The farmers of the articles decided not to include an executive branch or a federal court system. Why do you think the farmers did this? Do you think this was a good idea or a bad idea? Explain your...
Near the bottom of article 13, the date of the writing of the articles of confederation is note as july 8, 1778, with the date the congress commissioned the writing of them set at November 15, 1777...
According to article x111 describe how the article of confederation could be amended. In your view, would this be a workable way to change the articles?
The Monroe Doctrine committed the United States to possible intervention in A. the entire world. B. China. C. Europe. D. Africa. E. the Western Hemisphere.
The first president of the United States, George Washington,A. encouraged permanent alliances to improve security for the U.S. B. advocated the development of a worldwide body like the United Nations...
Which of the following represents a foreign policy constitutional power of the president? A. negotiating treaties B. power to fund the army and navy without the consent of Congress C...
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Here are some of my favorite History resources. Check back again soon, this list is always growing! I also recommend school textbooks, your local library, and used bookstores. (K-12) TeachingHistory.org – A resource designed for teachers to help create history lesson plans, this website is filled with other relevant links to help you research your specific topic. (K-8)... read more
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History of Inaugurations The first presidential inauguration took place in 1789, in New York City, where George Washington was proclaimed first President of the United States. The 20th amendment to the Constitution states that the President will be inaugurated on the 20th of January. Before that amendment took effect, inaugurations occurred on March 4. Traditionally, the Chief Justice of... read more
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Election to Presidency Before being elected 32nd president of the United States in 1932, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was serving his second term as governor of the state of New York. Because America found itself in the middle of the Great Depression, Roosevelt's primary goal was to restore a respectful sense of spirit in the people. He tried to encourage them... read more
Claiming Freedom: The Declaration of Independence Why the Declaration of Independence was written The beginnings of the Declaration date back much further than 1776. In May of 1775, the Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia. The list of grievances sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress had not yet been answered. Throughout the summer of 1775, the Second Continental... read more
Famous Speeches Welcome to WyzAnt's Audio History section! Here, you can listen to famous speeches made by influential leaders of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. We're offering original audio tapes of how JFK dealt with the Cuban Missile Crisis. You can also hear Dr. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech. Use these resources to bring history... read more
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