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As level british historyAs level british history
The Labour Party emerged to play an important role, whilst the established political parties also evolved. There was increased pressure to provide votes for women. Two world wars and the great depression of the 1930s intensified the pace of social and
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October 1997. Bbc nw's 'Northwest Tonight' features the five-month long investigation by Jonathan Boyd Hunt and fellow investigative journalist, Malcolm Keith-Hill
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Reports and Papers on Raymond Williams Residential Seminars The 23rd annual Raymond Williams w/end 6-8 May 2011 at the Wedgwood Memorial College, BarlastonReports and Papers on Raymond Williams Residential Seminars The 23rd annual Raymond Williams w/end 6-8 May 2011 at the Wedgwood Memorial College, Barlaston
Another great success for our annual residential weekend. Feed-back from the 46 who attended the full weekend as students was most positive with a whole string of 'excellent' s including this
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The Spanish Civil War Key IssuesThe Spanish Civil War Key Issues
Assess the importance of various political, social, economic and religious problems
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The oscholarsThe oscholars
Oscar Wilde, a parnellite Home Ruler and Gladstonian Liberal: Wilde’s career at the Eighty Club (1887–1895)
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The Boer War & British SocietyThe Boer War & British Society
Peter Donaldson examines how the British people reacted to the various stages of the South African war of 1899-1902
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John Calvin Coolidge JrJohn Calvin Coolidge Jr
John Calvin Coolidge Jr was born in Plymouth Notch, Windsor County, Vermont, on July 4, 1872, the only U. S. president to be born on Independence Day
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The voting system currently used in Greece is still called ‘reinforced’ proportionality (with a majority-bonus). Although it has been modified several times since the restoration of democracy it retains a complex and hybrid nature
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Cold War Truman & EisenhowerCold War Truman & Eisenhower
Communist empire of the Soviet Union and the leading Western democracy, the United States. Competition between these powers and their allies was unusually conducted by means short of armed conflict but, in several instances
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Early Cold War: The Eisenhower Administration Cold War Policies of the Eisenhower Administration Eisenhower and the Cold WarEarly Cold War: The Eisenhower Administration Cold War Policies of the Eisenhower Administration Eisenhower and the Cold War
Most of Eisenhower's attention in both his first and second terms focused on foreign policy and various international crises arising from the Cold War. The experienced diplomat who helped to shape U. S
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Intended to replace the imperial system of government with one of democracy, like many other states after the war
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The Rise of the NazisThe Rise of the Nazis
Fifty years ago this month, Adolf Hitler was appointed Reich Chancellor of Germany by the aging President Hindenburg. How were the Nazis able to 'seize power' in this way? Jeremy Noakes begins our special feature by explaining their
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Constructing Race Policy in the United States and Great Britain: History and Politics in the Development of Employment Discrimination PolicyConstructing Race Policy in the United States and Great Britain: History and Politics in the Development of Employment Discrimination Policy
In the neighboring state of New Jersey, the head of the state police was fired after a controversy over “racial profiling,” the use of racial characteristics in identifying crime suspects, that also involved a federal investigation
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Chapter 6 Public Opinion, Voting, and ElectionsChapter 6 Public Opinion, Voting, and Elections
Not only do we argue over the true meaning of any specific election, we also believe that existing public opinion and voting patterns are subject to shifts in the public mood. No public opinion is set in concrete
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Tom O’Connor Working Paper Series Department of Government, uccTom O’Connor Working Paper Series Department of Government, ucc
Many of them were to live off this ‘old money’ in the lean years after the 1929 Wall Street crash, de Valera’s disastrous economic war with Britain in the 1930s, the Second World War and its aftermath, and the depressed 1950s
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