The United States was subject to immense cultural and technological changes throughout the 20th century. In the first half, the consolidation of the western states occurred as a result of the vast migration of citizens who moved there in search of lands and economic prosperity. This prompted a high demand for numerous resources which fuelled industrialization in the country at that time. The second half saw the arrival of the term "The American Dream", as the middle class was bigger than ever before, benefitted from manufacturing jobs which led them to have more economic power and a better quality of life. Towards the end of the century, exponential growth in technological developments and globalization shifted the social landscape, as the once strong middle class, lost ground as thousands of job went overseas to places where labor was cheaper. It also saw the immense growth of immigrants from Latin America, which ended up forming an important ethnical group among the population of the country.
The correct answer is the first option <em><u>A, which says: “All present members of the House vote on the proposed bill”.
Let me summarize you the process for a bill to become a law. First of all, it is important for you to know that a bill comes from an idea that only members of the Congress can introduce. After that idea becomes a formal text, a member of the Congress introduces it in the Congress by becoming the bill’s sponsor, it can be introduced at any time the House is in session. After that, the bill is sent to the committee action where it is debated and the committee members can propose changes and then they vote to accept or reject them. After that, the next step would be the rules committee where they decide the rules for the debate in terms of time, the extent and the amendments that can be offered. <em><u>After the rules committee, the House debates/vote for the bill and if the majority of votes accept the bill, then it goes to the Senate.
Answer: Kennedy delivered a speech that electrified an adoring crowd gathered in the shadow of the Berlin Wall. As he paid tribute to the spirit of Berliners and to their quest for freedom, the crowd roared with approval upon hearing the the President's dramatic pronouncement, "Ich bin ein Berliner"