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State and society in early Republican politics, 1912-18State and society in early Republican politics, 1912-18
Thus the republican revolution opened the way for a long series of redefinitions, and changed the political contexts in which actions would take place
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1996–1997 as31 Irregular May 1996, as311996–1997 as31 Irregular May 1996, as31
May 18 – Pietro's Bonfire and Blod's 24th birthday celebration – Pietro's place, Bradbury
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SectionalismSectionalism
The south traded much of their cotton to Great Britain. In return, the south would receive British goods. But British goods would cost more with high tariffs added to them. This made the value of their cotton as a trading item worth less
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The beginnings of American linguistics the end of the 19th c the study of language in North America in isolation from EuropeThe beginnings of American linguistics the end of the 19th c the study of language in North America in isolation from Europe
East Coast, and followed the historical, philological approach
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Learning TargetLearning Target
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Historical ContextHistorical Context
Mark Hopkins, the president of Williams College, confidently predicted that this huge effort to reform society would soon result in the destruction of “wars, and intemperance, and licentiousness, and fraud, and slavery
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Us I honors dbq: Antebellum ReformsUs I honors dbq: Antebellum Reforms
The following question is based on the accompanying documents (1-5). As you analyze the documents, take into account both the source of each document and the author’s point of view. Be sure to
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Will and Way (“Wille und Weg”) by Joseph Goebbels BackgroundWill and Way (“Wille und Weg”) by Joseph Goebbels Background
Background: This article is the lead from the first issue of the Nazi Party’s central office for propaganda (Reichspropagandaleitung). It lays out Goebbels’ public thinking on propaganda in 1931
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Chapter 27 Three Gunshots at Life?Chapter 27 Three Gunshots at Life?
Do these shots indicate executives at Life magazine engaged in cover-up activities in the assassination of J. F. K. in the weeks and months following his murder?
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A case study of a national reportA case study of a national report
Bureau of Statistics has been measuring Australia's progress through the multitude of statistics we publish relating to Australia's economy, society and environment
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An Historical Record Put together to inform our current members and Future members About The history of the I. O. VAn Historical Record Put together to inform our current members and Future members About The history of the I. O. V
The Independent Order of Vikings was formed One Hundred and Fifteen years ago by eleven Swedish immigrants
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17,324 words/May 198717,324 words/May 1987
Crash of 1929 happen again? Of course it can. Would such a crash trigger a worldwide depression like that of the 1930s? To deny this too confidently would be to repeat the overconfidence of 1929. But the world is different today
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The high court decision in commisioner of taxation V stone and its impact on sport in australiaThe high court decision in commisioner of taxation V stone and its impact on sport in australia
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Drill: Parliament & Bicameral legislatureDrill: Parliament & Bicameral legislature
Objective: Students will explain why Britain imposed new taxes on the colonies, and examine the colonists’ response by describing the events that led the First Continental Congress to break free from Britain
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The ‘Cult of the Individual’The ‘Cult of the Individual’
On 14 February 1956 Nikita Khrushchev,1 then First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, publicly, but obliquely, attacked Stalin at the 20th Congress of the Party
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