Please provide assistance with the following questions: 1. Is burning an American flag protected by the First Amendment? Why or why not? Should there be a constitutional amendment banning this practice? 2. Is there a difference between government establishment of a religion and the freedom to worship? How has this issu
Resources are used to show a situation prior to discovery of New World, a situation during the arrival of to the New World. It also lists how the Chinese culture affected the overall culture of America.
Summarize the civil rights of the American citizens as it relates to the Patriotic Act.
I explain the views of the Federalists versus those of the Anti-Federalists regarding ratification of the United States Constitution. I provide an in-depth analysis of the arguments of both sides and why the Federalists prevailed.
1. Why were Americans so afraid of a strong national government? In the wake of the war, and given that fear, how was the Articles of Confederation government constructed? How was it successful? In what ways did it fail? 2. How did the Bill of Rights help calm the fears of those who were reluctant to ratify the Constitution?
I choose one of the cases below decided by the Marshall Court and identify the major issues in the case and why it was so important for both American society and law: a. Marbury v. Madison b. McCulloch v. Maryland c. Gibbons v. Ogden d. Baron v. Baltimore
This job ranks the Bill of Rights in importance to life 1 through 10.
Why were some of the "New Deal" plans found to be unconstitutional. Please elaborate. What executive power did Roosevelt attempt to abuse and why?
The impact of these amendments is evaluated: Amendment I Freedom of speech implemented Dec 15, 1791 Amendment ll Right to bear arms Amendment lll Protection from quartering troops Amendment lV Protection of unreasonable search and seizure Amendment V Right to due process
How are the three branches of U.S. government supposed to interact? -Is the system successful? why or why not? Are the branches balanced in power why or why not? How was the conflict between supporters of a strong federal government and champions of states rights characterized then, as opposed to now? How could things
Is our form of representative republic designed to be intentionally slow? Or is the speed of the process simply a negative draw back of democracy? These questions are posed.
Ideologies of Rufus King and Roger Sherman are listed.
Benjamin Franklin is overviewed.
Gouverneur Morris and his ideas are noted.
Who are John Rutledge, James Wilson John Dickinson, and Governeur Morris, and which philosophies influenced them?
This figure, along with his philosophies, are noted.
Charles Pinckney and what philosophies influenced him are the focal topics.
Lives and philosophies of these men are included.
WWI has been called the war that ended the age of romanticism. In your opinion, how did America change as a result of the war? These areas are briefly covered.
Help with the following questions is given: 1. How did early progressivism compare to modern activism in Civil Rights and social disobedience? 2. How did the Triangle Shirt Factory fire influence American domestic labor laws and regulations? What are modern examples of such excesses?
This question is considered: Why did early 20th century Americans conclude that Latin America was in the U.S.'s "sphere of influence?" How does the U.S. treat Latin American today?
This job briefly analyzes the movement toward social conservatism following World War I.
This job examines how the religion of immigrants played a role in the reactions of the native-born Americans.
This job targets this question: Do you think that the religion of many of the immigrants played a role in the reactions of the native-born Americans?
Many people think that the Civil Rights movement started with Martin Luther King, Jr. What are Civil Rights? How, in fact, have African Americans and other minorities been fighting for Civil Rights even before the Civil War started?
Can you help with this study question. Thanks Why is the study of history meaningful? How is an understanding of history related to the health of a democracy
Please help with the following problem. Examine who Lincoln freed with the Emancipation Proclamation and explain why he waiting so long to issue it.
What was the significance of slavery in the political development of 18th- and 19th-century America?
Could you help me with making the prediction as to how interpretation of the 5th Amendment might change in the future? I would like one reference source, and 400 to 420 words.
Using a minimum of four outside sources, prepare 1550-2050 word detailing their findings of an analysis of the 5th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The paper is to provide a background history of the issues surrounding the Amendment, a synopsis of the evolution of the interpretation of the Amendment in various Supreme Court
In order to get prayer back into schools, with the U.S. Constitutional Amendment, what steps and stages need to be taken? I know the first step is to persuade a representative or Senator to introduce the bill, which give me two options to make a proposal. Both the Senate and House of Representatives each must have at least two-
This job assesses if the Constitution was a courageous move or seen as the work of a small group of men who wanted to put in place a government that better served their interests?
This inquiry is briefly debated: While we see how well - for the most part - the Constitution has worked over the last 200 years, do you think that most of the people of the period saw it as a courageous move? Or could it be seen as the work of a small group of men who wanted to put in place a government that better served t