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Subject: World History

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What are 5 essential elements a society of people needed in order to become an early civilization in world culture..

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Answer:

5 essential elements needed for an early society to become a civilization are: 1. Government- the ability to self rule your own people and have a set of written rules to guide people. 2. Water- societies needed access to rivers as a way to properly grow crops, transfer and trade goods, and give life to its own people. 3. Specialized labor- a society had to have classes of people set up with certain jobs and responsibilities that made them unique to the culture and serve as indispensable parts of the community. 4. Written language- every society wishing to become a civilization needed written language not only as a way to communicate, but a way to keep records, record laws, and leave transcripts for the future societies. 5. Science and technology- a society wishing to become a civilization needed a way to always innovate what had already been create, and discover new ideas to keep the society fresh, relevant, and away from the dangers of warring neighbors and cultures.

Subject: US History

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Argue why it was necessary for the United States to drop the atomic bomb as a method of ending World War II.

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The United States needed to drop the atomic bomb on Japan as a way to end WWII for 2 reasons. First, President Truman was given intel by his top military commanders that any invasion of mainland Japan could feature the need of up to 5 million Allied troops, with the potential casualty rate for the United States landing anywhere between 1-2 million people. Understanding that the American public would struggle with such a casualty rate, coupled with the American people's anxiousness to end the war quickly after the end of the European theater, gave Truman his first line of reasoning as to why the atomic bomb would be the proper method. Second, Truman understood that the Japanese resolve to keep extending the war, even in a futile effort, was going to create a major headache for his armed forces. In the process of fighting from island to island, in the process called island hopping, American troops had met heavy casualties at places like Iwo Jima and Okinawa, as the Japanese had dug massive entrenchments in caves, mountains, and beaches alike. Knowing that this fighting spirit would only increase once the mainland of Japan would be invaded, Truman and the US decided to spare their troops a potential 2 more years of fighting by dropping the atomic bomb. This decision became more cemented when Japan refused surrender after the first bomb at Hiroshima, and a second bomb was required at Nagasaki.

Subject: Government

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Analyze and detail the responsibilities of the three branches of American government

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The three branches of government work in distinct methods and terms, but relate together in a unique form of checks and balances that help to sustain the American government model. The legislative branch is the branch of American government responsible for making and creating laws. Congress, made up of the House of Representatives and the Senate, create bills that are to be made into law by the signature of the President. These ideas of law come from Article 1 of the Constitution, and rely on the team work of the President. The President is the overseer of the executive branch, and he is who signs the laws Congress has passed into law, or has the option of vetoing them. The President also has the ability to grant pardons as part of his job, and is the commander in chief of the American military. If Congress feels the President has made a mistake in vetoing the law, Congress can override, or cancel the veto, with 2/3 vote in both chambers of the Congress. The Supreme Court becomes the overseer of all these branches inside the judicial branch. It is made up of 9 justices, chosen by the President and approved by the Senate, who serve lifetime duties, and through the process of judicial review, look to see whether the executive or legislative branch has correctly used their powers to execute the Constitution, or have overstepped it. The Supreme Court is seen as the law of the land because when they issue a judgement on a case, all parties inside the USA must follow its edict.

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