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  • Why was there such a strong hate for Catholicism in the leaders of the Revolution?
    Why was there such a strong hate for Catholicism in the leaders of the Revolution?
    There was strong hate for Catholicism in the leaders of the Revolution because the Catholic Church represented what they hated. At that time, the leaders of Revolution were against the leadership and monarchy at the time. The aristocracy, the rich and the powerful had long been Catholics.   They were from the first two estate of the French society (clergy and nobility), they were exempted from tax and the third estate had to pay a direct tax called “taille”, they had to render free services to lords. The clergy and nobility did nothing and got everything from the commoners. The commoners also paid another tax known as “tithe” to the clergy. The clergy enjoyed monopoly on religion which they abused. It was only natural for the leaders of the revolution to hate the Catholic Church that had great power in France.

  • What were the consequences of the British and American victory in the French and Indian Wars?
    What were the consequences of the British and American victory in the French and Indian Wars?
    One consequence of the British and American victory in the French and Indian War was that a new spirit of independence arose, as the French threat disappeared. The American didn't adopt several French customs. At the end of the war, the British took over Canada from France and Florida from Spain. France kept its West Indian sugar islands and the British gave Louisiana to Spain. The war provided Great Britain enormous territorial gains in North America. The treaty strengthened the American colonies significantly. The American colonies grew closer to Britain Americans but didn't fear the Spanish.

  • What did Thomas Paine argue (in common sense)?
    What did Thomas Paine argue (in common sense)?
    Thomas Paine is famous for writing Common Sense. This is a pamphlet written in 1775-76 advocating that the 13 colonies gain their independence from Great Britain. Paine put forth both moral and political arguments for encouraging common people to fight for the independence he believed in. One of the arguments he made was that a continent should not be ruled by an island. Common Sense was published anonymously on January 10, 1776 and became an immediate sensation. It wasn’t until later that it was known to be written by Thomas Paine.

  • Why did the Parliament pass the Molasses Act?
    Why did the Parliament pass the Molasses Act?
    But didn't the colnies want more money, thats why they made the tax higher

  • What are some ways that Thomas Edison and the invention of the electric generator helped improve life in America?
    What are some ways that Thomas Edison and the invention of the electric generator helped improve life in America?
    Factories could stay open at night to increase productivity of consumer goods New technology made life at home much easier and allowed more free time

  • What is the difference between an RCF and an RPM?
    What is the difference between an RCF and an RPM?
    RPM is measured by "rotations per minute," while RCF is "relative centrifugal force." RPM signifies the number of revolutions a rotating object completes per minute while the RCF denotes the force applied on an object in a rotating environment. The RCF is calculated using the RPM and the radius. RPM is an annotation by which a manufacturer of a rotating machine describes it's rotational speed. In linear motion, the velocity of an object is denoted by its RPM. RCF is calculated in terms of gravity multiplied by force. Centrifugal force represents the outcome of inertia, which arises about the rotation.

  • What big project did Albert Einstein help with when he was a physicist (scientist)?
    What big project did Albert Einstein help with when he was a physicist (scientist)?
    Creating the atomic bomb (nuclear bomb)

  • What is this illustration an example of?
    What is this illustration an example of?
    Phonograph

  • Who started the Boston massacre?
    Who started the Boston massacre?
    Patriots

  • What was the Stamp act?
    What was the Stamp act?
    An act to have every piece of printed paper stamped with two shillings.

  • What were the names of the 2 telephone companies that Alexander Graham Bell created?
    What were the names of the 2 telephone companies that Alexander Graham Bell created?
    Bell Telephone Company American Telephone and Telegraph

  • How long did the first recorded manned flight The Wright Brothers last?
    How long did the first recorded manned flight The Wright Brothers last?
    12 seconds

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