FSOT Review Questions 1) Was it good or bad for the early movie industry that its movies were
silent? Good. Many early moviegoers were non english speakers. 2) Name the capital and bordering countries of Burma. Rangoon. India, China, Laos, Thailand, Bay of Bengal (Indian Ocean) 3) Who determines the GAAPs for state and local governement? The Governmental Accounting Standards Board, since 1984. It is a private, non-governmental, organization. The mission of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board is to establish and improve standards of state and local governmental accounting and financial reporting that will result in useful information for users of financial reports and guide and educate the public, including issuers, auditors, and users of those financial reports. 4) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Suriname. Paramaribo. French Guiana, Brazil, Guyana, North Atlantic Ocean. 5) Who was Morrison Waite? 1816-1888 Supreme court chief justice nominated by Ulysses S. Grant in 1874. In the Civil Rights Cases (1883), the Court under Chief Justice Morrison Waite held that Congress could not prohibit racial discrimination by private individuals (as opposed to governments) on the grounds of the Fourteenth Amendment. 6) What was The Berlin Conference? 1884 85 regulated European colonisation and trade in Africa. Its outcome, the General Act of the Berlin Conference, is often seen as the formalisation of the Scramble for Africa. 7) What was the Pearson Commission on International Development? The Pearson Commission on International Development investigated the effectiveness of the World Bank's development assistance in the 20 years to 1968 and made recommendations for future operation of the organization. In August 1968 Robert S. McNamara, then President of the World Bank, formed the commission, asking former Canadian Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize winner Lester Bowles Pearson to head the commission. On September 15, 1969 Pearson and seven colleagues on the Commission on International Development delivered their report, Partners in Development. 8) Count Camillo Benso di Cavour (Turin, August 10, 1810 - Santena, near Turin, June 6, 1861) was a statesman who was a leading figure in the movement toward Italian unification and the first Prime Minister of the new Kingdom of Italy.
With the election of the liberal Pope Pius IX to the papacy in 1846, Cavour felt that the chance for him to advocate reform had come. In 1847 he founded Il Risorgimento ("The Resurgence," later to become a general term for the unification of Italy), a newspaper espousing liberalism, constitutionalism, and unification. As editor, he soon became a powerful figure in Sardinian politics. 9) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Senegal. Dakar. The Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Atlantic Ocean. Former French Colony liberated 1960. 10) What are open, closed, and restricted rules in the House? Bills favorably reported by committee are placed on the House or Senate calendar, which, in spite of its name, is simply a listing without chronological order. Many bills die on the calendar because they are never considered on the floor. In the House, the Rules Committee acts as a "traffic cop." Its rules are instructions which determine if and when a bill will be considered on the floor, and how. A closed rule forbids amendments and speeds consideration. A restricted rule allows only certain amendments to be considered. An open rule, of course, permits unlimited amendments. 11) How long did reconstruction last? 1865 to 1877 the states of the Confederacy were controlled by the federal government before being readmitted to the Union. First were occupied by Union armies, then readmitted to the union after elections which saw many former slaves vote, and blacks even win positions of power. 12) What top-level domain is assigned to government organizations in the US? .gov 13) What is a wildcat strike? A strike without union authorization. 14) Who supported Caesar? He was greatly supported by the lower classes, but fought constantly with the Senate. 15) What options do corporations have for raising capital? Generally speaking, companies have three choices when they want to raise cash. They can issue shares of stock, they can borrow from the bank, or they can borrow from investors by issuing bonds. 16) What is a specific tariff? A Tariff of a certain amount of money per weight unit of good. 17) What was the Japanese Instrument of Surrender?
18) Who is most affected by per unit taxes? The cost of per unit taxes is split between the buyer and the seller. the United States was eager to normalize relations with Japan. USSR. and which thereby ended the Pacific War and with it World War II. United States Security Treaty (ANZUS or ANZUS Treaty) is the military alliance which binds Australia and the United States. Australia and New Zealand during World War II. 20) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Lesotho. Both countries relented only when an Australian and New Zealand proposal for a three-way security treaty was accepted by the United States. 21) What was the Great Compromise of 1787? Created a bicameral legislature in the Constitution. 19) Who was Charlemagne? Also known as Charles the Great. a reincarnation of the ancient Western Roman Empire. South Africa. China. he solidified and expanded his realm to cover most of Western Europe and is today regarded as the founding father of both France and Germany and sometimes as the Father of Europe. The treaty came about following the close cooperation of the United States. Australia. and New Zealand on the deck of the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on September 2.The Instrument of Surrender of Japan was the armistice ending World War II. particularly as the Korean War was still raging a short distance from Japan. New Zealand. Australia and New Zealand in particular were extremely reluctant to finalize a peace treaty with Japan which would allow for Japanese rearmament. though today the treaty is understood to relate to attacks in any area. He was crowned Imperator Augustus in Rome on Christmas Day. 800 by Pope Leo III and is therefore regarded as the founder of the Holy Roman Empire. Maseru. Netherlands. UK. he was king of the Franks from 768 to 814 and king of the Lombards from 774 to 814. France. Following the end of World War II. Canada. and separately Australia and New Zealand to cooperate on defense matters in the Pacific Ocean area. It was signed by representatives of Japan. during which time Australia had come perilously close to invasion by Japan. 23) What is ANZUS? The Australia. His was the first truly imperial power in the West since the fall of Rome. With the involvement of China and possibly the Soviet Union in Korea. However. 1945. 22) What killed more people: the black plague or colonization of america? Colonization of America. US. it established that representation in one house was to be proportional to population in one house and equal among states in the other. the Cold War was threatening to become a full-scale war. Through military conquest and defence.
