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native americans social system
Weegy: There are 4 points to the Native American Indian Social Stucture: 1. The Elders are the wisest and most respected. They are always the ones to come to if in need of help. 2. The men are the warriors. They go out to hunt and collect food. [ They are the ones who are called upon when a battle is taking place. 3. The women are the ones who stay back at the camp to prepare food and attend to household duties. 4. The boys were taught how to hunt and fight by the Elders or the men. The girls stayed back at the camp and were taught by the women. ] (More)
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maxinne, when you copy an answer please cite your sources.
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What progress do you think was made toward the abolition of slavery during and immediately after the Revolutionary War? How do you think the war affected both freed Blacks and Black slaves?
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It should be noted that the Revolution marked an important watershed in the extension of suffrage rights and that the movement toward greater popular involvement in government often included blacks. For example, the constitution adopted by New Jersey in 1776 gave the franchise to free blacks and women who met certain age, wealth, and residency requirements. Slaves were not directly affected by stamp duties or tea taxes, but in the words of historian Gary Nash nonetheless they were politicized by the language and modes of white protest and were quick to seize the opportunities for securing their own freedom that emerged from the disruptions of a society in rebellion.
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What implications did Marshall’s legal actions have for the Supreme Court’s future? Why?
Weegy: Important Supreme Court Decisions Marbury v Madison (1803) Issue Before the end of John Adam’s presidency, he appointed William Marbury to be a justice of the peace under the Judiciary Act of 1801. [ The papers for this appointment had not yet been delivered. Thomas Jefferson ordered Secretary of State James Madison not to honor Marbury's appointment as well as others derived from the Judiciary Act of 1801. Marbury sued Madison believing he deserved the position and asked the court to issue a writ of mandamus (an order to compel executive officials to act). This kind of writ was authorized by the Judiciary Act of 1789. Verdict The writ of mandamus section of the Judiciary Act of 1789 was unconstitutional. Impact It established the principle of judicial review, the Supreme Court could strike down laws that were not consistent with the Constitution. The Federalist Party, which dominated the Supreme Court, still had power during the Jeffersonian Era of American politics. James Madison Fletcher v Peck (1810) Issue In 1795, Georgia sold stolen Native American land to speculators. Speculator John Peck then sold the land to Robert Fletcher, but a new law withdrew all the sales of that land. Fletcher sued for his money back. Can the new law passed by the Georgia legislature invalidate the contract entered into by Mr. Fletcher and Mr. Peck? Verdict The sale was legal Impact States cannot nullify private contracts. Dartmouth College v Woodward (1819) Issue King George III established Dartmouth College in 1769 by issuing a charter. New Hampshire tried to nullify the charter in order to make the private college a state university. ] (More)
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Make sure you directly address the question and when copyin from another site, please provide a link to your source.
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