Buddhism Hinduism – Religions and US History

Buddhism Hinduism – Religions and History

In this lesson, we discuss Buddhism and Hinduism religions and some US history in detail.


Founder of Hinduism

Brahma


Key Beliefs (Hinduism)

religion as a way of liberating the soul from the allusions of Mistahose


Gods (Hinduism)

Vishu, Krishna,


Sacraed Literature (Hinduism)

Kharma, and reincarnation


Effects on Society (Hinduism)

Today they are free to choose their society they worship of to choose


Modern Day Traditions (Hinduism)

Determine what a person to be at and how they could eat it


Founder (Buddhism)

Siddhartha


Key Beliefs (Buddhism)

first, second, third, nobel truths


Gods (Buddhism)

Buddah


Sacred Literature (Buddhism)

Enlightenment is a Nobel truth


Effects on Society (Buddhism)

the pilgrhams circled the sacred objects manly moving clockwise


Modern Day Traditions (Buddhism)

the year that the woman can present will distract the men from religous duties


Reincarnation

individual soul is born again until they reach Moscha


Kharma

Good or bad deeds follow from one reincarnation to another. it influences specific life circumstances


Jainism

was born about 599 BC and dies in 527 BC. Believed that everything in the universe has a soul


Enlightenment

wisdom. Understanding of the cause and suffering in the world


Nirvana

the Buddist word for relief of selfishness.


How does a referedum give people more influence in governtment?

It allows people to vote to accept or reject a law


Which of the following did Sherman Antitrust Act make illegal in 1890?

Trust and monopolies


Critics claimed political machines made government less fair because machines…

Favored their supporters


Why were few court cases won against monopolies and trusts during Gilded Age?

Monopolies and trusts were supported by federal courts


Which of the following was the main “spoil” in the spoils system?

Positions in government


Why were so few violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act brought to courts?

Court cases cost too much time and money


Which reform measure could voters use to approve and amendment to their state constitution

A referendum


How did the railroads respond to state governments’ legislation during the gilded age?

Railroad companies challenged the new the new laws in the courts


In the late 1800s, political machines remained in power mostly by trading money and favors for

Votes


In 1877, congress passed which of the following pieces of legislation to regulate railroads?

The interstate commerce act


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