Question: How did Thomas Jefferson's ideas about how the president's house should look reflect his ideas about the presidency?
Answer: He represented an agrarian ideal vision of what the United States of America should look like, rooted in the republican virtues of the independent small farmer. His ideas about presidency focused on reducing the national debt, administrating government spending. reducing the size of the Navy and incrementing the nations land territory. This is exactly what he did to the White house. He reused and organized space to build historical and symbolic areas.
Explanation: The President's House that Thomas Jefferson entered in March of 1801 was still unfinished. He believed that the mansion was overly-grand and considered not living there at all, but he loved architecture so he considered the house a challenge. He took on this challenge by making some great improvements to the white house and organizing certain areas. Jefferson made many improvements to the white house, he even created an amazing exhibit for the public to see. As president, Jefferson also took on many challenges, he pursued against Barbary pirates and aggressive British trade policies in order to persuade U.S.A shipping and trade interests. He also organized the Louisiana Purchase and by doing this, he doubled the country's territory. Also, his administration reduced military forces thanks to his peace negotiations with France.
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The right question is C. World War II.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 in British India and died on 30 January 1948 at the age of 78. His political and spiritual leadership started early in his life, with the age of 23, in 1893 he moved to South Africa and spent 21 years in that country. He participated at the South African Civil right activism until 1914. He returned to India in 1915 and until 1947 he struggled for Indian independence from the United Kingdom. During this period, 1938-1945, World War II exploded with all its destruction and mass murderers.
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Chicago is in the state of Illinois in the United States.
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The correct answer is C) Because they might have to fight foreign threats.
A provisional government be needed in Oregon because they might have to fight foreign threats.
The provisional government was created in 1843 by non-natives that inhabited those territories of the Pacific Coast. These people wanted to respect the rule of law in Oregon. In those years, both the British and the Americans were very interested in the Oregon region, although the London Convention treaty did not allow them any kind of power to occupy those territories. That is why the non-native setters decided to establish its provisional government.
Answer:Because the settlers wanted to have an organized system of laws
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While the South supported slavery, the North wanted to abolish it. This created a difficult situation in Congress, as the views were so opposed to each other. Therefore, in order for Congress to be able to compromise, a balance between the number of free and slave states needed to be maintained. The South was worried that if California was allowed as a free state, this would mean that nonslave states might control the Senate. Moreover, it could encourage other territories to follow this example.
The Compromise of 1850 was particularly important for three reasons. First, it dealt with the newly-acquired territory as a result of the Mexican-American War. This territory was more contentious and more heavily populated than the territory addressed in the Missouri Compromise. The second reason was the fact that this compromise allowed for popular sovereignty. While the Wilmot Proviso proposed outlawing slavery in the new territories, the Compromise of 1850 allowed people to decide. This encouraged citizens to develop an opinion in the matter. Finally, the Compromise of 1850 was significant because it came at a time when the question of slavery was very pressing and heavily debated, which allowed it to have significant implications in the Civil War.
The Underground Railroad wasn't a real railroad, but a network of courageous people who helped slaves secretly travel from the South to the North. In 1850, President Fillmore signed the Fugitive Slave Act, which made it illegal to help a slave run away and required officials to return escaped slaves to their owners.