Why did small states in particular perfer the new jersey plan


Answer 1


They wanted this because then they could only have one state representative regardless of its population


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What was the influence of king Nebuchadnezzar


King Nebuchadnezzar II (634-562 BCE) was the greatest king of ancient Babylon, succeeding his father, Nabopolassar. King Nabopolassar had defeated the Assyrians with the help of the Medes and liberated Babylonia from Assyrian rule. In this way he provided for his son (as Philip II would do for his son Alexander later) a stable base and ample wealth on which to build; an opportunity for greatness which Nebuchadnezzar took full advantage of. He married Amytis of Media (630-565 BCE) and so secured an alliance between the Medes and the Babylonians (Amytis being the daughter or granddaughter of Cyaxerxes, the king of the Medes) and, according to some sources, had the Hanging Gardens of Babylon built for her to remind her of her homeland in Persia.

Upon ascending to the throne, Nebuchadnezzar spoke to the gods, in his inaugural address, saying, “O merciful Marduk, may the house that I have built endure forever, may I be satiated with its splendor, attain old age therein, with abundant offspring, and receive therein tribute of the kings of all regions, from all mankind” and it would seem the gods heard his prayer in that, under his reign, Babylon became the most powerful city-state in the region and Nebuchadnezzar II himself the greatest warrior-king and ruler in the known world. He is portrayed in unflattering light in the Bible, most notably in the Book of Daniel and the Book of Jeremiah (where he is seen as an 'enemy of God’ and one whom the deity of the Israelites intends to make an example of or, conversely, the agent of God used as a scourge against the faithless followers of Yahweh). Those portraits notwithstanding, Nebuchadnezzar II was most certainly responsible for the so-called Babylonian Exile of the Jews and, so, for the formation of modern-day Judaism (in that, the temple destroyed, the Priestly class of the Levites of the Jews had to re-create their religion “in a foreign land” as recounted famously in Psalm 137 from the Bible, and elsewhere).

Nebuchadnezzar II defeated the Egyptians and the Assyrians at Carchemish, subdued Palestine and Syria and controlled all the trade routes across Mesopotamia. 

Nebuchadnezzar II defeated the Egyptians and their allies the Assyrians at Carchemish, subdued Palestine and the region of Syria and, consolidating his power, controlled all the trade routes across Mesopotamia from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea. Remaining true to the vision of his inaugural address, the great king spent the tolls he collected and the taxes he gathered in creating a city which, he hoped, would be recognized as a wonder of the world (and, indeed, his hopes were realized in later writers adding the walls of Babylon and, in particular, the Ishtar gate to the list of the Seven Wonders of the World). In the forty-three years of his reign, Nebuchadnezzar II made the most of the time employing a vast army of slave labor to surround his city with walls so thick that chariot races were conducted around the tops and which stretched fifty-six miles in length, encircling an area of two hundred square miles. The bricks of the walls were faced with a bright blue and bore the inscription, “I am Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon.”

How to use fossil fuels wisely?


The way how fossil fuels could be used wisely is through a careful planning strategy where we would include and think about the possible distribution methods of fossil fuels around the world for nations which cannot afford and use renewable energy sources. Moreover, they would be more wisely used when less of them would be used for daily needs and when massive companies would transition to renewable energy sources. 

Please answer both questions:1. how did the cherokee feel about their land?

2. why was the treaty of the new echota so wildly criticized by the cherokee people?


These are the answers to the following questions:

1. How did the cherokee feel about their land?
- The Cherokees feel about their land is that they will be forced to relocate from their lands in Georgia. 
The Cherokees that did farm cotton in excess for selling became a threat to the settlers.

2. Why was the treaty of the new echota so wildly criticized by the cherokee people?
- The treaty was not approved because 
the document was invalid. It was wildly criticized because of the injustice behind the treaty.

What was a negative impact of Europeans occupying the African continent?Please I need it fast



There were many negative impacts due to European colonization of Africa.  Since the other user stated disease & slavery, I will only briefly talk about those (abuse is very much in the realms of slavery).

During the Colonial Era as well as the Age of Imperialism (which followed after), Europeans (specifically France, Spain, Britain, and later on Germany, Austrio-Hungary, etc.) were keen on exploring, creating colonies, and exploiting the resources offered by these 3rd world countries (of the time).

Africa, on one hand, took the brunt force of most of these colonies, as they suffered the longest colonization period. Towards the beginning of the colonization era, Africa was explored as Europeans had to go around the Cape Horn in an effort to find a oceanic route to China, where they hoped to open trade with. This led to European countries laying claim on African lands where they land, and building up colonies there. However, the Europeans soon had a falling apart with the tribes, which led to wars between the colonizers and the colonised. Usually, the Europeans were victorious (except for cases such as Ethiopia & Italy, but even then, they fail later on), and imprisoned many of the natives, leading to a large supply of slaves within the Middle East. As the states in the US soon expanded and grew into a country, many southern states soon had a growing market for these said states, which led to the enslavement of many fit Africans. (negative impact #1: enslavement of Africans).

On top of enslavement, the European countries soon introduced "cash crops" to the nations, which were crops (tobacco, cotton, and the like) that generated "cash", but not food, which the colonies dutifully grew, which delayed their economic growth, as they were not able to self-sustain, and their economy relied heavily on one or two crops (which can have a changing market demand; Remember the supply v. demand, in which prices vary depending on demand. If the demand is low, the price would generally be low). These crops were perfect for certain time periods, but soon fell out of favor, resulting in loss profits. These countries, with their only high-source of income being these cash-crops, soon lost profit, which resulted in a smaller economy than before.

Another negative impact that the Europeans had have in occupying the African Continent, was the amount of funding they gave to the nation. Excluding stronger economic nations in Africa (Egypt really), and the Middle East, most of the nations were not properly funded, and lacked development. This is extremely true, as most 3rd world countries are located in Africa and the Middle East. The way most power was given back to the people during the decolonization era also led to wars and coup d'tat across the continent, leading to an unstable economy and life for those who lived in it. Without proper decolonization methods, the countries soon fell into turmoil.

Finally, the African culture was heavily damaged due to European colonization. As most Europeans during that time were either Roman-Catholic or Protestant, the colonizers also brought their religions with them, and usually forced natives into believing in their same religion. While this is not a bad thing in itself, it led to a destruction of their native religion as well as their culture, and the way they lived.

All of these are different kinds of ways Europeans have a negative impact on their former African countries.


Disease, slavery and abuse of the African people

Should democracies take action to help prevent dictatorship why or why not


Yes, I believe that democracies should take action to prevent dictatorship which invades other countries and tries to take over the world like the fascists in WWII and exterminated Jewish peoples in Germany. I do not believe however that it is correct for President Trump to call Venezuela a dictatorship as the government was democratically elected and so were the members of the National Constituent Assembly. At least that is my opinion.

How did radar technology help the British win the Battle of Britain


It helped them find and attack German planes.

Hope this helps love!!


it helped them find enemy targets.