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How the Cold War changed our Perspective on the Atomic BombHow the Cold War changed our Perspective on the Atomic Bomb
Looking back on this period of immeasurable historical significance, it is important that we look into the origins of atomic bomb technology, the catastrophic aftermath of these weapons
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An Unthinkable Revolution The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Syrian UprisingAn Unthinkable Revolution The Geopolitics of Knowledge and the Syrian Uprising
Syrian revolution is a constitutive part of the Arab revolts that erupted in Tunisia and Egypt. It rejects its delinking from that larger context
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Mim presents world\Mim presents world's first translation of excerpts of Comrade Gonzalo's "Interview" into English
The general political economy of Peru is now well-know even in the bourgeois press. Peru is experiencing 2000% inflation, double-digit unemployment, widespread and worsening starvation and death squad government
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History Matters tah grant Lesson Plan tci: History Alive! Pursuing American IdealsHistory Matters tah grant Lesson Plan tci: History Alive! Pursuing American Ideals
For each decision, students study visual and written information to make a choice from several options. Afterward, students take part in a class discussion to critically analyze the repercussions of the decision to drop the atomic bomb
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The American Presidency: An Examination of the Decision to Use the Atomic BombThe American Presidency: An Examination of the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb
The atomic bomb was no ‘great decision’. It was merely another powerful weapon in the arsenal of righteousness.” Harry s truman
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Whereas, Among our state's many notable attractions, few have played a more prominent role during times of war than the famed Battleship Texas
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Szilardian Science and Politics: Evolution, Revolution, or Subversion? By William LanouetteSzilardian Science and Politics: Evolution, Revolution, or Subversion? By William Lanouette
The philosopher-historian Thomas Kuhn proposed that science advances not by “evolution” in small and steady increments, but by “revolution”. Science doesn’t creep forward, he said; instead
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Conquistadors Comparing and Contrasting StandardsConquistadors Comparing and Contrasting Standards
RH. 9 Compare and contrast treatments of the same topic in several primary and secondary sources
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Born and raised in Sparta, Malinus was monitored, like all other younglingsBorn and raised in Sparta, Malinus was monitored, like all other younglings
Marked Warrior. Ares, seeing Deimos' birthmark as a sign of the prophecy, then snatched him away. In anger and desperation, Malinus jumped to attack the God and save his brother, only for Ares to smack Malinus back in to a pile of wood
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Atomic Bomb: Science and Ethics Homework Part One: Whether to Build and Atomic BombAtomic Bomb: Science and Ethics Homework Part One: Whether to Build and Atomic Bomb
In it, Einstein explained recent scientific developments that might mean an atomic bomb could be created. He went on to urge Roosevelt to investigate that possibility. He also suggested that Germany might already be building an atomic bomb
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Assessing the Decision to Build and Use the Bomb DirectionsAssessing the Decision to Build and Use the Bomb Directions
For each decision, you will view the information, read a summary of the situation, and determine which of several options is the best decision. After groups have analyzed all three
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The Propaganda of Imperialism IntroductionThe Propaganda of Imperialism Introduction
The day is not far off when we are going to have to deal in straight power concepts. The less we are then hampered by idealistic slogans, the better. George Kennan, U. S. State Department, 1948
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Category: Finding Significance TitleCategory: Finding Significance Title
Lesson Objectives: The goal for this lesson is to help students understand why context is important; this is accomplished by focusing on the ways in which context alters the way that we see images and, by extension, read, speak
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