Based on what you read from eugene deb's statement to the courts, what conclusion can be drawn about the climate of american politics in 1918?
the government worked quickly to suppress radical ideas and beliefs.
socialism was seen as a threat to the american system of capitalism.
americans were optimistic about the future of their country.
economic hardship forced many americans to reconsider their political beliefs.
i don't know how to word this properly but iraq is one of the easternmost arab countries meaning it is quite far away from other countries which are politically powerful. it's environment makes it harder to travel and makes making political conferences and deals harder.
the correct answer b) the first child of english settlers was born there.
a noteworthy aspect of john white’s colony was that the first child of english settlers was born there.
the city of ralegh in virginia was governed by john white with the of 12 assistants. on january 7, 1587, this place was incorporated into england. a noteworthy aspect of john white’s colony was that the first child of english settlers was born there. on august 18, 1587, elinor white dare gave birth to her daughter, virginia. she was the first baby born in the american territory.
britain saw its colonists as a source of profit. what colonists are is people that go to other places, claim land, and make their own colonies. this profited britain because the colonies that are formed in other places have stuff that britain doesn't have, and the colonies can come back to great britain and gives them things that profit them. also, because the colonists got more land, those lands would first belong to great britain because the colonists were not independent from great britain, and land costs a lot of money, which means that britain is getting a lot of money from land.
the correct answer is, the enacting of the nuremberg laws eventually led to the holocaust for the following reason.
in 1935, at their annual party reunion, the nazi party enacted new laws called the nuremberg laws. the laws confirmed the nazi ideology on race. the laws prohibited the jews to marry german-blood citizens and excluded them from the reich citizenship. the enacting of the nuremberg laws eventually led to the holocaust. the holocaust was a genocide event that persecuted and annihilated german jews from 1933 to 1945.