Which state was the first to send its constitution to the people to vote on for ratification? a. Maine b. Massachusetts c. Pennsylvania d. South Carolina

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Answered by admin AT 15/01/2020 - 01:30 AM

Pennsylvania state was the first to send its constitution to the people to vote on for ratification, but first state that ratified Constititution was Delawere
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QUESTION POSTED AT 27/01/2020 - 12:45 AM

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I believe the answer is: Encouraged support for ideals like freedom of religion and criticized institutions like slavery

Enlightmeents promote the idea that all humans being should have equal treatments and the country should be run with a system that put people as the holder of the most power, not the nobles or government.

They believe that people should not be forced to follow a religion that they are not beleive in, and they see slavery as an evil act that derived from greed.

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Which of the following accurately summarizes an idea of scottish enlightenment philosopher adam smith? economic markets will regulate themselves without government interference. economic markets need government regulation in order to function properly. people need a strong government to control selfish instincts. people should surrender some rights in return for security provided by government.

The one that accurately summarizes the idea of Adam smith is : Economic markets will regulate themselves without government interference

His point of view is more commonly known as the Free Market Economy, in which the government will wash their hands of any other type of economic activities that happen within the country, and let it be controlled by the people themselves

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In 1735, peter zenger was tried for libel in the colony of new york. his trial established the separation of church and state. right to a fair trial. separation of government powers. freedom of the press.

Answer:

In 1735, Peter Zenger was tried for libel in the Colony of New York. His trial established the freedom of the press.

Explanation:

John Peter Zenger was an eighteenth-century printer, publisher and journalist from New York.  

Zenger had emigrated to New York from the German Palatinate region. His newspaper, the New York Weekly Journal, was funded by one of the opposition political factions in New York, probably that of James Alexander and William Smith, who used it to criticize the governor of the colony.

New York Colony Governor William Cosby filed a suit of libel against him in 1734, to end the criticism. But on August 5, 1735, the twelve jurors of New York rendered a verdict of "not guilty", without even deliberating, a judgment whose announcement was followed by three successive bursts of applause.

The next day, Zenger was released after 35 weeks of captivity. The failure of the prosecution for "venomous, slanderous and seditious" attacks against the British government was a decisive factor in the colony's assertion of an essential principle of freedom of the press: the right to criticize government authorities.

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President Lincoln attempted to resolve the issue of resupplying Fort Sumter by sending unarmed supply ships to the Fort. 

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Which of these statements identifies a difference between richard the lionheart and charlemagne? a. richard the lionheart's forces conquered jerusalem, while charlemagne's forces conquered europe. b. richard the lionheart fought the spread of islam, while charlemagne fought the spread of christianity. c. richard the lionheart unified all of europe under one government, while charlemagne divided it into separate states. d. richard the lionheart's major military campaign ended in a treaty, while charlemagne's ended in complete victory.

The statements that identify differences between Richard the Lionheart and Charlemagne would be D - Richard the Lionheart's major military campaign ended in a treaty (he had to turn back from Jerusalem), While Charlemagne's conquest ended in complete victory and he is today known as a great conqueror.

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Which statement best describes the events of february 4, 1861? delegates in south carolina met to vote on whether or not to secede from the union. citizens went to the polls to vote for lincoln, douglas, breckinridge, or bell for the presidency. confederate troops fired on fort sumter and forced union soldiers to surrender. delegates from several southern states met to form a new confederate government.

On February 4, 1861, delegates from several Southern states met to form a new confederate government.

In the presidential elections of 1860, the Republicans, led by Abraham Lincoln, supported the prohibition of slavery in all the territories of the United States. The Southern states saw this as a violation of their constitutional rights and as the first step in a grand republican plan to finally abolish slavery. The three candidates in favor of the Union received an overwhelming majority of 82% of the votes at the national level. The Republican Party, dominant in the North, secured a plurality of popular votes and a majority of the electoral votes nationwide, so Lincoln was elected president constitutionally. He was the first candidate of the Republican Party to win the presidency. However, before his inauguration, seven slave states with cotton-based economies (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Texas) declared secession and formed the Confederation on February 4, 1861.

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Why was fort sumter’s location important? it was near the capital of the union. it blocked shipping lanes in the north. it served as the base of the confederacy. it protected commercial areas in the south.

Answer:

D. It protected commercial areas in the south.

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According to the 12th amendment, if no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for president, the body that decides the issue is B) House of Representatives. 

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In a closed primary a. only declared party members may vote. b. all qualified voters may vote. c. voters must vote a split ticket. d. voters must complete separate ballots for both parties.

In a closed primary, only declared party members may vote. The advantage of having a closed primary is that it prevents one party from raiding the other primary in the hopes of nominating weaker candidates in the other party.

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Most south korean farmers work on : small family farms

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