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Chapter 17 The Transformation of the West, 1450–1750 Chapter Outline SummaryChapter 17 The Transformation of the West, 1450–1750 Chapter Outline Summary
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The Sanity of Furor PoeticusThe Sanity of Furor Poeticus
The Sanity of Furor Poeticus: Romanticism’s Demystification of Madness and Creativity
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The Meaning of Total WarThe Meaning of Total War
But even at home the war had its effects. Ersatz coffee, coupons and war loans, paper money and censored newspapers were superficial signs of strain. Other changes were more profound
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Chapter 02 National Differences in Political EconomyChapter 02 National Differences in Political Economy
It is not possible to have democratic societies that emphasize a mix of collectivism and individualism
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Chapter 02 Country Differences in Political EconomyChapter 02 Country Differences in Political Economy
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1. According to the opening case, what caused the economic turnaround in Ghana?1. According to the opening case, what caused the economic turnaround in Ghana?
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Democratic Republic of Congo 1Policy, Plans and PrioritiesDemocratic Republic of Congo 1Policy, Plans and Priorities
The Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy Paper (prgsp) and the Government programme for the period 2007 – 2011 as detailed illustration of the prgsp are the two documents guiding the economic and social development of the country
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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of HappinessLife, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
In Rousseau’s concept of a social contract, an entire society agrees to be governed by its general will
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D. The Path to Utopia, 1945-1973 XIX. Present at the CreationD. The Path to Utopia, 1945-1973 XIX. Present at the Creation
The Great Depression and World War II together ended the idea of laissez faire: the idea that
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XX. The Great Keynesian BoomXX. The Great Keynesian Boom
First. And (except for France) manpower losses were greater in World War II as well. The war ended with 24 percent of Germans born in 1924 dead or missing, and 31 percent disabled; post-war Germany contained 26 percent more women than men
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Industrial revolutionIndustrial revolution
Ines. A little later they invented locomotives. Productivity began a spectacular climb. By 1850 most Englishmen were laboring in industrial towns and Great Britain had become the workshop of the world
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Kant’s “Formalism”? – Distinguishing between Aesthetic Judgment and an Overall Response to Art in the Critique of JudgmentKant’s “Formalism”? – Distinguishing between Aesthetic Judgment and an Overall Response to Art in the Critique of Judgment
Kant’s “Formalism”? – Distinguishing between Aesthetic Judgment and an Overall Response to Art
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