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This is a type of law that was passed back in the year 1774. This states that the Massachusetts colonists should be punished. A lot of people feel that the laws that were passed during this time cannot be tolerated.

They were too harsh especially if they would be compared to the type of laws that are available right now. The acts removed the historic rights of the state.

This has sparked the occurrence of the American Revolutionary War which eventually made the United States of America free from the colonization of the British. Even before the war, the British were already having problems with their colonization.

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The Civil War was the inspiration for “In God We Trust” to be included on U.S. coins. The war did an excellent job of increasing religious sentiment. At the time, the secretary of the treasury had received many letters from devoted Christians throughout the country that expressed an overwhelming plea to have the government recognize God on U.S. currency.

The people were impassioned by their unshakable faith in God and Country. In God, We Trust first appeared on the 1864 two cent coins, and this was the first time that national recognition of God became commonplace in a civilized society.

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The correct answers to this question are Abraham Lincoln and Republican. The big issue during this election was slavery. As a nominee, Lincoln and his party made the promise to not interfere in the practice of slavery, but they did disagree with expanding the practice into new territories. Lincoln ran against Southern Democratic John C. Breckinridge, Constitutional Union candidate John Bell and Stephen A.

Douglas of the Northern Democratic party. Although he didn't have much support in the slave-owning states in the South, Lincoln won by carrying 18 states and had 180 electoral votes. He won the popular election with 1,865,908 votes and won with 39.8 percent.

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The correct answer to this question is a progressive metal band. The correct spelling for this band is Queensrÿche. They are from Washington state and formed in 1980. Over there almost 40-year career, they have released one EP, 15 albums, and several DVDs. In the US alone, they have sold over 6 million albums and sold 20 million worldwide.

Their most known album is Operation: Mindcrime, which was released in 1988. Though they have never won a Grammy, they have been nominated three times. Awards they have won include MTV Awards and Concrete Foundations Awards. Till this day, they are still touring and recording.

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The Haitian revolution began as a reaction to unfair colonial practices. There were a series of conflicts during the period 1791–1804. The tos and fros of alliances between Haitian slaves, mulattoes, and colonists, as well as the armies: British and French. This made for a confusing situation. &092;

It was initially an uprising in the French colonial territory of St Domingue, the colonials' name for Haiti. This uprising in itself was connected with the French revolution. The slaves rose up In 1791 and by 1803 had driven the whites out of Haiti.

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Ibn battuta came in muhmmad bin tughlaq

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The Declaration of Independence was signed in July 4th 1776

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(B) France

It is rumored that French soldiers under the command of Napoleanused the sphinx as the target practice. However, these are mere allegations and most of the historians do not believethis version as Napoleanthroughout his lifetime has a great respect for monuments.

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The answer to this is B. Pete Seeger. Aside from being an American folk singer, he was also known as a social activist. He used the radio to state his opinions and to help people become more informed about the things that they have to do.

He was a performer for more than 70 years and he has managed to make a lot of people happy and entertained. As an activist, he focused more on different environmental issues, civil rights, and also international disarmament. When he died of natural causes, people paid homage to whom they consider to be the pioneers of contemporary folk music.

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The correct answer to this question is A, Unnaturally imposed by Europeans who had little knowledge of African tribal groups, and who didn’t care about the people in Africa. Between 1875 and 1900, many European nations took over Africa. This period is known as the Age of Imperialism.

European language spread over the areas they took over, along with their many beliefs including Christianity. The Europeans believed they were superior to the Africans. For this reason, they enslaved them and controlled their every move. This brainwashing made the Africans think this about themselves and submit to the will of the Europeans.

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