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            History, Politics & Society

            'History, Politics and Society' deals with the affairs of human beings. The categories overlap to a degree: 'History' describes changes in those affairs, and encompasses the other two; 'Politics' is about how people govern themselves; and 'Society' is about how people organize and conduct their lives. Questions here range from ancient history to history-in-the-making, political views to decisions of lawmakers, and present and past societies and how people relate to each other within their societies.

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            What advantages did the South and North have in the US Civil War?

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            The South had two major disadvantages in the US Civil War. One was that their troop strength could never match that of the Union's , The North had over 23 million people compared to 11 million in the South. Also, the North's manufacturing capability could not be matched by the cropland economy of the South. These Confederate disadvantages were the advantages of the North.
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            What advantage did the South have over the North during the Civil War?

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            It would be more nearly correct to state that the military leaders of the South were far superior to those of the North. General Winfield Scott had offered command of Union forces to Robert E. Lee, who declined because his conscience would not let him fight against his native Virginia. find my short bio below, i am david banyo from nexus showroom, i sell Enclosures, Bathroom showroom, Heating and plumbing, Fireplaces, Gas fires, Electric fires, Baths, Radiators and Toilets.. i always looking for these kind of success stories. but may the only thing is how digital canyon support all these small business and ecom running store nexus-苹果彩票网登录 banyo.co.uk
            Asked in History, Politics & Society, India, History of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

            Who led the independence for India?

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            The history of Freedom Struggle started with Swami Dayanand Saraswati with his Nationalist and Reformatory movement. Thereafter, a movement started infusing the spirits enunciated by him into the people of the country苹果彩票. Following the inspirations given by the Swami, the First war of Independence had begun with Rani Luxmi Bai, Nanaji and others. With the revolt in the so named Mutiny, the fire became big. Thereafter thousands of martyres sacrificed their lives in the country苹果彩票 and also abroad in that struggle. The struggle culminated in the final strokes of INA Netaji Subhash Chander Bose leading one part and Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru and party leading the other. Destiny favored the latter and Gandhi and party got the credit. That was also a political destiny that Mahatma Gandhi who never approved the decision of Partition of the Country had to submit, but this submission though with protest gave him the title of Father of the Nation - Rashtrapita
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            What does iron cross with skull on top mean?

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            Death. It is an ancient pirate symbol used in flag-form (black flag and white skull and crossbones). They would fly it on the ship as a way of telling their victims they were about to die. A kind of psychological warfare in the slow approach of a sailing ship full of people about to kill you. It was quite effective.
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            First 50 digits of pi?

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            The first 50 are: 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510
            Asked in History, Politics & Society, Cell Biology (cytology)

            What is the outer covering of the vacuole?

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            Vacuoles, organelles that are present in all plant and fungal cells as well as those of other organisms (animal, bacterium, protist), are closed compartments containing molecules enclosed by water. This organelle therefore serves many functions. The primordial utricle and the tonoplast are examples of cytoplasm that is present around the vacuoles of plants.
            Asked in History, Politics & Society, Word Games, Refrigerators

            What is the American word for refrigerator?

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            Frigidaire was a brand name which was shortend to "Fridge" and used generically for all brands. "Icebox" is also used, but "fridge" is more common. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, "fridge" is a shortened form of "refrigerator," although the brand-name Frigidaire may have contributed to it's continued popularity.
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            Did Abraham Lincoln have any kids?

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            Yes, 3 boys. His oldest, Robert, was a Union officer during the civil war and his youngest son, Todd, died while Lincoln was President. The boys had a pet goat they kept in the White House and would use a cookie sheet to slide down the stars from the second floor to the first.
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            What is opposite to the term Monotheistic?

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            Answer 1: Polytheistic, or alternatively, Atheistic. Polytheistic being 'believing in more than one God', Atheistic being 'believing in no God'. Answer 2: In our time monotheism is often considered a higher form of religion than polytheism. People speak of God, pray to God, search for God rather than speak of gods, pray to a particular god, or acknowledge various divine incarnations. Individual monotheistic worshipers, however, usually worship a particular form of their god and not his causal, unmanifest, formless aspect. There is a nearness, a response, in the formal aspect which is lacking in the abstract conception. But a causal, formless, all-pervading divinity, cause and origin of all forms, cannot be manifest in a particular form and would of necessity be equally at the root of all types of form. Divinity can only be reached through its manifestations, and there are as many gods as there are aspects of creation. The gods and the universe are two aspects -- the conscious powers and the unconscious forms -- of an indefinite multiplicity. Answer 3: Words like "monotheistic," when there also exsit words like "polytheistic, and, and "atheistic," and simply, "theistic," kinda' almost have no "opposite," per se. Rather, they all describe places along a continuum, almost more than anything else. That said, if "atheistic" is the opposite of "theistic," then "polytheistic" is likely the closest opposite of "monotheistic." Though positing same is just askin' for trouble among those skilled in philosophical debate... and who are just itchin' for a fight. [grin]
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            What does anti monarchist views mean?

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            An anti-monarchist is another term for anti-royalist... i.e. someone who opposes the rule of kings, royalty, castes, and other aspects associated with monarchal-style government.
            Asked in History, Politics & Society, Art History

            Why did realism begin?

