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Asked in Holocaust, Political Science, Sociology
Are there any racial policies concerning racial issues?
Certainly. However, to be any more specific (such as which racial policies applied to which racial issues) you need to specific as to time and place. For example racial laws against Blacks prevailed in the United States from around 1650 to 1965 while completely different racist laws prevailed in South Africa from around 1850 to the early 1990s. Reverse racial discrimination (against Whites) has occurred in several African nations, most notably Zimbabwe in the last twenty years. ...
Asked in American Revolution, French Revolution
In the mid 1770s the relationship between the british empire and the American colonies was characterized by?
The British trying to continue the policies of the last hundred years
What accounted for part of American colonists' anger towards Britain prior to the American Revolution?
Britain had not enforced trade policies for a long time, and then began enforcing them to support the Seven Years' War. ...
Asked in To Kill a Mockingbird
Why do the townspeople not get along with American Africans in To Kill a Mockingbird?
Because it's set in 1930s Alabama... Racial prejudices were still prominent at that time and for many years after, especially so in the south. ...
What impact did television make upon American society in the thirty years following World War 2?
It allowed people to witness live events and also spread awareness of racial hatred and prejudices ...
Asked in Adolf Hitler
What was the name given to the aryan racial state hitler thought would dominate Europe for a thousand years?
The Third Reich is the name given to the Aryan racial state Hitler thought would dominate Europe for a thousand years. ...
What is the best explanation for the limited role of the government in the national economy in the years following the American revolution?
D) It evolved as a reaction to the oppressive economic policies that existed during the colonial era. ...
How many years passed between the end of the American Revolution and the beginning of the Civil War?
It was 78 years between the Treaty of Paris (1783) and the declaration of war by the Union (1861). Not all of the years were spent on US domestic policies, as the War of 1812 began 31 years after Yorktown and ended 47 years before Fort Sumter. ...
Asked in Insurance, Life Insurance
What percentage of life insurance policies lapse before they have been in force for two years?
One in every 14 of customers with term life-insurance policies stop paying the premiums each year, according to life insurance industry group Limra. For those with permanent policies, which may have a cash value long before the death of the insured, some 25% of policyholders stop making premium payments within the first three years of owning the policies; within 10 years, 40% have let the policies lapse. ...
Asked in Government
What have State governments been active in in recent years?
administering federal policies and programs.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Internet, Facebook
Is it illegal to have facebook when you are under 13 years old?
It is not illegal, but it does break the site policies.
Asked in Nelson Mandela
What is the significance bout nelson mandelas release?
He spent 27 years in prison, much of it on Robben Island, on convictions for crimes that included sabotage committed while he spearheaded the struggle against apartheid. Apartheid was a system of legal racial segregation enforced by the National Party government of South Africa between 1948 and 1990. Apartheid had its roots in the history of colonisation and settlement of southern Africa, with the development of practices and policies of separation along racial lines and domination by European settlers and their descendents. ...
Asked in History of the United States
Why was Sherman Antitrust Act was passed in response?
years of laissez-faire policies by the federal government.
Asked in Plessy v. Ferguson
Which effect can be traced directly to the Supreme Court's ruling in Plessy v Ferguson?
racial segregation was permitted for nearly 60 years
Asked in History, World War 1
Policies kept the US from entering World War 1 in its first three years?
isolationism and neutrality
Asked in History, World War 1
Which policies kept the US from entering World War 1 in its first three years?
Isolationism and neitrality