What ideas did James Madison and his party adopt from the Federalists after the War of 1812?

What ideas did James Madison and his party adopt from the Federalists after the War of 1812?

  • HISTORY

In the chapter 5 of the book “Homage To Catalonia,” Orwell says the Communist Party (PSUC) was…

In this chapter, Orwell delineates the difference between the PSUC (the Partido Socialista Unificado de Cataluna) and the POUM (Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista), the latter of which he was…

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  • HISTORY

In Chapter 1 of “Homage to Catalonia,” Orwell first arrives in December 1936. Why does he find…

Interesting question! Orwell’s treatise on socialist revolution, Homage To Catalonia, explores the working class struggle for legitimacy and relevance in Spain. In this book, Orwell documents his…

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  • SCIENCE

Compare the animal cells with that of plant cells during interphase, mitosis, and cytokinesis

Mitosis is the process by which a diploid parent cell produces two diploid daughter cells. It is also known as cell division. Both animal and plants are multicellular organisms and for them,…

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  • SCIENCE

Suppose a male mouse is Bb and a female is bb. What percent of the mice offspring from these two…

50%. The question does not state which gene is dominant, so I do not know if B is black or b is black. That does not matter though based on the parental genotypes that the question uses. I will…

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  • SCIENCE

Why do mixtures retain the properties of their constituents ?

Mixtures retain the properties of their constituents because the constituents aren’t chemically joined. A substance’s properties change when it reacts chemically to form a new substance, but not…

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  • LITERATURE

Who belonged on the second Triumvirate?

The Second Triumvirate was the official alliance in the Roman Empire between Octavian Caesar Augustus (Julius Caesar’s nephew), Mark Antony and Marcus Lepidus. This Triumvirate followed the…

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  • RELIGION

Is God real?

The answer that you are given is absolutely going to depend on who you ask and/or who answers this question. For me, yes. God is real. I’d love to give you hard scientific proof of his…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Quotes from Reverend Hale in “The Crucible”?

HALE: I must say it, Mr. Proctor; that is not for you to decide. The man’s ordained, therefore the light of God is in him. The above quote is from Act 2. Hale is doing an unofficial vetting of…

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  • IN ANOTHER COUNTRY

What is the effect of the narrator’s grammar lessons?

The grammar lessons which the narrator is taking from the major are an example of the difference between illusion and reality, a theme which is prevalent throughout the story. The narrator comments…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, why does Nick meets Tom’s mistress even through he has no desire to meet her?

Nick says that he is curious to see Tom’s mistress, wondering, no doubt, what kind of mistress a man like Tom would have, but he also says he does not want to meet her. Nevertheless, one day,…

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  • THE PASSIONATE SHEPHERD TO HIS LOVE

What is the opinion of the nymph?

It appears that you are referring to the nymph’s reply to the amorous shepherd in Sir Walter Raleigh’s The Nymph’s Reply To The Shepherd. Sir Walter Raleigh’s poem answers Christopher Marlowe’s The…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

In the novel Animal Farm, by George Orwell, why does Boxer do so much for Napoleon?

Boxer represents the loyal and uneducated proletariat, who would do everything for their leaders. They are servile and respectful and admire their current rulers from having saved them from the…

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  • ON KILLING A TREE

What is the central idea of the poem, “On Killing a Tree?‟

In my opinion, this poem is an indictment of mankind’s failure to care for the earth. Sarcasm is obviously involved, as the poet enumerates the various ways we attempt to kill a tree, only to have…

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  • SCIENCE

Earth’s gravitational force of attraction vanishes at what distance?

Never. This might seem intuitively wrong because on Earth, we simply have little or no experience with things that exist over an infinite distance. It also requires an introductory understanding of…

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  • THE LION AND THE JEWEL

To what extent is Lakunle a representation of cultural alienation in the play The Lion and the…

Cultural alienation is when an individual devalues, dismisses, and abandons one’s own culture. In the play The Lion and the Jewel, Lakunle quintessentially represents cultural alienation by…

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  • MATH

 n *6

Find  This is the sum 6(4)+6(5)+6(6)=90 which is the answer. An alternative is to “factor” out the 6 and you get 6(4+5+6)=6(15)=90.