Congress has the power and responsibility to coin money and set its value. 24) What is Radio Free Europe? Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) is a radio and communications organization which is funded by the United States Congress. or personalitybased. and entered into force on 29 April 1952." The National Committee for a Free Europe was founded in June 1949 in New York. A Board of Governors appointed by the President of the United States supervised the system. explanations for behaviors observed in others while under-emphasizing the role and power of situational influences on the same behavior. 27) What was the French and Indian War? The war that raged in North America through the late 1750's and early 1760's was but one part of the larger struggle between England and France for dominance in world trade and naval power. 26) What was the Federal Reserve Act? A 1913 act of Congress that created the Federal Reserve System. Congress delegated this power to the Federal Reserve. in 28 languages. The British victory in that struggle. RFE/RL's mission statement is: "To promote democratic values and institutions by disseminating factual information and ideas. It broadcasts more than 1. 1950. rather than the social and environmental forces at work on that person.000 hours per week. In the 1913 Federal Reserve Act however. the French. ended the long struggle among the three principal powers in northeastern North America: The English. The headquarters was established in Munich and it transmitted its first short-wave program on July 4. The organization exists in Europe and the Middle East. people tend to have a default assumption that what a person does is based more on what "kind" of person he is. The broadcasts were part of a general CIA psychological warfare campaign directed behind the Iron Curtain. 25) What is the Fundamental attribution error? The fundamental attribution error (sometimes referred to as the actor-observer bias. only the U. This general bias to over-emphasizing dispositional explanations for behavior at the expense of situational explanations is much less likely to occur when people evaluate their own behavior. correspondence bias or overattribution effect) is the tendency for people to over-emphasize dispositional. and the Iroquois
. RFE was the broadcasting arm of this organization. while others could join. FM and the internet. known in Europe as the Seven Years' War .S. This default assumption leads to people sometimes making erroneous explanations for behavior. All banks chartered under the National Banking Act of 1863 were made members of the Federal Reserve System. via shortwave. AM.The resulting treaty was concluded at San Francisco on 1 September 1951. According to the United States Constitution. In other words. the central bank of the United States of America. The organization received its funds from the Congress of the United States and until 1971 they were passed to RFE through the CIA. to Czechoslovakia.
The Homestead Act of 1912 reduced the homestead requirement from five to three years. or about 65 hectares) of undeveloped land in the American West to any family head or person that was at least 21 years of age. by a 2/3rds vote.6 km²). and with what percentage? The senate. the amount of land a homesteader was allowed to claim was changed to 640 acres (2. beginning in 1861 in New South Wales. the Forest Homestead Act was passed. usually termed the Selection Acts were passed in the various Australian colonies in the 1860s.S. As the Frontier moved west onto the arid Great Plains. 33) What was the Pinckney Treaty? Also known as the Treaty of San Lorenzo or the Treaty of Madrid. 29) In the US. 31) How does Osama bin Laden translate? Osama. In North Atlantic ocean near US (Florida) and Cuba. Indonesia. By the end of the 19th century. Nassau. 1795 and established intentions of friendship between the United States and Spain.000 km²) remained open to settlement. who needs to approve treaties. 34) What were the Hague Conventions?
. It also defined the boundaries of the U. and similar acts.300. Port Moresby. son of Laden.S. Near Australia. over 570 million acres (2. 1862.S. The act was signed into law by President Lincoln on May 20. 30) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Papua New Guinea. Although a few isolated pockets remained into the 1950s. 32) Name the capital and bordering countries of The Bahamas. and in Alaska in 1986.Confederacy. legislation which gave one quarter of a section of a township (160 acres. it confirmed England's commercial supremacy and cemented its control of the settled regions of North America. with the Spanish colonies and guaranteed U. provided he lived on it for five years and built a house of a minimum of 12 by 14 feet.25 per acre ($308/km²) after six months. In 1906. The act was later copied with some modifications by Canada in the form of the Dominion Lands Act. 28) What was the Homestead Act? The Homestead Act of 1862 is a piece of U. most of the desirable land in the lower 48 states had been taken up by 1910 or so. a full section. or allowed the family head to buy it for $1. navigation rights on the Mississippi River. Coral Sea (Pacific Ocean). but very little of this was usable for agriculture. was signed in San Lorenzo de El Escorial on October 27. Homesteading in the Lower 48 states was totally abolished by Congress in 1976.
Gulf of Thailand (South China Sea). a bomb was thrown at police.1899 and 1907 conventions were. Near East Timor. it is a positive balance. Malaysia. Swaziland." A rally was held in support of an 8 hour work day. and other rights of the accused. among the first formal statements of the laws of war and war crimes in the nascent body of international law. Alexander the Great. was a sequence of violent events involving abolitionists (anti-slavery) and pro-slavery elements that took place in Kansas-Nebraska Territory and the western frontier towns of the U. Plato?
. The Greek Empire. 37) Name the capital and bordering countries of Australia. Cambodia. Indian Ocean and South Pacific Ocean. It led up to the civil war. Laos. capital. Bangkok. along with the Geneva Conventions. Indonesia. Papa New Guinea. 11 were killed in total. The BOP consists of the current. 39) Name the capital and neighboring countries of Thailand. Lake Nyasa. 43) What is the 6th Ammendment of the US Constitution? Trial by jury. and reserve accounts. 44) What came first. The Roman Empire. 40) What was Bleeding Kansas? Sometimes referred to as Bloody Kansas or the Border War. 35) Who is on the $2 bill? Thomas Jefferson. in Chicago. Tanzania. Contains Zambezi River. Burma. contains Mekong River. speedy trial. Canberra. 36) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Mozambique. Zambia. Illinois is the origin of international May Day observances and in popular literature inspired the caricature of "a bomb-throwing anarchist. Indian Ocean. and police shot into the crowd.S. 41) What was the Haymarket riot? 1886. state of Missouri between roughly 1854 and 1856. If it is coming in. Strait of Malacca. 42) Is the North Ireland conflict a religious or political one at heart? Political. Maputo. Malawi. 38) What is the Balance of Payments (BOP)? A measure of how much money is going into or out of a country. Zimbabwe. South Africa.
constitutional concerns about the indivisibility of the French Republic. and the Benelux countries (Belgium. 45) What political party did Alexander Hamilton start? The Federalist party in 1792. airstrikes on Libya including a 15-month-old girl said to have been adopted by leader Colonel Gaddafi and more than 100 were injured. 1954.S. Bujumbura. A bomb placed under a table near the DJ booth exploded at the club. Rwanda. then Alexander. Then The Romans. the French foreign minister at the time. soldiers. Germany. the EDC was never ratified and the initiative collapsed on the 30 of August. 1770. The plan included the countries of France.S. servicemen and injuring 230 people. which advocated strong national government.The Greek Empire. the Netherlands and Luxemburg).S. 46) Name the capital and bordering countries of Burundi. then Plato. meant to harness its military potential in case of conflict with the Soviet bloc. in response to the American call for the rearmament of West Germany. 47) Who did Libya side with during the cold war? The US 48) What was the Boston Massacre? March 5. but the plan never went into effect. President Ronald Reagan retaliated by ordering airstrikes against the Libyan capital of Tripoli and city of Benghazi see Operation El Dorado Canyon. Its intention was to form a pan-European defence force as an alternative to Germany's proposed accession to NATO. including more than 50 American servicemen. 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing was a terrorist attack on the West Berlin La Belle discotheque that was frequented by U. Italy. A treaty was signed in May 1952. and the then-U. killing a Turkish woman and two U. Lake Tanganyika. Libya was blamed for the bombing after telex messages had been intercepted from Libya's East Berlin embassy. At least 15 people died in the U. It was opposed by Thomas Jefferson & James Madison's Republican party. a brawl between American colonists and British soldiers where the colonists hit the British soldiers with snowballs and the British soldiers shot into the crowd killing 5 of the colonists 49) What was the 1986 Berlin discotheque bombing? The April 5. 50) What was the European Defence Community? The European Defence Community (EDC) was a plan proposed by René Pleven. 51) Who was Harlan Stone?
