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Lesson Title: Nelson Mandela, César E. Chávez, and Nonviolence Grade LevelLesson Title: Nelson Mandela, César E. Chávez, and Nonviolence Grade Level
Students analyze the instances of nation building in the contemporary world in Africa
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Pastor Jeremy M. ThomasPastor Jeremy M. Thomas
Places like Damascus and Gaza and Tyre would conjure up all kinds of thoughts in the minds of these people, just as Moscow, Tehran and Baghdad do in ours. So these were well-known places, well-known kings, who had a running history
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V. I. Lenin Economic and Philosophic Science ReviewV. I. Lenin Economic and Philosophic Science Review
Only he is a Marxist who extends the recognition of the class struggle to the recognition of the dictatorship of the proletariat. This is touchstone on which the real understanding and recognition of Marxism is to be tested. V. I. Lenin
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Past Papers, Marks Scheme indicative content and examiners Report comments June 2010 aPast Papers, Marks Scheme indicative content and examiners Report comments June 2010 a
A how far did ‘peaceful coexistence’ ease Cold War tensions between the Soviet Union and the usa in the years 1953–61?
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Our Nuclear NightmareOur Nuclear Nightmare
As nations like Iran and North Korea seek to develop atomic weapons, the chances of a calamity are rising dramatically. Here's how to lower them
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Pilgrims and the First ThanksgivingPilgrims and the First Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving this Thursday. I want to pause from our study of Haggai to remember why we celebrate Thanksgiving. The best way to do that is to remember the history of the first Thanksgiving and draw some lessons from that story
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Does hypocrisy refute christianity’s truth?Does hypocrisy refute christianity’s truth?
Thirty Years War, etc., can't ultimately prove the falsehood of the Bible or of belief in God. The Bible could be perfectly true, and Jehovah could exist
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April 29, 1992 is a day that marked the start of six days of chaos in the streets of Los AngelesApril 29, 1992 is a day that marked the start of six days of chaos in the streets of Los Angeles
April 29th all hell had broken in South Central L. A. Altering the lives of countless people forever. The trial verdict and six days of rioting mainly affected three ethnic groups: African Americans, whites, and Koreans
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