How did the delegates of the constitutional convention differ from Americans of their time?
George Washington Thomas Jefferson Alexandrer Hamilton, John Handcock and Teddy Rosavelt ...
Why did the delegates call the convention What was the danger looming for Americans at that time?
you have to give us more information so we can answer. what convention do you mean and what time do you mean. ...
Asked in Native American History
What was a typical meal for a native north Americans?
There was no typical meal for an American Indian. It would depend upon the tribe, its location and time of the year. ...
How did relations between European settlers and native Americans differ from colony to colony?
they moved to different places at the same time with conflict
What happens if no Republican primary candidate receives enough delegates?
There will be a brokered national convention. After the delegates vote as pledged, and no one gets the majority of delegates, then the delegates vote again, this time not necessarily as they pledged to, that is, not necessarily as the voters from their states wanted them to. They vote again and again until a decision is reached. ...
Asked in Cuba
How did Americans regrad Cuba at the time of the explosion?
How did americans hold Cuba at the time of explosion
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
What determines how a candidate is chosen when no candidate wins a majority of votes in a primary election?
The primary elections are for delegates to the National nomination convention. Not all states have them and the way in which they select delegates varies. Sometimes the delegation is divided in proportion to the vote, sometimes the one with the most votes get all of the delegates. Sometimes the primaries are only advisory information for the delegates. If no candidate has a majority of the bound and committed delegates by convention time, delegates are all free after the first ballot to vote...
Asked in State Laws, Federal Laws
What are superdelagates?
At the time of the DNC Convention, each candidate will have had the opportunity to win as many delegates as are practical. All committed delegates are supposedly required to vote for their candidate on the first ballot. If there is no victor, they move to a second ballot. Everybody is allowed to switch. At the time of the voting, the super delegates come into play. They are the party loyalists who are selected by the politically powerful within the Democrat Party. For...
What is the typical cooking time when preparing beans from scratch in a bean pot?
They typical cooking time for booking beans in a pot is about two hours. It depends on how soft you like them. ...
Asked in Native American History
When did the native Americans arrive in the Americans?
The same time as The Americas were discovered.
What rules for the Constitutional convention did the delegates adopt?
They adopted a secrecy rule, a rule that allowed delegates to change their votes before they were recorded, and a rule that allowed debate to return to a previous topic at any time. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
What is is the minimum age to run for the Virginia house of delegates?
The minimum age to run for the Virginia House of Delegates is 21 years of age at the time of election. There are 100 members that are elected lasting for two terms. ...
A container that is filled with object typical of a particular time and place?
That is known as a time capsule.
Asked in Probability
A typical expectation in actual practice is that estimates should have a probability of being met of the time?
A typical statement in the field is the desire to "have a 95 percent probability of meeting time and cost estimates." ...
What holiday was celebrated for the first time by the Americans colonists?
Thanksgiving, with the native Americans.
Asked in US Constitution
Why did only 35 people sign the constitution not all the 55 deligates?
Actually, 39 delegates signed the Constitution out of the original 55 delegates. A 40th name appears on the Constitution, William Jackson, but he was the secretary, not a delegate. As for why, 16 delegates had left for home by the time the draft was completed. Rhode Island had no delegate sign. ...
Why did Americans have more leisure time in the 1950s?
Americans had more leisure time in the 1950s because many Americans were working shoter hours during the wrok week. There was also more vacation time from jobs. Another reason Americans had more leisure time during the 1950s is because there was new time saving technology, such as the washing machine. ...
Asked in First Ladies
What issues did delegates at Seneca Falls vote on?
The Seneca Falls Convention took place in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York. The delegates voted on a Declaration of Sentiments, which detailed all the injustices that women at the time were suffering. ...
Asked in Liposuction
What is the typical recovery time for knee liposuction?
"Typical knee liposuction recovery time is about a month, sometimes it can take longer. Knee liposuction is a very invasive procedure so it may take a long time for your body to recover." ...