. Because of the failure to obtain a majority in the French Parliament. due to Gaullist fears that it threatened France's national sovereignty. Tanzania. Democratic Republic of the Congo.S. and fears about Germany's remilitarization.
Finland. Sweden. Other countries like dealing with only the president. 54) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Pakistan. Arabian Sea (Indian Ocean). Clause 2. 53) When did the Nuremburg Trials take place? 1945-1946. Senate seat from Illinois. pledging United States support for free peoples resisting communism. See Article II Section 2. 52) What takes presedence. Congress delegated the authority to negotiate trade agreements (treaties) to the president. rather than the entire US senate.S. The Senate then can vote the agreement up or down. Truman. Lincoln opposed extending slavery to new western states. 58) What was the Truman Doctrine? (1947) Cold-War policy. China. Russia. 55) When were the Lincoln .Supreme court chief justice nominated in 1941 by Franklin D. 56) What is "fast track" authority in the context of trade agreements? In various acts. Spanish colony ceded to US after spanish-american war. Contains Indus River. 59) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Puerto Rico. Roosevelt. Afghanistan. 61) What does Article 3 of the US Constitution Cover? Judicial Power
. Not really provided for by the constitution. Atlantic Ocean.Douglas Debates? These debates were held between Stephen A. Liberal justice who supported new deal programs. 57) What is "Scuttling" a ship? Intentionally sinking it. but is in practice. European nations tend to hold international law in a higer regard. Iran. established by President Harry S. Douglas and Abraham Lincoln held during the 1858 campaign for a U. US domestic law or international law? The US considers its domestic law to hold sway over international law. 60) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Norway. India. Islamabad. They were the first international war crimes trials. San Juan. Oslo.
63) What is the Inter-American Court of Human Rights? The Inter-American Court of Human Rights is an autonomous judicial institution based in the city of San José. and allowed Catholics to join. most countries with a coastline on the Pacific Ocean are members of the organization. Guam has also been actively requesting a separate membership. it makes up the human rights protection system of the Organization of American States (OAS). from communications to fisheries. it demanded reform measures but few were passed. such as Fiji. It was a short-lived movement mainly active 1854-56. he was supposed to reply "I know nothing. El Salvador. Some Protestants argued that the
. The origin of the "Know Nothing" term was in the semi-secret organization of the party. When a member was asked about its activities. Tonga and Samoa. Together with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. In the South the party was not nativist. Costa Rica. apparently was soon absorbed by the Republican Party. which currently represents Guam. Honduras. and it was the major opposition to the dominant Democratic Party in the mid and late 1850s. which serves to uphold and promote basic rights and freedoms in the Americas. Costa Rica and Panama. It holds annual meetings in each of the member countries and has standing committees on a wide range of issues. It grew up as a popular reaction to fears that corruption was overcoming the major cities because of the political activity of Irish Catholic immigrants. The official name of the movement was the American Party. Cambodia and North Korea in Asia and the Pacific Islands. The heads of government of all APEC members meet annually in a summit. 64) What is a "union shop"? A workplace where an employee must pay dues or their equivalent to the union. Currently. controlled by him through his bishops and priests. the six Central American countries of Guatemala. 65) What was Tammany Hall? The democratic political machine controlling New York City politics from 1854 to 1934. but may not be fired if he or she fails to maintain membership in good standing in the union for any reason other than failure to pay such dues. with the exception of Colombia and Ecuador in South America. Nicaragua. 66) What was the Know-Nothing party? The Know-Nothing movement was a nativist American political movement of the 1850s. and the membership. citing the example of Hong Kong and Taiwan." Many active Protestants feared that the Pope planned to undermine American democracy by creating a political network. but the request is objected by USA. mostly middle class and Protestant. There were few prominent leaders.62) What is APEC? Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is a group of Pacific Rim countries who meet with the purpose of improving economic and political ties.
Shiites live mainly in Iran and Iraq. Meditation. 75) What country did Buddhism originate in? What are it's beliefs? India by Buddha.strong allegiance of Roman Catholics to the Pope and priests ran counter to the values of independent voters that was required by republicanism 67) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Niger. 72) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Lebanon. Contains Niger River And part of sahara desert. 77) What did the Roman empire contribute to the world?
. Libya. Chad. Benin. 68) Was diplomacy after WWI more or less open / democratic? More. 76) What is Anglicisation? Anglicisation or Anglicization (see -ise vs -ize) is a process of making something British and/or English. 69) Are the majority of muslims sunni or shiite? About 90% are sunni. Syria. South Africa. Mediterranean Sea. Tutu was the first black South African Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town. San Jose. Caribbean Sea. Niamey. Burkina Faso. Mali. Anglicisation is most commonly discussed in the more abstract context of language: language is said to become Anglicised as it becomes more like the English language. Nicaragua. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. Israel. Pacific Ocean. Panama. However. 73) Who is Desmond Tutu? 74) A South African cleric and activist who rose to worldwide fame during the 1980s as an opponent of apartheid. For example. Algeria. Nigeria. 71) What is a graduated income tax? An income tax that takes proportionately more from higher wage earners. 70) Name the Capital and neighboring countries of Costa Rica. individual enlightenment. people may be Anglicised: an immigrant to England may be said to become Anglicised as he or she acclimates to the culture. Beirut.
