2. Imagine that you are a Roman paganof 394 CE, witnessing the disbanding of the Vestals. How might you react? How might your reaction change if you were a Christian?
As a Roman pagan of 394 CE, witnessing the disbanding of the Vestals, i feel very sad because I was unable to performs rites, rituals, and/or prayers at this Vestals. I feel sorry for the Roman pagan and other people who follow it because they are unhappy due to disbanding of the Vestals and as a religious man I also feel sad that one of the place of worship and prayer is disbanded.
Briefly describe the process for amending the Constitution.
When an amendment to the constitution is proposed, it must be passed by both houses of the Congress by a two-thirds majority. Then it goes on to be passed by either the legislatures or conventions in the states, where it must be ratified by 3/4 of them.
Which statements about Northwest Coast totem poles, masks, and coppers are true? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Coppers were signs of wealth. B. Animal masks were worn by dancers to tell stories. C. Totem poles show totem animals that have special meaning to a clan. D. Totem poles have totem animals that have asymmetrical balance. E. Animal masks have totem animals with realistic shapes and colors.
the statements about Northwest Coast totem poles, masks, and coppers that's true are : A. Coppers were signs of Wealth B. Animal masks were worn by dancers to tell stories C. Totem poles show totem animals that have special meaning to a clan
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Why is the slide on the right a better choice for a multimedia presentation? Check all that apply.
The correct answer to this open question is the following.
Unfortunately, the question does not provide any options to chose from and does not include the slides.
However, if the options would be the following, we can answer the question.
A) It has a picture to hold the audience’s attention.
B) It does not cite distracting, unnecessary sources.
C) It will not distract from the speaker if the text is read.
D) It has a bulleted list that is easy to read.
E) It has a much more interesting title.
So the correct answer would be A) It has a picture to hold the audience’s attention and D) It has a bulleted list that is easy to read.
In the slides of the question, we can see one of them full of text. It refers to Mahatma Gandhi. The other side includes a photograph of Gandhi and a bulleted list that makes it is easy to read.
That is why it is important to include pictures, photographs, diagrams, or other kinds of illustration in a multimedia presentation, to grab's people attention from the beginning and not making it so boring.
As a result of fears regarding the Cold War, many Americans urged Congress to declare war on the Soviet Union. built bomb shelters in their backyards. supported Senator McCarthy well into the 1960s. voted for Harry Truman in the election of 1952.
As a result of fears regarding the Cold War, many Americans supported Senator McCarthy well into the 1960s. So, the correct answer option is C.
Senator Joseph McCarthy, a Republican from Wisconsin, rose to national prominence in the early 1950s through his relentless pursuit of suspected communists and communist sympathizers in the United States. McCarthy used a series of hearings and public accusations to identify and denounce individuals, often without substantial evidence, as being affiliated with or sympathetic to the Communist Party. His tactics led to fear and suspicion within American society, resulting in what is commonly known as "McCarthyism."
The fear of communism and the perceived threat it posed during the Cold War era drove many Americans to support McCarthy's efforts. Some saw him as a protector of American values and national security, while others may have been afraid of being labeled as communist sympathizers themselves. The anti-communist sentiment was pervasive, and McCarthy's actions resonated with those who were deeply concerned about the spread of communism.
While McCarthy's influence and public support waned over time, especially following the televised Army-McCarthy hearings in 1954 and his eventual censure by the Senate, the fear of communism and the broader legacy of McCarthyism endured well into the 1960s and beyond, influencing American politics, foreign policy, and society during the early years of the Cold War.
How did fears related to the Cold War influence the actions and attitudes of many Americans during the early Cold War era?
A. Urged Congress to declare war on the Soviet Union.
B. Built bomb shelters in their backyards.
C. Supported Senator McCarthy well into the 1960s.
D. Voted for Harry Truman in the election of 1952.
Answer:built bomb shelters in their backyards
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< 1 >3 Based on source 2, which laws were introduced with an aim to reduce the activity shown in the photograph? A anti-corruption laws B compulsory education laws minimum wage laws D anti-trust laws
Without a clear description of the photo, the law introduced to reduce the action in the photograph can't be conclusively decided. However, each of the proposed laws addresses different societal problems: corruption, a lack of education, underpaid labor, and business monopolies.
The source material contains a photograph without a clear description, so a precise determination on which laws were introduced to reduce the activity depicted in the image can't be made solely based on your question.
Nonetheless, I'll give a brief explanation of the possible options. Anti-corruption laws would be introduced to reduce illegal practices in numerous involved sectors, including politics, business, and administration. Compulsory education laws would aim to reduce child labor and ensure children attend school. Minimum wage laws are enforced to combat underpaid labor and set up a baseline wage across industries. Finally, anti-trust laws are introduced to reduce monopolistic practices and promote fair competition in business.