaded South Carolina and forced John Calhoun out of office.

The correct answer is A) He lowered federal tariffs but affirmed his power to use the military to collect them.

The states rights issue referred to in the question dealt with the Tariff of "Abominations." This name of the tariff, given to by Southern politicians, showed their distain for this tax on foreign goods. This is due to the fact that many Southerners made significant profits through trading with other countries.

Some Southerners went as far as to nullify this tariff. Nullification is a process in which a state ignores a federal law or ruling because they believe it is unconstitutional. This resulted in controversy between Northerners, Southerners, and the president (Andrew Jackson). Ultimately the tariff was lowered but Jackson reinforced the idea that the federal government still has control over the states, especially when it comes to following federal laws.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:40 PM

What was being questioned about the slave trade and what was the final decision about it?

Should slavery be banned or not? The people were to vote for is slavery to be banned or not

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:38 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:38 PM

Who were the first 5 President of United State?

1.George Washington
2. John Adams
3. Thomas Jefferson
4. James Madison
5. James Monroe

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:52 PM

What specific language in the document indicates that the freeing of slaves is for moral reasons?

The Emancipation Proclamation, formally issued on January 1, 1863, by President abraham lincoln is often mistakenly praised as the legal instrument that ended slavery—actually, the thirteenth amendment to the Constitution, ratified in December 1865, outlawed slavery. But the proclamation is justifiably celebrated as a significant step toward the goal of ending slavery and making African Americans equal citizens of the United States. Coming as it did in the midst of the Civil War (1861–65), the proclamation announced to the Confederacy and the world that the abolition of slavery had become an important goal of the North in its fight against the rebellious states of the South. The document also marked a shift in Lincoln's mind toward support for emancipation. Just before signing the final document in 1863, Lincoln said, "I never, in my life, felt more certain that I was doing right than I do in signing this paper."

In the text of the proclamation—which is almost entirely the work of Lincoln himself—Lincoln characterizes his order as "an act of justice, warranted by the Constitution upon military necessity." These words capture the essential character of Lincoln's work in the document. On the one hand, he perceived the proclamation as a kind of military tactic that would aid the Union in its difficult struggle against the Confederacy. As such, it was an extraordinary measure that carried the force of law under the powers granted by the Constitution to the president as commander in chief of the U.S. military forces. But on the other hand, Lincoln saw the proclamation as "an act of justice" that announced the intention of the North to free the slaves. In this respect, it became an important statement of the intent to abolish slavery in the United States once and for all, as well as a vital symbol of human freedom to later generations.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:48 PM

Which list accurately describes the course of Abraham Lincoln’s political career?member of House of Representatives, member of US Senate, US presidentIllinois governor, member of House of Representatives, US presidentIllinois state legislator, member of House of Representatives, US presidentIllinois state legislator, member of US Senate, US president

Correct answer:  Illinois state legislator, member of House of Representatives, US president

Detail:

Abraham Lincoln first served as a state legislator, a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, from 1834-1842.

Later, he served as a member of the US House of Representatives, representing Illinois' 7th Congressional District.  He served in the US House from 1847 to 1849.

In 1860, Abraham Lincoln successfully ran for President as the candidate of the recently-formed Republican Party.  He served as President from March 4, 1861 until his death (by assassination) on April 15, 1865.

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:36 PM

Why was the issue of slavery in Texas an important consideration to the Missouri compromise

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 09:31 PM

Which of the following was not true of slavery in ancient Rome? A. Slaves were overwhelmingly non-white B. Slaves included persons used as teachers and physicians C. There were major slave uprisings D. Roman wars brought in so many slaves that the structure of Roman society changed

I believe the correct answer from the choices listed above is option B. The statement that is not true of slavery in ancient Rome would be that slaves included persons used as teachers and physicians. Hope this answers the question. Have a nice day.

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What effect did the Treaty of Paris have on France? A. France lost almost all its land in present-day Canada and the Ohio Valley. B. Britain received Florida from Spain. C. The French coastal towns grew. D. The French regained the Ohio Valley and its former lands in present-day Canada.

The terms of the Treaty of Paris were harsh to losing France. All French territory on the mainland of North America was lost. The British received Quebec and the Ohio Valley. The port of New Orleans and the Louisiana Territory west of the Mississippi were ceded to Spain for their efforts as a British ally. hope i help you with your answer 

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 05:13 PM

Cuba had sugar plantations that interested the United States in the early 1900s.TrueFalse

I think the answer is true

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 01:37 PM

1-In New York Times v. Sullivan, the supreme court ruled that statements about public figures are examples of libel only when they are made with malice and reckless disregard for the truth. In which of the following ways does this ruling support a healthy democracy? (1 point) A)It promotes competition among a variety of media sources B)It allows people the freedom to criticize public officials C)It fosters cooperation between the media and the government D)It requires absolute certainty of all published information 2-Which of the following examples support the notion that a free press is an essential element of a limited government? (Select 2) A)Journalists are entitled to cover trials B)We need a fourth branch of the federal government C)It is difficult for public officials to win libel cases D)Information can be withheld to protect national security E)Proper search warrants can be applied to the media

1. B - It allows people the freedom to criticize public officials.

When the citizens had the freedom to cricitize its own government, the government would be forced to live up to a certain standard. This would dramatically reduce the complacency within the government body, and the government become more likely to listen and create legislations that satisfy the majority of people.


