Which of the following is not a true statement about benjamin franklin and the french? a. the french mourned franklin's death like the passing of national hero. b. many people in france still think that benjamin franklin was a president of the united states. c. many people in france wanted him to become a full-time advisor to king louis xvi. d. the french admired him so much that wealthy families hung pictures of franklin in their parlors during the late 18th century.
united states presidential election of 2008: on november 4, 2008, after a campaign that lasted nearly two years, the central campaign issue was bush's response to the sept. kerry's position was critical of bush and more nuanced.
france was a wealthier country than britain, and its national debt was no greater than the british one. the financial strain of servicing old debt and the excesses of the current royal court caused dissatisfaction with the monarchy, contributed to national unrest, and culminated in the french revolution of 1789.
there were two goals. first, they wanted to spread communism into eastern europe. they wanted the countries of eastern europe to have a more communist government that would be allies of the soviet union. second off, they wanted to create a zone of friendly governments to serve as defense against germany or any other western power.
now, of course, europe was ripe for communist ideas. to strengthen democratic governments, the united states had offered an aiding package, however, stalin refused and forbade eastern europe countries from accepting any form of united states aiding.
eastern europe wanted to so desperately break free of the soviet union to gain their independence. they demanded freedom and resented russian rule. people took to the streets to demand reform. eastern europe often challenged the soviet authority. eastern europe sought economic reforms.
if a person survives the holocaust, the last thing he wants to hear is a comment made by someone who knows nothing about it. he knows what a hideous event it was. he has the experience. it is not a
b: fear of flames was based on experience. b is not the answer.
d: ask any asthmatic what they think of smokers. all agree that allowing smoke nearby is not a good idea. d is based on experience and is not a choice.
the answer is c. i think that is what you are intended to answer. but it is not a good answer. the child may have experience with something that was unpleasant and green.
choose c anyway.