HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

What was FDR response to the Great Depression

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Answer: FDR was determined to come up with ways to get America back on its feet. His motto was "we have nothing to fear but fear itself." FDR said he would carry out one plan, and if it did not work he would start another.

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HIGH SCHOOL

What basic rights does the declaration of independence identify as belonging to all of the people?

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Life liberty and the pursuit of happiness
MIDDLE SCHOOL

To Ratify a constitution means A.To reject and dissapprove
B.To change or amend
C.To agree and approve
D.To refuse to follow​

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Answer:

C. To agree and aprove

Explanation:

Ratify means to sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid.

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its is C.

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HIGH SCHOOL

The years between 1896 and world war i were characterized by

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The Great Depression im thinking
HIGH SCHOOL

Why does Frederick call Mr. Auld’s forbidding his learning how to read “invaluable instruction?”

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Because he unwittingly gives him the key to mental freedom, at a moment Frederick states "if you teach that black person (speaking of myself) how to read, there would be no keeping him. It would forever unfit him to be a slave." Once he knew the world that Mrs. Auld taught him, it was imposible for him to be satisfied being a slave.

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