How did the deaths of Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix lead to the end of

How did the deaths of Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix lead to the end of the counterculture movement? The movement lost its only leaders. Young people realized drugs were deadly. They refused to play Woodstock. They stopped writing spiritual songs.

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Young people realized drugs were deadly.

I wonder if rather than "the end of the counterculture movement," though, we should characterize it as transformation in the counterculture movement.  The movement had begun with a focus on peace and love even before it became associated with experimental drug use.  And as the 1960s gave way to the 1970s, the counterculture movement became very much a part of protests against the Vietnam War.  Ongoing countercultural trends would continue, in terms of women's liberation and then rights for gay, lesbian and transgender persons.  And drug use didn't end in the 1960s.  The "war on drugs" continues to this day.

One shifting trend in drug use between the 1960s and the present is that heroin was the opioid people went to first when wanting the effects of an opioid drug.  By the 2000s, prescription opioids had become the go-to choice for drug abuse.  Heroin continues to be a drug problem too, with over 1 million heroin users in the United States, according to DrugAbuse.com.

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a similarity between the ratification process in article vii and the amendments process in article v is that both involve
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Overcoming difficult barriers

Explanation

The Article VII of the United States constitution requires that before the constitution becomes a law, the document has to be ratified by nine of the thirteen states. According to Article V, the Congress whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary ,shall propose amendments to the constitution. Ratification process in Article VII and the amendment process in Article V are similar in that they both overcome difficult barriers noticed in the constitution.


Solution 2

Overcoming difficult barriers.

Further Explanation:

The constitution of the United States was ratified in the year 1789. Article V of the US constitution tells the process in regards to making amendments to the constitution. Farmers of the constitution found amendment process to be difficult but the federal government has the authority to add amendments and for that three-fourth of the states have to agree to ratify every amendment. Whereas Article VII of the US Constitution sets the number of state ratification and It prescribes the methods under which state ratification will take place.  

Under Article VII initially, ratification conventions would take place in all the thirteen states and nine states were required to give a go-ahead to that ratification in order to make an amendment. The major similarity between the ratification process of Article V of the constitution and Article VII is that both these articles had to overcome difficult barriers for the ratification process and amendment to take place.  

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Chapter: Ratification Processes

Subject: Political Science

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Ace that answer is the wrong answer the actual answer



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The answer is C.

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Answer:

The answer to the question: What did Chief Watie and Chief Ross disagree over regarding freedmen, would be: whether freedmen were to be granted citizenship to the Cherokee Nation, and whether they should be granted rights, properties and lands, just like any other Cherokee.

Explanation:

Slavery of African Americans was not just an issue of whether a person was white, or Native American. The truth is that both whites and Native Americans, especially those members of the Cherokee nation, were slaveholders. Funnily enough, statistics show that at some points, the Cherokee had more slaves than even whites in some states. However, at the end of Civil War, and under force by the U.S government, the Cherokee from the North faction, led by Principal Chief John Ross and those of the South, led by Chief Stand Watie, met. While the group of the North agreed with their Union counterparts that slavery should be ended, and freedmen should be granted full rights as citizens of the Cherokee Nation, those from the South were willing to free slaves, but these were to be moved from Cherokee territory and placed on U.S territory. In the end, John Ross´s proposal was the one accepted, and the treaty was signed.

Solution 2
Aftermath. One year later, however, in Worcester v. Georgia, 31 U.S. 515 (1832), theU.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Cherokee Nation was sovereign. According to the decision rendered by Justice John Marshall, this meant that Georgia had no rights to enforce state laws in its territory.
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The correct answer is C) I read a helpful article called “Volleyball for Beginners,” which described the rules.

The sentence that would best introduce this series of events in a descriptive narrative is "I read a helpful article called “Volleyball for Beginners,” which described the rules."

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Answer:

1. Boycott --- Refuse to buy products or perform services as acts of rebellion against a company or government

2. Partition --- To divide a nation into two or more parts

3. Sedition --- Acts of verbal or physical rebellion against civil authority

4. Sepoys ---  Indians that formed part of the British army

Explanation:

1- A boycott consists of refusing to buy, sell, or practice any other form of commercial or other relationship with an individual, a company or a nation considered, by the participants in the boycott, as authors of something morally reprehensible.

2- Partitioning is the division of a national entity into several subgroups. For example, the partition of Czechoslovakia in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

3- Sedition is a public and tumultuous uprising against authority, public order or military discipline, without reaching the seriousness of rebellion or betrayal.

4- In the British Empire, a sepoy was a native of India recruited to serve in the colonial armies of the United Kingdom.

Solution 2
Partition. to divide a nation into two or more parts
Sedition. Acts of verbal or physical rebellion against civil authority
Sepoys. Indians that formed a part of the british army
Boycott. Refuse to buy products or perform services as acts of rebellion against a company or goverment




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Answer:

The correct answer is A. Great Britain in Hong Kong after 1840s , France in Indochina after 1880s , and United States in the Philippines after 1902  are standard examples of  imperialism.

Explanation:

Imperialism is defined as the attempt by a state to violently expand its own sphere of influence. Imperialism can also be defined as a superpower policy that aims to have the widest possible influence in the world.

In a broad sense, imperialism is a world state policy that pursues ideological, regional, economic and political goals. The manifestations of imperialism include military, ideological and colonial imperialism (colonization).

 The practice of imperialism often involves the notion of cultural superiority or sophistication, which justifies the subjugation of cultural circles and peoples of "lower stage of development." While the imperialist sees itself as developing and cultivating the territories under its control, its economic resources benefit the empire itself. Another justification for imperialism for supremacy is purely geopolitics of power politics, not just for cultural superiority or higher values, but for practical economic-political reasons.

The period between 1871 and 1914 is considered to be the actual era of colonial imperialism. At that time, many of the major European powers had large colonies, that is to say, lands under their own territories.

After World War II, imperialism has been used mainly as a political slogan in its leftist sense. It was used extensively during the politically active years of the 1960s and against the Vietnam War in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s. The current war in Iraq has also been called an "imperialist" war.

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The answer is A hope this helps
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Answer: two represantative houses

Explanation: Established by Article I of the Constitution, the Legislative Branch consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate, which together form the United States Congress

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Answer:

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c

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because if you read the passage you will get detail and so their for its c

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