1. Discuss the similarities and differences between the historical methodologies of Renato Constantino and Reynaldo Ileto. It is not related to any religious aspects.
The similarity between Constantino’s and Ileto’s methodology is that they both believed in the idea that Filipino history should also be focused upon the common people.
Constantino believed that one of the biggest mistakes committed by historians is that they tend to highlight and let the Filipino History revolve around the great or famous men and the colonizers. Constantino believed that history should be rewritten as a struggle of the people towards freedom and liberty. Ileto have similar ideas.
A similar method that these two authors use was using the common people or society will have a major affect in history. Renato Constantino has a belief that many historians focuses on the great people and colonizers of the past without relating it to the present(geelacerteza). Renato Constantino believe that the people especially the lower classes played and important role in making the history of the Philippines. While Reynaldo Ileto may originate the idea “a history from below” from Renato Constantino, because Ileto also believed that history should be focused on the common people not just by famous people.
they also have some differences Reynaldo Ileto labeled Renato Constantino and some other historians as an illustrado nationalists, because they focused on the important people that have played in the revolution such as Rizal and Bonifacio while making the people play a more passive role in their writings.
Which of these is NOT one of the ways interest groups assist members of Congress?
I believe that they cannot introduce legislation into congress
Under the Articles of Confederation, if Virginia had ten thousand citizens and Delaware had five thousand citizens, how many votes would each state have in the legislature?
Correct answer is:
Virginia would have one, and Delaware would have one.
A member cannot endure different place in the United States government for which he gets any sort of pay or compensation, both directly or indirectly. Every state has one vote in Congress, irrespective of how many representatives are assigned. Delegates' liberation of speech is preserved while they are working in Congress.
Under the Articles of Confederation, Virginia would have one, and Delaware would have one.
As the Article of Confederation illustrates, every state acquires one vote, despite its intensity, so that the authority each state endures are equal. It also acknowledged an unfastened association of the states, which forthwith determined to be vulnerable, and that a distinct plan had to be pulled out.
One of the significant problems representatives brought to the Convention had to determine the vote share each state should possess. Under the Articles of Confederation, every state had one vote, notwithstanding of size. At the Convention, every state had the individual vote.
Some delegates, especially those from more populous states, consider it unethical for every state to have an identical number of votes. They believed the states’ votes should be apportioned according to people, with the more populated states possessing more authority than the less populated states. That way, the people inside the states would be similar. The subsequent statistics manifest the colonies’ having differing communities.
The ancient Egyptians had an elaborate set of funerary practices that they believed were necessary to ensure their immortality after death (the afterlife). These rituals and protocols included mummifying the body, casting magic spells, and burial with specific grave goods thought to be needed in the Egyptian afterlife.
To ensure the continuity of life after death, people paid homage to the gods, both during and after their life on earth.
27% of the class prefers BBQchips to regular potato chips. If there are 100 students in the class, how many students do NOT prefer BBQ chips?
One hundred percent of one hundred is one hundred. twenty seven percent of one hundred is twenty seven. 100 - 27 = 73
Texas limits the power of the governor more than most states. Which examples illustrate limits on the governor’s power?A. the lieutenant governor is appointed rather than elected, and the governor’s job duties include vetoing bills B. judges are elected rather than appointed, and the governor’s job duties include vetoing bills C. the lieutenant governor is appointed rather than elected, and the state legislature may override a governor’s veto with a two-thirds majority vote in each house D. the lieutenant governor is elected rather than appointed, and the state legislature may override a governor’s veto with a two-thirds majority vote in each house
the lieutenant governor is elected rather than appointed, and the state legislature may override a governor’s veto with a two-thirds majority vote in each house
D. the lieutenant governor is elected rather than appointed, and the state legislature may override a governor’s veto with a two-thirds majority vote in each house
I just took the test and this is the correct answer.
Congress first allowed nonwhites to become naturalized citizens in __________, when it extended naturalization to “persons of African descent.”
Congress first allowed nonwhites to become naturalized citizens in 1870,when it extended naturalization to “persons of African descent.”
The Civil Rights Act of 1866 first allowed for nonwhites to become naturalized citizens in the United States, specifically addressing persons of African descent. This Act and the subsequent Fourteenth Amendment in 1868, overturned the Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision which previously stated that African Americans could not be citizens.
Congress first allowed nonwhites to become naturalized citizens, specifically extending naturalization to “persons of African descent,” in 1866. The Civil Rights Act of 1866 established African American citizenship, directly contradicting the Supreme Court's Dred Scott decision in 1857 which declared that black people could never be citizens. This Act also expanded Federal power, giving the government the right to intervene in state affairs to protect the rights of citizens thus of African Americans.
The criterion of racial classifications in the U.S. has changed over time, moving from the Dred Scott decision criterion (enslaved ancestry) to the one-drop rule in the 20th century. This rule considered individuals with any minority race ancestry as members of that minority group, further altering perceptions and treatments of racial identity.
In conclusion, the Fourteenth Amendment passed in 1868 further solidified the establishment of citizenship for African Americans, providing them with equal protection under both state and federal law and overturning the Dred Scott decision entirely.