Which is not goal of the us in Afghanistan
QUESTION POSTED AT 15/01/2020 - 03:04 AM
QUESTION POSTED AT 15/01/2020 - 03:04 AM
It stated three major roles: A construction of a strong national banking system, high protective tariffs on imported goods, and transportation improvements, such as the construction of canals.
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to halt the spread of Muslim rule.
ANSWERED AT 26/01/2020 - 09:49 PM
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The gold of the trust-busting in the early 1900s was eliminate or regulate those business, which due to their increasing fraudulent actions like intimidation and bribing, were becoming and impediment to a free market economy.
Monopolies and Trusts became the principal target for then President Theodore Roosevelt between 1901 and 1909. But the fight against these entities continue until 1917. The previous approach from the government to stay away from big businesses, was no longer effective because these big monopolies were using their corporate power to abuse smaller businesses.
President Roosevelt was very clear and conveyed that he was not against big businesses and Trusts, only those who were abusive and bad for a free market economy.
Federal regulation of big businesses was extremely difficult to implement but at the end, new anti-trust laws and regulations were created, to keep this corporations within the law.
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The Atlantic Charter was a meeting between the countries of Europe and the U.S. They talked about post war issues they would address, assuming if the Allies would win the war. The document they released after the meeting was called the Atlantic Charter. Things on the document were
• political self-determination for all nations
• free trade
• freedom of the seas
• creation of an international group to keep the peace
The answer is a statement of post war goals after an Allied victory
ANSWERED AT 25/01/2020 - 02:29 PM
QUESTION POSTED AT 25/01/2020 - 02:29 PM
Military Advancement and better use of technology.
Relationships between the U.S and the Soviet Union was a complex change of political, ideological and economic, led to changes among careful collaboration and frequently hostile power rivalry over the years. The political differences of these two countries often stopped them from leading a mutual agreement on issues, as in the case in the Cuban missile crisis, brought them close to the war.
The U.S. has always been against the communism and Soviet have used his influences in Europe. Both these nations have advance technology and military advancement in the nuclear weapon and missile race in which they were able to show their position in Europe.
ANSWERED AT 25/01/2020 - 02:26 PM
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Option D is the right answer, that they opposed it because the isolationist sentiment was growing, and many people feared American involvement in another war.
At the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, the first International Peacekeeping Organization was established by President Woodrow Wilson with an idea to solve International disputes. Although president Wilson enthusiastically promoted this organization yet the United States did not join the league officially due to the Congress's Isolationists Opposition. President Wilson met vigorous opposition from this group, particularly from Republican senators, who protested to the Article X of the league's agreement. Isolationist opposed the United States further involvement in any international conflicts and saw Article X as the direct negligence of US Sovereignty.
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The correct answer is D, as the US involvement in Afghanistan continued into the 2010s.
The war was declared by the United States after the attacks of September 11, 2001, with the aim of dismantling the terrorist network Al Qaeda and return safety to Afghanistan by eliminating the Taliban from power. After 2001, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was involved in the war, eventually executing combat operations, under the direction of US commanders. On December 28, 2014, NATO officially ended combat operations in Afghanistan and transferred full responsibility for security to the Afghan government through a ceremony in Kabul, marking the beginning of the new phase of the conflict.
On August 21, 2017, US President Donald Trump announced that the United States will remain involved in the war, with an unspecified increase in troops and no fixed deadlines for their withdrawal, although it was known that 4000 more soldiers arrived in that Asian country, counting with a total of 14,000 US troops and a total of 16,000 soldiers of all foreign occupation forces.
ANSWERED AT 24/01/2020 - 04:13 AM
QUESTION POSTED AT 24/01/2020 - 04:13 AM
The correct answer is D, as US involvement in Afghanistan continued into the 2010s. The US involvement in the War in Afghanistan, which started after the World Trade Center attacks in 2001 with the purpose of taking out Al Qaeda, is still ongoing until today. Approximately 14,000 American servicemen are in Afghanistan, and to date it is not known when the US involvement in the conflict will end.
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A major goal for American Indians in rhe 1960s was to have their lands protected.
The native American population had almost doubled between 1950 and 1970, with an unemployment rate ten times the national rate.
At that time period, Native Americans were more patriotic and radical. Native Americans fought for their rights and for recognition. Even thought their were violent demonstrations including the Wounded Knee Incident and the Pine Ridge Reservation Shooting, there were also many Acts passed that benefited Native Americans in the long term such as the Indian Education Act and the Indian Child Welfare Act.
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I believe the answer is: A.increase in productivity
By investing in training, the workers would much more proficient in using the technology. When this happen, the workers tend to need lesser amount of time to complete a certain order. This would increase both productivity and the net profit of the bakery.
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The answer is B. enfranchisement, legal status, and institutional aid
Du Bois was one of the African-Americans who have tried to fight against the Racial Discrimination happening in the United States. He didn’t agree with Washington’s view on the issues against the segregations. Washington wanted the African-Americans to give up on the enfranchisement, legal status and institutional aid, he believes that they should just give up on those aspects, however, for Du Bois; he believes that Washington is wrong and that they should continue to fight against the racial discrimination that they are experiencing in the United State. He believes that the Caucasian have gone against the 14th Amendment of the US Constition.
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