What circumstances served to unite and to devide the nation during the nineteenth century?

What circumstances served to unite and to devide the nation during the nineteenth century?

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  • HISTORY

What circumstances served to unite and to devide the nation during the nineteenth century?

Over the 19th century, there were a couple of major issues that divided the country, both times mainly along sectional or regional lines. The first of these was the French-British Napoleonic Wars…

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How and why did the U.S refashion its relations with other nations in the early nineteenth century?

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  • HISTORY

Why did some Indian Tribes follow the path of accommodation to the white expansion, while others…

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  • HISTORY

What is the immediate effect of the French Revolution, and what is the long-term effect of this…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Explain the United States’ role in the emerging global community.

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  • SCIENCE

What are spinal tracts?

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  • THE SECRET SHARER

What are quotes supporting Leggatt as isolated, criminal, irrational, and evil from The Secret…

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  • SCIENCE

What is nitroglycerin used for?

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Why are Romeo and Juliet to blame for the tragedy of the play? Give at least 3 examples and…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

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How would the play be different if the setting/staging were changed?

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  • HISTORY

Have all people in the U.S. gained their civil rights?If so, was this because of the Civil Rights…

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  • HISTORY

If you were an activist in the Civil Rights Movement, would you have been able to respond to…

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  • SCIENCE

As the temperature of soil decreases from 10°C to -5°C, what will most likely happen to the…

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  • OTHELLO

What is the literary context of the play Othello?

Othello is a tragedy, which is engineered for a tragic hero (Othello) to suffer from both inward and outward mistakes. The play features perhaps Shakespeare’s greatest villain, Iago, who dominates…

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  • SCIENCE

What is hepatic portal circulation?

Hepatic portal circulation (hepatic venous system) begins in the capillaries in the digestive system. It ends in the portal vein. Its directs all the blood from the gastrointestinal tract to the…

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  • SCIENCE

Does smoking have anything to do with weight gain or loss?Some people whom quit says that it…

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  • ESSAY LAB

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What is the main theme of Romeo and Juliet?

The major theme in Romeo and Juliet is love. There is the idea of love conquering all, love being the downfall of man, and love developing the individual. In the play, it is through the love…

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  • SCIENCE

How do the sun, the moon, planets and other celestial bodies affect earth?

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, all of the “mockingbirds” are noble. Prove it.

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What is ironic, important, and satisfying for the reader about the way that Sohrab’s role…

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  • THE WIFE OF BATH’S TALE

In the Prologue of the Canterbury Tales, why is the Wife of Bath on the pilgrimage?

The Wife of Bath is a social climber and a mid narcissist. She understands her role in society as a woman who is ahead of her time in how she calculates, weighs, measures, and designs her earnings,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird why does Lee have Scout comment on the view from Boo’s porch? What…

In this scene, Scout is able to see everything as Boo had seen it for the past few years. She is finally able to fully understand Boo’s perspective, and look at the world that she had been living…

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  • HISTORY

What is Canada’s role as a honest broker?were there any events happened in 1960s and 1970s? were…

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  • HISTORY

What are the similarities and differences of the roles of women and their social positions in the…

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  • SCIENCE

How are anabolism and catabolism related to synthesis and decomposition reactions,…

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  • SCIENCE

Where is the cerebrum and the cerebellum located in the brain and what are their different…

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Give the contrast in character between Darcy and Wickham in Pride and Prejudice.

Wickham, in social settings, and on the surface, is incredibly charming, talkative, polite, courteous, amiable, agreeable and pleasant. Darcy, on the other hand, comes off as haughty, quiet,…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the longest river and where does it run to?

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

How does Antony appear in act 5 scene 1 of Julius Caesar?

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

I have to write a comparative essay tomorrow based on the novel Lord of the Flies and the play…

What about comparing the gang mentality in each work? In Lord of the Flies, Jack is able to go against Ralph, even though Ralph was chosen as the leader, and get his own group of “hunters” together…

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Who was Vasco da Gama?

Vasco da Gama was a Portuguese explorer and leader. He is best know in history because he is the man who was in charge of the voyage that first went around Cape Horn at the southern tip of Africa….

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  • SCIENCE

What are some health problems decaying teeth can cause?

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  • HISTORY

What changes occurred in Iran after the revolution in 1979?

To me, there were a couple different kinds of changes that came about after the revolution. First, there were social changes. Before the revolution, Iran was a very secular and open country….

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  • HEALTH ISSUES

IS IT POSSIBLE FOR IBS TO HAVE THE SAME SYMPTOMS AS YOU WOULD HAVE FROM UTERINE CYSTS?

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  • HISTORY

What circumstances promoted and inhibited social reform in the early republic?

I would say that the circumstance that did the most to promote social reform was the fact that the United States was a completely new country that was very different from other countries. It was…

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I need some examples of literary devices (i.e,. simile, metaphor, personification) in The Great…

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  • SCIENCE

What is Polaris, aka the North Star?What is Polaris, aka the North Star?

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Why is believing in God crucial for entering Heaven?Imagine a man who lives a totally blamless…

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  • HISTORY

How did the history of imperialism contribute to the ethnic conflict in Rwanda, Burundi, and the…

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  • SCIENCE

How do bicarbonate ions prevent buildup of excess H+?Dealing with anatomy and physiology

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