HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

What was the main reason American colonist were angry at the British government

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Answer 1
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Answer: Unfair taxes

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Hope that’s on there

Answer 2
Answer: Slavery and high tax’s

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HIGH SCHOOL

The 1992 Los Angeles riots was an example of _____. People reserving their judgment people forgetting the golden rule of good conduct people's behavior being influenced by others diffusing responsibility to maintain peace

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Answer: Mob Mentality

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Herd mentality, mob mentality and pack mentality, also lesser known as gang mentality, describes how people can be influenced by their peers to adopt certain behaviors on a largely emotional, rather than rational, basis.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Thomas Paine wrote:
the Articles of Confederation
the Constitution
Common Sense

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Answer:    Common Sense

Explanation:  Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in 1775-76, convincingly listing political and moral attitudes, which were arguments for the independence from Great Britain. The pamphlet was directly addressed to the thirteen colonies to encourage them to fight for independence and for what was one of the causes of the Revolution, an egalitarian government.

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The Common Sense

Explanation: He wrote it to encourage others to fight in the Revolutionary War, inspiring them to do so for their country.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Guided reading activity Plolitics and economics 1968-1980

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Explanation:Guided Reading ActivityReview Questions: Using Headings and SubheadingsDIRECTIONS: Locate each heading below in your textbook. Then use the information under the correct heading and subheading to help you write each answer.Lesson 1 The Nixon AdministrationI. Appealing to Middle AmericaA. To whom did Republican candidate Richard Nixon tailor his campaign message? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________B. What was Nixon’s Southern strategy? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________C. Why was Nixon called a “law and order” president? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________D. What was Nixon’s “New Federalism”?____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________E. What was the Family Assistance Plan?____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________II. Nixon’s Foreign PolicyA. How did Henry Kissinger help develop Nixon’s foreign policy?____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________B. What was détente? ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

HIGH SCHOOL

historian samuel eliot morison has said that "bradford... had a constant sense of an unseen hand... that seemed to be guiding puritan policy." what events on the voyage to the new world does bradford credit to the direct intervention of god?

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During the voyage to the new world, a lot of people were experiencing seasickness and many have fallen ill. There was this young robust man who was very haughty and proud. He abhorred people for falling ill. He suggested that they throw sick people overboard since they are useless. Then, without warning, this man fell ill. Everyone on board thought that it was the work of God. He got is divine justice and he was the first person to be thrown overboard.

They have encountered a lot of storms and winds but their ship remained strong and steadfast amidst the battering rain and wind. They all accounted their safety to God. 

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As a puritan, William Bradford saw the world based on the idea that God was good and evil at the same time. So, every event that happened during the voyage was credited to God (for good, or for bad).

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Let's se some examples.

According to William Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation (1620 - 1647), he describes how an arrogant sailor was abusing the puritans. Bradford wrote that God would punish him, and save the puritans. He describes the sailor as "a young and profane young man", and following,

"But it pleased God before they came half seas over, to smite this young man with a grievous disease, of which he died in a desperate manner, and so was himself the first that was thrown overboard." (IX:58)

In other passage, when a sailor fall from the ship, Bradford write that, if the sailor was righteous, God would save him.

". . . but it pleased God that he [the sailor] caught hold of the top-sail halyards . . . (though he was several fathoms under water) till he was hauled up by the same rope. . . . and his life saved. . . . " (IX:124)

In other words, God was always present on the trip. We have to consider other aspects also, especially the sickness and storms that tormented the crew.

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