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Al Capone is America's best-known gangster and the single greatest symbol of the collapse of law and order in the United States during the 1920s Prohibition era. Capone had a leading role in the illegal activities that lent Chicago its reputation as a
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Enemy is part of a trio that serves as the para­digm of what may be called the "classic" gangster film. 1 But Public Enemy can also be used by the historian willing to go beyond its surface plot to provide many clues to the condition of American society and
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The process of military expansion is connected to development of a social/cultural identity
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It will be the focus of this chapter and the one that fol­lows. The present chapter will cover a traditional, and still widely accepted, account of justification
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They resented the arrogance of the nobility in living like they did and not deserving it
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Charles I execution in 1649 and the abolishment of the monarchy. This Placed the country in the interregnum (between monarchs), and the Puritan, Oliver Cromwell ruled
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Instead, they have their own ambitions and goals that make totally different world than before. For example, there is an explorer named Christopher Columbus and most American people treat this person as a hero
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To Stephen North: for the careful readings, patience, and emoticon smiley faces that kept me motivated throughout this grueling process
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We would hope that in your case it will not be too long because we only have this room for an hour and then the room and the building will be locked
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Hitler’s beliefs, as outlined in, were clear regarding the superiority of the Germans as the leading group of Aryans
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Ntion. The experiments showed that repeated interactions, reputation-formation, and strong reciprocity are powerful determinants of human behavior
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Explain the following quotes: Who said it, to whom, when and what is the message it wants to convey
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