The Philosophers of the Hellenistic and Christian Eras Before he died in 323The Philosophers of the Hellenistic and Christian Eras Before he died in 323
Before he died in 323 b c at age thirty-two, Aristotle's student, Alexander the Great
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Analyze the causes of the rise, the stability, and the decline of the Roman and Han empires in terms of their respective geographical locations, natural resources, economic base, administrative structures, and ideological systems
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Comparisons to focus onComparisons to focus on
Understanding of how and why the collapse of the empire was more severe in Western Europe than it was in the Asian Empires
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Chapter 6 North Africa/Southwest Asia Multiple Choice IntroductionChapter 6 North Africa/Southwest Asia Multiple Choice Introduction
The three largest countries in population size in North Africa/Southwest Asia are
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Daoism (or Taoism)Daoism (or Taoism)
This was not immediately apparent because Confucius didn’t leave an organized system of ideas. After his death, there were many disputes about the meaning and application of his beliefs
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VocabularyVocabulary
Nothing was more important to America’s industrial growth than.”
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Government Ch. 10 Practice test multiple ChoiceGovernment Ch. 10 Practice test multiple Choice
In which house of Congress does each state have the same number of votes, no matter how large or small its population?
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Interesting Stories AssociatedInteresting Stories Associated
Short essays about people and events related to the history of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse
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The de Gaulle Problem Marc TrachtenbergThe de Gaulle Problem Marc Trachtenberg
Garret Martin puts his finger on the key problem. Did de Gaulle, he asks, actually have a “grand design, that is to say an overarching and ambitious vision to reshape international affairs”?
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Chapter 11: East Asia (Fig. 11. 1) Learning ObjectivesChapter 11: East Asia (Fig. 11. 1) Learning Objectives
Understand the sources of cultural cohesiveness in E. Asia Become familiar with the physical, demographic, cultural, political and economic aspects of East Asia
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Cold War (1945-1991)Cold War (1945-1991)
Germany was divided into four areas which were controlled by Britain, France, the U. S., and the Soviet Union
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The Frustrating Partnership: Honor, Status, and Emotions in Russia’s Discourses of the WestThe Frustrating Partnership: Honor, Status, and Emotions in Russia’s Discourses of the West
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Notes Canada and the us name Per United States of America and CanadaNotes Canada and the us name Per United States of America and Canada
St Lawrence Seaway North America’s most important deep water ship route; joint project between usa and Canada
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Canada’s historyCanada’s history
The arrival of the European traders, soldiers, missionaries, and colonists changed the native way of life forever. Many Aboriginals died of European diseases to which they lacked immunity
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Document: Abraham Lincoln to Major Robert Anderson, May 1, 1861 [Draft in John G. Nicolay’s Hand]Document: Abraham Lincoln to Major Robert Anderson, May 1, 1861 [Draft in John G. Nicolay’s Hand]
Document: Abraham Lincoln to Major Robert Anderson, May 1, 1861 [Draft in John G. Nicolay’s Hand]1
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