What are the main political and economic issues during the formation of the Articles of Confederation, and in what ways did the Articles address these issues?
This is on one hand answers questions and on the other hand describes an important event in the history of European exploration; slavery, voluntary and involuntary
The survival and expansion of Virginia were due, in part, to finding gold reserves in the James River. the discovery that tobacco would grow well there. the resistance of the settlers to the cruelty of the English governors. peaceful relations between the English and the Indians. the resistance to native disease
What might the United States may have looked like had the Anti-Federalists "won" their points in the ratification debate and the writing of the Constitution?
How did their theories influence the Framers? How influential are they in American thought today?
Summary of the major acts on the part of the British that led the colonists to revolt,include the political and economic impact of these acts on colonial America.
I need to visit several historic sites from different periods and write a paper along with a presentation. I would like help with the site I intend on visiting for the Colonial period as 1) I don't know much about this period and 2) As a science major I have difficulty researching topics in history. I would like information o
Chief Justice John Marshall emphasized that the Constitution gave Congress the power to make all "necessary and proper laws" needed to carry out its delegated powers. How did the necessary and proper clause apply to the case of McCulloch v. Maryland? What was the impact of this clause on the scope of federal power?
When Thomas Jefferson wrote the phrase "all men are created equal" as part of the Declaration of Independence, do you think he meant women too? Why or why not? Use at least two historical references to support your argument.
How do our modern day conceptions of what a factory is or what industrialization is affect our interpretation of historical industrialization? Did the coming of factories represent progress? Is progress always necessarily positive?
This job focuses on this question: "Are the groups who are the subject of segregation and discrimination today as popular in their struggle for civil rights as groups in the past?"
2. How did the civil rights movement in the 20th century succeed? How has it failed? 4. Is the exclusionary rule the best way to encourage constitutional police behavior with regard to the 4th and 5th Amendments? Why or why not?
I need to complete a paper written using APA format book review on "Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee" I need the book to focus on a person, period or event of significance to America during the period of 1491-1865. That is why I chose this one. The review may provide background information about the content of the book, I need
Explain the origins, legacy, and significance of the Civil War - the significance of slavery in the economic, social, and political development of 18th- and 19th-century America.
Of all the dictators during the time period we have been discussing, only Stalin would survive the war and end up living a relatively long life. His antagonists, Hitler and Mussolini, would end their lives in violent death. Mussolini would go first along with his mistress. Their beaten and mutilated corpses hung by their heels o
Does the constitution give the government the right to create a social welfare program? If violence is due to a lack of economic opportunity, and education opens up opportunity thereby reducing violence, where does the constitution authorize federal education funding or welfare either corporate, agricultural or social? Thes
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.
This job examines how the new nation was affected by continued growth and expansion in the following issue: How each region of the United States developed different economic and social systems?
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?
Do we need a new Bill of Rights to update the times? This question is posed.
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.
I offer assistance with the following for the U.S. Constitution: Some scholars have suggested that a consequence of separation of powers and checks and balances has been fragmented policy-making processes (that is, nothing ever gets done!). Why is this the case? Is this what the Framers intended?
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 impacts of these amendments are noted.
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
This posting deliberates which side you would take in the debates between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. Did the Federalists' arguments prevail in 1788? I also give an example of how this debate continues today.
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