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  • |name = New York University ...ty Fact Sheet 2006-2007] - ''New York University Office of Institutional Research and Program Evaluation''. Retrieved October 23, 2007.</ref>
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  • ...enomenon that affected all levels of society and was the source of a great deal of debate and conflict in the United States. It is generally understood tha ...y. 1995. ''The End Of Reform: New Deal Liberalism in Recession and War.'' (New York: Vintage, ISBN 067975314), 141</ref><ref>Fried, 1990, 6, 15, 78–80</
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  • ...and helped rebuild Europe through the [[Marshall Plan]]; he recognized the new state of [[Israel]]; and the [[Cold War]] began in his first term which too Harry's father, John Truman, was a farmer and livestock dealer. Truman lived in Lamar until he was 11 months old. The family then moved
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  • ...t for those working in fields where the amount of work fluctuates, or when new graduates and those returning to the workforce are seeking jobs. ...pportunity to obtain new employment within a reasonable time frame. In an ideal society where all people live for the sake of others not simply for their p
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  • | birth_place = New York City, United States ...rom 1966 until 1999, and was a nationally [[Print syndication|syndicated]] newspaper [[columnist]].
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  • | death_place =[[Lenox Hill Hospital]]<br/>[[New York City]] ...-trial|pretrial]] [[Discovery (law)|discovery]] process, Chambers produced new evidence indicating that he and Hiss had been involved in [[espionage]], wh
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  • ....<ref>See David P. Currie, "The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The New Deal, 1931–1940," 54 U. Chi. L. Rev. 504, 547 (1987).</ref> ... v. Allwright]]'' (1944) and ''[[Shelley v. Kraemer]]'' (1948), though not dealing with education, indicated the Court's increased willingness to find raci
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  • ...ents included the consolidation of numerous governmental agencies into the newly-formed [[Department of Energy]], a cabinet level department. He enacted s ...er, and that [[racism]] had no place in the future of the state.<ref>''The New Georgia Encyclopedia'': Jimmy Carter (b. 1924) online, [http://www.georgiae
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  • | place_of_birth = [[New York City]], New York, [[USA]] }}</ref>, was born in [[Harlem]], New York City in 1915. His father owned a coat-manufacturing business, which fa
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  • ...io serial]]s, [[television program]]s, [[film]]s, [[Superman (comic strip)|newspaper strips]], and [[video game]]s. With the success of his adventures, Su ...ered [[journalist|reporter]]" for the [[Metropolis (comics)|Metropolis]] [[newspaper]] ''The [[Daily Planet]]'' (the ''Daily Star'' in original stories)<!
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  • ...ditors Recovery Corporation''' (formerly '''Enron Corporation''', former [[New York Stock Exchange|NYSE]] ticker symbol ENE) was an American [[energy]] co ..._depth/business/2002/enron/timeline/1.stm Enron: The rise and fall]. ''BBC News''. Retrieved February 1, 2009.</ref> and built a large headquarters comple
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  • ...us&mdash;who, along with their tribes, set out on a journey in search of a new place to live. Czech continued until he came upon a rich land overflowing w The Czech legend also mentions a new leader of the Slavs of Bohemia, Krok, who had three beautiful daughters nam
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  • | birthplace = [[Newark, New Jersey]] '''Philip Milton Roth''' (born March 19, 1933, [[Newark, New Jersey]] is an [[United States|American]] novelist. He gained early literar
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  • ...n involves news management&mdash;optimizing good news and forestalling bad news. Equally, good public relations managers conduct "damage control" when a d ...'The Handbook of Strategic Public Relations & Integrated Communications'' (New York: McGraw Hill, 1997, ISBN 0786311312).</ref>
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  • ...die" and "alternative" were synonymous outgrowths of the post-[[punk]] and new-wave movements, which derived from the 70s punk movement. The genre that re ...ginning, punk was a movement that was created with, if not from, a set of ideals and values. There are a number of cultural and philosophical traits which
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  • ...i=5070&oref=slogin 'America's Constitution': A Liberal Originalist]. ''The New York Times'' Magazine, 2005-11-06. Retrieved July 21, 2008.</ref> ....google.com/books?id=j-UIAAAAQAAJ&pg=PT492&vq=commerce&as_brr=1&source=gbs_search_r&cad=0_2#PPT189,M1]</sup>
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  • ...r [[USS Ward (DD-139)|USS ''Ward'']]. ''Ward'' carried out an unsuccessful search. The [[First American shots fired in World War II|first shots fired]], and ...o larger than anything they had ever seen, an untrained new officer at the new and only partially activated Intercept Center, Lieutenant Kermit A. Tyler,
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