Slavery and the Origins of the Civil WarSlavery and the Origins of the Civil War
In this view, slavery usually unprofitable was maintained for racial and cultural reasons, rather than economic self- interest, and might well have died out peacefully had the Civil War not intervened
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The Age of the City chapter summaryThe Age of the City chapter summary
The nation’s intellectual status was pushed forward by compulsory public education, the founding of many universities, and new ideas in science and medicine. The problems of America’s new “mass” society would continue
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The Age of the City chapter summaryThe Age of the City chapter summary
The nation’s intellectual status was pushed forward by compulsory public education, the founding of many universities, and new ideas in science and medicine. The problems of America’s new “mass” society would continue
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Objective: swbat understand how Industrialization began in the United StatesObjective: swbat understand how Industrialization began in the United States
Standard: 11 2 Students describe the changing landscape, including the growth of cities linked by industry and trade; the development of cities divided according to race, ethnicity, and class
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Final reportFinal report
Civilizations. Today, when many analysts speak of a revival of the cold war in the context of globalization and a future clash of civilizations
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Thomas Mann and WagnerismThomas Mann and Wagnerism
Questions concerning the tradition of German music in the early twentieth century come down to a single question: Who is the true Wagnerist? Who preaches the true gospel after the Master’s death? Who is the rightful heir?
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The Law and Economics of International Sex SlaveryThe Law and Economics of International Sex Slavery
Although the data do not allow us to infer robust causal inference, the results suggest that criminalizing procuring, or going further and criminalizing buying and/or selling sex, may reduce the amount of trafficking to a country
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Languages and IdentitiesLanguages and Identities
Languages symbolise identities and are used to signal identities by those who speak them. People are also categorised by other people according to the language they speak
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History Examination Syllabuses 1960s-present day The main trends in o level and cse (1965-1988)History Examination Syllabuses 1960s-present day The main trends in o level and cse (1965-1988)
European history. Modern world history started to become popular in the 1970s – in 1971 it attracted 18% of all entries at o level, whereas the more conventional British and/or European outline syllabuses were taken by 54% of entrants
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The Development of Feminist JurisprudenceThe Development of Feminist Jurisprudence
I draw particularly on the Australian experience, which bears many similarities with other common law countries
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Un peacekeeping operations: overview, current situation and challenges Belgian Royal Military Academy Brussels, 29 May 2012 Speech by Mr. Marco Bianchini, Head of the United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security in BrusselsUn peacekeeping operations: overview, current situation and challenges Belgian Royal Military Academy Brussels, 29 May 2012 Speech by Mr. Marco Bianchini, Head of the United Nations Liaison Office for Peace and Security in Brussels
United Nations peacekeepers. I also wanted to express our appreciation to him and to the Government of Belgium for the many ways in which Belgium provides significant support to United Nations peacekeeping
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Unit I. English language as a world languageUnit I. English language as a world language
Сборник предназначен для эффективной организации самостоятельной работы студентов языковых вузов, а также для всех желающих усовершенствовать навыки чтения оригинальной литературы
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