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Truman Capote's 'In Cold Blood'

Holcomb, Kansas is an isolated small village which people in the city call ‘out there’. The small town set on acres of open land with scattered farms has a population of 1,400. 364 more words

Why Aren't Conservatives Non-Interventionists?

In Thomas Jefferson’s first inaugural address, he listed what he considered to be “the essential principles of our Government.”  Among providing “equal and exact justice to all men,” supporting the state governments, and preserving the Federal Government “in its whole constitutional vigor,”  were the following precepts: “peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, 950 more words

Constitutional History

Jonasson Jonas - Stulatek, który wyskoczył przez okno i zniknął

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Niezwykła podróż szwedzkiego Forresta Gumpa po ostatnich stu latach losów świata. Stulatek, który wyskoczył przez okno i zniknął to książka, która zaskakuje i bawi do łez. 240 more words

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Final Events for the Hunter/Gatherer exhibition

As our Hunter/Gatherer exhibit comes to a close this week the gallery will be hosting a few final events.

The gallery will hold a reception in celebration of the Department of Theatre’s production of “The Drowsy Chaperone.” 131 more words

Truman State University

Churchill urged the US to conduct a preemptive nuclear strike against the Soviet Union to win the Cold War,

According to “InSerbia” a previously unseen memorandum from the FBI’s archives revealed that Winston Churchill urged the US to conduct a preemptive nuclear strike against the Soviet Union to win the Cold War, the Daily Mail reported Saturday. 173 more words

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1945 -The Atomic Attack on Nagasaki, Hiroshima … and Moscow?

The dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan in 1945 are amongst the most controversial actions taken during the history of warfare. It was an attempt to knock the Japanese out of the Second World War, whilst limiting American casualties in the process. 297 more words

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The Most Disappointed Presidents Ever Were while Visiting their Guidance Counselors

-Harry Truman, as a junior, being told to sit for the civil service exam, take his government job, wait until his pension vested, and then try something crazy like politics. 67 more words

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