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Tutor profile: Matthew M.

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Matthew M.
Working towards a Master's in Secondary Education specializing in Social Studies
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Subject: US Government and Politics

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In the founding days of the United States how did the Federalists differ from the Anti-Federalists?

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Answer:

The main difference is that the Federalists were in favor of a strong central government while the Anti-Federalists were in favor of a weaker central government with strong state and local governments.

Subject: World History

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What contributed to the rise of civilization in the fertile crescent region?

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The irrigation of the Tigris and Euphrates river led to the rise of farming in the region which resulted in what we now know as civilization. The switch from hunting/gathering led to a rise in specilization which led to advancements in science, technology, writing, etc.

Subject: US History

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What led to the United States involvement in WWI?

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The decoding of the Zimmerman Telegram. This telegram contained an offer from Germany to Mexico to annex some of the territory of the United States in exchange for their help in the war.

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