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    Going to the Territory

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    Going to the Territory Ralph Ellison’s essay “Going to the Territory” is truly a definition of American culture.  Ellison’s essay is a description of his journey from Oklahoma to Brown University and along the way he uncovers truths about the way Americans selectively acknowledge their history and ignore important aspects of their culture and let them fester into an uncontrollable problem. Ellison had a connection to Brown University before he even made it out of grammar school.  His principal

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    Psychology: Women and Territory Basic psychology is the attempt to explain and understand significant issues in human behavior which can shed light on popular misconceptions. Desmond Morris and Naomi Weisstein explore two different psychological areas that are misunderstood by the public and some psychologists. "The invading army encroaching on national territory, the gang moving into a rival district, the trespasser climbing into an orchard, the burglar breaking into a house, the bully pushing

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    British lumberjacks set up settlements in the eventual Belize. The Spanish granted them the territory. When war broke out in Europe there was an attack which was repulsed. Over the next 20 years the British had grown into the assigned area and some unsettled areas of South America establishing the now existing Belize. The Spanish never had any rule over the territory. Up to 1859 the British continued to exercise exclusive jurisdiction over the settlement, further establishing administrative control

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    Spencer Potrocky Ben Oakland Women in The Palestinian Territories: It is hard for many Americans to imagine that other countries are still fighting for equality for women. Other countries face discrimination against women, and women do not have many of the rights that Americans were born with. The Palestinian territories are an example of those countries. In this research paper, we will explore the history of the Palestinian territories. We will look at the rights of women and what struggles

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    April 1st, 1999 a new territory was created when new boundaries were drawn in Canada’s northern territory, the Northwest Territories. The Inuik people that lived in the Northwest Territories were the reason behind the motivation for the separation. After a long hard process, filled with agreements and disagreements, Nunavut was finally declared its own territory and was separated from the Northwest Territories. Nunavut, which in Inuktitut means “Our Land”, was the first significant change to the

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    of Louisiana was the greatest accomplishment during the presidency of Thomas Jefferson in 1803. The purchasing of the Louisiana Territory was the greatest presidential act important because US acquired New Orleans and the Mississippi River, it led to the Lewis and Clark expedition, and began the western expansion movement. France had control over the Louisiana Territory, but Napoleon Bonaparte needed money to prepare his troops for the upcoming war with the British. In 1802, Spanish authorities,

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    One of the proudest accomplishments of my professional career was developing an underpenetrated territory for ABC within the New York and New Jersey (NY/NJ) market. I started my career at ABC as a Sales Associate (SA) in January 2010. My primary role was to leverage multiple lead-generation tools (Salesforce.com) to create demand and qualify opportunities for the NY/NJ enterprise sales team. The company’s expectation was for each SA to make 75 calls per day and generate one million dollars of pipeline

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    Georgian Territory

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    Russia’s involvement in conflict settlement on the territory of Georgia had always been the most controversial, even before the events of August 2008. After breaking out in December 1990, the conflict in South Ossetia was ended in June 1992 by the signing of a ceasefire agreement in Dagomys. According to the agreement, Russia was to act as a guarantor of peace and security. In August 1992, there was a further escalation in another conflict on Georgian territory – in Abkhazia. According to experts, in the

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    The Louisiana Purchase

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    of democracy (LaFeber 179). In order to complete his vision the country needed more land. The Constitution did not authorize the acquisition of land, but it did provide for the making of treaties, so that Jefferson felt the acquisition of new territory was constitutional, with an amendment. He had mixed feelings about this issue and warned that American liberty would be threatened if the Constitution was distorted (LeFeber 181). He was not willing to loose the opportunity to expand the United States

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    Bleeding Kansas

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    bill proposed organizing the Nebraska territory, which also included an area that would become the state of Kansas. His bill was referred to the Committee of the Territories, which was chaired by Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois. Douglas had entered politics early and had advanced quickly; at 21 he was Illinois state's attorney, and by age 35 he was a U.S. Senator. He strongly endorsed the idea of popular sovereignty, which allowed the settlers in a territory to decide for themselves whether or not

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