closing years

Foreword By Thomas ChanForeword By Thomas Chan
Gis’s public relations instincts might not always sit well with a more conventional approach preferred by a policy bureau or department. These are the challenges we face daily and expect. And we would not have it any other way
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Module two: urban and regional politics in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuriesModule two: urban and regional politics in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Years that ended round about the Second World War. A politics of the urban and of the regional would have been less unfamiliar, however. Certainly people thought about there being an urban question
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Stanford Student Activism Against the Vietnam War: a vehicle for Change?Stanford Student Activism Against the Vietnam War: a vehicle for Change?
Stanford University. As a direct result of Stanford student involvement in acts civil disobedience, university policies were reexamined
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Read the text below and answer the questions that follow. The Emperor\Read the text below and answer the questions that follow. The Emperor's Speech: Hirohito Transformed Japan Forever
Boy and Fat Man. At noon, Emperor Hirohito spoke directly to his subjects for the first time in his reign. His announcement would shock Japan, but it would also transform it
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Introduction to Chinese History UnitIntroduction to Chinese History Unit
The most important problems facing individual Chinese and China as a nation involved choosing appropriate political, social, cultural, and economic identities as contexts and situation drastically changed
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Helmholtz\Helmholtz's Kant
Coffa himself doesn't say. The book is filled with assessments of muddle, confusion and error, but Coffa died before writing a conclusion and the book lays out no standard to use in Whiggish history, nor regrets about the tradition
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The Japanese Occupation 1942-1945The Japanese Occupation 1942-1945
Chinese resistance. To feed Japan's war machine, large amounts of petroleum, scrap iron, and other raw materials had to be imported from foreign sources. Most oil--about 55 percent--came from the United States
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