This same act also created the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) as a research agency whose purpose is to determine the major types of hazards in the workplace and ways of controlling them.Roads. aqueducts. France. China. Armenia. Mediterranean Sea. Afghanistan. OSHA's statutory authority extends to most nongovernmental workplaces where there are employees. 78) What is the 23rd Ammendment of the US Constitution? (1961): Grants presidential electors to the District of Columbia. Nixon.on December 29. 80) What is the 21st Ammendment of the US Constitution? (1933): Repeals Eighteenth Amendment but permits states to retain prohibition and ban the importation of alcohol. Turkistan. Dushanbe. Afghanistan. however. signed by President Richard M. Pakistan. 82) Name the Capital and neighboring countries of Italy. Contains Po river. 81) When was OSHA created? The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created by Congress under the Occupational Safety and Health Act. illnesses. 83) Why is broadcasting a useful feature in e-mail systems? It allows you to simultaneously send the same message to multiple recipients. 79) Name the capital and neighboring countries of Tajikistan. Slovenia. and a codified legal system. Kyrgyzstan. It lasted 800 years. Persian Gulf. Rome. Its mission is to prevent work-related injuries. bridges. Tehran. states operating their own state workplace safety and health programs under plans approved by the U. Department of Labor cover most private sector workers and are also required to extend their coverage to public sector (state and local government) workers in the state. State and local government workers are excluded from Federal coverage. Switzerland.(Indian Ocean). 1970.S. Caspian Sea. 84) What is the Capital and neighboring countries of Iran. Iraq. and deaths by issuing and enforcing rules (called standards) for workplace safety and health. Uzbekistan. (poll taxes) 86) When did the 100 years war take place?
. Azerbaijan. Austria. Monaco. 85) What is the 24th Ammendment of the US Constitution? (1964): Prohibits the federal government and the states from requiring the payment of a tax as a qualification for voting for federal officials.
Germany. how many people live in South America? 330 Million. France. In 1939 she was invited to join the American Ballet Theatre.000 cherokees were killed during their forced relocation. 87) What is the War Powers Resolution? 1973. when 4. 88) What was the Indian Removal Act? (1830): A law passed by Congress in order to facilitate the relocation of American Indian tribes living east of the Mississippi River to lands further west. Resulted in the forcable movement of tens of thousands of native americans. There she created Black Ritual. states. After that. 91) What countries have access to the Black Sea? Romania. Turkey. 1993) was an American dancer and choreographer. she worked as choreographer on many major musicals and a number of films. It requires the president to consult with congress before sending troops into battle and requires them to withdraw after 60-90 days if congress does not approve. It authorized President Andrew Jackson to negotiate landexchange treaties with tribes living within the boundaries of existing U. the first ballet to use an all-black cast. She was white. 93) What field and period did Hippocrates work in? Medicine in the 5th century BC greek empire. Ukraine 92) What protects workers from employment discrimination? Both state and federal laws. Russia. 1905 October 7. 89) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Luxembourg.S. 94) What top-level domain is assigned to non-profit organizations? .Towards the end of the middle ages between France and England. Bulgaria. Belgium. including: Rodeo (1942) Oklahoma! (1943)
. The most well known was the Trail of Tears (1838). Luxembourg. Georgia. No president has accepted the constitutionality of this act.org 95) Who was Agnes de Mille? (September 18. 90) Approx.
101) What is Jingoism?
. The tension between workers and the leaders of banking and manufacturing lingered on well after the depression itself lifted in the spring of 1879. Britain bought lots of tea from China through the east india trading company. then Europe. involved large amounts of money and risk. Unemployment reached 14 percent by 1876. like many others. then Asia. leading to a major trade deficit for Britain. 98) What was the Panic of 1873? The Panic of 1873 was a serious downturn in the economy of the United States that touched off on September 18. at the time the nation's largest employer outside of agriculture.000 businesses failed between 1873 and 1875. TO counter this. in 1948 that supplied food and fuel to citizens of West Berlin when the Russians closed off land access to Berlin. but the British won. Britain began smuggling opium into china. creating millions of addicts. when the Philadelphia banking firm Jay Cooke and Company closed its doors and declared bankruptcy. A total of 18. The Chinese government tried to throw out the British as a result. This lead to european powers setting up ports in China. The chinese did not want any British products. 97) What was the Berlin Airlift? Airlift by U. which the western powers won once again. It was one of a series of economic crises in the 19th and early 20th centuries. the end of the crisis coinciding with the beginning of the great wave of immigration into the United States which would last until the early 1920s. and greatly expanding trade.Carousel (1945) Brigadoon (1947) Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1949) Paint Your Wagon (1951) Juno (1959) 96) What region of the world receives the most immigrant visas to the US? Latin America. The railroad industry. This eventually led to the Boxer rebellion of 1900. 1873. was invested heavily in the railroads. The New York Stock Exchange closed for 10 days. 89 went bankrupt. Of the country's 364 railroads. A large infusion of cash from speculators caused abnormal growth in the industry. 100) What were the opium wars over? In the nineteenth century. Cooke's firm. 99) What is the 3rd Ammendment of the US Constitution? Protection from quartering of troops.S.
were debated. 1850) was a journalist. 102) Who won the Scopes Monkey Trial? In 1925. Romania. Secretary of State Secretary of the Treasury Secretary of Defense Attorney General Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Agriculture Secretary of Commerce Secretary of Labor Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Secretary of Transportation Secretary of Energy Secretary of Education Secretary of Veterans Affairs Secretary of Homeland Security 105) Who was Margaret Fuller? (May 23. She edited the transcendentalist journal. Ukraine. increased sales and cash flow. usually with a hawkish political stance. 1810 .June 19. she became the first female journalist to work on the staff of a major newspaper. and
.g. it means bullying other countries or using whatever means necessary to safeguard a country's national interests. When she joined Horace Greeley's New York Tribune as literary critic in 1844.Jingoism is a term describing chauvinistic patriotism. 103) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Moldova. In plain language. 106) What is the accelerator effect in economics? The accelerator effect in economics refers to a positive effect on private fixed investment of the growth of the market economy (measured e. critic and women's rights activist. Fuller became friends with Ralph Waldo Emerson and was subsequently associated with transcendentalism. The Dial for the first two years of its existence from 1840 to 1842. the creationist side won. Rising GDP (an economic boom or prosperity) implies that businesses in general see rising profits. by Gross Domestic Product). education and women's rights. In the mid-1840s she organized discussion groups of women in which a variety of subjects. 104) Name the cabinets of the executive branch. Chisinau. such as art.
Lao. via the multiplier effect. encouraging businesses to build more factories and other buildings and to install more machinery. i. The Act was passed into law on January 16. This usually implies that profit expectations and business confidence rise.S. non-profit corporation funded by Congress of the United States. RFA broadcasts in 9 languages. (This expenditure is called fixed investment. 107) What is the world's largest desert? Antartica. it is the senate foreign relations committe as well. RFA aims to fill a critical gap in the lives of people across Asia. the Pendleton Act served as a response to President James Garfield's assassination by Charles J. For the CIA. Uyghur.. Cantonese. BBG's stated mission is "to promote and sustain freedom and democracy by broadcasting accurate and objective news and information about the United States and the world to audiences overseas". via shortwave and the Internet.
