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US Government and Politics
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Question:

Impeachment is an often talked about topic to those opposed to the current sitting president of the United States. What roles do each of the houses of congress play in the impeachment process and has a president ever been truly impeached?

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Answer:

The House of Representatives must vote to impeach the President of the United States, if successful, the Senate will then hold a trial to decide. While two presidents - Andrew Johnson & Bill Clinton - have been voted to be impeached by the House of Representatives neither were impeached following a trial by the senate, meaning no United States President has ever been formally impeached.

World History
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Question:

Alexander the Great wanted to conquer the all of the known world (which to his knowledge ended in India.) Why did Alexander the Great leave India?

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Answer:

Alexander the Great as mighty a ruler conqueror that he was, he was still at the mercy of the men fighting under him. His troops has been away from home for 8 years, marched over 17,000 miles and the elephants this foes used in India demoralized them from previous encounters and those yet to come against Nanda who was rumored to have possessed about 4,000 of them. With the threat of a popular mass mutiny lead by his top generals, Alexander agreed to leave India. Alexander never forgave his man, and believed to the day that he died that he could have conquered the world if this troops and generals had stayed by his side.

US History
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Question:

With the ratification of the 19th amendment on August 18, 1920, women nationally gained the right to vote but other states gave women the right before hand. Name one these states and theorized reasons as to why these individual states gave their female citizens the right to vote before others.

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Answer:

Wyoming passed a constitution on September 30th, 1889 that officially gave women to vote in all elections held, the following year Wyoming was accepted into the United States the following year becoming the first state that allowed women the right to vote. While no one can say for certain what caused a western state such as Wyoming to give the right before their Eastern counterparts but their is a prevailing theory. Women served a much more important role in the west and their western male counterparts wanted to reward them for their hard work.

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