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Understanding the Defeat of China’s 1911 Democratic BreakthroughUnderstanding the Defeat of China’s 1911 Democratic Breakthrough
Jacobin tendency of the French revolution as embodied in the state project constructed by V. I. Lenin and his Bolshevik Party now seemed a dead end, indeed worse than a dead end
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Cultural Artifact Analysis Essay: Cell Phones Fall 2010 / engl-1050-F10-RobbinsCultural Artifact Analysis Essay: Cell Phones Fall 2010 / engl-1050-F10-Robbins
Cell phones have even altered the way that people communicate and interact with one another, creating new rules of etiquette and ethics that have not yet been universally agreed upon
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Beth Marshall English 102, 9: 30Beth Marshall English 102, 9: 30
McCutcheon 43. I believe that Prohibition was a detriment to the citizens and society of the United States of America in the 1920’s because it increased lawlessness, increased crime, and increased gangster activity
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1. Americans feared that the end of World War II would bring mainly1. Americans feared that the end of World War II would bring mainly
V. Single-Answer Multiple Choice. Mark the one best answer for each of the following questions
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Lincoln Record Society Spring Conference, 23 April 2016 Lincolnshire Agriculture, Rural Life and Labour Conference Paper AbstractsLincoln Record Society Spring Conference, 23 April 2016 Lincolnshire Agriculture, Rural Life and Labour Conference Paper Abstracts
Paul Dryburgh and Alan Kissane, ‘The Wool Trade and Merchants: the Evidence of Lincolnshire, 1279-1311’
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Fascist ItalyFascist Italy
Industrial progress was slow. Moreover, Italy was poor in natural resources and lack of fertile land. Many of the farm labourers were landless and were often unemployed. Thus millions of Italians were forced to emigrate abroad
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Queer Theory Talk at Socialist Alternative (Melbourne) meeting 2004Queer Theory Talk at Socialist Alternative (Melbourne) meeting 2004
One advocate of queer avows that “there is nothing in particular to which it necessarily refers”, another happily describes it as “a largely intuitive and half-articulate theory.”
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Ngos, Soft Power, and Environmental PoliticsNgos, Soft Power, and Environmental Politics
A thesis submitted to The Graduate School at the University of Missouri – St. Louis in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master of Arts in Political Science
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Chapter 2: The Family Links to Original SourcesChapter 2: The Family Links to Original Sources
A father provides advice to his son about marriage, manners, emotions, running his household, and religious life
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The new jersey medical malpractice liability insurance crisis of 2002The new jersey medical malpractice liability insurance crisis of 2002
This paper represents an effort to understand the events that occurred, their causes, and to look at possible changes that would limit future repetition of this crisis
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Story 2 Review: Britain and North AmericaStory 2 Review: Britain and North America
How did European and British ideas of self, state, and the world change after the Enlightenment?
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Anthropology 288: History 288: American Indians of IllinoisAnthropology 288: History 288: American Indians of Illinois
Native American life in the Illinois region. This will be a lecture and discussion course but it will include archaeological field site and museum visits and guest lectures by Native American scholars and community members
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