. which is the size of the U. It is a private. 1883. Khmer (to Cambodia) and Korean (to North Korea). 108) What is Radio Free Asia? Radio Free Asia was created by the International Broadcasting Act of 1994 and began its operations in 1996. Burmese. Arthur administration." Drafted during the Chester A. The largest hot desert is the Sahara in North Africa. Guiteau (a "disappointed office seeker"). 111) What does it mean to backup your files regularly? To copy files to a second medium (a disk or tape) as a precaution in case the first medium fails.e. and supervised by the Broadcasting Board of Governors. RFA's mission statement: "RFA broadcasts news and information to Asian listeners who lack regular access to full and balanced reporting in their domestic media. Through its broadcasts and call-in programs.com XX: Update on CNN Subject 110) What was The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act? Established the United States Civil Service Commission." 109) The line below the "TO:" line is called what? To: dianenguy@yahoo. RFA also broadcasts in Tibetan. Vietnamese. 112) Who must the president inform before conducting a covert military operation? The Congressional intelligence committees. which placed most federal employees on the merit system and marked the end of the so-called "spoils system.) This may lead to further growth of the economy through the stimulation of consumer incomes and purchases.greater use of existing capacity. The first transmission was in Mandarin and it is RFA's most elaborate service as it is broadcast twelve hours per day.
120) What are "The Federalist Papers"? A series of 85 articles arguing for the ratification of the United States Constitution. Manila. South Pacific Ocean. Kant is known for his theory that there is a single moral obligation. He is seen as a key figure in the development of American literature. Much of Hawthorne's work is set in colonial New England. 114) What was an immediate economic cause of the french revolution? High government spending with low tax collection from the nobles. It is from the Categorical Imperative that all other moral obligations are generated. was published in 1788. many europen nations. It was founded in 1966 with 31 members states and has now grown to include 64. and many of his short stories have been read as moral allegories influenced by his Puritan background. such as what would make us happy. including the stans. was a German philosopher from Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) in East Prussia. while the CIO was an industrial union. and by which all moral obligations can be tested. A compilation. Accordingly. He believed that the moral law is a principle of reason itself. which is derived from the concept of duty. he believed that moral obligation applies to all and only rational agents. called The Federalist. Taiwan. thinkers of modern Europe and the last major philosopher of the Enlightenment. The Federalist Papers serve as a primary source for interpretation of the Constitution. as they
.113) How did the AFL and CIO differ historically? The AFL was a craft union. and all asian nations. 116) What is the relationship between the yield and the price of a bond? They are inverse. They were first published serially in New York City newspapers. Kant is often considered one of the greatest. Near Malaysia. 115) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Philippines. Hawthorne is best-known today for his many short stories and The Scarlet Letter. including the US. 117) Who was Kant? Immanuel Kant (22 April 1724 12 February 1804). Indonesia. China. which he called the Categorical Imperative. 119) What is the Asian Development Bank? The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a multilateral development finance institution dedicated to reducing poverty in Asia and the Pacific. and is one of the most influential. and is not based on contingent facts about the world. Headquartered in Philippines. 118) Who was Nathaniel Hawthorne? 1804-1864 a 19th century American novelist and short story writer.
S. 121) When were the first women allowed to vote in the world? 1893 in New Zealand. In 1980.5-4 feet) social distance for interactions among acquaintances (1. The signatories hoped to create a common market in Latin America. Ecuador. would now consider Latin America as an agency for expanding U. 123) Who established the Massachusetts Bay Colony? The puritans in 1629.5 m. Mexico.S. Membership remained unchanged until Cuba joined in 1999. 127) What was The Roosevelt Corollary? The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine (from 1901 to 1909) was a substantial alteration (called an "amendment") of the Monroe Doctrine by U. Alexander Hamilton. In Latin cultures. Hall in 1963 to describe the measureable distances between people as they interacted. Brazil. and John Jay. commercial interests in the region. LAFTA reorganized into the Latin American Integration Association. 126) What is LAFTA? The Latin American Free Trade Association was created in 1960 by Argentina. Peru. By 1970. The U. and described four distances: intimate distance for embracing. 124) What does Article 2 of the US Constitution Cover? Executive Power 125) What natural resource does Azerbaijan mainly export? OIL. The articles were written by James Madison.S.
. those relative distances are smaller. along with its original stated purpose of keeping European hegemony from the hemisphere. 12 ft) Hall pointed out that different cultures maintain different standards of personal space. 6-18 inches) personal distance for interactions among good friends (45-120 cm. Colombia. Chile. 4-12 ft) public distance used for public speaking (over 3. LAFTA expanded to include Bolivia. and people tend to be more comfortable standing close to each other. Hall pointed out that social distance between people is reliably correlated with physical distance. President Theodore Roosevelt. in Nordic cultures the opposite is true. for instance.2-3. and Uruguay. and Venezuela. 122) What is proxemics? The term proxemics was introduced by anthropologist Edward T. 1. Paraguay. touching or whispering (15-45 cm.5 m.outline the philosophy and motivation of the proposed system of government.
In essence. Botswana. how europe would be rebuilt. 130) What were the Palmer Raids? The 1918's and 1921's Palmer Raids were a series of controversial raids on American citizens and resident and non-resident aliens in the United States. respectively. contains Zambezi river. Chad. Uganda. Supreme Court ruled that the act applied only to unreasonable restraints of trade and thus could be used only against severe monopolies.S. the U. The delegations were headed by Franklin D. Tanzania.S. Kenya. Contains Nile River (White and Blue forks). Roosevelt. the dominant power in the Western Hemisphere. Eritria. Malawi. The new doctrine was a frank statement that the U. the Roosevelt announcement launched an era of the "big stick. 131) What natural features border the Gobi Desert? The desert basins of the Gobi are bounded by the Altay Mountains and the grasslands and steppes of Mongolia on the north. 133) What was the sherman Anti-Trust Act? 1890 federal antitrust law intended to control or prohibit monopolies by forbidding certain practices that restrain competition. Angola. CAR. In the early 1900s. United States Attorney General under Woodrow Wilson. Khartoum. Roosevelt's Monroe Doctrine would be the basis for a use of economic and military hegemony to make the U. Described as a policy of speaking softly but carrying a big stick." 128) Name the capital and neighboring countries of Zambia. and the Soviet Union. 1945 between the heads of government of the United States. Ethiopia. Egypt. Independant from UK in 1964. Libya. the United Kingdom. DPR Congo. 129) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Sudan. Mozambique. and by the North China Plain to the southeast. Palmer stated his belief that Communism was "eating its way into the homes of the American workman. Lusaka. Red Sea. Zimbabwe. 134) What was the Yalta conference? It was the wartime meeting from February 4 to 11." and that Socialists were responsible for most of the country's social problems. 132) When was the Indian National Congress established? 1885. Nambia. was willing to seek leverage over Latin American governments by acting as an international police power in the region. They discussed houw Germany would be occupied. DPR Congo. and Russia pledged to enter the war against Japan soon after
. based on their assumed political beliefs.S. still under british rule. and Joseph Stalin. The raids are named for Alexander Mitchell Palmer. by the Tibetan Plateau to the southwest. Winston Churchill.
