Compare and contrast the British and American conduct of the American Revolutionary war . How did each side propose to win, how realistic was its assessment of the situation , and how did these assessment influence the outcome of the war?

Compare and contrast the British and American conduct of the American Revolutionary war . How did each side propose to win, how realistic was its assessment of the situation , and how did these assessment influence the outcome of the war?
Many historians view the War of 1812 as the second American war of Independence, but is this an accurate statement?

In what ways did British policies prior to 1812 threaten our independence?
Although generally viewed as a secondary aspect of the war of 1812 , the conflict between Americans and the western Indians was more conclusive and prehaps more significant for the nation s future. Analyze that statement, discussing the cause and results of America s early Indian problem.

Explain the Cold War policies of Presidents Truman and Eisenhower and describe how these policies influenced relations from the late 1940 s and mid 1950 s.

Explain the Cold War policies of Presidents Truman and Eisenhower and describe how these policies influenced relations from the late 1940 s and mid 1950 s

A system of government where the national government and state governments share some powers, derive all authority from the people, and the powers of the national government are specified in a constitution, is known as what kind of system?

A system of government where the national government and state governments share some powers, derive all authority from the people, and the powers of the national government are specified in a constitution, is known as what kind of system?

Federal
Unitary
Tertiary
Republic
Confederation

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Question 2

2 Interstate contracts have been used between the states to address such policy concerns as all but which of the following?

Establish the boundaries between states.
Share natural resources between states.
Establish nationwide recognition of driver s licenses.
Regulate commerce between the states.
Enable cooperation and sharing of resources in the event of a natural disaster or terrorist attack.

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Question 3

3 Gibbons v. Ogden, regarding the use of the Hudson River, established what principle regarding the commerce clause of the constitution?

There were no limits on the commerce clause except where state interests were deemed more pressing than national interests.
There were no limits on the commerce clause except those specifically listed in the Constitution.

The commerce clause did not allow Congress to prohibit the formation of a monopoly.
The commerce clause should be narrowly interpreted, giving Congress control over direct dealings only.
The commerce clause could be only invoked where resources were shared between states, such as the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey.

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Question 4

4 From the end of the Civil War until the 1930s, the Court generally upheld laws passed by the states regarding the general welfare, which included laws/cases concerning all of the following EXCEPT:

Manufacturing
Civil rights
Labor relations
Commerce
All of the above were generally found in favor of the states by the Supreme Court in this time frame.

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Question 5

5 FDR s court packing plan to raise the number of justices on the Supreme Court from 9 to 13

How had the knowledge of land west of the Mississippi River changed since the early 1800s and what impact did this have on settlement patterns? In the light of these changes, how would the population be expected to expand in the next few decades and what impact would this have on the balance between slave and free states in the Senate?

How had the knowledge of land west of the Mississippi River changed since the early 1800s and what impact did this have on settlement patterns? In the light of these changes, how would the population be expected to expand in the next few decades and what impact would this have on the balance between slave and free states in the Senate?

Answer the question. The answer needs to be approximately 450 words. Both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson had a specific vision for the future of this country by 1794. Whose vision of America

Answer the question. The answer needs to be approximately 450 words. Both Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson had a specific vision for the future of this country by 1794. Whose vision of America

Woodrow Wilson believed in the possibility of a peace without victory . What were the premises for this belief? Why was it not possible for Americans to remain neutral?

1. Woodrow Wilson believed in the possibility of a peace without victory . What were the premises for this belief? Why was it not possible for Americans to remain neutral?

2. Create a bullet point list of three federal government strategies for uniting citizens and gaining citizen support for World War I Format.
Write a 150 to 200 word response, using your list to answer the following questions:

o What do you think about the federal government strategies?
o Did they benefit society, hurt society, or both?

How does the current president have the ability to affect the make up of the Supreme Court Justices? How would a change in the justices affect the potential challenges to the constitution?

How does the current president have the ability to affect the make up of the Supreme Court Justices? How would a change in the justices affect the potential challenges to the constitution?