Athens and Sparta were two of the largest and strongest city-states in Ancient Greece, and they are both vastly similar, but also very different. Athens and Sparta were influenced similarly by greed in political structure, economy, and socially. The influence of people differed in political structure, economy, and socially. In Sparta and Athens the people were hungry for more property and more control. In Athens and Sparta they both had a strong economy and yet they depended on different things. In Sparta the people were very strong in agriculture and they didn’t trade with others because they were good on their own. In Athens the people grew fruits and they traded with other neighboring city-states. Sparta had many natural resources such as iron, bronze, clay, timber, grain, leather, and wool. Athens had only a couple of natural resources such as an olive tree, which is very popular for them. The Spartans didn’t really have a type of economy they depended on themselves, while the Athens depended on trade and were very interested in securing their finances. Because Athens depended on other city-states they acquired many allies that were useful to them during the war with Sparta. In Sparta and Athens the women stayed at home to take care of the family, while in Sparta men were in the military and in Athens men had the option to be in the military. In Athens girls didn’t go to school they stayed at home and helped their mothers. In Sparta girls went to school to learn how to take care of a household. Both of the civilizations had slavery, but Athens didn’t depend so much on slavery like Sparta did. Both of the civilizations were Pantheon, which meant that they believed in Gods and…
The cities i have chosen are Paris, London, Wittenberg, Rome, and Mildred.
Paris played a small part in the European Exploration. Its location was a main factorfor the participation. One of the major leaders of the Protestant reformation was John Calvin. He was born and educauted in France and believed that the Bible held supreme authority. Some must see places are the Eiffel tower, Notre Dane Cathedral and the Louve Museum.
Rome was one of the italisn city states and was also held…
Federalism- Divided between state and national
Political Culture- the attitudes, values, and beliefs that people hold towards government
Culture Wars- Political Conflicts that emerge from deeply held moral values
10th Amendment- Reserves powers for the states
Federal Pre-emption- The principle that national laws take precedence over state laws
Citizen participation- pg 79
Primary system- pg 87
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hold “five of six major cities, 36 of 44 province capitals... military and economic facilities” [ ], then the Americans and South Vietnamese must have been in strong potion to hold or take back all of these potions with-in a few days. However this was some-what weak as there were some exceptions, for example in the ancient capital city of Hue the Vietcong and North Vietnamese Army held the city of three weeks of heavy fighting. Yet since this was one of few of the major cities which the VC and NVA held…
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2. Mesopotamia - oldest civilization also known as land “between the rivers” the Tigris and Euphrates located in present day Iran nicknamed The fertile crescent. It was a place where the rivers helped with the establishment of cities and the achievements in arts, writing and law and empires arose dominating the Near East and Northern Africa.
3. Sumerians - lived in southern Mesopotamia and where first to build monumental sized religious structures, first to invent the wheel…
as international exposure? Is it safe for other countries to see classified programs used by NSA in
an effort to protect the United States? Consider Private Manning who leaked a large file of classified documents that contained information about the U.S. Army airstrikes and war logs that could be used by another country to mastermind an attack on the United States. What are the reasons behind his behavior? Like Snowden, he felt that the public should be informed of what is happening, (Free Chelsea…
1. What exactly does this map show?
A: This map shows the mean center of U.S. population is determined by the United States Census Bureau from the results of each census.
2. What is this building and which immigrant group got a foothold in it?
A: This is Tammany Hal, a New York City political organization founded in 1786. Irish go a foothold in it.
3. A supporter of what group was probably behind the creation of this flag? Who are the "Native Americans" in the flag's inscription?
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City state: a sovereign state consisting of an autonomous city with its dependencies
Monarchy: supreme power or sovereignty held by a single person
Sparta: an ancient city in S Greece: the capital of Laconia and the chief city of the Peloponnesus, at one time the dominant city of Greece: famous for strict discipline and training of soldiers
Athens: a metropolitan area comprising the city of Athens, Piraeus, and several residential suburbs…
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Immigration to the United States
Prepared by Alan Singer, Department of Curriculum and Teaching
Hofstra University School of Education
The United States is overwhelmingly a nation of immigrants and their descendants. While there
are similarities in the experiences of each new group, there are also important differences. Every
group experienced both a push and a pull - something that drove them to leave their original homeland and something that brought them to the United States. Sometimes the push and…