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happiness without forming states (political bodies) because the individual in isolation is not self-sufficient
Baroque period, were recreated by several twentieth century painters, including Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali, in their own style
Charles Darwin's book "On the Origin of Species," and seeking a reconciliation between science and Christian doctrine
saint of sick persons and of Lourdes in France, was a simple shepherd girl
Jerusalem when the Israelites returned from exile in Babylon
Moghul Empire, fostered pluralism and tolerance for all religions
polymath Posidonius attempted to create a unified worldview, showing the interconnectedness of the world and how all forces have an effect on each other and on human life
Tammy Wynette recorded many hit duets that made the couple the undisputed king and queen of country music
socialist utopia could be achieved
souls of the dead that attach themselves to living persons on earth, became widespread in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
North Carolina and settled in New York where they became the sixth tribe to join the Iroquois Confederacy
United States began in 1916 with the passage of the National Defense Act that was intended to increase "preparedness" prior to the American entry into World War I.
romanticism with a return to the order and emotional restraint of classical music following the ferment of the First World War
Protestant world power for the next three centuries
Tennessee, a small rural community that she described in her 1973 hit song "Nutbush City Limits"
Soviet newspaper gave Margaret Thatcher the nickname "Iron Lady," which she enjoyed as it reflected her uncompromising politics and steadfast leadership
oolong, Wuyi Yancha, Bai Hao Yinzhen (Silver needle) white tea, and Fuzhou jasmine tea
Victoria Falls in honor of Queen Victoria
fruits, and vegetables available in supermarkets are produced using industrial agriculture
Scotland who lived north of Hadrian's Wall
Vaishnavism differs from other traditions of Hinduism by recognizing Vishnu as the supreme deity
nomads living on the steppes of Central Asia for at least three thousand years
Society for Ethical Culture, a nontheistic religious movement
Vladimir Lenin the Soviet Union was the first to legalize all abortions, but this was reversed in 1936 by Joseph Stalin in order to increase population growth.
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