HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Difference between Folding and Faulting.(Geography)

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Answer 1
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Folding is when the Earth's crust bends. Folding occurs under compression when forces act towards each-other such as when plates collide.

Faulting on the other hand is a crack in the Earth's crust. Faults usually form the boundaries between the Earth's tectonic plates


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

What did the Sons of Liberty do?

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the Sons of Liberty was a secret revolutionary organization that was created in the Thirteen American colonies Advance the rights of the European colonists and to fight taxation by the British government. it played a major role in most colonies in battling the Stamp Act in 1765

HIGH SCHOOL

The war crimes trials of German and Japanese officials after World War II demonstrate the
principle that
(1) only nations can be considered responsible
for actions during war
(2) international law may not be applied to
national leaders
(3) nations have the authority to suspend human
rights
(4) leaders can be held accountable for crimes
against humanity

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The last answer is correct: many German and Japanese officers were tried and found guilty, and sentenced to death, and the sentence was executed: this shows that leaders can be held accountable  for crimes against humanity
HIGH SCHOOL

What was the major grievance of the people of arceville?

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The major grievance was taxes and destruction of their land. They had to pay huge taxes which included giving the produce they made. Their land got ruined because they could never let it rest or let it recuperate or enrich the soil, and they had to give so much, so they wanted for it to stop.
HIGH SCHOOL

What part of the united states did the dust bowl affect most directly?

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The Southern Plains suffered the most direct effects of the Dust Bowl. Thus, 'Southern Plains' is the correct answer.

Who was most directly affected by the Dust Bowl?

The panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma, northern New Mexico, southeast Colorado, and southwest Kansas were the regions most severely impacted. The Dust Bowl has come to represent the struggles faced by the whole country in the 1930s, even though it legally corresponds to the western third of Kansas, southeast Colorado, the Oklahoma Panhandle, the northern two-thirds of the Texas Panhandle, and northeastern New Mexico.

The duration of Dust Bowl lasted almost ten years. A recession following World War I caused the price of crops to decline. Farmers industrialized production and planted additional land to boost productivity. Without allowing the ground to go fallow and restore itself, the land was continuously planted and harvested. Without any vegetation to hold the dirt in place due to the dryness, it just blew away.

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The Dust Bowl affected the Southern Plains most directly.
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