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  • SREDNI VASHTAR

Explain how the author brings out the theme of conflict in “Sredni Vashtar”

One of the best ways authors generally bring out the theme of conflict in their writing is to portray a struggle between opposing values. For example, in this short story, Conradin and his guardian…

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  • SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT

What does the elephant do in the story “Shooting an Elephant?”

The mute, giant elephant stands at the centre of the main action in this memorable autobiographical sketch by George Orwell. It is the elephant that sets the whole drama in motion. It’s not a…

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  • SCIENCE

Which process is used to separate a mixture of ammonium chloride and sand?

Sublimation is used to separate a mixture of sand and ammonium chloride. Sublimation is a separation process that entails heating a mixture of solids, where one of the solids transitions from solid…

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  • LITERATURE

What is the role of Madhavya in Abhijanan Shakuntalam?

Madhavya was King Dushyanta’s personal entertainer and accompanied him to the different places the King visited. He knew that the King had fallen in love with Shakuntala, foster daughter of Sage…

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  • SCIENCE

The rings around Saturn and the other jovian planets are mostly small particles of ice (solid…

Since we know the density of water ice, and the relationship between mass and atoms, we can determine how many ice molecules there are in a given mass. However, to find the mass, we first need to…

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  • SCIENCE

Neptune is the most distant and smallest of the Jovian planets. However it is still 3.81 times…

I assume that by larger you mean has a diameter which is 3.81 times that of the earth. Assuming each planet to be the exact sphere, we can calculate their volumes and by comparingvolumes,…

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  • SCIENCE

In a uniform circular motion the speed continuously changes because of the change of ___ of the…

Hello! It is better to say “In a uniform circular motion the velocity continuously changes”, because speed usually refers to the magnitude of the velocity and doesn’t change in a uniform circular…

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  • SCIENCE

Why is an alcohol thermometer suitable for measuring the temperature of very cold regions?

Alcohol thermometers are used rather than mercury thermometers in very cold regions because alcohol has a lower freezing point than mercury. Pure ethanol freezes at -115 degrees C, while mercury…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, why does Puck put the juice from the flower into Lysander’s eyes?…

Puck puts the juice of the flower into Lysander’s eyes on accident. Puck is a servant of Oberon, the king of the fairies. Oberon is in a fight with his wife Titania over who gets to keep a certain…

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  • HAMLET

What does the phrase, “Something’s rotten in the state of Denmark” suggest?

“Something’s rotten in the state of Denmark” is one of the most recognizable, most quoted lines from Shakespeare. Marcellus used this line when speaking to Horatio in Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet in…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What do you think would happened had Chief Justice Marshall decided not to challenge the…

If Chief Justice John Marshall had decided not to challenge the authority of Congress, things probably would be the same as they are now. When John Marshall ruled in the case of Marbury v Madison…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

In The Merchant of Venice, which casket did the Prince of Morocco choose and why did he make this…

The Prince chooses the gold casket for several reasons. The Prince is quite conceited and when he reads the inscription on the lead casket: ‘Who chooseth me must give and hazard all he hath.’ He…

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  • SCIENCE

Why might it be useful to use the R-group in the classification of amino acids?

Amino acids are the building blocks to proteins. Proteins are imperative to the structure and function of many parts of organisms. There are 20 organic amino acids. All amino acids contain a…

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  • ROALD DAHL

What is the moral of Poison by Roald Dahl?

In the story, Harry claimed that there was a krait on his stomach and when the doctor and Timber realized there was nothing, Harry became defensive and insulted the doctor. Harry claimed that the…

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  • SCIENCE

How is breathing controlled?

The rate of breathing is controlled by the amount of carbon dioxide present in the blood. An area of the brain called the medulla oblongata is the place where this level is monitored and nerve…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Is crime significant in America?

Yes, crime is significant in America. According to the FBI, there were 1,165,383 violent crimes reported throughout the United States in 2014. These crimes include: homicides, rapes, robberies,…

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  • SCIENCE

How does bacon and eggs depend on photosynthesis?

