TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS AND SOLUTION
a. Polarity is a term applied to covalent compounds. Polar covalent compounds have an
unequal sharing of electrons in bonds that results in unequal charge distribution in the
Jacksons Frontier and Turners Thesis Questions- After The Fact
1. What is a small-scale theory? Small scale theory is called to explain specific
puzzles such as why slavery didnt become entrenched in Virginia before 1660.
2. What is a grand scale theory?
2LT GABRIEL TRIPP
WAR OF 1812
WHAM videos: (1) 3 logics people use to say things are good or how to make a judgement.
Consequentialism, deliberation, appropriateness. Logic of action, they are not strategic.
Consequentialism, your coast analysis. What do I gain from here? Logic that i
How can the US use public diplomacy more effectively?
With an ever changing world one must look at the fields in the international realm that are still effective
and what is coming up in the ranks as the most effective and efficient means of communication
Shiffman: The beginning of the Shiffman text breaks down the sanctions the United States placed on
Cuba and how they effected the totalitarian government under Castro. The economy itself was never
actually hurt by sanctions of the U.S. but more hurt by wh
Russia and the United States have both found themselves rooted in Russia fighting the Islamic State.
Russia finds themselves helping Assad while the United States feel he is one of the principal actors in
encouraging the warfare associated with the Islami
Chapter 5 Drezner: Eclectic analytical sanctions are the most successful tool in moving countries away
from or toward what we desire. Its a wider range of approaches studying not only the regime type but
also what is going on economically and so forth. Di
Chapter One Solingen: Chapter one in the book breaks down the set up for the rest of the book and also
has a break down of what will and what will not be discussed in the book. It gives a general running
definition of sanctions as well as positive inducem
Sanctions are the topic of discussion as well as reading this week. But what is a sanctions and
when is the most successful time to use this measure? A sanction is a threatened plan of action against a
country through the international realm that is threa
Coercion has become a widely needed and used tactic in international relations through the
years. As technology and the logistics of power and the way the world works, the countries of the world
have come up with new tactics and ways around wars and polit
Mandel Gunboat diplomacy: Mandel has 10 hypothesis for the gunboat diplomacy. (1) G.D. is more
successful if the action is definitive rather than purposeful, catalytic, or expressive (limited and selfcontained) . (2) G.D. is more successful if the action
Defining Power Lecture
Power: in a relational sense. You have power over someone if you can get them to do something they
would not normally do. Effect the behavior of someone. Wilder of power has a target and a desired goal.
Will obtain pow
The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution
The Clash of Cultures on the Plains
In the West, soldiers spread cholera, typhoid, and smallpox to the Indians. They
also reduced the bison population through hunting.
The federal government tried t
Hinging the Open Door in China
Following China's defeat by Japan in 1894-1895, several European powers move
into China. Secretary of State John Hay released the Open Doornote, which
urged foreign powers to respect Chinese commercial rights. Russia was the
Dewey's May Day Victory at Manila
The Spanish military significantly outnumbered the American army, but American
naval ships were in much better condition than the Spanish.
Commodore George Dewey's 6-ship fleet attacked Spain's Philippines on May
Empire and Expansion
America Turns Outward
Americans felt that expansion to overseas markets might provide relief to the
labor violence and agrarian unrest that existed in the country. Americans also felt
emboldened with a new sense of power gen
Wilsonian Progressivism at High Tide
The Federal Farm Loan Act of 1916 made low-interest rate loans available to
farmers. The Warehouse Act of 1916 enabled farmers to take out loans against
the value of their staple crops, which were stored in government
Workers in Wartime
Workers were discouraged from striking by the War Department's decree in 1918
that threatened to draft any unemployed male.
The National War Labor Board tried to fix labor disputes before they hurt the
war effort. The IWW (Industrial Wo
Progressivism and the Republican Roosevelt
The progressive movement started at the beginning of the 20th Century. It sought to use the
government to improve human welfare, and they fought monopolies, corruption, inefficiency, and
The "Roosevelt Panic" of 1907
Theodore Roosevelt was re-elected as president in 1904. President
Roosevelt made it known that he would not run for a 3 rd term.
The panic of 1907 was a short economic downturn that resulted in
financial reforms. Congress pas
Wilsonian Progressivism at Home and Abroad
Woodrow Wilson became the governor of New Jersey by campaigning against
trusts and promising to return the state government to the people.
The "Bull Moose" Campaign of 1912
The Democrats chose Woodrow W
The War to End War
On January 31, 1917, Germany announced its decision to wage unrestricted
submarine warfare on all ships, including American ships, in the war zone.
Germany hoped that this act would take Britain out of the war before the
Blitzkrieg/Sitzkrieg First means lightning war. Blitz was a
tactic used by Germany which was sending in large, heavily
armed columns by ground and using a ton of aerial bombings to
beat the opponent into submission. Used in Poland and later in
Blue Horizon Chamber Right after WWI, France elected a
very conservative government, just like they had done following
other major conflicts like the Napoleonic wars. Because many
of them were military officers in blue uniforms they got this
Sudetenland Edge of Czechoslovakia where there were a lot
Germans. Used to be part of Germany and Hitler wanted it
back. He provoked the Czech police by having the Germans
there rebel so he had the justification to come in and take it.
Brought about the
Stavinsky Affair Stravisky was a gangster with political
connections. There was some scheme of his that was
uncovered and he committed suicide, but then there was a
cover-up apparently by the government. It became a rallying
point for the right wing fact
Ramsay MacDonald Leader of the first Labour Party ministry
ever. They received the second largest number of votes during
post war era. He wanted social reforms, not communistic
seizure of property. His main goal was to present the country
with a respecta
Sinn Fein Political movement in Ireland. Almost all the Irish
parliamentary members once elected refused to sit. Instead
they stayed in Ireland and declared Irish independence.
IRA Irish Republican Army. They were formed from the Sinn
Fein. They fought w