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Learning Goal: Students understand how the Cold War and domestic changes in the postwar years affected the nation
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The new zealand family from 1840: a demographic history by Ian Pool, Arunachalam Dharamlingham and Janet SceatsThe new zealand family from 1840: a demographic history by Ian Pool, Arunachalam Dharamlingham and Janet Sceats
New Zealand and elsewhere to present a continuity of thinking about fertility and its changes, from the 19th century colonising period through to the start of the 21st century
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American society that changed the meanings of class and ethnicity and caused the emergence of a new American Dream based on the family and on a shared belief in anti-communism and in the importance of economic progress
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Period Packets – Period 8: 1945-1980 Unit 9 – Chapters 36-39 Included in Each Period PacketPeriod Packets – Period 8: 1945-1980 Unit 9 – Chapters 36-39 Included in Each Period Packet
After World War II, the United States grappled with prosperity and unfamiliar international responsibilities, while struggling
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Hum 211: Perspectives on Society Spring semesterHum 211: Perspectives on Society Spring semester
David r farber, The Age of Great Dreams: America in the 1960s (1994). This book is in paperback and ebook formats
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America the Beautiful? Beasy Jennison Writer\America the Beautiful? Beasy Jennison Writer's Reflection
I didn’t want to change my voice, but I did want to attempt to improve it. Strengthen my vocabulary and add larger words, without sounding pretentious
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Economics 2333: Historical Perspectives on Current Economic IssuesEconomics 2333: Historical Perspectives on Current Economic Issues
The course meets once a week for three hours with a break in the middle. The format is a combination of lecture and discussion
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Richard a. EasterlinRichard a. Easterlin
Distinguished Researcher Award, International Society for Quality of Life Studies, 2006
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United States HistoryUnited States History
Ssush1 The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century
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Thesis statement. How long does it need to be?Thesis statement. How long does it need to be?
Every essay should have a main point, a main idea, or central message. The argument(s) you make in your paper should reflect this main idea. The sentence that captures your position on this main idea is what we call a thesis statement
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The Presidents Packet – Post World War II to Present Truman Administration (1945 – 1953)The Presidents Packet – Post World War II to Present Truman Administration (1945 – 1953)
In the 1950s, the domino theory was used by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to justify
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Roots of the PillRoots of the Pill
Margaret Sanger witnessed unwanted pregnancies and desperate abortion attempts when she worked as a nurse among New York's poorest women
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Chapter 27 American Life After the WarChapter 27 American Life After the War
For many Americans, life after World War II was good: Business was booming. Jobs were plentiful. Americans had money to spend and plenty of goods to buy. Millions of Americans married, began families
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Learning Goal: Students understand how the Cold War and domestic changes in the postwar years affected the nation
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Part 1: The Cold War United NationsPart 1: The Cold War United Nations
At the end of wwii, hopes were high for peace. An international peacekeeping body was established in April 1945. It is known as the United Nations. Preserving world peace was not easy
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