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I think it is A.
The answer is: A. Following the Persian Gulf War, which lead to an enormous NATO presence within the Middle East. Under the Bush Sr., Clinton, Bush Jr., and Obama administrations, the United States has kept strong a strong military presence throughout Iraq, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Afghanistan (to name a few).
THANK YOU. Could you help with a couple more?
Thank you The excerpt below is from a 1983 speech by President Ronald Reagan: So, I urge you to speak out against those who would place the United States in a position of military and moral inferiority ... So, in your discussions of the nuclear freeze proposals, I urge you to beware the temptation of pride -- the temptation of blithely declaring yourselves above it all and label both sides equally at fault, to ignore the facts of history and the aggressive impulses of an evil empire, to simply call the arms race a giant misunderstanding and thereby remove yourself from the struggle between right and wrong and good and evil. Source:http://www.nationalcenter.org/ReaganEvilEmpire1983.html Based on this excerpt, which of the following conclusions can be drawn about President Reagan's foreign policy? He wanted to rid communist countries of their nuclear weapons while continuing to build up the United States' military power. He called for religious leaders to travel to foreign countries to help spread a message of peace and nonviolence to communist countries. He believed the United States should improve its weapons system to prove itself a threat to communist countries like the Soviet Union. He argued that government leaders should support his efforts to rid all the world's countries of nuclear weapons.
Undoubtedly, Reagan's single most important foreign policy was to contain and ultimately rollback communism, especially that of the Soviet Union. He used a mix of hard nosed confrontation and conciliatory negotiation. He also demonstrated to them that the U.S. could out innovate and outproduce their military. I think an important factor to pushing the fall of communism in the Eastern European bloc, was Ronald Reagan's support of Pope John Paul II in his first trip to Poland following his entry to the papacy. Reagan was supportive of Polish opposition to communism and supported the pro-democracy movement called Solidarity. The answer would most adequately be A.
The text below is from a speech given by President Franklin Roosevelt about European events in 1937: "It seems to be unfortunately true that the epidemic of world lawlessness is spreading. When an epidemic of physical disease starts to spread, the community approves and joins in a quarantine of the patients in order to protect the health of the community against the spread of the disease." Source: http://www.ibiblio.org/pha/7-2-188/188-07.html Which explains why the majority of Americans opposed Roosevelt's speech? Roosevelt discouraged U.S. involvement in the European conflict despite calls from former allies to become involved. Roosevelt argued in defense of fascist leaders in Europe, which angered citizens who believed in democratic principles. Roosevelt encouraged the U.S. government to remain neutral despite the rise of dictatorships in Europe. Roosevelt promoted U.S. intervention in the European conflict, which went against mainstream support of U.S. isolationism.
Following the United State's exit from the First World War, America became extremely isolationist and became critical of intervening in the affairs of other countries. The anti-European sentiment was strong throughout the country. Roosevelt took a steady route to gain the United States entry into the war, but had a very difficult time doing so because he lacked congressional and mainstream support. Therefore the answer is: Roosevelt promoted U.S. intervention in the European conflict, which went against mainstream support of U.S. isolationism.
thank you for helping. The quote below was written in 1945: "The bombs in question ... which massacred old people, women and children, destroying and burning down Shinto and Buddhist temples...constitutes a new crime against humanity and civilization." What was the cause of the beliefs expressed in the quote? Soviet Union declared war on Japan atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki unconditional surrender of Japan unconditional surrender of Germany
This one is simple and the answer is even within the quote when it mentions "the bombs in question." The answer is the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki.
the quote ones are hardest to me The quote below comes from the War Powers Resolution: The President in every possible instance shall consult with Congress before introducing United States Armed Forces into hostilities or into situation where imminent involvement in hostilities is clearly indicated by the circumstances, and after every such introduction shall consult regularly with the Congress until United States Armed Forces are no longer engaged in hostilities or have been removed from such situations. Source: http://www.policyalmanac.org/world/archive/war_powers_resolution.shtml How did the Vietnam War contribute to passage of this resolution? It showed Republicans that Democrats were not committed to containment strongly enough. It made it seem as though the president had broken the law. It demonstrated the consequences of giving the president too much power over the military. It made members of Congress question the need for continuing to give the military a large budget.
