The ancient debate on salt and Iron
It is obvious that debating for the good for ones country is nothing new as
heated arguments have occurred all throughout history. It was in the Western Han
dynasty, 206 BCE- 8 CE, that such a debate between two sides o
The Worlds Transportation Commission
Late nineteenth century we can see the impact of industrialization on the worlds economy.
Through the large photo collection we can see the effect it had in social class and gender.
In the photograph,
RECALL: Who was the author and what were his/her main ideas?
The author of the Daodejing is thought to be a figure by the name of Laozi (300 BCE). What is
interesting about this particular figure is that there are no records that he ever existed. His main
Over the lifetime of the human race, there have been some very interesting
time periods and events during them. From wars to riots, hate crimes and
genocide, and everything in between, there has always seemed to be an
enormous variety of opinions, beliefs
Cows and human have been contact for many years since About 35,000 years. Like all
animals, humans have domesticated the cow. After we turned the once wild cow into a
domesticated animal, we used it for things like milk, meat transportation of it
After the Civil War many African Americans fled the South for the North and
West in a similar fashion to how many European immigrants fled to America.
Both sets of people were fleeing for fear of persecution and oppression due to
cultural, racial or re
The story of the Tangun legend is an interesting one that opens a persons eyes
to the rich history of Korean culture. The Tangun legend dates back to 2333 BCE.
The legend tells the story of Hwanins son named Hwanung who wanted to descend
to earth. Hwanung
Zulu and American Cultures
Family is an important concept in just about every culture that can be found
on planet earth. Although the fact that family is important is true, the way families
are set up and handled are different and very from culture to cul
Directions: For the following questions, select the two answer choices that, when used to complete the
sentence, fit the meaning of the sentence as a whole and produce completed sentences that are alike in
Questions 1-5 (Sentence Equivalence)
17 Questions (Suggested Time: 30 minutes)
Directions: Each passage in this group is followed by questions based on its content. After reading a passage, choose the
best answer to each question. Answer all questions following a passage on the basis of what
Religion and Politics
It is interesting to compare the different ways that people believe they should live their
lives. Even in modern days there is the debate between living the religious or spiritual
way of life, or living the life a given government be