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Based on the information given on the map, what were all the assets Madrid and London had in common during the Enlightenment?
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Grade 4 – English and Language Arts Sample DayGrade 4 – English and Language Arts Sample Day
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E. 2c Describe environmental factors that influenced the development of transportation and trade in Illinois
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The following website from pbs provides important information about the history of internment camps in the United States. You will use this site and its links to answer the following questions
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Fascists wanted a unified society, but they were not concerned with eliminating private property or class distinctions. Instead, fascists pushed for another identity, one rooted in extreme nationalism, which often relied on racial identity
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Use the Constitution, read Federalist Paper # 51, Federalist Paper #10, and the Anti-Federalist letter to answer the following ecr
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Nonfiction Reading Test Black Friday DirectionsNonfiction Reading Test Black Friday Directions
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In-depth Study Unit Topic or Title: Blackfeet History: Understanding Cultural Conflict through the Eyes of Fools Crow
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