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HOMEWORK!! Do you think it might be possible to have direct democracy in the United States? Describe what tools could be used to make that work.

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Answer 1
Answer: No, I do not think it is possible. Direct Democracy entails participation from all citizens. If we have trouble with a Representative Democracy, how are we expected to expand?

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Question 3 (1 point) Why was the Annapolis Convention, in September of 1787, not successful?
A. 3 amendments were created during the convention, but none were adopted by
Congress
B. Delegates from onlyhs of the 13 states attended and no business could be
conducted
C. None of the states could agree on who should be the chairman for the convention
D. None of the delegates from each of the 13 states could agree on what needed to be done

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B. Delegates from only 5 of the 13 states attended and no business could be  conducted

Explanation:

  • In 1786, at the Annapolis Convention it was decided to convene a constituent convention, which was to pass a new constitution.
  • The Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia in May 1787, at which a new constitution was passed, after a fierce and fierce political ideological struggle.
  • The first concept was based on a strong centralized government, which suited the great powers. This plan was called the Virginia Plan, where the legislature could legislate when individual states were not competent.
  • Large states would have the advantage of a larger population under this constitution because each state would have a population proportionate to the population. A New Jersey-backed plan advocated leaving the former Confederate regime, where each state would have an equal number of votes in a legislature whose delegates would be elected and paid by states.

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WILL GIVE BRAINLIEST AND 1000 POINTS IF ANSWERED IN 30 SECONDS The economic activities of the English colonies during the late-17th and early-18th centuries could be described as

A) agricultural in both

B) industrial in the south and agricultural in the north

C) industrial in the north and agricultural in the south

D) industrial in both

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Answer:

C

Explanation:

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HIGH SCHOOL

The treaty of guadalupe hidalgo and the gadsden purchase increased the area of the united states by _____.

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About one-third increase to the size of the United States. The states of Nevada, Arizona, California, Utah and some parts of New Mexico and the Gadsden purchase completes the southern parts of Arizona and New Mexico. This land is from Mexico acquired by the United States.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

explain why president james madison authorized the second bank of the united states. what problems did it solve?​

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The authorization for the Second Bank of the United State was very important because, during that period, America was mostly a rural country that wanted to become industrialized. But there was a disarray of unregulated currency and lack of fiscal order. America was without a bank for four years and even though James Madison opposed the need for another national bank, he also believed it was necessary, so he signed the act on April 1816.

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The Second Bank of the United States was chartered for many of the same reasons as its predecessor, the First Bank of the United States. The War of 1812 had left a formidable debt. For these reasons President Madison signed a bill authorizing the 2nd Bank in 1816 with a charter lasting 20 years

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