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Domestic Views and Groups

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Author(s): Zach Fredman
Section in Chapter 12: The United States…

Overviews and General Works

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Author(s): Benjamin A. Coates
Section in Chapter 5: The United States,…

Overviews and Regional Studies

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Author(s): Stephen M. Streeter
Section in Chapter 9: The United States,…

U.S. Armed Forces and Strategy

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Author(s): Zach Fredman
Section in Chapter 12: The United States…

Historiography and the State of the Art

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Author(s): Deborah Kisatsky
Section in Chapter 1: Reference Works, B…

The United States and Europe, 1900-1914

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Author(s): Christopher Endy | Lelia M. Roeckell
Section in Chapter 4: United States Rela…

Expansion and Diplomacy after the Civil War

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Author(s): Christopher Endy | Lelia M. Roeckell
Section in Chapter 4: United States Rela…

Regional Studies and American Bilateral Relations

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Author(s): Deborah Kisatsky
Section in Chapter 1: Reference Works, B…

U.S. Domestic Impact of the War and the Antiwar Movement

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Author(s): Jessica M. Chapman
Section in Chapter 17: The United States…

United States of America

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United States of America: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Ut…

The Allocation of Power between Arbitral Tribunals and State Courts (Volume 390)

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Author(s): Scott Rau, Alan
Scott Rau, Alan Keywords: Arbitration | International arbitration | International commercial arbitration | Domestic competence ABSTRACT It is understood that the “jurisdiction” of an arbitral tribunal rests on the parties' consent to submit to a binding arbitration determination. In this course, Alan Scott Rau deals with the ultimate question running across our law of arbitration, which is the allocation of responsibility between State courts and arbitral tribunals. Every modern regime of arbitration takes the …

Culture

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Author(s): Amanda Boczar
Section in Chapter 27: Race, Gender, and…

Introduction: Iran, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia in the 19th century

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Author(s): and John Chesworth, Reza Pourjavady
Christian-Muslim Relations in Iran (1800-1914)Reza PourjavadyAs part of the Sasanid Empire, the land of Iran was invaded by the Arabs between 637 and 651. Ever since then, Iran has been under Muslim rule, except for a period of about 35 years in the second half of the 13th century, when the Buddhist Mongols ruled it. With the emergence of the Safavid Empire in 1501, the land was reunited and it re-asserted its Iranian identity. Several policies of the Safavids, including their proclamation of Twelver Shīʿism as the state religion, made its c…

Historiography Part I: U.S. Foreign Relations and Economic Issues since 1776

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Author(s): B. Alex Beasley
Section in Chapter 28: Economic Issues i…

Overviews

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Author(s): Chester J. Pach
Section in Chapter 14: The United States…

Christianity in 19th Century North America

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Author(s): Margaret Bendroth
previous chapter | German edition | next chapter | contents Margaret Bendroth Nineteenth-century North America opened a new chapter in the history of Christianity. For the continent as a whole, the century was one wave after another of extraordinary developments: a massive population influx from Europe, the epic and often violent conquest of frontiers, and a vigorous, freewheeling form of economic capitalism. It was also during this time that both the United States and Canada grew from European settlements …

The Closet

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Author(s): Gregory, Christian George
1 The Closet as Metaphor Historically, the closet, as a figure of speech, has been a site of privacy and secrecy. In Medieval and Renaissance literature, the closet represented the religious heart, a site …

Jesuits in Systematic Theology: A Historiographical Essay

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Author(s): Knorn, Bernhard
Bernhard Knorn1 [email protected] Last modified: January 2017Throughout the history of the Society of Jesus, its members have made important contributions to systematic theology. Indeed, many of the mos…
Date: 2019-06-18

The Mexican Revolution

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Author(s): Stephen M. Streeter
Section in Chapter 9: The United States,…

American Belligerency, 1917-1918

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Author(s): Jennifer D. Keene
Section in Chapter 10: The United States…
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