What were the two major effects of the invention of the printing press

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Because of the wide availability of Bibles, the invention of the printing press actually spread the idea of Christianity even further around Europe, and soon to other countries around the world. Also during the Reformation, Printing helped spread Protestant religion ideas such as Lutheranism.

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Its C.

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Why was Istanbul the pride of the Ottomans? ​

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The last Emperor died on the walls and the Patriarch, the head of the Byzantine Church, was taken captive. The city was renamed Istanbul and would become once again one of the world's most important cities, this time as the capital of the Ottoman Empire, with many of its churches being converted to mosques.

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Istanbul was the pride of the Ottomans because it became a bustling city of more than a million people. At the heart of the city, it housed government offices and meeting places for imperial councils. The sultan’s residence also was located there, with its harem, gardens, pleasure pavilions, and a repository for the most sacred possessions of the empire.

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HELP!!what best describes the foreign policy of the united states following world war I?
a. interventionist
b. isolationist
c. imperialistic
d. nativist

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Answer:  Beginning with George Washington's presidency, the United States sought a policy of isolationism and neutrality with regards to the internal affairs of other nations.   B IS CORRECT

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isolationist

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1 Why did people form political parties?

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To illustrate different political views

A high-profile crime has been committed, and the entire community is talking about it. It seems that everyone knows someone who has been affected, and everyone has an opinion about who did it and how they should be punished. The judge decides to move the trial to a court in a different county. What part of the Bill of Rights is the basis for this decision? 
A.The Sixth Amendment's guarantee of the right to an unbiased jury
 
B.The Eighth Amendment's protections against cruel and unusual punishment
 
C.The Tenth Amendment's statement that any powers not given to the federal government are reserved for the states
 
D.The Seventh Amendment's prohibition against overturning a jury's verdict

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A. The Sixth Amendment's guarantee of the right to an unbiased jury.

The Sixth Amendment of the US Constitution states:  "
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law."

If it is determined that impartiality is not possible or likely within the locality or district where a crime has been committed, a defendant can waive his right to a local trial and ask for a change of venue to a different county or district where prejudice against him is not going to be a dominating factor.

In 2000, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Gratz v. Bollinger that "separate but equal" segregated schools are unconstitutional because they are inherently unequal.

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False. It was the ruling in Brown v. Board of Education of 1954.

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Brown v. Board of Education was a Supreme Court ruling from 1954 on the subject of racial segregation in public schools.

Basically, the claim was due to the fact that African American children could not go to the same schools as white children, with which in many children they had to travel long distances to go to school.

In the ruling, the Court reversed the criterion of Plessy v. Ferguson, establishing that segregated public services were unequal in their provision, urging that public services be unified for both whites and blacks, respecting the right to equality.