HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which bill sought to prohibit discriminations in hotels, transportation services, and any facility that served the public? A. Tenure of Office act
B. Civil Rights Bill of 1875
C. Reconstruction Act
D. Fifteenth amendment

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Answer 1
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D. Fifteeth amendment

(or maybe C. it depends)

Answer 2
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Answer:c

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HIGH SCHOOL

Which christian doctrine does the catechism say meets more opposition than any other?

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The answer to this is Resurrection of the Body. Bible says that when Jesus returns to earth, he will physically raise all those who have died, giving back the bodies they have lost at death. Resurrection bodies will not die and for the righteous, they will be transformed into a glorified state.

The resurrection of the body. 

The Christian doctrine of a physical resurrection, based on the reality of Jesus' resurrection, not only meets with skepticism from non-Christians, but even within Christianity itself. A survey conducted in 2006 by the Scripps Survey Research Center at Ohio University found that only 36% of Americans believed that after death, their body will be resurrected someday. A 2017 survey conducted in Britain by the BBC found that one-quarter of Christians there said they did not believe Christ actually rose from the dead, and 31% of Christians in that survey said they did not believe in life after death. Among those who do believe in life after death, often they are thinking in terms of an afterlife for the soul, not the body.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In the lesson, you played the role of a juror in the case of Snoozer v. Early. Who was the plaintiff in that case? Suzy Snoozer, who wants compensation for her missing birds
Felina Early, who is accused of not controlling her cat
Johnny B. Goode, who is accused of robbing a video game store
Runnuh Bizz, who wants compensation for the stolen goods

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Answer:

I remember this case so I believe it was Suzy Snoozer.

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Suzy Snoozer

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

PLEASE 35 POINTS Which mayor of Atlanta had a hand in building Marta, Interstate 285, and 55 other building projects around the city? (SS8H10b) DOK 2 *
A) Carl Vinson
B) Ellis Arnall
C) William Hartsfield
D) Ivan Allen Jr.

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I think it is A it is the best
The answer would b d, Ivan Allen jr
MIDDLE SCHOOL

According to Bismarck what was Prussia’s role

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The correct answer is: to unify Germany.

Explanation:

Bismarck’s main goal was to unify Germany under Prussian control. He considered Prussia should rule over united Germany, and not to only one of its provinces. So, we could say the unification was important to Bismarck because he wanted to achieve the expansion of Prussia more than the unification of Germany. After the unification, he became the first Chancellor of the North German Confederation.

He also believed that Germany’s central position in Europe could be the main cause of its destruction in the event of any war, so Bismarck thought that Prussia was better positioned and more suitable to control united Germany.

HIGH SCHOOL

Both men and women had enormous influence on the debate over slavery that took place during the antebellum period. Choose one man and one woman from the list below, and describe how he or she influenced the debate over slavery. Be sure to include in your descriptions at least one piece of writing (or one speech) by each person that you choose to discuss. William Lloyd Garrison
Frederick Douglass
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Sojourner Truth
Angelina Grimke

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On the one hand, Frederick Douglass was born into slavery in Maryland. He was writer and abolitionist. He escaped from slavery and after that, he started to become a national leader of the abolitionist movement. He was asked to speak about his own story at abolitionist meeting. In his speech “What to the slave is the fourth of July?”, which he gave on July 5th, 1852, Douglass made a difference about Independence between people who are oppressed and who are not:

“What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July? I answer; a day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. To him, your celebration is a sham; your boasted liberty, an unholy license; your national greatness, swelling vanity; your sounds of rejoicing are empty and heartless; your denunciation of tyrants, brass fronted impudence; your shouts of liberty and equality, hollow mockery; your prayers and hymns, your sermons and thanksgivings, with all your religious parade and solemnity, are, to Him, mere bombast, fraud, deception, impiety, and hypocrisy-a thin veil to cover up crimes which would disgrace a nation of savages. There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of the United States, at this very hour.

Go where you may, search where you will, roam through all the monarchies and despotisms of the Old World, travel through South America, search out every abuse, and when you have found the last, lay your facts by the side of the everyday practices of this nation, and you will say with me, that, for revolting barbarity and shameless hypocrisy, America reigns without a rival.”

On the other hand, Harriet Beecher Stowe was an abolitionist in the 1850s, she was a great influence for African-Americans to have the same rights as any other citizen and to be treated as slaves.

