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1. Dewey973-8.htm
Century american history. good guys, bad guys, and Just regular folks Great set By 1900 the american nation had established itself 300 years of american history was no more
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WESTWEB WestWeb is a topically-organized and very extensive website about the study of the American West created and maintained by Catherine Lavender. Under each topic heading, you will find collections of primary and secondary documents, biographical and bibliographical resources, lists of hot links to other sites of interest, and images
19th Century America Very extensive listing, by topic, of 19th Century American history. Good Guys, Bad Guys, and Just Regular Folks Great set of links to all sorts of personalities of the old west.
America At the Turn of the Century By 1900 the American nation had established itself as a world power. The West was won. The frontier the great fact of 300 years of American history was no more." Get an overview of 19th century accomplishments in America from this page which recounts notable historical events. The Incorporation of America Following the Civil War, Americans saw many changes in almost every facet of their day-to-lives. In his book, which is presented here, Alan Tractenberg covers a variety of topics in a most interesting and educational way. Learn about baseball, advertising, the lives of housewives as relates to preparing a daily meal, socialism, Jewish immigration, department stores and catalogues, and so much more that you'll need to budget your time carefully to cover it all.

2. - Of Good Guys And Bad Guys, Generals And Gangsters
Of good guys and bad guys, Generals and Gangsters. Of good guys and bad guys, Generals and Gangsters. by Ernest W. Adams. Copyright © 2000 by Ernest W. Adams. All rights reserved. but like it or not, its a fact of history. under the surface theyre regular folks with their own lives
Of Good Guys and Bad Guys, Generals and Gangsters Of Good Guys and Bad Guys, Generals and Gangsters
by Ernest W. Adams Quite a few years ago now, Electronic Arts published a game called Patton versus Rommel , about a hypothetical matchup between two of World War II’s greatest generals. In reality, Patton and Rommel never faced one another – Rommel was invalided home to Germany with injuries before Patton arrived in Normandy. In the tradition of most wargames, you could play either side – take Patton’s army and try to fight your way into Normandy, or take Rommel’s and push the Allies back into the sea. If you took Rommel’s side, you were obviously playing in support of the Nazi regime. The game didn’t address the moral question that this raises; it was a straightforward wargame about troops and tanks, battle and maneuver. Wargames tend to avoid social or political issues to concentrate on purely military ones. Each side is fighting to achieve its objectives without any reference to their motivations or the rights of the situation. Risk is a nice case in point – every player is trying to take over the world, but none of them has an agenda or a political ideology. It’s a simple, symbolic wargame.

3. AnimEssay
An interpretive analysis comparing the styles of american and Japanese animation. a little look at its history. First, let's figure good guys find. bad guys, good guys talk with bad guys, good guys on a regular basis. The. american writers are
Anime versus American Animation
Thesis Statement
This is my thesis statement while American animation and Japanese animation
both have their virtues, the style of American animation, in general, has
a significant amount of higher quality.
Where to Begin? Where to be Going?
To begin with, one of the major problems that has hindered American animation
is budget and time constraints. On the other hand, in Japan, anime has been
allowed to flourish all over. When it comes to animation, it seems that Hollywood
simply does not take it seriously and would rather throw its millions into
"live action" films and TV shows. There is only one company in Hollywood
which devotes a significant amount of its resources to advancing our heritage
in animation, and that's Disney. Comparatively, its Japanese cousin has hundreds.
This is a real shame considering that animation itself was originally pioneered
by us. The American form of animation has not had its techniques advanced

4. American History Since 1865
american history since 1865. This page was developed as a study page for Armstrong Atlantic State University's course, HIS251 american history Since 1865. It consists of Internet Sources and text. required some supposedly good guys to magically appear, control by out of touch folks who frowned on strikes
American History since 1865
This page was developed as a study page for Armstrong Atlantic State University's course,
American History Since 1865.
It consists of Internet Sources and text.
If this site helps you, also see Dick's New Russia Transition when you take Armstrong Atlantic State University's course,
POS349, Political Transformation of the Former Soviet Union, .
March 2, 1997 Henry Steele Commager, an American historian who believed in the U.S. Constitution died Monday, at 95.
Internet Sources
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USA: Outline of American History (1990) The History and Research Area The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: History ... Outline of the Civil War from Great American ... Just before there was a Civil War. The Lincoln Election of 1860 , after he had won the Republican Nomination in 1860 put the North in the driver's seat to the nation's future, and the South did not like where the driver was headed. Economic and social roads that would be driven by the North did not provide the Southern ruling class any passanger satifaction. There had , for many years, been regional differences between the south and north in the areas of taxes, tariffs and westward expansion. The South's power structure especially feared for the elimination of slavery. In 1860, soft talkin' politicians in the Republican party said they wouldn't disrupt slavery but Southern leaders immediately acted when they heard Lincoln's pledge to NOT abolish slavery. Southern leaders may have known a Republican presidential candidate pledge

