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Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary of how key events or ideas develop over the course of the text
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False: producers of the domestic import-competing good see lower prices for their goods
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This chapter studies the chief executive, considering the powers of the presidential office and the structures that constitute the presidency. After reading and reviewing the material in this chapter
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However, because they operate within the framework of neoliberalism, they are not likely to provide the panacea of green economic growth that they promise, nor adequately address issues of social and environmental justice
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American society an era when coresidence of three generations in the same household was the dominant pattern
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The factors that account for the increased capacity of state and local governments
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O'Donnell, 1973 #103: 8] Based on this observation O’Donnell ripostes what he calls the “optimistic equation” (in which development leads to democracy), and outlines a model in which authoritarianism is the byproduct of development
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