2. What makes some rights "unalienable”? (1 point) A) Laws are written that guarantee those rights.
B) People achieve those rights when they become of age.
C) People vote to allow those rights.
D) Those rights are natural and absolute.
D. Those rights are natural and absolute
Between 1833 and 1840, about how many northerners joined abolitionist groups?
Most of cerntral america is covered with what?
Most of Central America is covered with volcanoes.
How did French Revolution start
The french revolution started when french soldiers were sent to fight in the world war and seeing the success of American revolution inspired them to fight for their rights.when they came back they influenced everyone with their thoughts and filled everyone with enthusiasm and courage to fight against the exploitative monarchy
Answer: French revolution started when General Estates were convened (1789). Such summoning of General Estates. That took place after almost 200 years because of financial crisis France of Louis XVI was suffering. The king needed to pay off kingdom´s depth. There was no money so had to raise the tax. Who was supposed to suffer was a so-called Third State (majority of population). At that time tension within society was already considerable.
Explanation: King together with aristocracy and clergy believed that - because formally they represented majority in General Estates - there would be no problem to increase taxes. But representatives of the Third State decided to establish themselves separately as "Assemblée Nationale" (National Assembly) and started to define new rules of politics. The court, aristocracy and clergy lost control. First constitutional monarchy was established (against Louis XVI´s will, of course), then republic was proclaimed and in January 1793 the king was executed (in 1794 the queen, Marie Antoinette, was executed as well). That was a revolution englightened philosophers did not plan. Many intelligent people of that were shocked what human nature is capable of.