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Inequality of Opportunity and Economic Development

Inequality of Opportunity and Economic Development

Inequality of Opportunity and Economic Development. Francisco H. G. Ferreira The World Bank Conversations in Istanbul and Ankara June 2008. Plan of the Talk. What is (in)equality of opportunity? Empirical illustrations. Measuring inequality of opportunity. Why does it matter?

By Thomas
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CHAPTER 26 THE NEW DEAL: 1933-1941

CHAPTER 26 THE NEW DEAL: 1933-1941

CHAPTER 26 THE NEW DEAL: 1933-1941. The American Nation: A History of the United States, 13th edition Carnes/Garraty. THE HUNDRED DAYS. Financial panic prior to Franklin Roosevelt’s inauguration led states to declare “bank holidays” Four-fifths of states suspended all banking operations

By Jims
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The Second New Deal

The Second New Deal

The Second New Deal. The New Deal > Historiographic Debates. 1952, Herbert Hoover New Deal failed because it “ attempted to collectivize the American system of life.” 1940s-1960s, “liberal consensus” historians

By amato
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End of the Civil War – Answers to Questions

End of the Civil War – Answers to Questions

End of the Civil War – Answers to Questions. April 21, 2010. 1) Why was Grant referred to as “the butcher of men”? . Had a reputation for ruthlessly waging war When going through Virginia in 1864, he left a path of destruction. 2) What were the military strategies of Sherman and Grant? .

By becky
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Practicability of Carnot Model

Practicability of Carnot Model

Practicability of Carnot Model. By P M V Subbarao Mechanical Engineering Department I I T Delhi. http://web.iitd.ac.in/~pmvs. Critical Analysis of Pure Theoretical Model…. Parametric Study of Canot Model. Important Materialistic Questions!. Is there a relation between Material and Energy?

By rich
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Essential Question: What early precedents in American government were established in Washington’s first 2 terms as presi

Essential Question: What early precedents in American government were established in Washington’s first 2 terms as presi

Essential Question: What early precedents in American government were established in Washington’s first 2 terms as president?. The Young Republic, 1788-1800. George Washington & America’s 1 st Political Parties. Building the Machinery of Gov’t.

By keona
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12.2 Houston’s First Term

12.2 Houston’s First Term

12.2 Houston’s First Term. Houston’s Administration. Houston became the first popularly elected president of the Republic of Texas on October 22, 1836. In has inaugural address, Houston laid out his goals. Peace with American Indians The need to stay alert and guard against a Mexican attack

By aadi
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Unit 1: The Era of Reconstruction

Unit 1: The Era of Reconstruction

Unit 1: The Era of Reconstruction. Lesson 2: Presidential Reconstruction. Lesson Objective. SWBAT describe the goals of Presidential Reconstruction and assess the extent to which Reconstruction achieved its goals. Word of the Day/Initial Activity. Reconstruction

By trung
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Kansas Nebraska Act(1854)

Kansas Nebraska Act(1854)

SSUSH9 The student will identify key events, issues, and individuals relating to the causes, course, and consequences of the Civil War. a. Explain the Kansas-Nebraska Act, the failure of popular sovereignty, Dred Scott case, and John Brown’s Raid. Kansas Nebraska Act(1854).

By onella
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John F. Kennedy ABC’s

John F. Kennedy ABC’s

John F. Kennedy ABC’s. By, Jack G. McMackin. A merica. The country that we live in. JFK was in charge of are country for almost three years. He was killed in his hometown in 1963. B erlin wall. A large wall built during thee cold war.

By kaspar
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Thursday , April 19 – Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington (1 st battle of the Revolution)

Thursday , April 19 – Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington (1 st battle of the Revolution)

Thursday , April 19 – Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington (1 st battle of the Revolution). 1. Update your Table of Contents if you did not yesterday Date Entry Title Entry # 4/11 Civil War Causes Worksheet 52 4/12 STAAR Review 53 4/13 Civil War movie 54

By soren
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US Civil War

US Civil War

US Civil War. 1861-1865. A. Fort Sumter. One of 2 federal forts still in south. Supplies at Ft. Sumter running low – Lincoln had 2 choices – both bad No supplies to fort=surrender and ruin his reputation. Send in reinforcements = act of war and North would be seen as the aggressor.

By kiral
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Wednesday 9/25/13

Wednesday 9/25/13

Wednesday 9/25/13. Take out HW (sec. 2 outlines) Discuss with your partner: In what ways did Radicals in Congress react to the “Black Codes” passed in Southern States? . 1863 - 1877. Chapter 5 Section 2. Chained Black Code “vagrants” forced to work for no wages (slavery).

By alton
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Kennedy and the Cold War

Kennedy and the Cold War

Kennedy and the Cold War. The Great Debates. 1 st Televised Debate. 1. Presidential Campaign. Kennedy: Came from politically powerful Massachusetts family War hero Represented the future. Nixon: Self-made man from a small town Ties Eisenhower tied him to the past. 2.

By glynn
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Lincoln and Secession

Lincoln and Secession

Lincoln and Secession. Lincoln-Douglas Debates. The Lincoln-Douglas debates were a series of formal political debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas in a campaign for one of Illinois' two United States Senate seats.

By farren
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Questions to Consider

Questions to Consider

FDR & THE NEW DEAL. Questions to Consider. (1) Which important qualities of leadership did FDR possess? What was FDR’s approach to fighting the Depression? Liberal or conservative? Analyze. Whose problems were addressed? The most? The least?

By calais
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Warm-up

Warm-up

Warm-up. What is symbolism? Who uses symbols and why? Are symbols universal? Give examples and written explanations. . Symbolism/Allusions. Symbolism. What is symbolism? A symbol is anything that represents both itself and something else. In other words…symbolism uses

By alair
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The Magna Carta (1215)

The Magna Carta (1215)

The Magna Carta (1215). "The democratic aspiration is no mere recent phase in human history . . . It was written in Magna Carta ." --Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1941 Inaugural address. http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=114193. Objectives.

By valora
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Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny. Early Exploration: The Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806. In 1803, President Jefferson secretly asked Congress to commission an exploratory expedition across the western United States.

By rufus
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The Gettysburg Address: A visual Journey By Donald J. Bierschbach

The Gettysburg Address: A visual Journey By Donald J. Bierschbach

The Gettysburg Address: A visual Journey By Donald J. Bierschbach. Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

By luigi
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