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  • Okay, it is 11:24. . .there is no question here. . . .I am not going to fail this class for not posting anything.


    Okay, Kevin, you overachiever. . .I don't know how to answer that question. Post something easier to respond to.

  • It is 10:30 pm.  I too am not finding Prof. Rushford's essay question...

  • He did say something about putting up the question before the sun goes down.  I just checked.  The sunset is at 11:22 tonight so it should be up really soon.  :+)
  • I have been checking back and am confused as well.
  • Transnational ideas on War and Liberty of a Democratic Nation


    "Can any reasonable man be well disposed toward a government
    which makes war and carnage the only means of supporting itself?"
    -- Alexander Hamilton
    Source: at the US Constitutional Convention

    "All those who seek to destroy the liberties of a democratic nation
    ought to know that war is the surest and shortest means to accomplish it."
    -- Alexis de Tocqueville
    (1805-1859) French historian
    Source: Democracy in America, 1835

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  • I also thought he said he would post the question we were suppose to answer.
  • I've been checking for the last 2 hours.
  • We have the questions on our syllabus, a choice of answering one of two them, but didn't the prof say in class that he is going to give us a different question on here to respond to?  It is getting late and I might just do one of the questions in the syllabus...
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