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List 3 ways taoism impacted chinese culture and values

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Answer 1
Answer: A.The concept of Yin and Yang originated from Taoist teachings and is known and used all over the world, particularly in martial arts
b.Qigong (a Taoist breathing technique) was used in medicine and numerous types of therapies.
c.it also introduced a high sense of desire for peaceful coexistence as Taoism advocates peaceful existence with the way.

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What was the name of religious meetings that took place in the United States in the early 1800s?

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The Answer to your question is Camp Meetings :P ( i hope this helps!!) 
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How do citizens perspectives differ

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The key to successful relationships lies solely in our ability to take the perspective of another. Perspective taking is that all important skill of being able to look at things from a point of view other than our own. Perspective taking brings in the mindfulness of compassion and empathy to our relationships.

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What was The Glorious Revolution

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Glorious Revolution, also called Revolution of 1688 or Bloodless Revolution , in English history, the events of 1688–89 that resulted in the deposition of James II and the accession of his daughter Mary II and her husband, William III, prince of Orange and stadholder of the Netherlands.

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Which elected group was the earliest representative assembly in the European colonies? a. House of Burgesses
b. Virginia Senate
c. British Parliament
d. Plymouth Plantation

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c. British Parliament

Which elected group was the earliest representative assembly in the European colonies? British Parliament
NOT:

a. House of Burgesses
b. Virginia Senate
d. Plymouth Plantation

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C. British Parliament

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How did the Supreme Court rule in McCulloch v. Maryland? A. The federal government's powers must be specified in the constitution.
B. Congress had power to establish the national bank.
C. The national bank was unconstitutional and should be disbanded.
D. States, in this case Maryland, could tax the national bank.

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the answer is: B. Congress had power to establish the national bank.

According to the ruling, congress was granted with the power to establish national bank under the necessary and proper clause that's written in the constitution.

This clause does not directly specify all the powers held by the congress, but it allows the congress to establish new institutions that deemed as necessary in order to fulfill its main duty.

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What did Ralph Waldo Emerson have to say about "Young America?

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Ralph Waldo Emerson(1803-1882), wrote the "Young America" essay in 1844.

An American poet and intellectual, Emerson established a series of concepts in his lecture Young America, before the Mercantile Library Asociation in February 1844.

He stated that Americans were having the duties one country(America) and the cultural influence of another(Great Britain). That is why the nation should consider education and commerce as a mean to unification and prosperity.

He was convinced that trade was the door to open commerce and growth for America. Through this activity, the Young America would build the bases of modernity for the next generation and the prosperity of the country


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Ralph Waldo Emerson(1803-1882), composed the "Youthful America" paper in 1844.  

Explanation:

An American artist and scholarly, Emerson set up a progression of ideas in his address Young America, before the Mercantile Library Association in February 1844.  He expressed that Americans were having the obligations one country(America) and the social impact of another(Great Britain). That is the reason the country ought to think about instruction and business as an intend to unification and flourishing.  He was persuaded that exchange was the way to open business and development for America. Through this movement, the Young America would fabricate the bases of innovation for the people to come and the thriving of the nation

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Which of the following describes the first settlers of Plymouth?

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The correct answer is D. The first settlers of Plymouth were pilgrims looking for religious freedom. They are known as Pilgrim Fathers.

Explanation:

The Pilgrim Fathers was an English religious group formed at the end of the 16th century that, being dissatisfied with the political-religious environment in their country, decided to emigrate, first to Leiden, Netherlands, in 1609 and then to the New World in 1620, seeking for a place in where religious freedom was allowed.

The Pilgrim Fathers left the port of Plymouth (England) on the Mayflower ship on August 15, 1620 and, crossing the Atlantic Ocean, intended to reach the colony of Jamestown -founded in 1607- but strong storms prevented it by pushing about 800 km further north, to Cape Cod, where they arrived on November 9 of the same year. Shortly after they founded Plymouth, that would be the capital of the homonymous colony, which existed until 1691, year in which it was united with the Colony of the Bay of Massachusetts forming the Province of the Bay of Massachusetts.

The first people to settle in plymouth were the pilgrims, that is if you don't count the native americans.
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Why is chronological thinking an important skill for historians to master

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Chronological thinking allows historians and pretty much anybody to make sense of occurrences and put events in order; it allows to assess the impact of each event and notice how they interconect with eachother to determine cause and effects of issues in history, sort out timelines and historical patterns thus giving meaning to any other related circumstances.

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Related to or arranged according to the Temporal older
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What were the Jews in Spain required to do in 1492

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The expulsion of the Jews from Spain was ordered in 1492 by the Catholic Monarchs ruling Castile and Aragon through the Edict of Granada with the purpose, according to the decree, of preventing them from influencing "New Christians", Jews and their descendants who had under duress converted to Christianity. The decision was to expel the Jews.

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The year 1492 is an important date for Spain as a whole, but especially in the small, luscious city of Granada.  As a result, these conquests brought both the Spanish language and culture to Latin America and the Caribbean as well as pumped economic wealth into Spain.

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