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revised How Did The US Justice System Lose Sight of Intent?
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Jun
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answered Did Leon Trotsky get stopped by authorities in Halifax?
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Jun
15
comment What is the history of the popped collar?
hilarious, and awesome. I hope someone knows the answer to this.
Jun
15
revised Evolution of United States' world role?
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Jun
15
answered Evolution of United States' world role?
Jun
15
answered What was the American policy on colonisation and why?
Jun
15
comment When did the use of fabricated speeches in historical works go out of fashion?
fascinating question, I have no idea how to even begin to tackle this
Jun
15
answered Did the Mayans view the gods as antagonistic to humanity?
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15
revised Was Tajmahal Tejo Mahal?
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15
accepted What is the oldest road in the world that has been in continuous use?
Jun
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accepted What differences led to Technicolor becoming the dominant color filming technology in Hollywood?
Jun
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comment How Many Members of US Congress Have Died While In Office?
Wow, well done, my answer looks shameful by comparison.
Jun
11
comment Evolution of United States' world role?
I think you could break this question into four questions along the lines of your four periods.
Jun
11
revised How Many Members of US Congress Have Died While In Office?
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revised How Many Members of US Congress Have Died While In Office?
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answered When did it become acceptable to campaign for yourself for US President?
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answered Why do minor political parties in the US receive so few votes?
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comment How was the modern geographic boundary between Europe and Asia decided?
@AndrewTurvey I guess I was mostly thinking of the gradual inclusion of Russia into the idea of Europe. Peter the Great was really the first one that started that transition, so parts of Eastern Europe were not really considered Europe in the past. Along those lines Turkish membership in the EU is talked about so if they were to join wouldn't they necessarily need to be part of Europe?