Modern World Midterm

Modern World Midterm - Mike Gemmati Dr. Malik HST 102.07...

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Mike Gemmati Dr. Malik HST 102.07 10/7/07 Question # 1 Martin Luther King Jr., a famous American civil rights leader once said, “ Nothing in the world is more dangerous than a sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. When deciding my view point on the topic of what do I think is the importance of the study of the world history to us as Americans is, this quote played a large role. The United States of America for many reasons is the sole super power of the world. I feel that with this title there are many things that a country of our power is obligated to do and the best way to do this is to have a vast knowledge of history because it tends to repeat itself. In the first place, history offers a storehouse of information about how people and societies behave. Understanding the operations of people and societies is difficult. How can we evaluate war if the nation is at peace—unless we use historical materials? How can we understand the influence of technological innovation, or the role that beliefs play in shaping family life, if we don't use what we know about experiences in the past? The United States is a leader wither we like it or not, our economy and our strength
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2009 for the course HST 102.07 taught by Professor Malik during the Spring '07 term at SUNY Brockport.

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Modern World Midterm - Mike Gemmati Dr. Malik HST 102.07...

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