241 Answered Questions for the topic US History

Social Studies - How do laws & regulations get passed or rejected in towns

How do laws & regulations get passed or rejected in towns - specifically Arlington, Massachusetts? What is the legislative body in a town (town meetings?) and what is the role of the... more
Us History American History

03/07/21

In 1837, Catherine Beecher criticized the growing political activism of women in the antislavery movement as “unwise and inexpedient.” What did Beecher advise women who opposed slavery to do instead?

a. to follow the old Republican Mother role, and try to influence male relatives and friendsb. to vote for politicians who opposed slavery to Congressc. to engage in hunger strikes to protest... more
Us History American History

03/07/21

How should we reckon with the institution of slavery in our history?

The New York Times has recently published a massive digital journalism project called "The 1619 Project." It is available here: Link (Links to an external site.)It commemorates the 400 year... more
Us History American History

03/07/21

Besides signing petitions, women involved in antislavery petition campaigns carried out another political act, what was that?

a. trained and fought as soldiers to try to destroy slaveryb. voted for politicians who were opposed to slaveryc. they immigrated to antislavery countries such as Mexico or Englandd. carrying out... more
Us History American History

03/07/21

Why was women signing antislavery petitions considered a radical act in the 1830s?

a. by signing petitions, women were throwing off the "cover" of their husbands/fathers and asserting their existence as political individualsb. petitions had never been used before the 1830s, they... more
Us History American History

03/07/21

Which answer BEST DESCRIBES the right of petitioning?

a. a recall election, where the election representative has to undergo another election against a political challenger before their assigned term is completeb. a written request for a redress of... more
Us History World War

03/01/21

describe attack on pearl harbor

explain, who, what, when, where, and why.
Us History World War

03/01/21

describe D-day in a couple sentences

explain, who, what, when, where, and why.
Us History American History

02/20/21

To what extent did participating in WWII change American society?

To what extent did participating in WWII change American society?
Us History American History

02/13/21

To what extent did participating in WWII change American society?

To what extent did participating in WWII change American society?
Us History American History

02/13/21

To what extent did American immigration policy change in the 1920s, and why?

To what extent did American immigration policy change in the 1920s, and why?

02/13/21

sharecropping and reconstruction

I am having trouble explaining sharecropping in a way that relates to the thesis.the question is:Explain Sharecropping in reconstruction and how it relates to and proves the thesis: The... more
Us History

02/09/21

Can ANY TUTOR PLEASE HELP ME ? IT WOULD MAKE MY DAY :)

The diagram below compares the views of three African American leaders.1.) Booker T. Washington 2.) W.E.B Du Bois 3.) Both 4.) Marcus garveyWhich idea is correctly placed in this... more
Us History American History

01/27/21

How did racial hierarchy adapt and persist after desegregation?

How did racial hierarchy adapt and persist after desegregation?
Us History American History

01/27/21

How did Jim Crow function as a mechanism of racialized social control?

How did Jim Crow function as a mechanism of racialized social control? 
Us History American History

01/27/21

How did racial caste reinvent itself after Emancipation?

How did racial caste reinvent itself after Emancipation?
Us History American History

01/27/21

To what extent does the treatment of African Americans, women, Native Americans between 1890 and 1945 represent change and/or continuity in U.S. history?

To what extent does the treatment of African Americans, women, Native Americans between 1890 and 1945 represent change and/or continuity in U.S. history?

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