before 9/11/2001, the united states was free of anxious attacks to its land, and the u.s had no worries about any terrorists attacks that was going to occur, so they were relaxing. after 9/11 occurred, the u.s has became in shocked and wanted to make changes that would prevent terrorism. the u.s responded by being prepared, anticipating, and give out warnings. the u.s started to prepare for another terrorists attack after 9/11, they started to change the cockpits of a plane so that no one could hijack it form outside, only the pilot could open it from the inside. the u.s did anything that they could to make it safe for the people of the united states to not worry about an attack, and took all of the safety measures to do so. the u.s also started to anticipate for terrorists attack, meaning that they started to look for clues to determine whether or not someone or a group of people are going to make an attack. the u.s also made their warnings systems better, so when that there were a terrorist attack to occur, they can warn the people before it actually happens, and that is where anticipating for terrorists attacks out a lot.
the correct answer is the national grange.
the national grange was the first sizable political organization formed by u.s. farmers.
a coalition of farmers in the middle west formed the granger movement to fight against monopolistic transportation practices after the civil war. oliver hudson kelly was the founder of a group called the patrons of husbandry in 1867. the purpose of this group from minnesota was to educate farmers of america in farming and social issues. in 1870 the movement grew considerably and create consciousness about the elevated prices the railroad’s companies charged for transportation of harvest.
germany surrendered first.
germany surrendered officialy on may 7, 1945 to the allies bringing an end to the european conflict in world war ii. on the other hand japan only surrendered after the nuclear attack on hiroshima on august 6, 1945 and nagasaki on august 9, 1945. these attack forced imperial japan to announce surrender on august 15, 1945 and formally signed on september 2, 1945