What characteristic marked American mainstream society in the 1950s?


Answer 1
Answer: The key characteristic that marked American mainstream society during this time was "stability". America had just emerged from World War II with a great deal of economic prosperity which allowed many people to buy houses and live peacefully in suburbs. 
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Which court was one of the most active in shaping public policy in the twentieth century?


The us court lol.........

Which of the following best describes the Cherokee's main argument in the Cherokee Nation v. Georgia case? A) the cherokee testified that u.s. officials had unfairly tricked them into giving up their lands. B) the cherokee argued that because they had lived in the territory first, they could not be removed. C) the cherokee claimed that because they were an independent nation, they could not be governed by state laws. D) the cherokee explained that because they had no central government, they should remain in familiar territory


The cherokee claimed that because they were an independent nation, they could not be governed by state laws is best describes the Cherokee's main argument in the Cherokee Nation v. Georgia case.

What happened in the Cherokee Nation v Georgia case?

In Georgia, the Cherokee Nation was declared sovereign by the US Supreme Court. The court has enforced the law to take the people out from the land.

Georgia has no legal capacity to implement its laws within its boundaries, according to Chief Justice John Marshall's judgement.

Thus, option C is correct.

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The answer would be C. The Cherokee claimed that because they were an independent nation and the state recognized them as such in peace treaties, they could not be governed by state law.

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How did the ideas of George Washington Carver improve farming in the South?


The correct answer to this open question is the following.

From being a slave to being a graduate from Tuskegee college, in Alabama, George Washington Carver developed many ways to use peanuts to help crops in the southern states and taught southern farmers new agriculture techniques to improve the soil.

He taught southern farmers new techniques of crop rotation and fertilization to improve their crops. He also develops techniques to use chemistry in finding different uses of agricultural surpluses. Some people called this "chemurgy."

He developed many products using peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans. He was a champion of crop rotation and education in farming

Use the passage to answer 24 and 25 On seeing their old teacher approach, the five bhikkhus agreed among themselves not to salute him, nor to address him as a master, but by his name only. "For," so they said, "he has broken his vow and has abandoned holiness. He is no bhikkhu but Gotama, and Gotama has become a man who lives in abundance and indulges in the pleasures of worldliness."
But when the Blessed One approached in a dignified manner, they involuntarily rose from their seats and greeted him in spite of their resolution. Still they called him by his name and addressed him as "friend Gotama."
When they had thus received the Blessed One, he said: "Do not call the Tathagata by his name nor address him as 'friend,' for he is the … the Holy One. [He] looks with a kind heart equally on all living beings, and they therefore call him 'Father.' To disrespect a father is wrong; to despise him, is wicked.
"The Tathagata," [he] continued, "does not seek salvation in austerities, but neither does he for that reason indulge in worldly pleasures, nor live in abundance. The Tathagata has found the middle path.
"There are two extremes, O bhikkhus, which the man who has given up the world ought not to follow-the habitual practice, on the one hand, of self-indulgence which is unworthy, vain and fit only for the worldly-minded and the habitual practice, on the other hand, of self-mortification, which is painful, useless and unprofitable.
"Neither abstinence from fish or flesh, nor going naked, nor shaving the head, nor wearing matted hair, nor dressing in a rough garment, nor covering oneself with dirt, nor sacrificing to Agni, will cleanse a man who is not free from delusions.

24. The passage above reflects the beliefs of

25. Which of the following provides historical context for the development of the ideas in the passage?
a. anger with Roman oppression in Jewish Palestine
b. rich cultural exchange in East Africa as a result of the Indian Ocean Maritime System
c. frustration with the Hindu Caste system in Vedic Age India
d. economic hardship in Rome after the Punic Wars


Not certain, but it MIGHT be hinduism and c.

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