5. Muslims Are Good Folks
Muslims are good folks. One fellow studied much about Ilsamic history. Here is bad parts. For instance, they think Jihad is simply and internal struggle. 3) True Muslims. These guys
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Posted on 11/13/2003 7:54:28 AM PST by stainlessbanner
I wish more Americans had an opportunity to get to know Muslims. Then they would not be susceptible to the silly anti-Muslim propaganda that is floated by some right-wing Christians. Muslims are good folks. One fellow e-mailed me quite convinced that Muslims lop off the heads of every infidel they meet. I've been a guest in the homes of many Muslim friends, and the only thing they lopped off were extra servings of lamb. People believe such nonsense because they are ignorant of the facts. The oldest Christian communities in the world are in Muslim countries. Some of the oldest Jewish communities in the world are in Muslim countries. The deputy foreign minister of Iraq is a Christian. Saddam Hussein donated $1 million to help build a Christian church in the United States. There are Christians in prACactically all Muslim countries, and there have been for centuries. I've said all this before, but when lies blow strong, truth bears repeating. Islam, like other religions, has different groups. Some are strict in their observances, and they might be likened to the Christian Pilgrims who settled Massachusetts. But even the most strict commonly called fundamentalists these days know that a Muslim is commanded to treat Jews and Christians "as I would treat myself," in the words of a Hamas leader.

6. Weatherman
Peaceful crowds beaten, leaders assassinated, regular violence against the they woulddeck the bad guys, and before Oh good, young american officers and their
Weatherman Go Back to Page 1 You Don't Need A Weatherman. By Jack Radey
I haven't seen the Weatherman movie, and probably won't I have friends who were in the Weather Underground, who I love and respect OK, that's out of the way.
Back in the day, as my son would say, I was involved in the anti-Vietnam War movement from 1965 through 1973 Every conceivable tactic was used Teach-ins, prayer vigils, non-violent civil disobedience, street theater, blockades, draft resistance, drama, song, organizing among unions, the military, the churches, etc etc It was endless And all of it together was aimed towards a common goal; namely mobilizing the majority of the American people against the War in Vietnam At the same time we were using similar approaches to defending communities of color against assaults by the authorities, and trying to advance the Civil Rights agenda in various ways.
It is in this context that the Weather Underground appeared. And in a milieu that was open to most tactical approaches, theirs stood out. The thing that made them stand out most was that they seemed to have the predictable guaranteed effect of turning people against the cause that they were ostensibly meant to advance. The Weather Underground was into violence.
Now, I am not among those with any spiritual or philosophical problems with violence. It has its uses, both in self defense and occasionally for other things. But one rule usually holds, which is that it is almost always a real bad idea to TALK about using violence. It gives your enemies not only a big stick of an argument to beat you, and anyone else who supports the same cause with, it allows them far more freedom to do what they do best, which is to beat you with a physical big stick. They have lots of people on their payroll who have trouble making coherent arguments, but are wizards with batons, tear gas, pistols, shotguns, wire taps, , etc. But when they use these "arguments", they usually look real bad to a lot of people, unless you give them a good excuse. Enter the Weather folk.

7. Candidate Affirms His Support Of Slavery
To maica. It would be interesting to know what regular folks will think about Sometimesthe good guys go too far, and sometimes the bad guys get it
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Posted on 05/01/2004 8:23:20 PM PDT by Lando Lincoln
Yesterday at a noontime rally, Sen. Kerry defended the rights of slaveholders in the face of mounting criticism from Christian clergy, who call slavery immoral and an affront to Christianity. Responding to abolitionists picketing the rally with signs saying ''Shame, shame Mr. Kerry,'' he said that as a Christian he personally opposes slavery but supports the rights of property owners. Spokesman David Wade said Sen. Kerry believes the separation of church and state ''helped make religious affiliation a non-issue in American politics.'' He urged leadership to ''protect the right of choice,'' noting that the Supreme Court upheld the right of slave ownership in the 1857 Dred Scott decision. Sen. Kerry graciously agreed to a question and answer session. Following are excerpts from our conversation. Sen. Kerry, what is your basic position on this issue? ''Slavery should be rare, but it should be safe and legal, and the government should stay off of the plantation.'' Do you believe slavery is permitted under our Constitution?

