Explain six functions of the federal government of the U.S.A
It regulates trade between the states
It controls/ regulates trade between states and foreign countries
It authorizes the printing and circulation of currency
It declares war and makes peace with other countries of the world
It formulates foreign policies involving the U.S.A and other countries
It regulates taxation within U.S.A
It establishes federal postal services in U.S.A
It passes federal laws
It establishes federal courts
It establishes federal armed/ defense forces
It admits new states in the Union
Explain six results of Samori Toure’s resistance against French occupation between 1882 – 1896
Give three reasons why Samori Toure resisted French colonization in Africa
He wanted the mandika to retain their independence
He wanted to safeguard Islam from Christian influence/ he was fighting a holy war
He wanted to preserve the Mandinka culture
He wanted to protect the Mandinka land from European occupation
He wanted to protect the economic resources of gold mines
He wanted to retain his authority
What were results of the Trans- Atlantic Trade in West Africa?
It led to the displacement of many people who were sold as slaves to the Americas
It led to the permanent separation of families
It led to the depopulation of West Africa
It intensified conflicts and wars between communities
It led to the introduction of manufactured goods to West Africa
It caused untold suffering/ misery
It led to the emergence of a class of rich traders/ merchants
It led to the emergence of some kingdom
It led to the decline of some states / kingdom as conflicts between states intensified in the region
It led to loss of life
It led to destruction of property
It led to a decline in agriculture
Some communities were weakened and therefore could not resist the establishment of colonial rule
There was a change in social roles as women became heads of families
Local industries declined because of the influx of cheap manufactured goods
Decline of trans- Saharan Trade
Abuse of power by lenders who sold their suspects as slaves
Led to urbanization
Opened to the outside world, hence colonization
It created insecurity in the region
What are the features of state government in the United States of America?
Explain six challenges which Tanzania has faced since independence
Give three reasons why the preferential Trade Area ( PTA) was formed
Describe the organization of the Trans- Atlantic Trade
It operated between West Africa, the Americas and Europe/ it organized in a triangular form
The European brought manufactured goods to West Africa and exchanged them with slaves
Slaves were sold at particular centers along the coast of West Africa
The slaves were stored in barracoons awaiting transportation
Famine due to neglect of farming during the war
The resistance inspired future nationalism in Guinea
Explain six effects of Christian missionary activities on Africans
State three religious practices of the Yoruba
Explain six ways through which the invention of the railway speeded up industrialization in Europe.
Give three development that have taken place in road transport systems since 1950
Tarmac roads which are durable have been constructed
Bridges have been constructed to facilitate travel on roads
Roads have been straightened and widened to cater for the increasing volume of traffic
Dual carriage ways have been constructed to ease traffic congestion
Motorways have been constructed in developed countries for the exclusive use of wheels.
Construction of macadamensed roads
Explain six ways in which early agriculture changed the lives of early people.
What were the advantages of the discovery of fire by the early man?
Identify one leader who was founder member of the Non-aligned movement
Broz Tito of Yugoslavia
Gamal Adbal Nasser of Egypt
Jawaharlal Pandit Nehru-premier India
Dr. Ahmed Surkano-premier Indonesia
Chuo En-lai of China-P.M. China
State two ways in which the treaty of Versailles signed in 1919 affected Germany
State one advantage of a written constitution
Give one function of the monarchy in Britain
Name two main political challenges that have faced the Democratic Republic of Congo since independence
Name two main political challenges that have faced the Democratic Republic of Congo since independence.
State one way through which the European maintained peace among themselves during the partition of Africa
State one way through which the European maintained peace among themselves during the partition of Africa.
Identify one way in which African reacted to European colonization of Africa
State two similarities between the Buganda and the Ndebele systems of government in 19th Century.
Both systems were centralized
They ruled by hereditary monarchs/kings/kingship was hereditary
They had a strong standing army
Their king had absolute powers/chief judge/religions leader/appointed administration leaders.
Ruled by kings
State two religious practices of the ancient Egyptians.
They preserved the bodies of the dead
They worshipped many god/polytheism
They worshipped in temples
Priests acted as intermediaries between the pople and God /conducted religious ceremonies
They offered sacrifices to the gods
Buried their kings with their treasure/festivals
State one reason why International Trade Agreements are signed.
Identify two ways in which Industrial Revolution contributed to European expansion to Africa.