Stowe became aware of the reality he was living when he moved with his family to the city of Cincinnati, Ohio in 1832, whose city had the abolitionist foundations that were decisive for her; becoming aware of slavery. His voice was heard through the written word with the release of the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin", published in 1851, whose book had great success in those years since the hero of the novel was an Afro-American. This book was at the center of public opinion in which the supporters of African-Americans and the opponents of Abolitionism were increasingly confronted that later led to a civil conflict.

On the part of Abraham Lincoln, in a meeting with the novelist in 1862, he assured that she had been the one who wrote the book that unleashed the war.

• "-George, your mood is terrible! -Indeed. But look at me well! Am I not a man like any other? Do not I have face, arms, legs and brain like the others? Why should they treat me so cruelly? Why? I have suffered so much in my life! I have seen my mother and my seven brothers sold. I have seen my master buy one of my sisters, which filled me with joy at the thought that I would have a loved one by my side. But that joy became a great pain when I saw that, at the slightest fault, they ground it to death and I could not do anything to defend it. Then they sold it to other slaves and I never heard from her or the rest of my people. I have suffered beatings, hunger, humiliations. "

Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) influenced the debate over slavery with his abolitionist positions, his rhetoric and his writings. He was born a slave in Maryland and later in his life he became a free man after escaping to New York. He was taught the alphabet by Sofia, the wife of his master Hugh Auld and then he continued studying and learning by himself. During his life he joined several abolitionists societies and his writings, specially A Narrative of The Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, gave him national and international notoriety.

Angelina Grimke's (1805-1879) influence on the debate over slavery consists mainly of her appeal to white women to petition to authorities to end slavery. Her stance on this topic combined abolitionism positions with Christianity. This can be seen in her essay An Appeal to the Christian Women of the South which was published in the American Anti-Slavery Society.


HIGH SCHOOL

The Corpus Juris Civilis, the founding document for many European law codes, is most closely associated with_____.

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The Corpus Juris Civilis, the founding document for many European law codes, is most closely associated with the Magna Carta, which came far before it. 
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why was Atlanta chosen for the final capital

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From the time Savannah held the title of state capital, a majority of Georgia was unhappy with the choice. As early as 1754 there was organized attempts to change the political center of power. During the American Revolution Augusta, Heard's Fort, and other locales served as temporary capitals. After the British left, the capital was moved to Augusta, then Louisville while a new city was being built on the Oconee River, reflecting the western move of Georgia's populace.    

But by 1847 some were unhappy with Milledgeville and called for an election to move the capital to Atlanta. During the 1850's Atlanta eclipsed every other Georgia town in most categories (shipping by boat is one example where it did not eclipse Savannah). Still, in general the move was opposed, with major opposition coming from Macon, who felt they were more centrally located for the state capital. In 1868 Georgia's military governors simply ordered the capital moved to Atlanta. Today's state capital remains one of the last vestiges of the Yankee occupation.

Explanation:

From the time Savannah held the title of state capital, a majority of Georgia was unhappy with the choice. As early as 1754 there was organized attempts to change the political center of power. During the American Revolution Augusta, Heard's Fort, and other locales served as temporary capitals. After the British left, the capital was moved to Augusta, then Louisville while a new city was being built on the Oconee River, reflecting the western move of Georgia's populace.    

But by 1847 some were unhappy with Milledgeville and called for an election to move the capital to Atlanta. During the 1850's Atlanta eclipsed every other Georgia town in most categories (shipping by boat is one example where it did not eclipse Savannah). Still, in general the move was opposed, with major opposition coming from Macon, who felt they were more centrally located for the state capital. In 1868 Georgia's military governors simply ordered the capital moved to Atlanta. Today's state capital remains one of the last vestiges of the Yankee occupation.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Why do tens of thousands of sub-Saharan Africans try to cross the Mediterranean each year? How are these refugees commonly portrayed?

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Saharan Africans are increasingly migrating to Kory America countries, with some using the region as a point of transit to eruope and some remaining in North America
HIGH SCHOOL

When we often interrupt a person who's speaking to us, we're likely to give the impression that A. we're knowledgeable about the topic of discussion.
B. we're really interested in what the speaker is saying.
C. we want to hear more about the topic being discussed.
D. we aren't really listening to what the speaker is saying.

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The correct answer is D. we aren't really listening to what the speaker is saying. It is very rude to interrupt other people while they are speaking, because we may give off the impression that they are boring us with their story, or that we don't really care about what they are saying, or that we just aren't listening to them enough. We should speak if we are asked to do so and otherwise wait for them to finish.
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