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Which event started world war 1

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Answer 1
Answer: The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand triggered the start of World War I, with Austria Hungary declaring war on Serbia, and the alliances declaring war on each other

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Answer 2
Answer: World War 1 started after the assassination of Archduke Frank Ferdinand

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What were the names of the two plans created to set up the new government? Question 1 options: The Kentucky Plan and the Massachusetts Plan The Jefferson Plan and the Hamilton Plan The Northwest Ordinance and the Constitution The New Jersey Plan and The Virginia Plan

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new jersey plan and Virginia plan

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new jersey plan and Virginia plan

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How did the administration that took office in 1797 come to have a Federalist president and a Republican Vice President?

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During this time in the United States, it was possible to elect both a president and vice president from different political parties, since the person with the second-greatest number of electoral votes automatically became the vice president. 
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I NEED HELP !!! Which answer best explains one strength of the Articles of Confederation?

It determined the nation's capital should be in the newly established Washington, D.C.
It gave individual states the authority to collect taxes but protected states from being taxed by Congress.
It allowed Congress to pass laws about how the new western territory would be divided and governed.
It gave Congress the power to declare war, but individual states could decide whether or not to provide soldiers.

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The correct answer is B) it gave individual states the authority to collect taxes but protected states from being taxed by Congress.

The answer that best explains one strength of the Articles of Confederation is "It gave individual states the authority to collect taxes but protected states from being taxed by Congress."

The first Constitution of the United States is called the "Articles of the Confederation." After the formal Declaration of Independence from Britain on July 4, 1976, the government established the functions in the new country. The articles were active from 1777 until 1783 and basically stated that the states were sovereign, and the Congress was there to resolve disputes, coin money, and make treaties. But the Congress could not regulate trade and levy taxes.

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B) it gave individual states the authority to collect taxes but protected states from being taxed by Congress.

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Why was education so important to the Puritans

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It was important to the Puritains to learn how to read the bible and learn how to write. The Puritans believed that the individual should not be dependant on clergy, see Catholic Church at time, for knowledge of the Bible's content.

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They wanted people to be able to read the Bible

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