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The Tea Party and American Foreign PolicyThe Tea Party and American Foreign Policy
The Tea Party and American Foreign Policy. By: Mead, Walter Russell, Foreign Affairs, 00157120, Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 90, Issue 2
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Huac (House Un-American Activities Committee)Huac (House Un-American Activities Committee)
By the late 1950s and early 1960s, huac's influence was in decline, and in 1969 it was renamed the Committee on Internal Security. Although it ceased issuing subpoenas that year, its operations continued until 1975
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One of the goals of the gi bill was toOne of the goals of the gi bill was to
On your answer document, indicate the best response to each of the following questions or prompts
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Introduction: Indiana and the Radical Interpretation of the Ku Klux KlanIntroduction: Indiana and the Radical Interpretation of the Ku Klux Klan
Americans, and when Ku Klux Klansmen acted as the self-appointed shock troops of white supremacy, the most radical and dangerous bigots in American societ
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