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Unformatted text preview: the names of any of my grandparents and where they were from. By knowing all this I feel like I should know the history of the country I live in too. Lets believe that each and everything happens to us has a history somewhere. For example, to learn ride a bicycle has a history. On the first day of riding a bicycle is the day you remember forever, and whenever you repeat the mistake again, you will remember that this should not be happen and you will at least try not doing it again, and this is how you learn to ride a bicycle. From this subject I expect a lot as in to get to know about the whole history how the America became United States of America, about the historical evolution of political theory, change in social dynamics and the history of political reform in America, historical role of collective action in American society, current and future challenges to the American civic community through the study of historical examples. ....
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2010 for the course HISTORY 1000 taught by Professor William during the Spring '10 term at Kean.
- Spring '10