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Us navy during a brief quasi-war with the French. The Xyz affair and the passage of the Alien and Sedition Acts were other significant points of his presidency. For ten points who was the second president of the United States?
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Why the future doesn\Why the future doesn't need us
Our most powerful 21st-century technologies robotics, genetic engineering, and nanotech are threatening to make humans an endangered species
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Steven Johnson says that too often, we don't open our eyes to the progress the world has seen
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Smithsonian American Art Museum Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln MemorialSmithsonian American Art Museum Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln Memorial
Constitution. Of equal significance, Lincoln established that the national interest takes precedence over the states, and that the nation as an idea is sovereign. That concept became the living reality and identity of Americans
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Ethical Development in a Global EnvironmentEthical Development in a Global Environment
Though the two countries with such differences in history and culture currently have a friendship and basic trust in each other, their relationship in the first half of the 20th century was far from stable
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During June 2011, the International Festival of Arts & Ideas will present an immersion experience entitled “Freedom’s Journey,” which encompasses a series of performances, ideas discussions
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The greatest story ever sold the Decline and Fall of Truth From 9/11 to KatrinaThe greatest story ever sold the Decline and Fall of Truth From 9/11 to Katrina
W. Bush, however, is that the spinmeisters, fake news reporters, photo-op creators, disinformation experts, intelligence manipulators
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The Central Intelligence Agency 1947 to TodayThe Central Intelligence Agency 1947 to Today
U. S. government: the Central Intelligence Agency. As with all explorations, this will be a course of discovery: discovery of the cia's history, often shrouded in official secrecy
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The cia: 1947 to TodayThe cia: 1947 to Today
Post and washingtonpost com for 15 years. His first book Our Man in Mexico: Winston Scott and the Hidden History of cia is a biography of a spy who became one of the most powerful men in Mexico
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Tangled Tresses Contextualizing African American Hair in the 21st CenturyTangled Tresses Contextualizing African American Hair in the 21st Century
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P m. (M/W/F) & by appointment or chance Phone: 363-3048 course descriptionP m. (M/W/F) & by appointment or chance Phone: 363-3048 course description
Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament, through the early church, the middle ages, the Protestant Reformation and the Enlightenment, up to contemporary debates about free markets, liberation theology, feminism
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Background for the TeacherBackground for the Teacher
In April 1917, the United States faced a difficult decision: remain neutral in the Great War or join the Allies in
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Wahoo War of the Minds 1997 Round SeventeenWahoo War of the Minds 1997 Round Seventeen
This ruler relied on the aid of minister Ernst Johann Biron. Known as the Duchess of Courland before taking power, her court was largely filled with Prussian favorites
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Political Science 4310: Comparative State PoliticsPolitical Science 4310: Comparative State Politics
This course will examine policy-making and public policies in the American states. We will examine emerging policy issues and political institutions in the American states but will give special emphasis to Missouri because that is the state in which we meet and many
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Ideological Storms: Intellectuals and the Totalitarian TemptationIdeological Storms: Intellectuals and the Totalitarian Temptation
Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, Communist China, and revolutionary Southeast Asia. The fact is that many didn’t. Why? I’d like to try answering that question by examining two different forms of modern political innocence and the psychology
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