The right answer is C. we should allow ourselves to be colonized again .
“manifest destiny” of the United States to spread throughout the continent at whatever cost and at whomever’s expense. Americans generally believed that they enjoyed the blessing of Providence in their efforts to consolidate the continent and bring it under their control. The concept of manifest destiny ignored the prior claims of Native Americans and Hispanics on western lands and consequently, ignored the idea of being colonized again.
C. we should allow ourselves to be colonized again
BRAINLISET GIVEN NO GUESSING Slide 1 – Confucius stressed two “R”s on page 4 of 7, what are they? What is filial piety?
What role did the invasion of William the Conqueror play in the development of a national identity for England?
Starting in the conquest, we see a situation that will last for centuries in England, which is the coexistence of people who speak English and French. His reign also represented a period of extreme change in the lives of the English, including the implementation of the French language in everyday life and the refined ties between both countries that lasted throughout the Middle Ages.
As the first Frenchman to sit on the throne of England, William made an impact that still bears fruit in English culture. His achievement culminated in reforms in the church, culture, and language of the country. William's government merged elements of the English and Norman systems of government into a single new model, which later laid the foundations of what would be the English medieval kingdom. He was only one of the first representatives of the powerful absolutist monarchy that guided the United Kingdom for centuries.
Read this excerpt from a leaflet that the United States circulated in Japan in 1945. Then answer the question that follows. The Soviet Union, because of this rejection on the part of the military, has notified your Ambassador Sato that it has declared war on your nation. Thus, all powerful countries of the world are now at war with you. Also, because of your leaders' refusal to accept the surrender declaration that would enable Japan to honorably end this useless war, we have employed our atomic bomb. A single one of our newly developed atomic bombs is actually the equivalent in explosive power to what 2000 of our giant B-29s could have carried on a single mission. Radio Tokyo has told you that with the first use of this weapon of total destruction, Hiroshima was virtually destroyed. Before we use this bomb again and again to destroy every resource of the military by which they are prolonging this useless war, petition the emperor now to end the war. Our president has outlined for you the thirteen consequences of an honorable surrender. We urge that you accept these consequences and begin the work of building a new, better, and peace-loving Japan. Based on the excerpt, which sentence best summarizes the Allies reason for using the atomic bomb on Japan?