The United States had poor foreign relations with Great Britain after the Revolutionary War because Great Britain- closed the Caribbean for trade with the U.S. - controlled Native American trading posts in the Southwest - plotted with Native Americans to keep people from moving out West - refused to send foreign ministers to the U.S.
Its is Number 1 closed the Caribbeab for trade with the US
Who were the Rough Riders
The rough riders were the first voluntary Calvary in the Spanish- American war. They were organized by Theodore Roosevelt before he was president and was the assistant secretary of the navy. They were a mix of cowboys, miners, law enforcement officials, and Native Americans. They fought people from Spain over their colonial policies on Cuba. The rough riders won the war but lost a lot of people.
What does Rough Rider mean?
1: Someone accustomed to riding an unbroken or slightly trained horse. 2 Normal Rough Riders: Volunteers of the Spanish-American War Cavalry Regiment under the command of the first US member Theodore Roosevelt.
Rough Rider was one of the three regiments raised in 1898 for the Spanish-American War and was the nickname given to the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, the only regiment to see the battle.
Rough Rider helped in the battle of San Juan Hill, which helped win the war. Many of the members were from Arizona, including cowboys, ranchers, and miners. Notable Arizonans included John Campbell Greenway, William "Bucky" O'Neil, and future Governor Alexander Brody.
The rough riders were the first voluntary Calvary in the spanish- american war. They were organized by Theodore Roosevelt, before he was president and was the assistant secretary of the navy. They were a mix of cowboys, miners, law enforcement officials, and native Americans. They fought people from Spain over their colonial policies on Cuba. The rough riders won the war, but lost a lot of people.
Alexander Hamiliton's Notes Introduction Importance of the occasion Solid plan without regard to temporary opinion If an ineffectual plan be again proposed it will beget despair & no government will grow out of consent There seem to be but three lines of conduct A league offensive and defensive, treaty of commerce, & apportionment of the public debt. An amendment of the present confederation by adding such powers as the public mind seems nearest being matured to grant. The forming a new government to pervade the whole with decisive powers in short with complete sovereignty. —Alexander Hamilton June 18, 1787 What does Hamilton consider to be the possible actions that could address the problems of the Articles of Confederation?Check all that apply.
adding an amendment to the Articles creating a plan based on current opinion growing a government based on consent creating a treaty to address economic issues establishing a new system of government
A D E
A, D, and E
How did Nelson Mandela influenced American Society?
i actually read a Nelson mandela book a couple of years ago when my grandpa was alive so ik this nelson mandela was a african american man who mad history he was born in south africa and he was a activist so he influenced american society by being a african american activist
Why was the u.s. concerned about nuclear missiles in cuba
The nuclear missiles were in a close range to the US and since tensions between the US and Soviet Union were high during the Cold War, they were worried that the Soviet Union would launch on them.
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The US Constitution was attractive to many because it outlines a representative democracy, whichO restricts the ability of citizens to participate in government. allows government leaders to maintain power for long periods of time, allows citizens to vote for representatives within government. o hinders the ability of governments to transfer power
Answer: allows citizens to vote for representatives within government.
Explanation: Just trust me I got it right for unit test.