8. Syd Allan: America-Bashing Is Counter-Productive
carriers by saying It s okay we re the good guys. the one side, and honest, hardworking, regular folks on the should be damned for all its bad qualities if
Syd Allan: America-Bashing is Counter-Productive
February 13, 2004
The most important political dichotomy in the U.S. is between the people who have more questions than answers, and the people who have more answers than questions. To effect real political change in America we have to help the first group gain more influence than the second. This week NBC is broadcasting Late Night With Conan O'Brien from Canada, and Canadians should feel flattered and grateful for the attention. But on Tuesday when Conan mentioned President Bush during his opening monologue, the Toronto audience immediately started booing. Similar sentiments toward U.S. politicians (and soldiers) are unfortunately very common in Canada. We Canadians like to differentiate ourselves from Americans: we pride ourselves on being socially responsible racially tolerant pacifists; we stick maple leaves all over our clothes and luggage when we travel, because we've been told that Europeans and others are always happy to hear that we're from Canada and not the United States; we sympathize with people who believe that the United States is imposing a double-standard when they demand that other nations eliminate their weapons of mass destruction while the U.S. spends billions of dollars developing their own WMD's; we groan when Americans justify their nuclear weapons and aircraft carriers by saying It's okay: we're the good guys. We would never abuse our power;

9. Syd Allan: Who Should We Blame For Iraqi Prisoner Abuse?
Then they will punish the bad People in a dramatic way ask the important questions,and the regular folks who have a long time, and give the good guys time to
Syd Allan: Who Should We Blame For Iraqi Prisoner Abuse?
May 2, 2004
I think that Southern Baptists and other American fundamentalist Christians should accept a fair part of the blame for the recent abuse of prisoners in the American military-controlled Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. The irony is that most of them undoubtedly believe that the solution to the problem lies in people invoking scripture more often, and not less. The idea that this is an isolated incident caused by a few bad-apple M.P. reservists is ridiculous. The New York Times and NPR and other liberal media outlets will demand that we search up along the chain of command to find the real cause of the problem (and I'm not just talking about the chain that leads to Brig. Gen. Janis Karpinski, although Section Three of Army Maj. Gen. Antonio M. Taguba's Article 15-6 Investigation of the 800th Military Police Brigage report does make her look pretty incompetent), but the average American will not have the patience for that. The Bush administration, along with Clear Channel and Fox News and the other organizations that pander to the average idiot will treat this situation using the same approach that got us into this mess in the first place: by conducting a witch-hunt to put everyone (in this case, everyone in the U.S. military) into two groups the Bad People, and everyone else. Then they will punish the Bad People in a dramatic way, and wash their hands clean of the whole thing. Then it's back to church to sing about how morally upright they all are.

10. Dean's World: Tiresome Falsehoods
Maybe they ve watched too many bad adventure movies where all the good guys intelis even more unlikely to envision a war than regular folks for the
Dean's World
Defending the liberal tradition in history, science, and philosophy. Main .:: Dean's World: Tiresome Falsehoods ::. July 11, 2003 Tiresome Falsehoods Dr. Weevil says he's tired of seeing the same old contemptible lies being repeated about the U.S. and the U.K.'s efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Arguments that have been demolished rise up and must be answered again and again and again, because no canonical answers to these spurious accusations exists. I'm sure some of you are familiar with the litany: "Only poor ghetto kids are fighting over there," "America was convinced to go to war with Iraq based on the presence of Weapons of Mass Destruction," "America only goes to war against People of Color," and so on. Weevil's tired of explaining, again and again, why these claims are bogus. So am I. A FAQ should be developed, which can be referred to by those who want to debunk these tiresome, spurious claims. I would happily contribute to such a project, but I just don't have the energy to spearhead the effort. I would, on the other hand, be happy to provide input and resources, such as mailing lists and web space, to help make it happen. Such a project would require a small group of leaderstwo or three people at most I would thinkto guide contributors. To be clear, this could not be a "democratic" effort: someone would have to be in charge of determining what makes sense vs. what does not, what's merely partisan point-scoring vs. what are legitimately fair answers to spurious accusations.

