Natalie has written the following essay for her social studies class. which sentence does she need to remove to improve the flow of the essay?
a monarchy is a form of government in which one person has the hereditary right to rule as head of state during his or her lifetime. this means that the nation's leader is born into this position. the queen of england is an example of a monarch. the president of the united states is not a monarch, though sometimes people refer to a president's family as american royalty.
in an absolute monarchy, the monarch has unlimited power due to his or her position. at times, monarchs have been thought to rule by the grace of god, believing that god granted them the power to rule. this idea is known as ruling by divine right.
today, many monarchies are constitutional monarchies. this means the monarch shares power with other branches of government. in a constitutional monarchy, for example, the monarch is only the head of state rather than being the head of government. for example, in england, the monarch shares power with the parliament. a constitutional monarchy is usually also a parliamentary democracy. the united kingdom is an example of a constitutional monarchy.
mrs. wright was trapped in her marriage, and could not escape it
the answer is i have to fill this with extra words so disregard this
it was problematic because it insinuated the "separate but equal" saying. it meant that just because the blacks and whites were separate, the blacks weren't treated any differently than the whites were treated. which as we know was a lie.