Women can only divorce in a few circumstances.3 percent of the territory of the modern United States. 138) What is the 4th Ammendment of the US Constitution? Protection from unreasonable search and seizure. extends from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada. with its mouth at Shanghai. James Monroe defeated the last Federalist candidate in 1816. 139) What states were part of the Northwest Territory? Ohio. transcendentalist. Yangtze River. He was a lifelong abolitionist. on simple living amongst nature. and won unopposed in 1820. on resistance to civil government and among 22 other books that Thoreau published. which would be held in San Francisco. naturalist.
. 143) What is the 12th Ammendment of the US Constitution? (1804): Changes the method of presidential elections so that members of the electoral college cast separate ballots for president and vice president. and Civil Disobedience. tax resister and philosopher who is famous for Walden. The land included in the Purchase comprises 22. Minnesota. Illinois.Germany was defeated. Indiana. Michigan. They all became states in the early to mid 1800's. 141) When was the Louisiana Purchase? Purchased under Jefferson from France in 1803 for $15 million. 142) What is the longest river in Asia? The. It is the third longest in the world after the amazon and the nile. 137) What was the Era of Good Feelings? Period from 1815 1821 that followed the War of 1812 where the last Federalist candidate was defeated and the issues of slavery were emerging as a result of the Missouri Compromise. They also set the date for the UN charter conference. 135) What year was NATO created? 1949 136) What excuses do jewish and islamic men need to divorce their wives? None. They can divorce with no explanation. 140) Who was Henry David Thoreau? 1817-1862 an American author. pacifist. If adjusted for the relative share of GDP. this amount would equal approximately $390 billion in 2003. Wisconsin.
2003) was an army officer and President of Uganda (1971 to 1979) whose regime was notorious for its brutality.000 Ugandans during Amin's presidency have been widespread since the 1970s. and philosophy that emerged in New England in the early-to mid-nineteenth century. because each believes himself inspired by the Divine Soul which also inspires all men." Emerson closed the essay by calling for a revolution in human consciousness. The publication of Emerson's 1836 essay Nature is usually taken to be the watershed moment at which Transcendentalism became a major cultural movement. we will speak our own minds. the state of intellectualism at Harvard and the doctrine of the Unitarian church which was taught at Harvard Divinity School. 149) What was Transcendentalism? Transcendentalism was the name of a group of new ideas in literature. and Margaret Fuller. Among their core beliefs was an ideal spiritual state that 'transcends' the physical and empirical and is only realized through the individual's intuition.. 146) Do LLCs. and in particular. Asuncion. 145) Who was Vasco da Gama? He sailed from Europe to India around the Cape of Good Hope. religion. partnerships. Ethiopia. Lango. and sole proprietorshops pay higher or lower taxes than corporations? Corporations pay higher taxes. Reports of the torture and murder of 300. Henry David Thoreau. and other tribes in Uganda. Argentina. 148) Who is on the $100 bill? Benjamin Franklin. 150) Who was Idi Amin? Idi Amin (May 17.
. Cote d'Ivorie. Sierra Leone. rather than through the doctrines of established religions.000 to 500.144) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Liberia. Red Sea. Kenya. Indian Ocean. Brazil (Rio Parana forms part of border). Mogadishu. 1928 August 16. 147) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Paraguay. Amin's tenure witnessed much sectarian violence. Bolivia.. 151) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Somalia. Guniea. including the persecution of the Acholi. Prominent Transcendentalists included Ralph Waldo Emerson. Monrovia. we will work with our own hands.A nation of men will for the first time exist. It began as a protest against the general state of culture and society at the time. Atlantic Ocean. culture. Emerson wrote: "We will walk on our own feet. Djibouti.
S. 153) What was the Greenback party? The Greenback Party (Greenback-Labor Party) was an American political party that was active between 1874 and 1884. and educational reformer. 154) Who can legally violate equal opportunity laws? Churches. Indiana. personal right to privacy. and the remainder for eastern and southern Europeans. on November 25. and a leading representative of the progressive movement in U. 1874. education during the first half of the 20th century. The Greenback Party was founded at a meeting in Indianapolis. an eight hour day.152) Who was John Dewey? An American philosopher. and allowing women the right to vote. a 75% reduction from prior years. It was originally called the Independent National Party.802 immigrants. 1921 it limited the annual number of immigrants who could be admitted from any country to 3% of the number of persons from that country living in the United States in 1910. Its name referred to paper money. according to Census figures. In 1878. 158) What is the debt utilization ratio?
. They can discriminate in hiring based on religion. The party's influence declined quickly. psychologist. 157) What are some exemptions to the 1966 FOIA? National security. The party advocated issuing large amounts of money. Professionals were allowed in despite their origins." that had been issued during the American Civil War and afterward. a pioneer in functional psychology. This totalled about 357. Of that number just over half was allocated for northern and western Europeans. The act was passed in a time of swelling isolationism following World War I 156) How does a firm maximize profit? By producing at a level where marginal revenue equals marginal cost. believing this would help people. It was established as a political party whose members were primarily farmers financially hurt by the Panic of 1873. and after 1884 it was no longer a force in American politics. especially farmers by raising prices and making debts easier to pay. 155) What was the First Quota Act of 1921? Also known as the Emergency Quota Act of May 19. and well water geographic data. In 1880 the Greenback Party broadened its platform to include support for an income tax. 14 members of the party were elected to the United States Congress. whose thought has been greatly influential in the United States and around the world. or "greenbacks. He is recognized as one of the founders of the philosophical school of Pragmatism. law enforcement. Most other info must be provided within 10 days under the 1966 Freedom of Information Act.
