The freedmen’s bureau: a. won much southern white support because it consistently supported the planters in disputes with former slaves. b. made notable achievements in improving african-american education and health care. c. carried out a successful program of distributing land to every former slave family. d. enjoyed the strong support of president andrew johnson in its work on behalf of civil rights. e. was badly administered because director o. o. howard lacked military experience.
the answer should be b, since syria and iraq are both downstream from those two rivers.
the united kingdom is a democratic system that uses a different form of government to organize itself.
in the united kingdom, the people elect members of parliament.
from the rolls of parliament, the prime minister is chosen.
the prime minister is the chief executive of the united kingdom and can be removed if their coalition fails.
this is compared to the us where we elect both of representative and our chief executive who does not have to have a relationship with our legislature, which is a separate branch.
as a result, one could argue that less gets done as the executive has no experience negotiating from within the ranks of the legislative branch.
c. higher levels of education