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Thinking Aloud: “A Conspiracy of Paper"

Nov. 27, 2014 by Darius 

I recently read A Conspiracy of Paper by David Liss.  It’s a very immersing mystery set in early 18th century London. 280 more words

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Thinking Aloud: “After Gaza: Getting Back to the Peace Process,” Part III

Nov. 26, 2014 by Darius 

According to Elgindy, that the biggest violence in recent years has come from Gaza and now East Jerusalem is not a coincidence: they are the parts of Palestine that have been most isolated by Israel and most ignored by the peace process. 547 more words

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Thinking Aloud: “After Gaza: Getting Back to the Peace Process,” Part II

Nov. 25, 2014 by Darius 

Daniel Kurtzer was the US ambassador to Egypt from 1998 to 2001, ambassador to Israel from 2001 to 2005, and a career State Department official.  496 more words

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WH: Thanksgiving Homework

Finish your “Two Faces of Holy War” discussion questions (if you haven’t already) and read pp. 269-270 and 274.

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Thinking Aloud: “After Gaza: Getting Back to the Peace Process,” Part I

Nov. 24, 2014 by Darius 

Last week, I attended the Middle East Institute’s annual conference.  One of the panels was on “After Gaza: Getting Back to the Peace Process.”  All four panelists had interesting remarks.  528 more words

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Homework for Monday November 24

World History Blocks C & G: Read chapter 26, section 3 p 686-689 and complete question #3 on page 689.

U.S. History Blocks A, E, and F: Read Chapter 10, section 1. 13 more words

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Crash Course - The Cold War

Want to learn more about the Cold War? Try this crash course video! Join Khan Academy to gain access to all these videos, as well as other resources on history, math, science, etc. 15 more words

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