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Well it had to give aid to European countries to build back its economy (similar to WW2s martial aid) these were loans recalled during the great depression!

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How did the federal government try to change the public opinion about US involvement in World War 1?

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How did the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments change the nature of the federal Union?

The 13th Amendment outlawed slavery in the union. Until the amendment was passed legality of slavery was left to the states to determine. The 14th and 15th amendments were emotional reactions to the abhorrent institution of slavery. Their scope was meant to diminish the ability of a state, or group of states, to effectively mount a future resistance to federal authority on the scale that came very close to succeeding in the civil war. The 14th amendment made the first 10 amendments weaker by delegating new authority to the federal government. The 9th and 10th amendments affirmed the right of the states to control issues within their borders. The 14th amendment took that right from the states and gave it to the federal government.


How did Cuban way of life change during the Cold War?

adopted communism as its form of government


How did the state rights affect the Civil War?

the balance of power between federal and states governments was unchange.


In what way did the new middle class change british society?

They forced the government to change. They wanted to be in the upper class and did not like all the favors being done for people just because of their blood.

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What was the biggest change from the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution?

The biggest change from the Articles of Confederation was the creation of a stronger federal government. The Constitution created an executive and judicial branch.


Was there a change in government at the last federal election?

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The federal government can't make the states change their laws, but they use grants as incentive for the states to make the states laws what the federal government wants. They offer grants for the roads for states to change the speed limit on highways to 65 mph.


How did the articles of confederation change the colonists minds about the government?

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