What problems did the United States face after gaining independence?
What were the major debates during the Constitutional Convention?
I am looking for as much information as possible fro these questions. Here are the questions: QUESTIONS: The United States entered World War II as a strong opponent of imperialism , even when it involved allies. Yet, by 1950 , and certainly by 1954 the US supported French efforts to maintain control of IndoChina. 1
A sketch of the colorful personality of General Thomas Jonathan Jackson, CSA: "Stonewall".
1. Which of the following was NOT a policy or law endorsed by the progressives? a. the popular election of U.S. senators b. the pure food and drug act c. the child labor act d. the workman's compensation act e. the reconstruction finance corporation 2. Which of the following was NOT a cause of the great depression?
How did the Progressive response to industrialization lead to a change in the role of government in the U.S?
How did the progressive response to industrialization lead to a change in the role of government in the U.S.?
Just wanted to know what combination of factors in the early 20th century lead to the amendement of the the right to women to vote and which factors is the most critical?
What was really at stake in the debate between the federalists and anti-federalists? Did the federalists win primarily because of their superior political skills or because they had a clearer view of the meaning of the A revolution and the future of the United States
Example for response: question was name four reasons why the North won the Civil War, one answer would be: response: Industry: the North had greater industrial capacity that better supplied the troops. My questions: 1. Explain the expression: "Manifest Destiny." 2. Explain three factors that influenced the concept of
Early in the 19th centrury, as the rapidly-growing United States expanded into the lower South, white settlers faced what they considered an obstacle. This area was home to the Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chicasaw and Seminole nations. These Indian nations, in the view of the settlers and many other white Americans, were standing
1. How does Harriet Jacobs resist being sexually harassed and stalked by Dr. Flint?
How did people think about race in this period (1831-1865)? Was it neutral or were there racial tensions?
Please research and give me the differences between the following schools: 1. Epicurian 2. Stoicism 3. Cynicism Then I need to write a paper on what school I would fit best into with my beliefs, etc. thank you, Judy
Symbolic of one of the major changes in American demographics was the large influx of immigrants in the 1840s. In what ways were these new immigrants (primarily Germans and Irish) similar to other immigrants such as the British and the Scots-Irish and in what ways were they different?
Explain why America became a superpower between the years of 1865-1945. Specific factors that influenced America's rise from Civil War to post WWII superpower. I am looking for help with analysis using historical events to show "why" America became a world superpower, not simply stating facts and timelines.
How did the failure to find a "just" conclusion to WWI ultimately lead to WWII?
What were the root causes for America's sense of isolationism in the late 1930s?
In what ways did mass consumption and the media contribute to a new "Mass Culture" in the 1920's and 1930's?
How did Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal programs "prime the pump" of American industry and consumer confidence?
I need a one to two key word and then a sentence or explaination after for each question. example- Industry: the North had greater industrial capacity that better supplied union troops. ---------------------------------- 1. Explain four causes of the American Revolutionary War (do not name four different taxes or sloga
Questions from American History- European conquest of the New World, slavery, first ten amendments to the U.S Constitution, political views of the Federalists anti-federalist during Thomas Jefferson presidency
1) Explain three reasons/rationale the Europeans used to justify conquering the New World? 2) Explain three negative consequences of the European conquest of the New World? 3) Explain three reasons why slavery prospered in the North American colonies, especially in the Southern colonies (why could slvery be viewed as justi
I need to have one to two keys words followed by a brief explanation for all four reasons. an example: Industry: the North had greater industrial capacity that better sullied Union troops.
What was the purpose and result of the Monroe Doctrine?
What were the causes and consequence of the Texas revolt? Why did Texas remain for a time an independent nation rather than becoming a part of the union?
How "revolutionary" were Jefferson's policies compared with those of the previous Federalist administrations? What role did John Marshall play in establishing the role of the Supreme Court?
What made Andrew Jackson such a popular symbol of the "New Democracy?" How revolutionary was Jackson's "Revolution of 1828"?
Examine some of the major issues which affected the country during the Presidency of Andrew Jackson and show how true, two-party democracy was firmly established by the time of the "log-cabin and hard-cider" campaign of 1840.
Why were political parties viewed as so dangerous by the founding Fathers? Why did they come into being at all and why did they come to be accepted as legitimate ways to express political disagreement?
Why did Hamilton move so quickly to create large financial commitments by the federal government? Since we normally think of the federal debt as something bad, why did Hamilton think of it as something good and necessary for the national welfare?
Discuss Auschwitz in terms of location, structure, and implications for the Jews and others.