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tariffs
on
imported
goods
as
well
as
eliminating
tariffs
within
the
 country.


 
 Movement
begun
in
the
mid‐20th
century
that
sought
to
preserve
the
natural
world
 from
the
effects
of
human
effect
and
to
restore
those
areas
already
affected.

 
 Refers
to
the
forced
removal
of
an
ethnic
group
from
an
area
by
force
in
order
to
 create
an
ethnically
homogenous
state.
 
 Form
of
national
identity
in
which
the
state
derives
political
legitimacy
from
 historical
cultural
or
hereditary
groupings.
 
 Process
by
which
new
ethnic
identities
are
created.
 
 Literary
and
philosophical
movement
popular
after
WWII
that
explored
the
 meaning
(or
lack
of
meaning)
of
human
existence
in
a
world
where
evil
seemed
to
 triumph
and
God
seemed
absent.

Existentialist
addressed
the
question
of
“being,”
 arguing
that
God
did
not
endow
spiritual
goodness
or
determine
the
nature
of
a
 person’s
existence,
but
rather
that
the
individual,
through
action
and
choice,
 created
his
or
her
authentic
self.
 
 Political
movement
that
began
in
Italy
in
the
1920s
under
the
leadership
of
Benito
 Mussolini.

Fascism
glorified
the
state
over
the
people
and
their
individual
or
civil
 rights
and
stressed
the
important
of
violence
and
warfare
in
making
a
nation
 strong.

It
was
characterized
by
extreme,
often
expansionist
nationalism,
and
 antisoc...
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