Harriet Tubman Seminar Department of History York University February 28, 2000 The World of Books and the Real World: An Eighteenth-Century Jamaican Perspective Philip D. MorganHarriet Tubman Seminar Department of History York University February 28, 2000 The World of Books and the Real World: An Eighteenth-Century Jamaican Perspective Philip D. Morgan
At night, in his house, Thistlewood took to his bed a Central African woman (a "Congo"), herself a recent immigrant, who had the dubious distinction of being the first, but by no means the last
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Immigration Mini-Unit Lesson 1: The ‘Push and Pull’ of immigrationImmigration Mini-Unit Lesson 1: The ‘Push and Pull’ of immigration
Students will be able to describe the motivations of immigrants coming to the United States
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Eyewitness Identification Resource Guide: a primer for ReformEyewitness Identification Resource Guide: a primer for Reform
There is grave potential for prejudice, intentional or not, in the pretrial lineup, which may not be capable of reconstruction at trial.”
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I believe that you have inherited from your forefathers an ancient dream, a song, a prophecy, which you can proudly lay as a gift of gratitude upon the lap of America
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If there be a defined beginning-point, the boundaries may be established by course and distance alone
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Should narcotics be legalized in the United States ?Should narcotics be legalized in the United States ?
Countries have a responsibility to respect individual free will and the right of self-determination
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Competitiveness k negCompetitiveness k neg
The competitiveness discourse of transportation infrastructure investment is merely an attempt by policy-makers to market cities and regions into a global era, resulting in policy failure
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Section one lewis and Clark and the Indian Country: 200 years of American HistorySection one lewis and Clark and the Indian Country: 200 years of American History
American expansion was “inevitable?” Viewed from this perspective, what can we learn about American history from the expedition’s encounter with Native America and the aftermath of Lewis and Clark’s journey?
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Judicial Review and Constitutional InterpretationJudicial Review and Constitutional Interpretation
States retained great deal of power. Primary power of federal government was to declare war, regulate trade with Indians, settle boundary disputes
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How The Other Half LivesHow The Other Half Lives
How the Other Half Lives exposed the appalling living conditions in city slums in the late 1800s. The book became the basis of “muckraking” journalism which was a type of investigative journalism at the turn of the century that exposed negative—and
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