The nation, and members of Congress, were very critical of the Vietnam War. Protests were wide-spread over the sensibility of getting involved in Vietnam. The Vietnam War was initiated without a declaration of war by the Congress. Congress passed the War Powers Resolution act to limit the authority of the executive. It demonstrated the consequences of giving the president too much power over the military.
The treatment of Americans of Japanese descent during World War II is similar to which of the following? the experiences of Hispanic Americans in wartime industries during World War I Irish Americans' experiences living on the home front during World War I the experiences of German Americans during World War I African Americans' experiences on the battlefield during World War I
German Americans were put in internment camps during the First World War. Also, unlike the Japanese, they have never received a formal apology.
Which of the following civil rights groups would disagree with the approach of the protestors in this image? Black Panthers and American Indian Movement (AIM) Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and National Urban League (NUL) National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Red Power Movement
The Black Panthers and American Indian Movement believed in a violent approach in dealing with issues during the civil rights movement. The picture exhibits a peaceful assembly. It would have to be A.
What does this cartoon suggest about American neutrality at the beginning of World War II? American forces had enemies all over the world and were powerless to prevent their enemies' spread. America's lack of involvement would result in the Axis powers taking over the world's territory. American territory was far too well protected for the Axis powers to invade and conquer. American merchants should stay neutral and restrict arms sales to warring nations.
According to the image the most appropriate answer would be B. The image is trying to provoke the thought that without the United States participating in the war—it would result in the Axis Power taking control of all nations.
The quote below comes from the Supreme Court's ruling in Mapp v. Ohio (1961): We hold that all evidence obtained by searches and seizures in violation of the Constitution is, by that same authority, inadmissible in a state court. Source: http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/historics/USSC_CR_0367_0643_ZO.html This ruling was part of which of these trends? the Court's efforts to limit executive privilege the Court's expansion of the rights of the accused the Court's efforts to achieve an integrated society the Court's reaction to states' efforts to resist desegregation
The answer is B. Mapp v. Ohio was a critical expansion of civil liberties—holding that evidence collected illegally could not be used in Court.
Why would the phrase "controlling wages and prices" complete this diagram? The war weakened the U.S. economy, making controls necessary. The wartime economy required cooperation from workers and industry. The entry of women into the workforce created the need for controls The lack of jobs during the war led to lower wages and falling prices.
War-time economies tend to have massive amounts of government spending in order to retain massive projects that would expand the military's inventory. Therefore, the economy needed to be controlled and required cooperation from workers and industries.
so its b
What did the Supreme Court say in its ruling in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978)? Affirmative action programs do not violate the Constitution. Racial quotas are necessary to correct for past discrimination. The Constitution forbids any government policy that uses a racial classification. Even states without official segregation policies must take steps to integrate their schools.
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The University of California v. Bakke case referred to the use of racial quotas as unconstitutional. That was out of the picture. Nevertheless, they ruled in favor of affirmative action programs to draw in racial minorities into colleges. Therefore the answer is B.
The trend in the graph provides evidence of which of the following? the increased support for government intervention in U.S. businesses the decline in U.S. citizens attending higher education institutions the failure of Great Society programs to achieve their goals the lack of skilled workers living in the United States
The graph is a staunch realization that increased efforts by the government to get people out of poverty has failed. There answer is C, because the Great Society is what established the "war on poverty." It has since only cause poverty to rise.
Why did the passing of atomic secrets to the Soviet Union by the Rosenbergs represent a significant threat to the United States? It meant that the Soviet Union would be able to make a direct nuclear attack on the U.S. mainland. It meant that the Soviet Union would be able to develop defenses to stop U.S. nuclear attacks on Soviet territory. It meant that the United States would no longer be the only nation on earth with control over atomic weapons. It meant that the United States and the Soviet Union would be likely to exchange atomic bomb attacks in the Korean War.
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(You just simply click Best response to all the answers I put.) However the knowledge the Rosenbergs' passed to the Soviet Union was critical offensive information of the Central Intelligence Agency. It provided the Soviet Union with an upper hand in the nuclear race, even though the United States has the upper hand in inventory of nuclear war heads. The answer is B.
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I don't need any help, thank you though. You can probably close this question as it's been resolved.