Which statement describes indirect effects of the railroad strike on Florida's 1920s land boom? A) Builders were unable to get m
aterials to build homes for buyers, and stores could not get products to sell. B) Land buyers were only interested in land near railroads, and workers stopped building them during the strike. C) People from other states were not able to reach Florida by train, so they could not inspect land for purchase. D) People in other states could no longer get Florida produce shipped by train, so they lost interest in the land altogether.
A democratic government is answerable to the citizens as the <u>c</u><u>itizens</u><u> </u><u>are </u><u>the </u><u>ones </u><u>who </u><u>elect</u><u> </u><u>the </u><u>representatives.</u><u> </u><u>If</u><u> </u><u>they </u><u>don't</u><u> </u><u>answer </u><u>the </u><u>citizens </u><u>then </u><u>they'll</u><u> </u><u>lose </u><u>in </u><u>the </u><u>next </u><u>elections.</u>
Cotton, as a cash crop, is very important to the country of Uzbekistan. The harvesting of cotton is <em>controlled by the state</em> and many of the people are involved in such activity, <u>including children</u>. Due to this, the country had long been scrutinized. However, according to the Ministry, such action is considered "child work" and<em> not child labor</em> because<em> the children are just contributing to the well-being of the family and the economy of the country</em>, thus, it becomes a tradition for them to harvest the crops.
NIST Special Publication 800-18 Rev. 1 is one of the Formal document that provides an overview of the security requirements for an information system or an information security program and describes the security controls in place or planned for meeting those requirements.