Summary and Analysis of Book I, Chapter 1Summary and Analysis of Book I, Chapter 1
Note: Maus jumps back and forth often between the past and the present. To facilitate these transitions in this summary, the Holocaust narrative is written in normal font, while all other narratives are written in italics
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The Progressive PresidentsThe Progressive Presidents
Progressives thought only an energetic national government could create the social conditions of freedom. Poverty, economic insecurity and lack of industrial democracy were national problems that the progressives thought needed national
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Stephen L. CarterStephen L. Carter
American life. His books treat specialized legal issues as well as general issues of morality and behavior. In addition, he has received attention as the author of the best-selling novel The Emperor of Ocean Park (2000)
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Vries, J. de and A. van der WoudeVries, J. de and A. van der Woude
Vries, J. de and A. van der Woude, The First Modern Economy: Success, Failure and Perseverance of the Dutch Economy, 1500-1815 (1997), 776p
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management ConceptsChapter 1 Introduction to Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management Concepts
It is undeniable that emergency management is integral to the security of our daily lives, and as such it should be integrated into our daily decisions rather than being called upon only in response to major disasters
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The role of telecommunications in economic developmentThe role of telecommunications in economic development
Regulation of networks may enable Governments to face the social challenges posed by current developments
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Middle english literatureMiddle english literature
Anglo-Saxon fragmented into several dialects and gradually evolved into Middle English, which, despite an admixture of French, is unquestionably English. By the mid-14th cent
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Unattended results of post-Soviet reforms Sociology 3710 ‘Post-Soviet Transformations’Unattended results of post-Soviet reforms Sociology 3710 ‘Post-Soviet Transformations’
Method of evaluation (two writing assignments, class participation, final examination)
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Velázquez’s ‘Christ after the Flagellation’: Technique in Context Larry Keith and Dawson W. CarrVelázquez’s ‘Christ after the Flagellation’: Technique in Context Larry Keith and Dawson W. Carr
Italian art (whether seen in Madrid or Italy) and Rubens – who arrived in Madrid in 1628 and was instrumental to Velázquez’s subsequent Italian journey
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Cady Stanton and the Paradox of Social ReformCady Stanton and the Paradox of Social Reform
Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s 1854 ‘Address to the Legislature of New York’ and the Paradox of Social Reform Rhetoric
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Chapter 2—The Planting of English England’s Imperial StirringsChapter 2—The Planting of English England’s Imperial Stirrings
Put an asterisk (*) next to the colony that played the largest role in the future United States
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The Christian and EthicsThe Christian and Ethics
Many Christians struggle with questions of right or wrong, as a consequence of a society largely consisting of “those who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet
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The Enchanted PigThe Enchanted Pig
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Text 1 Vampire literatureText 1 Vampire literature
Polidori's The Vampyre (1819), which was inspired by the life and legend of Lord Byron. Later influential works include the penny dreadful Varney the Vampire (1847)
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Critical Content/Concept WebCritical Content/Concept Web
This unit will focus on the development of warfare from Pre-historic man to the fall of the Roman Empire. Specific emphasis will be placed upon weaponry, strategy, tactics, logistics, and the causes of conflict
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