1. Why did the Lisbon earthquake present such an intellectual crisis
The Lisbon earthquake posed such intellectual crisis because of the separated beliefs
of the eighteenth century. The people were split on the question of if
1. Why did Nazism appeal to German voters?
Hitler states that propaganda is how you get to power. He says that it must target
the uneducated because there are more of them, It must be addressed always and
exclusively to the masses. (344) The recepti
1. What were the origins of the final solution in Europe?
In Hitlers speech, on 30 January 1939, he seems to be trying to justify why
the Jews are the problem, and why they are to blame. He says at the end of his
speech "the annihilation of the Jewish rac
1.What are the arguments for and against your group being extended human rights?
Write 2 separate paragraphs labeled "For" and "Against."
Group A (Religious Minorities and Questionable Professions)
Brunet De Latuque states that if someone pays
Hungary thinks Serbia should be invaded
Serbian Teriorist are Nationalist
FBI help Serbia
1. Wars of self-defense, not pre-emptive
2. Not ulterior motives
3. Probability of success
5. Exhaust peaceful means
6. Publicy declar
1. How do supporters and opponents of extending womens political rights use
motherhood, and how do they use concepts such as the nation, the state, or
society in their arguments?
Jeanne Deroin says, "The motives that led our fathers to exclude women
1. How accurate is the interpretation offered by the documentary, The Nazis: A Warning
from History, The Wrong War?
The documentary shows an actual film from the time and conducts interviews with
eyewitnesses. It depicts how each party felt during the tim
Western Civ Since 1650
1.What is life-long learning and how might the study of history contribute to
developing this ambition?
In my opinion, life-long learning is learning from experiences you have encountered
in day-to-day li