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But we’re American… the presence of American exceptionalism in the speeches of George W. BushBut we’re American… the presence of American exceptionalism in the speeches of George W. Bush
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\"Divided We Fall: America\"Divided We Fall: America's Two Civil Religions"
Adapted from Robert Wuthnow, "Divided We Fall: America's Two Civil Religions," The Christian Century, April 20, 1988; with additional material from Leroy S. Rouner, Mark Hamilton, James Davison Hunter, Karen Armstrong, and Les Hardy
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Acknowledgments I wish to thank Euan Hague for his generosity in the many hours he has given in helping me with this paper: proofreading; guidance in Scottish Studies; mailing overseas reference materials; and adviceAcknowledgments I wish to thank Euan Hague for his generosity in the many hours he has given in helping me with this paper: proofreading; guidance in Scottish Studies; mailing overseas reference materials; and advice
Even more important has been his encouragement and moral support for me to write this paper
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The Truth about The First ThanksgivingThe Truth about The First Thanksgiving
Over the last few years, I have asked hundreds of college students, "When was the country we now know as the United States first settled?"
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Is Multiculturalism a Feasible Solution for the American Society?Is Multiculturalism a Feasible Solution for the American Society?
I believe this process will allow me to reveal the strengths and the weaknesses of multiculturalism which I believe is essential for further consideration of multiculturalism as the feasible theory that is applicable to the American
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Republics and Republicanism Fall 2009 Wednesdays, 2-4Republics and Republicanism Fall 2009 Wednesdays, 2-4
Greek and Roman political thought; Italian civic humanism; and the ideological origins of the English and American Revolutions. Readings will be drawn from Aristotle, Cicero, Machiavelli, More, Montesquieu, The Federalist, and others
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The politics ofThe politics of
Rousseau has to say, independent of his direct historical influence, because Rousseau presents problems of interpretation which political theorists have yet to resolve. He should be appreciated for his originality
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