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Organization of American HistoriansOrganization of American Historians
Missouri Compromise in 1820 produced heated arguments among white legislators over the spread of slavery. While older textbooks treat antebellum slavery and the rise of abolitionism after 1820 in some detail
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World History/GeographyWorld History/Geography
The colonies produced crops which could be used by businesses in the mother country: cotton, sugar cane, indigo, coffee, cacao, tea, hemp, sisal, etc
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Published on Tuesday, June 10, 2003 by CommonDreams orgPublished on Tuesday, June 10, 2003 by CommonDreams org
Text of speech to the Take Back America conference sponsored by the Campaign for America’s Future, June 4, 2003, Washington, dc
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Pre-requisites: Completion of College Writing I and II, enc 1123, or equivalent with a grade of c or better. This course serves the International Studies, Latin American Studies, and Spanish concentrationsPre-requisites: Completion of College Writing I and II, enc 1123, or equivalent with a grade of c or better. This course serves the International Studies, Latin American Studies, and Spanish concentrations
Studies, Latin American Studies, and Spanish concentrations. It also fulfills the International Studies and Culture, Ideas, and Values Honors College’s Core Requirements
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Work in progress. Do not quote!! Winners and Losers from Globalization: Why both European and us farmers were angry in the Grain Invasion era, 1870-1900Work in progress. Do not quote!! Winners and Losers from Globalization: Why both European and us farmers were angry in the Grain Invasion era, 1870-1900
Winners and Losers from Globalization: Why both European and us farmers were angry in the Grain Invasion era, 1870-19001
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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 18 The Industrial SocietyAmerica: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 18 The Industrial Society
The aging American poet who most feared the impact of new industrial technologies on American life was
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Women’s Changing Roles in the Context of Economic Reform and GlobalizationWomen’s Changing Roles in the Context of Economic Reform and Globalization
Background Paper for the unesco education for All Monitoring Report 2003: Gender and Education for All
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0. Introduction0. Introduction
Professor Karl Horst Schmidt, for agreeing to open this inaugural conference of Societas Celto-Slavica. We are greatly honoured by his presence here today and we thank him most sincerely for his excellent introduction and kind words regarding the formation of
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Clas 28 Life in Ancient Rome Required booksClas 28 Life in Ancient Rome Required books
Petronius, The Satyricon, and Seneca, The Apocolokyntosis, Penguin Classics. 1986, trans. Sullivan
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Student: Anna Knudson model lesson: The Death Penalty Background and Quiz taught: Friday, March 31, 2006Student: Anna Knudson model lesson: The Death Penalty Background and Quiz taught: Friday, March 31, 2006
Knowledgeable of some death penalty statistics, such as how many states have it, how many people have been put to death, etc.; and
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Peloponnesian WarPeloponnesian War
Greek city-state. The fighting engulfed virtually the entire Greek world, and it was properly regarded by Thucydides, whose contemporary account of it is considered to be among the world's finest works of history
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Greek TragedyGreek Tragedy
In his observations, Aristotle is not laying down laws for what a tragedy ought to be. He is drawing--from tragedies he has seen or read--a general description
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Art vs. Propaganda: The 1920s Debate between Alain Locke and W. E. B duBoisArt vs. Propaganda: The 1920s Debate between Alain Locke and W. E. B duBois
Locke was an idealist who believed that art should be produced freely while DuBois felt that the art created should be used as propaganda. There was a very fine, almost invisible line separating their argument
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Incorporation of the Holocaust experience into the American conceptual frameworkIncorporation of the Holocaust experience into the American conceptual framework
As an underlying motto for my argument I borrowed a fitting line written by James E. Young in his essay “America’s Holocaust”, which was published in the book called The Americanization of the Holocaust: “Memory is never shaped in a vacuum
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Ap european History Chapter 24: The Birth of Modern European ThoughtAp european History Chapter 24: The Birth of Modern European Thought
The faith in science that dominated thought in the second half of the nineteenth century
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