APUSH Unit VII Key Terms

1. suffragettes: Catt, Stanton, Paul, Mott 2. Treaty of Paris (1899)* 3. Conservative U.S. Supreme Court decisions: Hammer v. Dagenhart (1918); U.S. v E.C. Knight 4. “dollar diplomacy” 5. WWI: U.S. neutrality/freedom of the seas 6. child labor 7. Annexation of Hawaii 8. Hawaii/Dole/ Queen Lilioukalani 9. Spanish American War/causes 10. “Splendid little war” 11. […]

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Should I Take APUSH?

  Now is the time when high schools start handing out course verification sheets and you, being an AP World student (or not), can’t decide on whether or not to take APUSH next year. Of course, that depends on your abilities and it depends on the APUSH teacher as well. My school happens to have a […]

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The End of the World

The genie crossed his arms, “You do know you’re a bloody idiot, don’t you?” Abubakar only moved his foot so that it rested on the rune that would cause unending pain to the genie. The genie only looked at him disdainfully. “Do it.” The genie snorted, “I only wish I could create a backup file […]

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Fencing for Dummies

    Yo! It’s time to talk about one of my favorite things: fencing. There are some basic things you should know to fence well. Both Nemoullyseus and I are fencers and today, I’m going to share some little things that can decide the outcome of each bout. I should say that I fence epee […]

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Top Mistakes (Fanfic) Writers Make

  I’m going to say first off that fanfiction can generally be considered the cancer of online writing. There are really well-written fanfiction; they’re just hard to find. If you are a BatCat fan, here’s one for you here. I’m gonna reference a lot of books here and there are also some terms that most people […]

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The Beginning of an Acquaintance

The shadows outside of the tinted windows stopped moving and Tom knew that they had arrived. His silent chauffeur sat in the driver’s seat, his hands still on the steering wheel. Ready to drive once his passenger and his baggage are gone. Tom gulped and forced himself to open the door and step out. His […]

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