No recovery was evident in the United States for a year and a half and the full impact did not dissipate until the American Civil War. 1934). The rightists
. a swindler associated with the municipal pawnshop of Bayonne. 164) Name the capital and neighboring countries of Zimbabwe.mil 163) When was the Social Security Act enacted? 1935 by FDR's New Deal platform. It's war to win its freedom ended in 1821. he either committed suicide or was murdered by the police. General finance textbooks state that the ideal ratios is around 30%. 159) What was the Panic of 1857? The Panic of 1857 was a notable sudden collapse in the economy of the United States that occurred in 1857. Colombo. Independant from UK circa 1961. South Africa.. Many novice investors believe that a company with no debt is superior. Harare. Extremists. President James Buchanan proposed to Congress that the Treasury be authorized to sell revenue bonds for the first time since the Mexican War. Gold pouring in played its part by helping inflate the currency. Over five thousand businesses failed within a year. 165) What was the Stavisky Affair? A financial and political scandal that shook France in 1934. Mozambique..Debt utilization ratios measure how well the firm is utilizing debt and XYZ company's ability to repay the debt. Having little debt on the balance sheet is generally very safe. particularly of the right. 161) What year did Mexico separate from Spain? 1810. Zambia. a bank holiday was declared in New England and New York in a vain effort to avert runs on those institutions. Secretary of the Treasury. due to leveraged buyouts the ratio of debt to assets or equity has been increasing. 160) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Sri Lanka. At the suggestion of Howell Cobb. Eventually the panic and depression spread to Europe. Faced with exposure in Dec. The collapse ended a period of prosperity and speculation that had followed the Mexican War and the discovery of gold in California in the 1840s. South America and the Far East. But most companies assume debt to finance operations so the company can grow. 162) What top-level domain is assigned to the Department of Army? . Despite a shady past he had connections with many persons in responsible positions. he fled but was discovered by the police at Chamonix (Jan. 1933. Malawi. accused the Radical Socialist government of Camille Chautemps of corrupt deals with Stavisky and forced its resignation. Serge Alexandre Stavisky. sold huge quantities of worthless bonds. Botswana. Bay of Bengal (Indian Ocean)near India and Maldives. In October.
historicism. and writer of more than 10 books. including Stavisky s widow. provides for temporary removal of president. the historical materialism of Karl Marx. 170) Who was Hegel? Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (August 27. China. 171) Who's work did Galileo contradict? Ptolemy. 1831) was a German philosopher born in Stuttgart. Caspian Sea. but he too had to resign.further alleged that Stavisky had been murdered to protect influential persons connected with him. Uzbekistan. 169) Who was Harriet Beecher Stowe? 1811-1896 an abolitionist. It would come to have a profound impact on many future philosophical schools. 11 of the accused. Some of the politicians so wildly accused of corruption notably Chautemps were later cleared. none of them politically important. Russia. Sargent emphasized his own form of Realism and regularly did commissioned portraits of the wealthy. such as Existentialism. Many consider Hegel's thought to represent the summit of early 19th century Germany's movement of philosophical idealism. He was replaced by Gaston Doumergue and a national unity cabinet. 168) Name the Capital and neighboring countries of Kazakhstan. and British Idealism. 166) What is the 25th Ammendment of the US Constitution? (1967): Changes details of presidential succession. Württemberg. 167) Who was John Singer Sargent? 1856-1925 A painter known for his portraits. 6 7. Sargent's portraits subtly capture the individuality and personality of the sitters. were acquitted. The affair had the unfortunate effect of discrediting not only the Radical Socialist party but also parliamentary democracy in general. Astana. After a long trial (1935 36) of 20 defendants. In a time when the art world was focused on impressionism and emphasizing artistic individuality. Contains Aral sea.000 in 1934. Kyrgystan. the new premier.
. 172) What is the largest denomination of US money ever created? 100. 1770 November 14. He is usually thought of as an American artist. Édouard Daladier. He is best known for attempting to elaborate a comprehensive and a system of metaphysics from a logical starting point. the most famous being Uncle Tom's Cabin which describes life in slavery. and provides for replacement of the vice president. in present-day southwest Germany. Ertis river. although he lived most of his life in Europe. Turkmenistan. 1934) in Paris by extremists (chiefly royalists). used force to repress bloody riots staged (Feb. including schools that opposed Hegel's specific dialectical idealism.
including the Soviet Union and the United States. 177) What was The Antarctic Treaty? The Antarctic Treaty and related agreements. Niger. Bamako.173) Who was Robert Maplethorpe? 1946-1989 an American photographer. Senegal. collectively called the Antarctic Treaty System or ATS. Montevideo. Mauritania. Atlantic Ocean. China. Argentina. and officially entered into force on June 23. The frank. erotic nature of some of the work of his middle period triggered a more general controversy about the public funding of artworks. Deborah Harry. Russia. The treaty was signed by 12 countries. Rio Negro. 176) What was the first treaty to recognize and regulate diplomacy? The Congress of Vienna in 1815. and set aside Antarctica as a scientific preserve. Mediterranean Sea. Suva. 178) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Mongolia. Cote d'Ivorie. The main treaty was opened for signature on December 1. This was the first arms control agreement established during the Cold War. South Pacific Ocean. Richard Gere. 180) Name the capital and neighboring countries of Fiji. established freedom of scientific investigation and banned military activity on that continent. Beirut. and Patti Smith) 174) Name the capital and neighboring countries of Uruguay. famous for his large-scale. 175) What is the difference between a Grand and Petit Jury? A Grand Jury is established to determine if a crime has been committed. Brazil. highly-stylized black & white portraits. Syria. Israel. Contains Niger river. Earth's only uninhabited continent. 181) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Lebanon. 179) Name the Capital and bordering countries of Mali. Antarctica is defined as all land and ice shelves south of the southern 60th parallel. Ulaanbaatar. Guinea.
. 1961. For the purposes of the treaty system. regulate the international relations with respect to Antarctica. 1959. Contains part of Gobi Desert. His most common themes were portraits of (now) famous people (including Andy Warhol. A petit jury determines whether a person is guilty of a crime that has been committed. photos of flowers and male nudes. Burkina Faso. Algeria.
and Humanitarian Assistance It advances US foreign policy objectives by supporting: economic growth. Turkmenistan. This leaves open the question if the constitution can be amended to allow for such a procedure. Conflict. nonmilitary foreign aid programs into a single agency. The Supreme Court upheld a lower court's ruling finding the line item veto to be unconstitutional. Kazakhstan. President John F. 183) What countries have access to the Caspian Sea? Russia. agriculture and trade health democracy. it receives overall foreign policy guidance from the US Secretary of State. 187) Who was Richard E. Russia's Volga river and a canal system links it to the Black Sea. 186) What is the 26th Ammendment of the US Constitution? (1971): Prohibits the federal government and the states from using an age greater than 18 as a qualification to vote. An independent federal agency. Azerbaijan. as the constitution lays out how the president may veto a bill. Kennedy signed the Foreign Assistance Act into law and by executive order established USAID by consolidating U. 184) What is USAID? The United States Agency for International Development (or USAID) is the US government organization responsible for most non-military foreign aid. Iran. Neustadt?
