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Mike A.
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US Government and Politics
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Question:

What is the purpose of the Electoral College?

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Answer:

The purpose of the Electoral College is to create a fair voting system based off of the population of each state. Each state has a different number of Electoral College votes based off of the population of the state. This makes very populous states like Texas, California, and Florida very rewarding for candidates who win the votes in those states.

World History
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Question:

How did the Nazi Party rise to power in Germany?

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Answer:

It was a multi-step process that included, a horrible depression in Germany, a failing democracy, and a rising fear of Communists. The Nazi Party, specifically Adolf Hitler, promised a better Germany that would eliminate all the fears the German people had.

US History
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Question:

What was Abraham Lincoln's goal in giving his Gettysburg Address?

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Answer:

His ultimate goal was to unify the nation. He specifically wanted to consecrate the battleground for all soldiers, not just Union soldiers. This established that he saw the Confederates as Americans as well, and wanted to welcome them back into the Union.

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