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Apr
24
answered Why didn't the ancient Egyptians conquer an empire?
Apr
22
comment How did Americans' hatred of taxes shape the country up through the Gilded Age?
an issue, yes. But a primary issue? I don't see your link providing any support for that. It seems to be specifically saying it wasn't.
Apr
22
revised Which war games did Napoleon practice with his generals?
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Apr
22
revised Which war games did Napoleon practice with his generals?
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Apr
22
comment Did the Southern States make any attempt to secede from the Union through an act of Congress?
@Anaryl - If you have sources for some of this, as a matter of strategy it would be smart to include them in your answer (using the edit tools). Posting content with no links and no verbage like "historian X says", is just begging for downvotes. Doubly so if the topic happens to be controversial somewhere.
Apr
22
comment Does the number of legs in the air of a horse statue indicate how its rider died?
I'm downvoting this (which is something I almost never do), due to it being a nigh-unreadable wall of text, in addition to some of the other problematic issues mentioned previously. I'll happily rescind that vote if some formatting and supporting links are added.
Apr
22
comment How did Americans' hatred of taxes shape the country up through the Gilded Age?
I think you are misinterpreting that Civil War link of yours. The first sentence of the main section you are referencing currently reads: "Historians generally agree that economic conflicts were not a major cause of the war."
Apr
22
comment How did Napoleon I succeed in France despite his shortcomings in French?
Just as a point of clarification, a lot of what the French consider separate languages (for internal political reasons) would be considered dialects by an English-speaker using a strict mutual-intelligibility metric. Even given that though, only the north half of France could be said to have traditionally spoken "a French dialect".
Apr
21
revised Why weren't Baden, Würtemberg and Bavaria independent states ever restored?
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Apr
20
comment Who were the Deer Touchers?
I've never heard of that one before, but it has a distinct resemblance to counting coup, so its quite believable.
Apr
18
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Apr
17
revised Did native Mexicans prefer Spanish rulers to the Aztecs?
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Apr
17
revised Why do so many national flags contain the color red?
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Apr
17
comment Why do so many national flags contain the color red?
I can't find anything at that link that has anything to do with your answer, so I'm editing it out. If you have a deeper link on that website you were thinking about, feel free to edit your answer and put that in.
Apr
17
comment Why do so many national flags contain the color red?
Backing @Semaphore up here. I could be missing something, but I went through the list linked in the question looking for patterns, and couldn't really find one. Even if you take out all flags with Communist or UK origins, there are still oodles of red ones. I'm guessing its just because its a primary color. There's loads of blue and yellow ones too.
Apr
17
revised How did the Alien and Sedition acts pass?
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revised How did the Alien and Sedition acts pass?
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revised How did the Alien and Sedition acts pass?
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Apr
17
answered How did the Alien and Sedition acts pass?
Apr
17
comment What was done to improve the safety of jousts after the death of Henry II?
...also A Knight's Tale