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Who is a producer? a.) a manufacture of goods. b.) a provider of financial backing. c .) a buyer of goods of services. d.) a provider of goods or services

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Answer: The letter D is the correct answer.

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Two differences between the first and second industrial revolution

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The second industrial was about electricity and
chemicals the first was about textile,coal and iron
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Why is federalism an important principal of American Government

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Federalism is a compromise meant to eliminate the disadvantages of both systems. In a federal system, power is shared by the national and state governments. The Constitution designates certain powers to be the domain of a central government, and others are specifically reserved to the state governments.

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How did the Ashikaga Shogunate lead to a divided Japan?

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Yoshiaki asked for protection(after the fall of Askiaga shogunate) from the Mori clan in western Japan which created a treat towards the rest of Japan.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What types of local conflicts became Cold War conflicts? -conflicts where the United States and the Soviet Union had competing interests - only conflicts where a U.S. ally was a participant
-conflicts where NATO members were participants
-only conflicts where there was a shared border with a U.S. ally

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conflicts where the United States and the Soviet Union had competing interests

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The Cold War period is a period of very tense relations between the two global superpowers, the USA and the USSR. Both countries were trying to impose their dominance as much as possible all around the world, with both of them having their allies and supporters, and opposition and enemies. Despite the constant threats to one another, these two countries never had a direct war between each other, but instead the battlefields were on neutral terrain, where they both had interests. Some examples of such conflicts are the ones in Vietnam, the Korean Peninsula, and Afghanistan.

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