Department of historyDepartment of history
Classes: Room 106, Lectures Mondays 18: 30-20: 30, Seminars Mondays 16: 30-17: 30 and 17: 30-18: 30
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American Government: Class GuideAmerican Government: Class Guide
Essential question: What is government? Why do we need government? What are the different types of government? What roles do these different types of government play in the daily lives of their citizens?
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Ap united States Government and PoliticsAp united States Government and Politics
Students will develop a critical understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the American political system, as well as their rights and responsibilities as citizens
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Hist 388. 01 – American Foreign Relations II, Since 1900Hist 388. 01 – American Foreign Relations II, Since 1900
Have Americans embraced a national mission to spread liberal, democratic values abroad? Is America’s global cultural influence a unifying force? Does it fuel anti-Americanism? What is the significance of war to American national identity and notions
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Majoritarian or Pluralist Democracy?Majoritarian or Pluralist Democracy?
Arrange types of governments on a continuum based on the number of rulers they contain
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American Environmental History History 3550, Spring 2016American Environmental History History 3550, Spring 2016
How have people altered the world around them, and what have been the consequences of those alterations for natural and human communities? How – and why – have laws and policies emerged to deal with the environment over time
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Sol/pos/Objective: sol usii. 1 a, b, d, ISol/pos/Objective: sol usii. 1 a, b, d, I
The student will demonstrate skills for historical and geographical analysis, and responsible citizenship, including the ability to
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Chapter 7 The Jeffersonian EraChapter 7 The Jeffersonian Era
The rest of the nation, feeling that Britain was insulting its sovereignty, rallied to the president. In the end, these divisions, although they hampered the war effort, did not survive the conflict
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Imperialism Questions (pp. 703-708)Imperialism Questions (pp. 703-708)
If the United States could out-produce domestic consumption and if the majority of working people in the United States lacked enough income to buy a significant portion of what they produced, then what was the solution?
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Us history HonorsUs history Honors
How were the Southern colonies different from other English colonies in the Americas?
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Short answer. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the questionShort answer. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question
The late nineteenth century has been called a moment of democratic promise. Was it? Explain why or why not
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