Conservative, n: A statesman who is enamored of existing evils, as distinguished from the Liberal, who wishes to replace them with others.
–Ambrose Bierce

 

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Camp David paper

Camp David paper, due Thursday Feb. 26th in class

In roughly 1250 words, address the following.

Discuss from an historical perspective the major issues that shaped President Carter’s Camp David Accords.  What were the specific roots of the most contentious aspects of the negotiations?  Which were most difficult to solve?  How were they solved, if at all?

Use the assigned readings for the course, as well as 4-5 outside sources, which must be submitted to me for my approval.

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Film project RFT LC-3

LC-3 Film Project: The Story of Alice Austen

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LC 3 RFT paper #2

LC-3 RFT

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Paper #2

Alice Austen, sexuality and the New Deal

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GOV 236 paper #1

GOV236 Spring 2015. Paper assignment #1
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New York State Senate Undergraduate Assistants Program

program flyer 2015

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Experiential hours: LC 3 2014

LC-3 Experiential Component

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