The correct answer is D. The third candidate that pulled enough voters away from George H.W. Bush to give Bill Clinton the victory was H. Ross Perot.
Henry Ross Perot presented himself as a candidate for the presidential election of 1992 with the slogan "United We Stand, America" and a right-wing populist program. He used plain language to appeal to the "pure" people in the center of the country who faced the "liberal" (corrupt) elite on the East Coast of the United States who had "appropriated" the federal government and advocated "anti-American policies". Thus he promised the (true) American people that he would "clean the granary" of Washington so that it would stop undermining the values of the "people" and granting "special privileges" to the minorities, which supposedly did not deserve them. He obtained 18.9% of the votes, dividing the conservative vote that would have belonged to George H.W. Bush, who, with that percentage, would have won the elections.
They put their signatures on the document. This was their way of showing their commitment to the cause of breaking free from Britain. Once this was signed with their names they knew there would be no turning back no matter what happened they were determine to attain independence from British Rule.
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- Write down all the sources you use for research.
- Properly credit all the sources you use.
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The idea best supported by the details of the text is that the plaques changed the European understanding of African history and African culture, as shown in the last answer option.
According to the details of the text, we can see that the main idea refers to the way Europeans understood African history in a superficial way, but this was modified when they found the plaques with specific and in-depth information about African history.
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The correct answer is C. It supports the idea that the burglary was related to politics.
Indeed, the article is about the crime of breaking and entering into the Democratic Party’s offices located in the Watergate Building, by five individuals hired by important members of the Nixon administration and the Republican Party. This context helps interpret their motives and prosecutors surely knew the crime was politically motivated. However, this particular piece of testimony from one of the defendants proves the political motivations of the crime. Nixon pretended initially that this was a common burglary, this statement proves him wrong.
Republican have always been staunch anti-communists/leftists and they have always accused Democrats of being “commie sympathizers”. This type of discourse proves the political affiliation of the burglars.