What is the difference between US economy and Cuba's economy?
The US has a modified free market economy where most economic decisions are made by the private sector subject to public policy concerns such as zoning, pollution control, workplace safety, etc. Cuba has a central or 'command' economy where nearly all economic decisions are made by the government; some very small private businesses are allowed to operate, such as barbers, auto repair, etc.
Which describes a significant difference between the North and the South in the years leading up to the US Civil War?
The leading differences between the North and the South leading towards the US Civil War was their respective economies. The North was rapidly expanding manufacturing while the South was primarily an agricultural economy. Also, the Southern economy was driven by slaves. For the most part the North had few slaves at all.
England is usually six hours ahead of Wisconsin. From the second Sunday of March at 08:00 UTC (2 AM CST; 08:00 GMT) until the last Sunday of March at 01:00 UTC (Sat. at 8 PM CDT; Sun. at 01:00 GMT), England is five hours ahead of Wisconsin. From the last Sunday of March at 01:00 UTC until the last Sunday of October at 01:00 UTC (Sat. at 8 PM CDT; Sun. at 02:00 BST), England…