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American Grand Strategy During the Cold War and After Marc TrachtenbergAmerican Grand Strategy During the Cold War and After Marc Trachtenberg
American power, or should a fundamentally different sort of system be brought into being, a system in which the American role is far more limited—a system in which the United States is transformed from “hegemon” to “off-shore balancer”?
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The Louisiana Purchase and Exploration one american’s storyThe Louisiana Purchase and Exploration one american’s story
In 1790, Captain Robert Gray became the first American to sail around the world. Two years later, Gray explored a harbor in what is now Washington state. This harbor was later named Gray’s Harbor
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Imperialism Textbook ReadingsImperialism Textbook Readings
Analyze how a desire for more trade and markets led to political change between 1877 and 1898
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Chapter 11 Manifest Destiny Lesson 1Chapter 11 Manifest Destiny Lesson 1
Four nations, Great Britain, Spain, Russia, and the United States, claimed the land
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Dropping the Atomic bomb on JapanDropping the Atomic bomb on Japan
September 11th, 2001 … or at least they went after whom they thought had attacked us. By heading into Iraq, the U. S. was attempting to finish what could become a messy, complicated war. The United States has tried this before
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Bhagavad-GitaBhagavad-Gita
Never before had anyone been able to create a weapon that could create such destruction in such short time. As Robert Oppenheimer, the lead scientist in the production of the atomic bomb, said after witnessing its detonation
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Chapter 20 The United States Looks OutwardChapter 20 The United States Looks Outward
This political cartoon shows Theodore Roosevelt using his "big stick" policy in the Caribbean
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A sacrificial Llama? The Expulsion of the Peace Corps from Bolivia in 1971A sacrificial Llama? The Expulsion of the Peace Corps from Bolivia in 1971
The author is a member of the history department at Angelo State University. This article is from the Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 69, No. 1 (Feb., 2000), pp. 65-87 This article consists of 23 pages
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Chapter 12 Section 1 I. Rivalry in the NorthwestChapter 12 Section 1 I. Rivalry in the Northwest
A. In the early 1800s, four nations claimed the Oregon country—the huge area that lay
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Chapter 29: The Cold War Era and the Emergence of a New EuropeChapter 29: The Cold War Era and the Emergence of a New Europe
Two set of international political relationships have shaped the experience of Europe
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Inheritance: An Historical PerspectiveInheritance: An Historical Perspective
I would like to thank Peter Diamond, Sean Flynn, Alicia Munnell, Christina Romer and Jonathan Skinner for helpful comments
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The U. S. Military, Political, and Economic Occupations of PanamaThe U. S. Military, Political, and Economic Occupations of Panama
Europe. The Monroe Doctrine strongly cautioned European powers against any further attempts to colonize lands in the Western Hemisphere
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Imperialism in China 1840 1900Imperialism in China 1840 1900
China’s goods (silks, porcelain, tea, etc.). Unfortunately, China did want to “open up” to the West and allow them to trade in the country
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Identifying main ideasIdentifying main ideas
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question
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Gunpowder and Freedom: How the Tides TurnGunpowder and Freedom: How the Tides Turn
I young again, should still be a warrior while ever this country should be invaded and I lived — a Defensive war I think a righteous war to Defend my life & property & that of my family, in my own opinion
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