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            Like all artistic movements, Realism began as a reaction to the world the artists were living in. A lot of changes were occurring in nineteenth century Paris (where the movement began), such as the French Revolution and rise of Napoleon and the invention of photography. Realism rejected lofty, dramatic, academic ideals in favor of works depicting the everyday lives of the working class.
            Asked in History, Politics & Society, Science Fiction, Symbolism and Symbolic Meanings

            What does the mentioned dog in the book Slaughterhouse-Five symbolize?

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            The dog that the one creep, Lazarro, feeds the watch springs to out of spite? I would say it represents the average soldier on either side, who was offered a chance at patriotism and glory by enlisting (the delicious steak) but discovered that the war was confusion, cruelty, and destruction on an unimaginable scale (the sharp little metal pieces). So the average soldier in the war is, like the poor dog, writhing in pain and misery, not sure why it is happening or who to blame. The dog and the soldier are both aware, however, that they were offered a false bill of sale when they took the hamburger/signed up.
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            What is a pull tax?

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            I believe you mean a "poll" tax, which was a tax on voting, basically...
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            What will happen in the year 6000?

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            The question that you are trying to ask is a stretch, even for the greatest and most exceptional minds today and arguably throughout world history. The enormity of time from our current time in 苹果彩票平台 is astronomical to comprehend for a majority of individuals. Moreover, humans have defied what has been considered conceptually possible.Since climate change is becoming an increasingly detrimental issue in our world, I do not see human civilization living in the year 6000. However, in the extremely unlikely circumstances that our species make it to this point in Earth's history, we would have made extensive advancements in technology and space travel. We would colonize planets within diminutive and close proximity to Earth. Our future depends on what we are doing today and if we continue our dangerous habits any longer, humans will not live to see the year 6000. Instead, the human species would have already died off and been extinct. Unless we change our habits, we can envision the possibilities of what could happen by 6000 but it solely lies on predictions rather than concrete facts.
            Asked in History, Politics & Society, US Government

            What are bad things the us has done?

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            Every Country makes mistakes, and yes the United States government has done bad things as well. A 'few' of them are: Political Greed. We must remember that all creatures are greedy, it is only through intelligence that we can attempt to over come greed. The problem is we, each and every one of us, need to use our intelligence to watch out for the leaders that are not over coming greed. To quote, if I may, Buddha-"Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense. I hope this helps to shed light on your question.
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            What is Drake's Folly?

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            A grocer, soldier and congressman, he was born and raised in Titusville, Pa., the western Pennsylvania farm town where Col. Edwin Drake sank an oil well in 1859. “Drake's Folly,” it was called, but it was soon producing 25 barrels of oil a day, the opening page in America's dependence on oil.
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            When did shipbuilding start?

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            Shipbuilding: 1800–Present. From the 19th century onwards, ships began to be built from iron and steel.
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            What does 'of beauty rich and rare' mean?

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            you are trying to say two words in a sentence I can see that. well first we gotta define where are those words I mean what are these words, is it (1)WHAT IS THE MEANING OF & (2) BEAUTY RICH AND RARE ? cause if that's the case then your question would be what is the meaning of beauty rich and rare? and the answer is one who naturally born an ongoing invention of beauty on her or himself especially rare beauties that will cause your tongue to be dripping because of its one of a kind
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            What former US presidents are still alive?

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            As of February, 2012. there are four US ex-Presidents still alive. These are, in order of Presidency: Jimmy Carter (born October 1, 1924 ) , lives in Atlanta. GA George H. W. Bush (born June 12, 1924), lives in Houston, TX Bill Clinton (born August 19, 1946 ) , lives in New York City George W. Bush (born July 6, 1946 ), lives near Crawford, Texas. The most recent presidents to die were Ford in December 2006, Reagan in June 2004/
            Asked in Technology, Television and Video, Society and Civilization, History, Politics & Society

            Is media spoiling your young generation or not?

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            "Media" is a term that covers a vast array of information storage and delivery. It includes newspapers, magazines, books, radio, television, computer based storage and retrieval. Do newspapers spoil our young generation? Probably not. And on line news services are also not considered to be harmful to young people. No doubt, content is available that delivers poor moral messages to people, young and old. Content on social media sites is often of such a poor quality that it is barely understandable and of no value at all. It is far too general to arrive at an answer to the question. Some media are very good for children and teenagers, others are just the opposite. However, to blame a medium for harming a generation is simplistic and probably incorrect. Look to content carried by the medium to judge it, not the medium itself.
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            What is the abbreviation for the word customer?

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            There is no "official" abbreviation for "customer", but you could create one. Try "cust." or "cstmr".
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            Who was Sonny O'Neill?

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            The man who almost certainly shot and killed Michael Collins at Beal na Blath in West Cork on August 22nd 1922.
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            Why did Cai Lun invent paper?

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            In ancient times writings and inscriptions were generally made on tablets of bamboo or on pieces of silk called chih. But silk being costly and bamboo heavy, they were not convenient to use. Tshai Lun [Cai Lun, Tsai Lun] then initiated the idea of making paper from the bark of trees, remnants of hemp, rags of cloth, and fishing nets. He submitted the process to the emperor in the first year of Yuan-Hsing [+105] and received praise for his ability. From this time on, paper has been in use everywhere and is sometimes referred to as 'the paper of Marquis Tshai'.

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