11. : Wall Touches A Nerve
is black, a color associated with evil and bad guys. Work hard and be good. — AaronSmallwood way of transforming brave but otherwise regular folks into icons
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Wall touches a nerve
Fallen vets ‘gave the ultimate sacrifice' By Bill Snead , Journal-World Senior Editor Tuesday, November 11, 2003 Larry Meadows was an Army staff sergeant in Vietnam, hauling fuel in convoys that slogged along dirt roads not far from the North Vietnam border. advertisement He and his well-armed escorts made stops at places like Dong Ha, Khe Sanh and Camp Eagle, providing gasoline and diesel fuel for the Marines and Army. "It was serious. It was a learning experience and I don't think I could have gotten it anywhere else," he said recently, sitting in the office of his construction business in Tonganoxie. At 27 years old, Meadows was one of the older heads in his unit during his 11-month Vietnam tour. His Kansas City Army Reserve unit was called to active duty in 1969. Meadows, 61, is among the thousands of Americans for whom "the wall" the Vietnam Veterans Memorial has special meaning. "You read about how young the average age is of the men whose names are on the wall in Washington," he said, "and you just ..."

12. Fanzing 25 - Feb/Mar 2000 - Superman 101 -
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Welcome back (or for the first time) to Superman 101. This month I'm reviewing only Superman #2, because 1) I have some lengthy comments about the revamp from two of our readers, and 2) I ran out of time! SUPERMAN #2
Writer/Penciller: John Byrne
Inker: Terry Austin Comments!
David Schock
Thanks for the comments David. Glad to see a regular from alt.comics.superman reading my column! After reading Comicbookman's letter about the revised Superman I sat down and composed my thoughts on the character and thought I'd share them with you. I am not John Byrne's biggest fan, nor am I his biggest detractor. But this is more than just about Byrne isn't it? All that said it's also true that someone of Alan Moore's creative capability could write interesting stories about the pre-Byrne Man of Steel. But the point is that there are very few Alan Moore's out there and what John Byrne did was stimulate many other writers with his changes to the character.

american public school, where the smart guys get held than from other parents whoare saying bad things about the Really good info on the poll and reactions to
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JAMES LILEKS has an interesting take on this Disney wartime DVD set. It almost makes me wish I'd brought it to the beach. But in fact we haven't watched any of the videos we brought non-swimming and non-fishing time has been filled with checkers, Monopoly, and best of all sitting on the porch talking. The DVDs won't come out unless the weather turns sour. If you've been trying to reach me by email, well, don't hold your breath for a reply. I've only been online at all because the InstaWife keeps checking her email and her film website daily. And based on my cursory look, the blogosphere seems to be doing just fine without me. See you later! posted at 09:42 AM by Glenn Reynolds
JOANNE JACOBS notes the sad fate of a teacher who knew too much. God forbid that students should learn the wrong things. . . . posted at 09:30 AM by Glenn Reynolds
STEPHEN BAINBRIDGE has thoughts on positive and negative rights. Meanwhile Megan McArdle has some related thoughts, in response to William Saletan. "But it is Saletan who appears confused, not Reagan. What he is describing is not liberty; it is security. Security is also valuable and good, but it is not the same thing as liberty." (Via Stephen Green,

14. Nelly Gay Guys (and The History Of My Love For Them)
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My love and esteem to every sexually atypical person who has ever been born. Gay, straight, transgendered, intersexual, or choose your own label. Below are a couple of thousand feeble words trying to record my joy in loving a select slice of you. Victor Story and John Emmet Belue. One afternoon when Victor came home from work they kissed. It was their way of coming out to me.

15. The Corner On National Review Online
resolutions on Cuba (good), Israel (bad) and american foreign policy (worse York/TriState NRO folks There is a great a period in american history where librarians where warriors
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    It's important not to stretch too far when looking to draw wider meaning from the appalling number of heat-wave related deaths this summer in France. The French family is not about to fall apart, and France's healthcare system is better than anything across the English Channel. That said, a death toll on the scale that occurred was more than a series of individual tragedies, and it deserves more of a response than it seems to have got. Writing for Austria's Format magazine, Christian Ortner has not been impressed: ""European intellectuals went wild when the electricity failed in Baghdad. They note the 10,000 heat deaths in France with a shrug of the shoulders." This is an analogy that shouldn't be pushed too far, but interesting nonetheless. Via Bill Dawson blogging away from Vienna
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    GARETH JONES Andrew Stuttaford
    I'm currently reading a book about the strange fate of Gareth Jones , the young Welsh journalist who did what Walter Duranty wouldn't, and told the truth about the Ukrainian famine. A year or two later he traveled to Manchuria, where he came to a mysterious and tragic end in August 1935.

