World War II how it started and what happened?
In WWII you had the 2 forces the Allies and Axis. The Axis powers were what you can say started the war the main countries involved for the Axis were Germany, Japan and Italy. They all thought that no one liked were there countries were going economically so they set out to dominate the world now they all had different ideas Germany wanted land and they better race to be in control. Italy just wanted money and resources. Japan wanted their area of the islands and the people. The Allies were almost all the other big nations including Russia. How it started was the Germans went and took control of Poland and that started most of it from there. It ended with the Allies taking out Italy then German and Japan was the last ones to stop.
What is the difference between the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence?
These two papers have started to make this country to what it is today. First thing to know is the Declaration of Independence came first. This letter or papers was written to the King of England and was stating we want these rules to change or break away from England the rules they wanted removed were basically setting them up for breaking away so either way the King thought of it as a start of a cilvil war what at the end it actually was. After the period of the American Revolutionary War we created The Constitution this is the paper that made this country it listed the rules and how it should be ran. It goes over everything from the three branches to the separation of things such as the house and senate, states and federal, and the courts.
What is the difference between a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian, or other?
First a, Republican (RNC) normally falls under the theory or ideology of a Conservative their ideology is heavy in religion, independency on the government and likes to stick to the constitution and not change it as much. On the other side, Democrat (DNC) they fall under the theory or ideology of a Liberal their Ideology is heavy in the environment compared to religion, they are in favor of dependency on the government and likes to shy away from the constitution on some thing. A Libertarian is very heavy on freedom their Ideology is more the government will not get in the way unless you hurt someone. There are so many parties all with different ideologies.