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The dictatorship also undertook an ambitious economic program that promoted industrialization through import substitution, using tax and tariff policies to compel foreign-owned companies to increase investment in manufacturing
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Recommended Texts for Personal Study of Literature for Higher EnglishRecommended Texts for Personal Study of Literature for Higher English
P. S. Obviously this is not an exhaustive list! For more plot summaries and reviews by other readers I suggest you visit the “Amazon” and “Good Reads” websites
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Globalization and democratization: friends or foes?Globalization and democratization: friends or foes?
For Publication in Marc Plattner, ed., International Relations and Democracy
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The Rise of Totalitarianism in Germany, As Seen in Albany Editorials: 1933-1941The Rise of Totalitarianism in Germany, As Seen in Albany Editorials: 1933-1941
Fogarty, my advisor, and Professor Bon Tempo, Director of the History Honors Program, for all of their help during the research and writing processes
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The Great Depression 1929 1930’sThe Great Depression 1929 1930’s
False sense of prosperity in 1920’s contributed to the stock market crash of 1929
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Uniform Grant Guidance and Green Book Training All slides include the Florida Department of Education name with the logo, website addressUniform Grant Guidance and Green Book Training All slides include the Florida Department of Education name with the logo, website address
Includes a picture of five graduating students in cap and gown holding their diplomas
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Daniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should PrevailDaniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should Prevail
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The safety net of Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (chip) has prevented a larger increase in the uninsured and, in particular, buffered children from the full effects of the difficult economic climate
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Drifting Toward Disunion, 1854-1861Drifting Toward Disunion, 1854-1861
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