What did Copernicus and Galileo have in common? Both of them published works that challenged the views of the Church.
They both believed in the geocentric theory of the universe.
They were both imprisoned by the Church.
Neither of them could test out their ideas about the universe.
The answer would be A
It cause the surrender of japan what reason for droppi ng the bomb explain
(MC)Which factor contributed to the entry of the United States into World War I? the imminent collapse of the Allies’ defenses German submarine attacks on American ships overwhelming public support for the war effort Mexico’s declaration of war on the United States Ask for details Follow Report by BigAnazarimo 09.12.2015
How did technology play a role in an opening southeast Asia and the Pacific to foreign influence? a. faster Communications using the telephone lines made it easier for governments to monitor colonies.
b. faster and more powerful ships were able to transport explorers and troops to war far away lands.
c. better farming Methods made Asian cops more desirable by the West.
d. better train routes enabled faster between Europe and Asia.
Samuel Gompers was MOST associated with which of these in the late 1800s? A) World War I B) labor unions C) steel industry D) Spanish American War
B is the correct answer.
Samuel Gompers was born in England but became famous as an American Labor leader. Gompers built the American Federation of Labor into a force to be reckoned with, working to elect friends of labor.
The correct answer is B, Labor Unions.
Why did the Native Americans not feel threatened with removal by the army? It was a state issue and not a federal issue.
They could fight the army if they needed to do so.
The president was too weak to take action.
The judicial branch had supported their position.
because they know that it is their land so they won´t have to move or feel threatend
Explanation:and the answer is b
Answer: Its B because i got it right on my test
A direct rusult of Rosa park refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus in 1955 was
In the context of growing ethnic markets, african americans in the united states:
After he was excommunicated, Henry IV stood barefoot in the snow to gain the people’s forgiveness. If given the chance to interview him, what 3 questions would you ask?
1) why did you decide that standing in the snow would gain peoples forgiveness?
2) why (in that time) was it appropriate to excommunicate people?
3) what did you do to be excommunicated?