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138747 AP US History
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Question refers to the excerpt below. “Fourthly, Because the way of conquering them is much more easie then of ciuilizing them by faire meanes, for they are a rude, barbarous, and naked people, scattered in small companies, which are helps to Victorie, but hinderances to Ciuilitie: Besides that, a c...
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What is the first theme? Uncertain manhood and erotic bonding in On the Road.   What does Michael Kimmel say about Martin Duberman's 1977 play? That his play pondered erotic possibilities in On the Road, and that critics 'vilified' him for tainting what some perceive as 'one of the most redemptive, ...
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When the Louisiana Territory became part of the United States, President Jefferson wanted to know about the plants and the animals, the Native Americans who lived there, and to find a water route across the continent.   Lewis and Clark spent the first winter of their expedition in North Dakota     S...
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Hollywood Rises again-what caused slump in box office -the 50s had seen a marked slump in the box office-competition from TV and a kind of conservatism in content   What market were the films trying to target? -younger, more critical viewers-older patrons staying at home- new generations of film-mak...
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William Holden Who played Joe Gillis?   Gloria Swanson Who played Norma Desmond?     Erich von Stroheim Who played Max von Mayerling?   Nancy Olson Who played Betty Schaefer?   Billy Wilder and Charles Bracket Who wrote Sunset Blvd?   Billy Wilder Who directed Sunset Blvd?   John F. Seitz Who was th...
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