Addicted to War: Why the U. S. Can’t Kick MilitarismAddicted to War: Why the U. S. Can’t Kick Militarism
An interview with Joel Andreas, author of comic book expose, “Addicted to War: Why the U. S. Can’t Kick Militarism” by Nicole Aschoff and Pankaj Mehta
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What type of historian are you?What type of historian are you?
It is about re-discovering the lives of ordinary people who were powerless and who lived through that time yet have been forgotten
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Political Consciousness and National Identities in the Latin American Struggle for Independence, 1808-1826Political Consciousness and National Identities in the Latin American Struggle for Independence, 1808-1826
En by Seth Meisel on nationalist discourse during the Spanish-American independence movements
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Karin Huebner Women’s OrganizingKarin Huebner Women’s Organizing
The history of women’s organizations in the 20th century is characterized by sharp breaks in continuity, with cultural and generational breaks occurring in the 1920s and the 1950s.” Do you agree or disagree
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Name: Dana Van Tilborg Lesson Title: Revolutions Across the GlobeName: Dana Van Tilborg Lesson Title: Revolutions Across the Globe
Responding to the Topic as it relates to Global Significance (revolutions today) and Investigating the World Beyond their Immediate
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Civilising Markets: Traditions of Consumer Politics in Twentieth-Century Britain, Japan, and the United StatesCivilising Markets: Traditions of Consumer Politics in Twentieth-Century Britain, Japan, and the United States
In Markets in Historical Contexts, eds Mark Bevir and Frank Trentmann
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Wluml dossier 19 February 1998 dossier 19Wluml dossier 19 February 1998 dossier 19
Islamist student movement was showing determined signs of distancing itself from the 'socialist' rendering of Islam and, when in 1954 a founding conference was convened
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Blundering generationBlundering generation
Republican Party and not the Know Nothings were victorious in 1860, either. Breaking new ground in 1978, Holt claims that a sectional war broke out in 1861 instead of another year, 1820 or 1850, for example
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Fascism Fascism as political phenomenonFascism Fascism as political phenomenon
It is very difficult to identify characteristics that might justify a classification of fascism either as a uniform political phenomenon or as a consistent and coherent body of theoretical or ideological outlooks
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And Chapter 6, “Constitutional Conflict and the American Revolution.”And Chapter 6, “Constitutional Conflict and the American Revolution.”
Blackstone, and both were familiar with older writers on international law (Grotius, Pufendorf and Vattel). The Framers knew works by mercantilist writers and by a number of economists, particularly Adam Smith, but also another Scot, James
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National Ideology and ir theory: Three Incarnations of the \"Russian Idea\"National Ideology and ir theory: Three Incarnations of the "Russian Idea"
Focusing on theories and concepts of the international system, regional order and foreign policy, as developed by Russian scholars
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