impeachment is when the senate holds a trial to see if a president should be removed from the white house.
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Answer did revolutions break out in Spain's colonies in the early 1880's? Inspired by the American, French and Haitian revolutions the colonies reveled against Spain for their rights to a say in government and better Native American care.:Many Latin Americans began selling their goods illegally to the British colonies and, after 1783, U.S. merchants. By the late 18th century, Spain was forced to loosen some trade restrictions, but the move was too little, too late, as those who produced these goods now demanded a fair price for them.
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-Discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin
-Unequal Voter rights
-Racial segregation in public places, schools, employment and public accommodations
This act enforced constitutional rights to vote, protected constitutional rights in public facilities and with public education, it prevented discrimination in federally assisted programs and established Equal Employment Opportunity and served other purposes.
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Me personally as a woman it gives me and my family protection. My family also hunts so we use firearms to be able to get wild game meat that is much healthier to eat. So, it impacts my life in a positive way.
The primary motivation for American pioneers to travel to the Southwest was the opportunity for free lands.
Personal financial gain was one of the key causes. Many Americans thought they could always migrate to the West and start over if they were unsuccessful where they were. After all, it was how the country became so big. Many were motivated to migrate because of the Panic of 1837, but it had already started before then.
Different motivations led pioneers and settlers to head west. Some of them desired to utilize the Homestead Act to get government-provided free land for farming and ranching. During the gold rush, others traveled to California in an effort to become wealthy. Even other groups—like the Mormons, for example—moved west to escape persecution.
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he is the first African American president
Answer: Barack Obama
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The problems between different cultural groups were caused by: C. a wave of immigrants moving to the cities of the northeast.
A cultural group is defined as a group of people who follows same beliefs, patterns of behavior, and values. The cultural group is identified by their behavior and way of thinking.
During 1850, the Northern cities have different cultural group. There were many conflicts between the cultural groups. This is was due to immigrants moving to the cities of the northeast.
Immigrants are people who move from their own country and settle down in another country.
Protection to citizens bearing an arm.
If you think about it, it could go both ways. It can benefit the U.S. by reducing the amount of deaths each year by taking away arms but it can also increase the amount protests. Note that this amendment has been ratified into the Bill of Rights for more than 200 years so it wouldn't make much sense to remove it. Even if arms were removed from the country entirely people could still make arms with the technology we have today.
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Before we can talk about whether or not the 2nd Amendment should be able to stay within the Bill of Rights, we must first know, and, if possible, decipher what the meaning of it is.
To quote, The 2nd Amendment contains 2 parts to it.
1) A well, regulated militia, being necessary for a free state.
2) The rights of the people to keep and bear arms, [which] shall not be infringed. [Emphasis added.]
In today's world, both clauses of the statement are needed. Let us break each one down.
"A well, regulated militia..." - The beginning of the 2nd Amendment starts with the Constitution allowing the US to create and maintain an army, in which it shall be well-trained & equipped, but also controlled & used properly and orderly. The Comparison of today's standards is not only the state militia, but also the branches of national military. These branches must not only be maintained & in functioning order, but also must have adequate leadership, provisions, and of course, weaponry and men. Take in mind that all of these are needed to protect the United States specifically from outside forces, and to strive to protect United States Citizens (& later the umbrella of extension includes allies, colonies, territories.).
"... being necessary for a free state." - Without the well, regulated militia, you cannot have a free state. "Necessary", implies that without the given, the desired outcome cannot be obtained. As of this statement, without the militia, a state cannot be free.
This is essentially allowing each state to create their own militias for protection, and to be called upon when needed for war.
The second part of the Second Amendment is what is the most important, and is the most widely debated part of all, the Right to bear Arms.
"The rights of the people to keep and bear arms.." - This is stating that the People (citizens) of the United States, is allowed to buy, own, and even use a firearm if they want, or feel the need to.
"...shall not be infringed." - By definition, infringed means "to actively break the terms of the law...". Including the clause means that US citizens cannot have their 2nd Amendment right taken from them, regardless of the time.
In this case, the prompt states that "Should the Second Amendment stay in the Bill of Rights?". Before we can argue about this question, we must first argue about the nature in which this argument has come from. The Bill of Rights was created in 1791, a few years after the U.S. independence from Great Britain, in which case the U.S. was able to become a nation with not only the victory over U.K., but also through the recognition of existing states. The need for the 2nd Amendment grew rapidly following strained relations with not only Great Britain following the War (in which the U.K. continue to try to apply control over the independent colonies), but also from France, their Revolutionary allies, (who was going through a series of war & turmoil, or the French Revolution). Blockade & Impressment by Great Britain led to another war (War of 1812) with Great Britain, which is usually called the Second War for Independence. During this time, relations with France also strained over the XYZ affair. During this time, the 2nd Amendment grew to be extremely important, not only to keep a standing army against European influence, but also against the Native Americans, in which the Americans clashed with constantly as they slowly expanded westward. The musket (& later rifle), played an important role in American settler's journey to the west, and would allow them to not only hunt but also to protect their families.
The 2nd Amendment of today is under fire by mostly the left wing, who see no need of firearms in today's culture. They believe that the government is enough to protect the rights of the citizens, and that firearms do more harm than good. However, they seem to forget the very reason the 2nd Amendment is created. The Right to bear Arms was created specifically to allow Citizens to combat the power of tyranny. In fact, the 2nd Amendment is the front & only defense of all the rights given to the American People. Taking away one single right, would be the opening to losing all rights. In fact, the highest court of the land, the Supreme Court, upheld, and will continue to upheld the right for citizens to bear arms. Examples can be seen in cases such as, Caetano v. Massachusetts, in which all form of fire arms, whether seen as lethal or not in the general public's eyes, are considered to be protected under the 2nd Amendment.
In fact, the rights of the citizens to own and legally use firearms is the only protection we have from the government.
“It takes a good guy with a gun, to stop a bad guy with a gun"
― Quentin R. Bufogle.
By Guaranteeing and allowing lawful citizens to be able to protect themselves and their communities, we are making the world safer, if by one gun at a time.
Women want to reform the society as per the need of the times. They wish to bring in reforms, education and some form of gender equality.
No.1. Women are a part and parcel of the society. Without their presence no society can exist.
No.2. Women create a family and eventually a society. There's a phrase,"that a learned mother educates the country at large". She will nourish her child with the knowledge of light and keep her healthy with food.
No. From education to health to social well being through various economic activities, women plays a very important role and a part in nurturing it to the optimum level.