How does President Harry S. Truman’s political views compare to the views of the majority of the 80th U. S. Congress at the time (in reference to the post-WWII European refugees to come to the U. S.)?
Why did craft guilds form in the middle ages? to eliminate the growing number of merchant guilds in european towns to address
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3. I am the belief that God gave the United States the right to spread across the continent.bringing freedom and liberty to everyone
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The harlem hellfighters1- musicians during the harlem renaissance 2- social activists that led into
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:( which of the following is a true statement about early american cultures? a.) early american cultures
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Nationalism is an intense loyalty to ones a. family b. race c. religon d. country
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c. the king has significantly abused the colonists' rights many times over a long period of time.
islamic religious leaders have traditionally been people who, as part of the clerisy, mosque, or government, performed a prominent role within their community or nation. however, in the modern contexts of muslims minorities in non-muslim countries as well as secularised muslim states like turkey, indonesia and bangladesh, religious leadership may take a variety of non-formal shapes.
compared to religious leaders/clerics of the other abrahamic faiths, islamic clergy are said to resemble rabbis and not priests. unlike catholic priests they do not "serve as intermediaries between mankind and god", have "process of ordination", or "sacramental functions", but instead serve as "exemplars, teachers, judges, and community leaders," providing religious rules to the pious on "even the most minor and private" matters.
These victims of war and oppression look hopefully to the democratic countries to help them rebuild their lives and provide for the future of their children. We must not destroy their hope. The only civilized course is to enable these people to take new roots in friendly soil. Already certain countries of Western Europe and Latin America have opened their doors to substantial numbers of these displaced persons. Plans for making homes for more of them in other countries are under consideration. But our plain duty requires that we join with other nations in solving this tragic problem.