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Shaquilla H.
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Correct the error(s): Sally and me ran several errands last tuesday. While we were out we visited the grocery store were fixing the car and drunk tea with our neighbors. We visited the neighbors that live on Elm street, right next to the mechanics shop.

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Answer:

Sally and I ran several errands last Tuesday. While we were out, we visited the grocery store, fixed the car, and drank tea with our neighbors. We visited the neighbors who live on Elm Street, right next to the mechanic's shop.

Literature
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Question:

In Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man, describe what is symbolic about the scene when the Narrator has to add a drop of black paint to the bucket of white paint in the paint factory.

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Answer:

This scene is symbolic of the white-washing of black America. Throughout the entire book, the Narrator is navigating his way through a majority white America in which his emotions, pain, aspirations, hopes, and fears are invisible to White Society.

US History
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What's the difference between a strict constructionist's and a loose constructionist's interpretation of the United States Constitution?

Shaquilla H.
Answer:

A strict constructionist believes that the Constitution should be interpreted as originally written. They believe that the Constitution is explicit in naming the powers of government and guiding the future of the United States. A loose constructionist believes that the Constitution's tenets are open to interpretation and that the Constitution should allow flexibility in the reach of government as the United States moves forward.

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