HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

What is a fleet of warships called

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Answer: A fleet of warships called is called also naval fleet

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HIGH SCHOOL

How did Enlightenment ideas show up in the various Democratic Revolutions?

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The Enlightenment period resulted in the creation of many different ideas seen in politics all across the world. A perfect example would be the concept of natural rights. Natural rights are supposed to be basic rights that all humans have. When first developed these included life, liberty, and property. This concept was seen in the French Revolution, as the Third Estate fought for the idea and used the phrase "Liberty, equality, and fraternity" to display what natural rights they had as citizens.

Another Enlightenment idea seen in democratic revolutions is the idea of the social contract. The social contract was an agreement between the people and the government that stated that citizens would give up some of their freedoms so that the government could make laws. If a government failed to own up to their end of the social contract, the citizens had a right to revolt. This is a perfect example of what happened during the American Revolution. American colonists felt that the British government was being unjust and was not ruling by the consent of the governed (aka the consent of the people) so they rebelled.
HIGH SCHOOL

Tobacco was considered a poor man's crop because:_______. a) it could be produced easily and quickly.
b) it was smoked by the lower class.
c) the poor were used to plant and harvest it.
d) it could be purchased at a low price.
e) it required complicated processing.

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Answer:

a) it could be produced easily and quickly.

Explanation:

In the colonial times of the 17th century, tobacco was "a poor man´s crop" and sugar was " a rich man´s crop," and these were the two main crops in the English settlements in the West Indies. Tobacco was easy to plant, to cultivate and its processing was not complicated. It didn´t require a large labor force per acre.

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A is your correct answer ok

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

The civil rights movement accomplished everything it set out to do and is over now. True or false.?

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This is true and false. I think more of true though.
It is mostly true
But a little fault
MIDDLE SCHOOL

During the Age of Imperialism, Britain and Russia disagreed over the control of which country in the Middle East?

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Answer:

Iran.

Explanation:

A policy of extending the rule of one nation to the foreign nations, usually by force, or by regulating the economic and political affairs of other nations, is known as Imperialism.  In the 1700's, Iran lost many of its territories to European nations, particularly to Russia and Britain. During the initial phase of the 19th century, Iran was a backward society. During the later phase of the 19th century, Russia and Great Britain fought over the control of Iran.

I could be wrong but the Ottoman Empire comes to mind. Message me the answers if it was multiple choice.


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Read the excerpt from act 2 of A Doll's House. Rank: Let me play for her. Helmer [getting up]. Yes, do. I can correct her better then. [RANK sits down at the piano and plays. NORA dances more and more wildly. HELMER has taken up a position beside the stove, and during her dance gives her frequent instructions. She does not seem to hear him; her hair comes down and falls over her shoulders; she pays no attention to it, but goes on dancing. Enter MRS. LINDE:] Mrs. Linde: [standing as if spell-bound in the doorway] Oh!— Nora: [as she dances] Such fun, Christine! Helmer: My dear darling Nora, you are dancing as if your life depended on it. Nora: So it does. Helmer: Stop, Rank; this is sheer madness. Stop, I tell you! [RANK stops playing, and NORA suddenly stands still. HELMER goes up to her.] I could never have believed it. You have forgotten everything I taught you. Nora: [throwing away the tambourine]. There, you see. Helmer: You will want a lot of coaching. Nora: Yes, you see how much I need it. You must coach me up to the last minute. Promise me that, Torvald! Helmer: You can depend on me. Which statement best describes the dramatic irony in this passage? The audience knows that the tarantella is supposed to be wildly fast, but Helmer does not. The audience knows that Nora is intentionally failing to dance correctly, but Helmer does not. The audience knows that Helmer does not know how to dance, but Nora does not know this. The audience knows that Doctor Rank loves Nora, but Helmer does not know that he does.