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The second Bush administration asserts a no-tolerance policy for acts of inherent evil. But it can be said that current U. S. foreign policy is a new imperialism, reminiscent of colonialism and the arrogance of a unilateral superpower
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The openness of a society, its willingness to permit creative destruction, and the rule of law appear to be decisive for economic development.”
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Chapter 20: Primary and Secondary Sources Industrialization and Social ChangeChapter 20: Primary and Secondary Sources Industrialization and Social Change
The potential was tremendous; for the first time, human beings had the ability to produce far more than was needed to sustain a large percentage of the population. Whether that potential would be realized, and at what cost
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Constitution overcame various difficulties and firmly established the political and economic foundations of the new federal government. The first Congress under the Constitution, led by James Madison
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The definitive Weimar edition, which is still incomplete, yields its treasures only
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