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Kendra G.
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US Government and Politics
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What are the three branches of government and how do they affect one another?

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Answer:

The three branches of government are; the Executive Branch which includes the President and his Cabinet, the Legislative Branch which includes both the Senate and the House of Representatives and finally the Judicial Branch which includes the Supreme Court. The President can veto laws that the Legislative Branch creates, and Supreme Court makes sure that the laws that the Legislative Branch creates are Constitutional.

World History
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Question:

What do the terms perestroika and glasnost mean in the Cold War era world?

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Answer:

The terms perestroika and glasnost are typically used to demonstrate the end of the communist rule in the Soviet Union. They mean "restructuring" and "openness". For the Russian people during this time; they were terms that were very upsetting and confusing.

US History
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Question:

What was the cause of the Civil War?

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Answer:

The cause of the Civil War is split up into two main reasons - there was lack of industrialization in the south and the increase in abolitionism.

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