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Iww in the first 20 years of this century. The rupture of the 1960's, precisely because the working class struggle was much more developed, was also sharper and more far-reaching than any previous ruptures
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Edge of Empire: Archaeology on the Assyrian Frontier Adrienne LeithEdge of Empire: Archaeology on the Assyrian Frontier Adrienne Leith
Adrienne Leith: Good evening, everybody, and welcome to this evening's lecture, co hosted by the University of Melbourne and Museum Victoria as part of "The Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia" exhibition
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A brief history of the white nationalist movementA brief history of the white nationalist movement
Anti-Defamation League (adl) of the B'nai B'rith and other anti-White groups; and (2) to educate the novices within the Movement about Movement history and a little about some of the people involved in the Movement
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Joint Crisis Committee Position on 1962 Caribbean CrisisJoint Crisis Committee Position on 1962 Caribbean Crisis
President Kennedy as one of the most bloody and repressive dictatorships in the long history of Latin American repression.” Kennedy also recognized the role of his own nation in Batista’s reign
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Section 5: Three Cold War crises: Berlin, Cuba and Czechoslovakia c. 1957-69Section 5: Three Cold War crises: Berlin, Cuba and Czechoslovakia c. 1957-69
A map of East and West Berlin; The thick black line shows the Wall around the western part of the city, 1961
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Berlin CrisisBerlin Crisis
By the late 1950s, a growing proportion of those leaving were professional people and students whose skills were sorely needed for internal development. In 1959 about 144,000 persons fled; in 1960 the figure rose to 199,000
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Beyond the Bedroom: What the Birth Control Pill really did for womenBeyond the Bedroom: What the Birth Control Pill really did for women
More specifically, they’ve overtaken men in professional roles. As of 2009, women represented half of all U. S. workers and are the primary or co-breadwinners in nearly two-thirds of American households
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The Great Migration (1915-1960s)The Great Migration (1915-1960s)
Chicago, Illiniois, Detroit, Michigan, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and New York, New York. By World War II the migrants continued to move North but many of them headed west to Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, California, Portland, Oregon
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Human Rights Violations 2nd TrimesterHuman Rights Violations 2nd Trimester
In addition to this event we are hoping to host trips to the Holocaust Museum and the African Burial ground and also a possible trip to Washington D. C
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American history tech II upAmerican history tech II up
The concepts of historical thinking introduced in earlier grades continue to build with students locating and analyzing primary and secondary sources from multiple perspectives to draw conclusions
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Globalising developing nations: political economyGlobalising developing nations: political economy
Visiting Senior Research Fellow, School of International Relations & Strategic Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata,India
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Evaluating the Cultural Revolution in China and its Legacy for the FutureEvaluating the Cultural Revolution in China and its Legacy for the Future
The big-character poster reads "a letter of Pledge." The banner above reads "promote production by making revolution." Workers' Art Group, Shanghai Steel Factory N
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Conceptualising Globalisation and Civil Society in Nigeria By Abubakar Momoh Dept of Political Science Lagos State University Ojo, LagosConceptualising Globalisation and Civil Society in Nigeria By Abubakar Momoh Dept of Political Science Lagos State University Ojo, Lagos
Human rights. These struggles in a fundamental way tie into a globalised logic of democracy and democratisation. The claim is to universalise rather than culturalise issues that define the human essence
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Manifesto of the Communist PartyManifesto of the Communist Party
Source: Marx/Engels Selected Works, Vol. One, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1969, pp. 98-137
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Communism: The Promise and The RealityCommunism: The Promise and The Reality
China towards the economic situation it was found in at the time of Mao’s death—the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution, the Cult of Mao and Hundred Flowers
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