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Working paper: Do not cite or circulate without the author’s permissionWorking paper: Do not cite or circulate without the author’s permission
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Causes of the Civil War Part I: SlaveryCauses of the Civil War Part I: Slavery
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Ch. 18 The French Revolution & Napoleon Section 1Ch. 18 The French Revolution & Napoleon Section 1
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They were exempt from the taille, France’s chief tax. The clergy were radically divided
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However their status was in many ways closer to that of women in Western Europe than to those of Asia or Africa. Population growth, urbanization
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Why is gun control bad politics?Why is gun control bad politics?
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