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Political history is the history of: political events, politicians, political bodies, political movements and anything else related to politics. Questions on topic will be related to the significance, evolution, or veracity of things of historical consequence related to politics.

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First off Moscow has many fine Opera houses to choose from. Bolshoi, State Kremlin Palace, Helicon Opera Theatre, Moscow Operetta Theatre, Galina Vishnevskaya Opera Center, Novaya Opera Theatre(found …
answered Jul 31 '18 by JMS
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Likely Because George H W Bush wanted to run for President and he hadn’t yet figured out how he was going to obfuscate the fact that he had been a vocal and powerful voice in favor of the policy and h …
answered Dec 6 '17 by JMS
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Much of what I'm reading comes from Short Biography of Aisha Int Bakr Al-Siddiq Battle of Camel, sometimes referred to as the battle of Jamal, November 7, 656, found A'isha (Mohommed's widow at this …
answered Dec 13 '17 by JMS
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Question: Was bribery instrumental to the approval of the Thirteenth Amendment?... Yes bribery was instrumental, and not just bribery with patronage jobs as the movie depicts. I started ou …
answered Jul 18 '18 by JMS
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Harry Truman was a failed farmer(1913) and haberdasher(hat salesman, 1922); who had never graduated from college and lived with his mother in law.. In 1923 he became a judge, in 1935 a US senator, i …
answered Nov 3 '17 by JMS
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The Sandinista National Liberation Front (SNLF) or Sandinistas in Nicaragua. They came to power when they overthrew Anastasio Somoza DeBayle in 1979 and then ruled Nicaragua from 1979 to 1990. Then …
answered Mar 7 by JMS
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Not tried for Treason, and the other answers already detail that. But Lee and Jefferson Davis were not covered by the President Johnson's General Amnesty. I remember in 1976, when President Jimmy Ca …
answered Aug 20 '18 by JMS
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Background: In a word diversity. The Balkans incorporate the historic boundaries were multiple rival beliefs and cultures meet. It was where the Eastern and Western Roman Empires met. …
answered Aug 7 '18 by JMS
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Question: When did FDR announce he was running for a third term and was their any outrage. There appears to be a lack of serious or strong criticism and I'm trying to understand why. It appe …
answered Mar 25 '18 by JMS
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From a Chinese perspective Positives: Deng Xiaoping was given some authority to rebuild the economy. In the long term, Deng Xiaoping would be a revolutionary, positive leader for the Chinese people …
answered Nov 29 '17 by JMS
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Why was it necessary to maintain a balance of power between the Slave and Free states? Because without a balance of Senate seats Congress could vote to make slavery illegal, which they ultimately …
answered Aug 15 '18 by JMS
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That would be John C. Calhoun. The answer is probable. Andrew Jackson might have threatened to kill his Vice President John C. Calhoun. Andrew Jackson definitely said he regretted not killing him. …
answered Nov 29 '17 by JMS
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Question: Did FDR support Herbert Hoover for President in 1920? . Short Answer: Hoover was a wealthy, admired, and world famous man before WWI. His humanitarian efforts both as a privat …
answered Jul 9 '18 by JMS
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Question: Why did US invade Hawaii ? Short Answer: The United States was interested in expanding trade in the Far East. In order to accomplish this they needed coal refueling bases. Hawaii w …
answered Dec 19 '18 by JMS
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Question: Was the Somerset Decision in 1772 in England the real underlying cause of the American Revolutionary war? He said the real reason for the revolutionary war was not for freedom …
answered Aug 22 by JMS

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