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Tutor profile: Eleonora V.

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Eleonora V.
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Subject: Italian

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Che cosa era il Risorgimento?

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Answer:

Il Risorgimento Italian era un movimento del diciannovesimo secolo in qui l'Italia si uni in un regno unito sotto il Re di Casa Savoia. Noti eroi del movimento includono Garibaldi e il Conte di Cavour, che conquistarono la Regno della Sicilia.

Subject: Political Science

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Is there a constitutional basis for President Trump to be impeached?

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Without taking into account personal politics, because those have no place in a serious academic discussion, there is no basis at this point in time for President Trump to be impeached. While arguments can go back and forth between Trump bringing down the image of the White House and the office of the presidency, the Constitution still states that the only reason that the House of Representatives may bring articles of impeachment against the president is if he has committed high crimes and misdemeanors. Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury, Andrew Johnson was impeached for trying to overreach the powers of the presidency. Trump has yet to be accused of a crime worthy of the title "high crimes and misdemeanors", pending of course the finish of the Muller investigation. So no, there is no constitutional basis for Trump to be impeached at this point in time. The caveat to that is if Trump dismisses Muller, without replacing him with a Congressional approved substitute, then he is opening himself up to impeachment under the same articles as Andrew Johnson.

Subject: US History

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What is the importance of the Federalist Papers to understanding our Constitution?

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When the Constitution was drafted, it came under heavy fire by the Anti-Federalists, who had qualms about specific portions of it. The Constitution's drafters - most notably, John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison - wrote the Federalist Papers in order to defend their Constitution and at the same time as propaganda tools to get the Constitution ratified by the states. Thus, reading the Federalist Papers provides context to the Constitution and helps us understand how its drafters meant it to be read and understood.

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