Rosenbergs convicted of espionage. In one of the most sensational trials in American history, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are convicted of espionage for their role in passing atomic secrets to the Soviets during and after World War II. The husband and wife were later sentenced to death and were executed in 1953
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Which two statements concerning Lee Cruce’s tenure as governor of Oklahoma are true?
The two true statements concerning lee Cruce's tenure as governor of Oklahoma are "He refused to commute prison sentences for criminals and He disagreed with his political party on the use of capital punishment.
Option: (D) and (E)
After the American Civil War, Andrew Jackson brokered an agreement to allow _______ back into the Union. [L.9-10.2.c]
Europeans turned to Africa as a source of enslaved persons because
groups of American Indians were exploited and decimated.
Why was the construction of the transcontinental railroad so important? A. It linked the North and the South. B. It allowed the Confederate forces to reach their battlefields quickly. C. It allowed plantation owners to ship their cotton to Britain more quickly. D. It linked the nation from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
The correct answer is "D".
The Transcontinental Railroad is a network of railroads that connects the Pacific Coast to the Atlantic Coast of the United States. The first track was initially built in 1863 and concluded in 1869. The railroad lifted commerce among both shores in an unprecedented way and was also a way of transportation by which many people began settling out West.