Not only bacon and eggs, in fact, all the food that we (whether vegetarian or non-vegetarian) eat is based on photosynthesis. This is the process by which chlorophyll-containing green plants…

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  • THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

How do the obstacles in the beginning of Sherman Alexie’s The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time…

In Sherman Alexie’s The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, the first obstacles protagonist Junior faces are somewhat temporary as they involve fulfilling one’s desires and acceptance. In…

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  • SCIENCE

How many amino acids are there ?

An amino acid is a biologically important molecule in that it is the basic building block of all proteins. Amino acids consist of a central carbon atom that is bonded to a carboxylic acid, an…

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  • SCIENCE

What five organelles will never be found in a animal cell?

The 5 organelles which are typically considered to not be found within animal cells include the following: 1. Cell Wall – This is a cell structure outside of the plasma membrane which is composed…

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  • SCIENCE

Do bases create a sour taste in your mouth?

Bases taste bitter rather than sour. Examples of bitter tastes are soap and quinine. Broccoli and kale taste bitter to some people depending on their taste receptors. The ability to detect bitter…

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  • SCIENCE

What are three points on helpful and harmful bacteria?

Bacteria can be beneficial to us and can also be really harmful. Some of the natural applications of bacteria include nutrient fixation in soils, natural cleaning of surface water bodies like…

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  • THANATOPSIS

What is the overall tone of the poem “Thanatopsis”? When does the tone change and what does it…

“Thanatopsis” can be categorized as an elegy, a poem about death that begins with an overall melancholy tone but ends with a more positive, uplifted tone. There are two major shifts in the poem…

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  • HISTORY

My thesis for my history paper is, “America has always rejected immigrants, even as it has…

To handle the topic of how the United States has rejected immigrants even as they accepted them, I would consider several points. I think it would be appropriate to discuss how our country is…

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  • HISTORY

In what ways did the Enlightenment contribute to the buildup of the French Revolution?

Most historians agree that it is too simple to say that the Enlightenment caused the French Revolution, but the ideas of the Enlightenment were certainly influential among the revolutionaries,…

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  • SCIENCE

Do you have evidence that cellular respiration and photosynthesis occurred in leaves from the…

Photosynthesis is the process by which green plants convert sunlight energy into the chemical energy of food. They consume carbon dioxide and produce oxygen in this process. Since light is required…

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  • HEALTH

Shawn has cerebral palsy. How does this condition affect people physically?

A good, authoritative definition of “cerebral palsy” is that provided by the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which defines this debilitating illness as follows: “CP is caused by…

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  • SCIENCE

The moon casts a shadow on earth during an _ eclipse.

Hello! This is solar eclipse (or eclipse of the Sun). When the Moon casts shadow on Earth, the Moon, naturally, blocks all or some light from the Sun, and we cannot see the Sun, completely or…

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  • THE CHRYSANTHEMUMS

How do Elisa’s feelings and actions toward the stranger change over the course of her…

Metaphorically linking Elisa with the “closed pot” of the fertile Salinas Valley, Steinbeck has both the land and Elisa existing in “a time of quiet and of waiting.” After the stranger, who is “a…

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  • HISTORY

Explain the role of the church in society in Europe.

Established and unestablished Christianity has had a significant impact on Europe for almost 2,000 years. The Apostle Paul first addressed churches in Greece and Rome in the first century A.D….

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  • THE BRONZE BOW

Why is Daniel hesitant about going home for a visit?

In chapter 3, Simon comes to visit Daniel on the mountain to let him know that Amalek, his former master, has died and that it is safe for Daniel to come to the village to visit his grandmother and…

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  • HISTORY

What ideas did James Madison and his party adopt from the Federalists after the War of 1812?

Since Alexander Hamilton was Secretary of Treasury under George Washington, the Federalists had promoted a powerful and active central government that would unify the nation and especially promote…

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  • SCIENCE

How is the cytoplasm like a house?

The exact definition of the cytoplasm is sometimes confused with several other terms. The gel-like, liquid contents of the cell are usually called the cytosol, and the cytoplasm actually refers to…

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  • NIGHT

What advice does the Polish prisoner in charge of the block give to the prisoners in Night by…

Night author Elie Wiesel and his father were at Auschwitz for three weeks before they were transferred to Buna. While at Auschwitz, the prisoner in charge of their block was a young man from…

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