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Tutor profile: Stacy H.

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Stacy H.
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Subject: World History

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What are some of the social impacts of the Industrial Revolution in Europe?

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Stacy H.
Answer:

Population growth, the rise of industrial capitalism forming a new middle class, and better efforts being made to make unsafe and unsanitary housing, living, and working conditions better for everyone. Labor organizations rose from these efforts, may also be known/called as trade unions.

Subject: US History

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Name the landmark court case argued before the Supreme Court of the United States in 1954. What did this case rule unconstitutional?

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Board v. Brown of Education of Topeka, 1954. The US Supreme Court ruled that American state laws establishing racial segregation in public schools were unconstitutional.

Subject: European History

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What does the word Renaissance mean and why did it begin in Italy?

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Renaissance means rebirth. It started in Italy because it was once home to the Roman Empire, and most often where merchants came to trade their goods and purchase others. In turn, many artists could find patrons to support their artistic visions, as being part of the art world was often a symbol of patriotism.

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