2. A. Journalists are entitled to cover trials

and

C. It is difficult for public officials to win libel cases.

Through this, the journalist could act as a middle man that connect what happen within the government body, transform it into pieces of information, and give it to the people so we can form our own opinion about it. Difficulties to win libel cases favours journalists because it allow them to criticize public officials without direct threat of of being sued for smearing their name.


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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 12:56 PM

How might the Marbury V Madison ruling affect future actions of by Congress

The answer is the very numbers we use today 

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QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 12:29 PM

List and explain the 8 events that led America to gain the entire continental United States

Not listed in order:

1. Stamp Act Congress
2. The fight of Lexington and Concord
3. Boston Tea Party
4. Second Contiental Congress
5. Lee's Resolution
6. The battle of Bunker Hill
7. Boston Massacre
8. The Declaration of Independence

These were the few of many events that started the United States of America.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:56 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:56 AM

Which best describes Carrie Chapman Catt’s “Winning Plan” to achieve national women's suffrage? to demand a constitutional amendment instead of campaigning for suffrage in individual states to campaign strongly for women’s suffrage on the state level instead of lobbying Congress to pass a constitutional amendment to win women’s suffrage in as many states as possible while campaigning Congress to pass a constitutional amendment to amend the US Constitution to grant women suffrage and then establish it in individual states

I believe the answer is: to win women's suffrage in as many states as possible while campaigning Congress to pass a constitutional amendment.

Catt's winning plan revolve around selecting the government representatives that openly support suffrage movement to have a position in the legislative body.

By doing this in as many states as possible, the suffrage movement would have enormous power that force the federal government to conform and created an amendment to guarantee women's right to vote.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:55 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:55 AM

What are three colonies founded to escape religious persecution in Europe? -Virginia -Maine -Maryland -Massachusetts -New York

The correct options are: Maryland - Massachusetts - Virginia.

In 1607 a group of English settlers built a tiny village in Jamestown, Virginia. Carriers of a card of the daughter of King James I of England, founded the first English colony that survived. A London company interested in obtaining profits financed the foundation, but never obtained them. Of the first 105 settlers, 73 died of hunger and disease in the first seven months after their arrival. But the colony grew and prospered over time. The Virginians discovered the way to earn money with the cultivation of tobacco, which they began shipping to England in 1614.

In New England, the northeastern region of what is now the United States, the English Puritans established several colonies. These colonizers thought that the Church of England had adopted too many practices of Catholicism, and they came to America fleeing persecution in English lands and with the intention of founding a colony based on their own religious ideals. A group of Puritans, known as pilgrims, crossed the Atlantic on a ship called Mayflower and settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620. A much larger Puritan colony was established in the Boston area in 1630. By 1635, some colonists They were already migrating to nearby Connecticut.

The Pilgrim Fathers (in English, Pilgrim Fathers or only Pilgrims) was an English religious group formed at the end of the 16th century that, being dissatisfied with the political-religious environment in their country, decided to emigrate, first to Leiden (Holland) in 1609 and then to the New World in 1620.

The pilgrims began their journey on August 5, 1620, from the port of Southampton aboard the ship Mayflower, after crossing the North Atlantic arrived at the American coasts of New England in November of that same year in the area where the current city of Provincetown practically in the Cape Cod of Massachusetts. These travelers wanted to settle in the English colony of Jamestown (Virginia) that had been founded in 1607, but navigational errors took them to more northern areas.

ANSWERED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:07 AM


QUESTION POSTED AT 20/02/2020 - 10:07 AM

After a bill is sponsored by a senator and passed a subcommittee's test, what are the next steps? Select all that apply. get approval from president work on a subcommittee to amend a bill get approved by the committee work with lobbyist to pass legislation through the House pass the Senate vote, and move to the other chamber

I believe the answer is:

- get approved by the committee  

- pass the senate vote, and move to the other chamber

After passing the subcommittee's test, the bill would be reviewed by the committee in order to see whether it's can be realized with their current budget. After that, the bill would be passed to the senate so each representatives from states could vote for the bill. Simple majority (more than 50% votes) would make the bills able to move to other chamber.

ANSWERED AT 19/02/2020 - 04:23 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 04:23 PM

Powers shared by the federal and state are called?

They are called concurrent powers. 
Delegated powers 
are the ones meant for the federal government.
Reserved powers are powers meant for the state. The 10th ammendment states that all powers not delegated are left for the states.

ANSWERED AT 19/02/2020 - 03:28 PM


QUESTION POSTED AT 19/02/2020 - 03:28 PM