Which of the following is not a true statement about benjamin franklin and the french? a. the french mourned franklin's death like the passing of national hero. b. many people in france still think that benjamin franklin was a president of the united states. c. many people in france wanted him to become a full-time advisor to king louis xvi. d. the french admired him so much that wealthy families hung pictures of franklin in their parlors during the late 18th century.
the correct answer is "war broke out when white settlers pressured the government to take the land from american indians. "
an example of this would be the wounded knee massacre. this was a result of the discovery of gold on the lakota pine ridge reservation in south dakota. us citizens wanted to take this land from american indians, as gold was a valuable commodity that could be sold to make a huge profit. along with this, the american economy still relied on the gold standard.
this resulted in an armed conflict between members of the us military and the lakota tribe.
this year marks the 800th anniversary of the magna carta, and today the four surviving copies of the 1215 document have been brought together for the first time in london.
what is it?
magna carta, which means ‘the great charter’, is one of the most important documents in history as it established the principle that everyone is subject to the law, even the king, and guarantees the rights of individuals, the right to justice and the right to a fair trial.
king john signing the magna carta
the answer is c.
i got this answer by the process of elimination. not a - because it is a holy book consisting of the words of god (or allah) that were revealed to muhammad in a cave. not b- the quran is known for being written in only one language--that's arabic (translations may be done in different languages, but a quran itself will always be in the arabic language.) not d - muslims constantly follow the quran because it is their holy book, much like a christian with the bible or a jew with the torah.
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