What most fundamentally aided the spread of enlightenment from Europe to America?


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Answer: The Age of Enlightenment was a philosophical movement which dominated and changed many of the ideas held in Europe during the 18th century. The main goals of Enlightenment thinkers were progress, reason, tolerance, liberty, and ending the abuses by the church and state. 
The ideas of the Enlightenment were spread from Europe to America by Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. They came to Europe from America and participated in the science and political debates. They then returned to America and many of the ideals of the Enlightenment were incorporated into the Declaration of Independence

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The cold war different from all other US wars


The cold war was different from other US wars, because it had multiple wars within the cold war that was fault, & that the US and USSR did not fight each other head on, instead through support. Usually the US fought those that they were attacking head-on instead of just support.

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What were the 3 main stages of the Persian war?


1. Persia suppression of the Ionian Revolt in Asia Minor 499-493 BCE.
2. Persia punitive expedition against Eretria and Athens 490 BCE.
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What are some differences between McCarthy’s ""West Virginia Speech"" and his ""letter to President Truman""? What are some similarities?


Senator McCarthy in a significant address at West Virginia, warned the U.S Congress about the presence of Communists in the administration.


No.1. Wisconsin Republican Senator Joseph R. McCarthy warned the Congress about the presence of under dogs.

No.2. During a campaign speech at the state of West Virginia, h warned the general public as well the administrators about the presence of Communists.

No.3. He also warned the general public that he has evidence about those members, who are working for the communist party as their shadowy agents. They are also contributing in the administrative works.


Speech of Joseph McCarthy, Wheeling, West Virginia, February 9, 1950


Ladies and gentlemen, this night, as one of the greatest men in American history is celebrating the hundred and forty-first birthday of the Highest, I would like to talk of a glorious day of world history. While we mark the birth of this man who hated war with his whole heart and soul, I want to talk of peace and disarmament all over the world in our day. These things could truly be mentioned when we celebrate Abraham Lincoln's birthday.

Five years from the end of the world war, the hearts of men will expect long peace — and the minds of men should be liberated from the heavy weight of war. Yet this isn't such a moment— it's not a time of peace. It is a time of the "Cold War," when the whole world is divided into two vast, more and more aggressive, armed groups, a time of a big arms race.

Today we can hear the murmurings or rumblings of a revived war god almost physically. From the Hills of Indochina, from the shores of Formosa, you can see it, feel it, and hear it all the way right into Europe itself.

The only consolation is that there has not yet been a "crazy moment" to fir the gun or to blow the bomb, which will make humanity the final task of destruction. There is still a hope for peace if we finally decide that we can no longer blind our eyes safely and cling our ears to the facts that are increasingly evident.

The big difference between our Western Christian and the atheistic communist world, gentlemen, is not political, it is moral. For example, the Marxian idea that land and factories are confiscated and the whole of the economy runs as a single company is crucial. Similarly, it is hardly less important for Lenin to invent the one-party police state as a way to make Marx's idea work.

Naturally, Stalin's determination to transmit both these ideas did a lot to dividing the world. However, with these only differences, the east and the west could still live in peace.


How dose the internet affect the way people find and exange information



it affects us because we really never know who is on the other side of that screen they might just wanna steal your identity or your credit cards that is why some websites don't allow you to exchange your info


The internet allows people to easily search for the information they need and check multiple sources for verification. It allows people to help one another via (web)sites like Brainly (for example) or "Yahoo!". Computers and mobile computers, such as phones or tablets, are easily accessible as they can be bought in many local stores, like Wal-Mart or Target (in America), therefor enabling many civilians to search for and find the information they need. Before the internet and computers, individuals relied on libraries and textbooks for answers. Many books were hard to find, or were limited depending on the subject. Because the books could not be "updated", the information could often be proven wrong and many people would not know- unless a new book was published. The internet has made it easier for men, women, and children everywhere to find, search for, change, update, and even store information.

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