. set a $10.182) What was the espionage act of 1917? Passed by Congress in 1917 after the United States entered World War I. but is silent as to amending it. 185) Does the president have "line item veto" power? No.000 fine and 20 years imprisonment for interfering with the recruiting of troops or the disclosure of information dealing with national defense. conflict prevention and humanitarian assistance USAID's origins date back to the Marshall Plan reconstruction of Europe after World War II and the Truman Administration's Point Four Program. In September 1961.S. It is organized around 4 main pillars: Global Development Alliance Economic Growth. Agriculture and Trade Global Health Democracy.
the government has three assets: the power to persuade. he said. The president. it's gone really well. 190) What is work-to-rule?
. the president must do his best to bargain with rival power centres to get what he believes to be needed. His main contributions to human geography were in the sub-fields of urban. political. had to grab "for just enough power to get by the next day's problems". Gore's interest in politics was reignited by a junior seminar taught by Neustadt in 1968 on the presidency. he believed. if I work harder then this will be better. where he taught for more than two decades. Expectancy is the belief that output from the individual and the success of the situation are linked. After his retirement he served as an advisor to Bill Clinton. and continues to be one of the staples of courses about the presidency all over the world. Presidency. retiring in 1989. first published in 1960. influenced Kennedy as well as a whole generation of academics. e. Neustadt later founded the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.S. In the course.g. Expectancy and Instrumentality. 188) What is Vroom's expectancy theory? This theory deals with motivation and management. Neustadt argued that "the power of the presidency is the power to persuade". It assumes that people wish to maximize pleasure and minimize pain. e. One of Neustadt's closest students was a young Al Gore.Richard Elliott Neustadt (June 26. To be precise. Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis. where powers are shared between congress. 1919 .g. Vroom introduces three variables which he calls Valence. Instrumentality is the belief that the success of the situation is linked to the expected outcome of the situation. so I'd expect praise 189) Who was Jean Gottmann? Jean Gottmann (October 10. Gore role-played John F. His most important book. 2003) was an American political historian specializing in the U. and its public prestige. economic. 1915 February 28. 1994) was a French geographer who was most widely known for coining the term megalopolis to describe the condition of the Boston-Washington corridor. the judiciary and the executive branch headed by the president. historical and regional geography. In a government like that of the United States. its professional reputation. Neustadt took a radically original view. Gore arranged to have private tutorials with Neustadt during his senior year.October 31. Valence is the importance that the individual places upon the expected outcome of a situation. It says that people will be motivated to perform well if good performance will result in outcomes they value. He also served as advisor to several Presidents. Presidential Power. meeting with him two hours weekly.
192) What is the Austrian school of economics? It is is a school of economic thought that rejects opposing economists' reliance on methods used in natural science for the study of human action. biographer. He continued to find support from the U. historian. Teller was known both for his scientific ability and his difficult interpersonal relations. which he named Connemara. poet. After his controversial testimony in the security clearance hearing of his former Los Alamos colleague Robert Oppenheimer. Friedrich Hayek was a famous member. 194) Who was Carl Sandberg? (January 6. novelist. After the abolition of slavery. historian. 1908 September 9. he continued working on other reform movements. government and military research establishment. Teller became ostracized by much of the scientific community. especially temperance and women's suffrage. Both South Korea and Japan have restricted their territorial claims in the strait to 3 nautical miles
. including those carrying much of the traffic bound for the ports of southern South Korea.S. Over the course of his long life. 2003) was a Hungarian-born American nuclear physicist. known colloquially as "the father of the hydrogen bomb. 195) What is the Korea Strait? It seperates Korea from Japan. He was a co-founder of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Mencken called Carl Sandburg "indubitably an American in every pulse-beat. and was both its director and associate director for many years. Sandburg won two Pulitzer Prizes. journalist and social reformer. and instead bases its formalism of economics on relationships through logic or introspection called "praxeology". L. and autobiographer. He was born in Galesburg. balladeer and folklorist. He is best known as the editor of the radical abolitionist newspaper." He was a successful journalist. and as one of the founders of the American AntiSlavery Society. 1967) was an American poet.A type of slowdown used by workers." He was an early member of the Manhattan Project charged with developing the first atomic bombs. It is not completely covered by US labor law. 193) Who was William Lloyd Garrison? 1805-1879 A prominent white abolitionist. but these were deferred until after World War II. 191) Who was Edward Teller? Edward Teller (January 15. one for his biography of Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln: The War Years) and one for his collection The Complete Poems of Carl Sandburg. 1878 July 22. The Liberator. It is a subset of classical liberal school of economics. Strangelove in the 1964 movie of the same name. During this time he made a serious push to develop the first fusion-based weapons as well. During the course of his career. and is considered one of the key influences on the character Dr. Illinois of Swedish parents and died at his home. H. North Carolina. Numerous international shipping lanes pass through the strait. is part of Pacific Ocean. in Flat Rock.
Later. sociology. The Treaty made extensive use of the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to enunciate the Allies' goals. in relation to the U. the term "statism" refers to any economy where the state plans or coordinates the economy. as well as asia. so as to permit free passage through it. Marc Anthony committed double suicide with Ceopatra. which can also be recognized as the elastic clause. was officially signed by 48 nations on September 8. Passenger ferries ply numerous routes across the strait.from shore. The treaty served to officially end World War II. 200) What was the treaty of San Francisco? The Treaty of Peace with Japan between the Allied Powers and Japan. These powers are not stated specifically but are considered to be "reasonably" implied through the exercise of delegated powers. education policy etc) to describe a system that involves a significant interventionist role for the state in economic or social affairs. 1951 in San Francisco. based on the Census of 1890.S. 199) What is statism? Statism is a term used in a variety of disciplines (economics. Constitution? Powers not specifically given to the Federal Government of the United States. Caesar or Marc Anthony? Caesar. 197) Who ruled first. Implied powers are derived from an enumerated power and the Necessary-and-proper clause. Maryland. or the advocacy of such a system. to formally end Japan's position as an imperial power and allocate compensation to Allied civilians and former prisoners of war who had suffered Japanese war crimes. with the Second Bank of the United States using the idea to argue the constitutionality of Congress's creating it in 1816. In economics. Drastically cut immigration from south and east europe. the implied powers played an important role in the court decision of McCulloch v. although the Constitution did not explicitly give him the power to do so. California. 196) What are Implied powers.
. The implied powers of the Federal government was an idea formed after Thomas Jefferson decided to go ahead with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. 198) What was the immigration act of 1924? Set immigration quotas of 2 percent of the number of foreign-born persons from a given nation.