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The authority of the President of the United States to use or deploy armed forces in circumstances likely to lead to an armed attack without a prior declaration of war from the United States Congress should be substantially restrictedThe authority of the President of the United States to use or deploy armed forces in circumstances likely to lead to an armed attack without a prior declaration of war from the United States Congress should be substantially restricted
Armed attack” should be defined as: The use of force of a magnitude that is likely to produce serious consequences, epitomized by territorial intrusions, human casualties, or considerable destruction of property
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The Bilderberg Group and the project of European unificationThe Bilderberg Group and the project of European unification
Jessop, 1990, culminating in the hegemony of a post-Marxist version of Gramsci's conception of 'hegemony' in which 'struggle' is posited without any identifiable human beings as its active protagonists
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Chapter 23: The Building of European Supremacy: Society and Politics to World War I outlineChapter 23: The Building of European Supremacy: Society and Politics to World War I outline
New steel mills, railways, shipyards, and chemical plants reflected an expanding supply of capital goods in Europe during the second half of the nineteenth-century
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ST. john the baptist greek orthodox church the messengerST. john the baptist greek orthodox church the messenger
Behold I send My messenger before Your face, who will prepare Your way before You. The voice of one crying in the wilderness: Prepare the way of the Lord; make His paths straight.” Mark 1: 2-3
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Periods of Greek HistoryPeriods of Greek History
Use of copper and bronze tools and weapons. Mycenian kingdoms and the world of Homer
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National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 26, 2005National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 26, 2005
Velázquez’s example, particularly in portraiture, he was not a slavish imitator, but rather an intelligent painter who can be credited with adapting Velázquez’s vision of the monarchy to circumstances that his master could not have
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Western traditionWestern tradition
God. This idea was losing its appeal in the 1700s, especially among the well-educated. As the political and social ideas of the Enlightenment became more popular
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The Bilderberg Group and the project of European unificationThe Bilderberg Group and the project of European unification
Jessop, 1990, culminating in the hegemony of a post-Marxist version of Gramsci's conception of 'hegemony' in which 'struggle' is posited without any identifiable human beings as its active protagonists
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1805 born in Genoa 18191805 born in Genoa 1819
Society was found “of men believing in a future of liberty, equality and fraternity for all mankind; and desirous of consecrating their thoughts and actions to the realization of that future”
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Zionism and terrorism: An unwelcome reminderZionism and terrorism: An unwelcome reminder
Recently declassified British intelligence documents on a plot by Jewish terrorist groups in 1946-47 to assassinate the then Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and bomb London are an embarrassing reminder of the prominent role that terrorism played in the establishment
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Weimar…post ww i…demoralizing defeat of Germany and harsh conditions of Versailles treatyWeimar…post ww i…demoralizing defeat of Germany and harsh conditions of Versailles treaty
On the morning of January 30, 1933, in Hindenburg's office, Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor during what some observers later described as a brief and simple ceremony
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