16. The Secret History Of Mind Control
A E did this, it was called The bad Trip to Edgewood 100x the normal dose of LSDand these guys now 40 of course the Russians were of course very good at this
Mind Control
Interview with Walter Bowart
The Secret History of Mind Control CKLN-FM Mind Control Series CKLN 88.1 FM Ryerson Polytechnical University Toronto Ontario
International Connection Mind Control Series
Producer/Interviewer: Wayne Morris Wayne Morris: Good morning and welcome to International Connection. We are in show #33 in our series on Mind Control, and today we are going to hear a presentation, The Secret History of Mind Control, given by Walter Bowart at the Ritual Trauma Child Abuse and Mind Control Conference in Atlanta in October, 1997. Walter Bowart is an investigative journalist and author of one of the original books about mind control in the late seventies entitled, Operational Mind Control. And now, Walter Bowart: Introduction by Sylvia Gillotte: I guess Walter almost needs no introduction because he was really probably the first person to publicly write about mind control and its origins and so forth. His book, Operation Mind Control, is available at his table at the back. Most recently Walter was involved as a consultant in the making of the movie, Conspiracy Theory, and some of you may have seen him actually interviewed for an HBO special promoting the movie. It was the first time I ever got to see what Walter looked like so I could recognize him when he came. He has the Freedom of Thought Foundation, which he will tell you about. He is going to share his information with you, so welcome Walter. Walter Bowart: I would like to thank some people. I was going to save it until the end but I want to get it right up front since a couple of them are here. I would like to thank Mike Coyle for what he contributed to this. What you are going to see is a series of out-takes, some are from videos, and a lot of them are still ... it's a very rough presentation of what's going to be a documentary. I would like to thank Mike Coyle who is retired from the field. He had the Mindnet Journal which was on the internet, and he did a terrific job of research. He is finding that a lot of the critical things that we are going to talk about as we get toward the end of this show, are actually removed from journals ... pages torn out of academic research journals and things. Somebody doesn't want this information out.

17. Still Processing After All These Days (EasyPrint)
Apparently, she s a regular rider of DC s Metro (their subway), and, as For good orbad. The bad guys, by definition, are bad guys because they re attacking my
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Still processing after all these days
By David Gewirtz
About this editorial
This editorial is more personal than many we've published and explores issues from the recent tragedy. Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz also talks about the role of technology, in particular mobile technology, in the crisis. In the spirit of goodwill, we ask that you read this article as one person's opinion, still somewhat unformed, and that you refrain from sending "hate mail" if you disagree. Our nerves are still a bit too raw. If you do have constructive comments, supporting statements, or well-reasoned criticism, feel free to post your messages on the PowerBoards. I've gotta tell you, I'm still processing all this stuff. It's been about three weeks since the triple play against the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and that plane out in western Pennsylvania. I still haven't quite gotten my thoughts in order and I know few who have. I'm writing this in PalmPower because I think it still needs discussing. But I'll warn you upfront. This editorial is raw, intense, and edgy. If you're squeamish, this one might not be for you. To me, this is a very local story. The World Trade Center is about 50 minutes from here, just up the Turnpike. There are cars parked in the lot at the nearby Princeton Junction train station that haven't moved since September 11.

18. Lenni Brenner: Dave Van Ronk
A Pocket Guide to Environmental bad guys by James Ridgeway and Who s that, singin so good?, he asked. as meaning a regular guy, with a regular voice, but
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19. William MacDougall: America's In-Bedded Journalism
Writing in Town Hall, Coulter s regular syndicated column hear it for the trriumphof good over evil the usual supporting cast of freedom threatening bad guys.
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20. House In Progress: We Get Mail.
you guys are really nice. Sorry about the bad punctuation/grammer should you noticeany A good thread at american Bungalow forum discussing the issue is here.
Diary of the restoration of a neglected Chicago bungalow. Diary Ideas Shop About Us
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We get mail.
Category: Mailbag Because this weblog was started for our friends and family members in distant places , we are always astonished at the variety of folks who actually read this stuff. Sure, we know my dad will always be casting around here...but the folks in Qatar ? (We love you, don't get me wrong, but I'm baffled. Or fixing up old houses is something that more people are doing than we realize. OR...our writing is SO BAD and the photos are SO STRANGE that we have accidentally become Weblog Freaks of the Internet.) However, in our mailbox this week , we got a note that might help explain things . We get a lot of mail that you don't see and I'd like to get organized enough to post some of it sometime, just because I think readers have shared great questions and ideas that we all might learn from. You know, since you're here anyway and we all have some sharing to do in the "bungled bungalow" crowd. Okay. So.

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