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How did the development of agriculture during the Neolithic revolution produce changes in human societies?

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Answer: The Neolithic Revolution also known as Neolithic Demographic Transition, some of the time called the Agricultural Revolution, was the wide-scale move of numerous human societies from a way of life of chasing and assembling to one of agribusiness and settlement, making conceivable an undeniably bigger populace.

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Which of the following could be considered indicators of media bias? A.the number of pro-abortion rights stories on network television news broadcasts
B.an AM radio talk show hosted by a conservative
C.reporting negatively on the candidates during a campaign
D.all of the above are indicators of bias

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It's all of the above because all the sources are going to use their personal opinion to influence the outcome
HIGH SCHOOL

Which natural feature has most affected the continued development of a city?

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Assuming that this is referring to the same list of options that was posted before with this question, the correct response would be a "body of water"--whether it be a river, lake or ocean, since these bodies of water provide essential irrigation and trade routes. 

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C. the many bodies of water and rivers providing easy shipping near New Orleans, Louisiana

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

What are some events that led to the civil rights movement

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Some events include...
1. October,23,1947 = The first black major league baseball.
2. May,17,1954 = Law of seperating schools for black and white students.
3.December,1,1955 = Montgomery bus boycott
Those are the only things I remeber. I hope this helped!


July 1, 1964: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is passed, which forbid racial discrimination. August 4, 1964: Civil rights workers James E. Chaney, Michael Schwerner, and Andrew Goodman were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan. February 21, 1965: Malcolm X splits off from Elijah Muhammad’s Black Muslims and their belief in integration and nonviolence; he is assassinated in retaliation. March 7, 1965: Martin Luther King Jr. leads a 54-mile march to support black voter registration. They marched from Selma to Montgomery. August 10, 1965: A Voting Rights Act is approved. August 11-17, 1965: The Watts Riots occur with more than 100 riots occurred in Los Angeles black suburbs resulting in looting, burning, and 34 deaths. September 24, 1965: Executive Order 11246 isseued by President Johnson to enforce affirmative action. October 1966: The Black Panthers are founded by Bobby Seale and Huey Newton in Oakland, California. June 12, 1967: Interracial marriage is ruled unconstitutional by Supreme Court. July 1967: More race riots occur in Detroit and New York; they are the worst riots in US history and result in 43 Detroit deaths. April 4, 1968: While outside his home, Martin Luther King Jr. is murdered by James Earl Ray; riots broke out in 125 cities in response. April 11, 1968: Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1968. 1878: The Bakke v Regents of University of California decision outlaws fixed racial quotas. March 22, 1988: Civil Rights Restoration Act passed by Congress.
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Why were buddhist ideas appealing to people after the fall of the Han dynasty?

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Explanation:

Buddhist teachings were translated into Chinese. Then, with the breakdown of the Han dynasty, conversions to Buddhism spread among China's masses. They learned respect for India and they felt compelled to re-examine the theory that the Chinese emperor was the Son of Heaven and enthroned at the center of the world. I hope this helps.

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