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Explain three ways in which computers have impacted American society.
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User: Explain three ways in which computers have impacted American society.

Weegy: Intel: Intel has created processors and other pieces of hardware. You will usually find an Intel Processor inside computers. They have made a HUGE impact. Microsoft: Microsoft has created a lot of software. [ They have also created an Operating System called Microsoft Windows. They are also well known for their office suite, Microsoft Office. Apple: Apple Creates both hardware and software. They too have an Operating System known as OS X. On their mobile devices (Only on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch) they have another Operating System called iOS. They created the iMac, Macbook, and the iPod. source : ]
Expert answered|hachiko28|Points 61|

User: What lasting effect did the Watergate scandal have on the nation? Give at least three examples.

Weegy: It turned out that the arrest of five men on 17 June 1972 who were trying to install electronic listening devices in the Democratic Party headquarters at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, [ DC was just one of several surreptitious activities sponsored by the Nixon Administration. Nixon’s aides had also engineered the burglary of a Los Angeles psychiatrist’s office to try and obtain damaging information about Daniel Ellsberg, a Defense Department employee who leaked the Pentagon Papers, revealing the activities of the administration regarding Vietnam. The press and public began to view Nixon’s administration and activities as “the Imperial Presidency” because Nixon and his advisors became so arrogant in their possession of power. They seemed to believe they were above the law. Nixon even went so far as to claim that if something was done by the president, that means it was not illegal. The public began to distrust the power that had been amassed in the office of the Executive. The separation of powers did not seem to be working as designed by the Founding Fathers. Others saw the resignation of the president of confirmation that the Constitution was working, and even the President was not above the law. The Watergate Affair also served as a civics lesson to the public. Many began to pay close attention to their representatives and to begin to question the leaders in Washington and in local and state offices. ]
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