The American Yawp Summary
one of the important things tackled in the selected pages is the process of ratifying the constitution. During the ratification of the constitution, the congress voted for the proposed constitution to be sent to the congress that was convening in New York. During the process of the ratification, the critics of the proposed constitution mobilised to convince the voters in different states to vote to oppose the constitution. The voting down of the proposal on bills of human rights was the omission that motivated the critics of the constitution to further reject it. The critics argued that the omission of the bill of rights from the proposed constitution was going to place the citizens at risk of losing their liberty to the government. People who supported the proposed constitution argued that incorporating the bill of rights in the constitution was not only dangerous but also redundant. Another thing tackled is how the citizens debated the merits of the constitution. The citizens had the opportunity to discuss the validity of the constitution articles, newspapers, sermons, and letters (Locke and Wright 2019)
Another vital issue discussed in the selected pages is the rights and the compromise. This topic discusses the Ten amendments which were added in the constitution in 1791. The Ten amendments constituted the bills of rights. The compromises which were made did not give women the right to air their voices and opinions and voting was only restricted to men. Because of the compromises there was ban of the transatlantic trade which was viewed as violent and immoral. The African representation was also considered with the compromises even though the constitution counted each black person as three fifth of an individual for the purposes of representation. There was dirty compromise in New England with proposal of constitutional provision that was aimed at protecting the foreign slave trade for 20 years. Despite the ban on slave trade, Africans were sold at auctions. (Locke and Wright 2019)
Another important aspect tackled is the topic of free and enslaved Black Americans and the challenges to slavery. Slave Gabriel was at the forefront in mobilizing approximately 100o enslaved men to end the issue of slavery (Locke and Wright 2019).
Locke, J. L., & Wright, B. (Eds.). (2019). The American Yawp: A Massively Collaborative Open US History Textbook, Vol. 2: Since 1877. Stanford University Press.
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-As humans evolved over prehistoric eras, what distinctions can be made between their production of “artifacts” and “art”?
-Identify examples of each and discuss how the meanings or purpose of these objects have been deciphered.
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35. When can involuntary alienation occur in bankruptcy?
A. When the owner voluntarily sells property to get out of bankruptcy protections.
B. When the trustee seizes real property to sell and pay off creditors.
C. Property is never taken in bankruptcy.
D. When the owner retains his property pursuant to a reaffirmation agreement.
A national magazine with regional editions _____.
tailors ads to different age groups
contains different stories for different geographic regions
relies solely on subscription sales
relies solely on newsstand sales
sends special editorial content to readers with high incomes
Which of the following is an example of a consumer magazine?
Dairy Herd Management
O: The Oprah Magazine
Which of the following statements about general-interest magazines is false?
They became popular starting in the mid-to-late-nineteenth century.
With one or two exceptions, they had mostly gone out of business by about 1910.
Television played a big role in signaling the demise of general-interest magazines.
Photojournalism was a key aspect of general-interest magazines.
None of the options are correct.
Almost all magazines offer 25 to 50 percent discounts from their rate cards to advertisers.
By the end of the nineteenth century, some magazine prices actually went down—from thirty-five cents to ten cents.