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Tutor profile: Brandon S.

Brandon S.
High School History/Leadership Teacher

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Subject: US Government and Politics

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Question:

When the U.S. Constitution was formed explain the reason that Article I is the first?

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Answer:

Article I of the United States Constitution is first because it was to be the one to be the most important and provide balance in the government. The legislative branch was there to make the laws and check the executive branch so no one person would have to much power. The legislative branch was to be the way to compromise and not allow 51% of the country to have a say on everything.

Subject: World History

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Explain why Ancient Greece was not a unified country or empire?

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Answer:

Unlike civilization before and after the Greek city states were never unified as one country or empire. These city states did form leagues and alliances to provide protection from the other city states. Looking at the geography of Greece you see a wide range of mountains, rivers, and seas that creating natural barriers during this time.

Subject: European History

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Explain the impact that the Renaissance had on the Reformation?

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Answer:

The renaissance was a look back at the ancient texts from Rome and Greece. The Renaissance brought about the look at the individualism in regards to Humanism. This idea of the individual was something that gained movement in the Renaissance of Italy. As the ideas of humanism move north those like Erasmus and Martin Luther looked at the church and realized things needed changed. Through the idea of humanism Luther and others realize that they are able to gain faith and forgiveness by learning the bible themselves. This movement gains momentum in the north creating the reformation.

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