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Puzzle 11 11 din New Balderton, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24, Regatul Unit al Marii Britanii şi Irlandei de Nord din New Balderton, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24, Regatul Unit al Marii Britanii şi Irlandei de Nord

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Puzzle 11 11 din New Balderton, Newark, Nottinghamshire NG24, Regatul Unit al Marii Britanii şi Irlandei de Nord

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Pot să-ți spun doar că Carrie Fisher este o prietenă sistah a tuturor dependenților nebuni, de știință-știință, care sunt acolo și asta o face o prietenă a mea. You Tube ei 9/29 apariția în emisiunea Today, hilar!

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This edition of "Don't Know Much About History" takes the reader to the early years of President Clinton (©1995). Subsequent versions, I believe, bring readers to more current affairs (no pun intended). I found "Don't Know Much About History" a difficult read. While the author, Kenneth C. Davis, undoubtedly knows his subject extremely well, the book read like a semi-narrative text book. Repetitive anecdotes would surround time-lined historical events throughout the book. While it was intended to clarify and guide the reader through the series of chronological events, I found the redundancy a little distracting. With that said, after the first couple chapters - which are filled with interesting and unique details of early America - the book does become a smoother read. All in all, the book provides a more dark side of the historical events we learned in high school (and lower-level college courses). Perhaps that created some bias in my perception of the book. A lot of the focus is on the wrongs and evils of key figures and events of American history. I probably would have liked the book more if I had read some more positive (and true) stories of America and its development over the past five-plus centuries. (Not necessary the sugar-coated stories of grammar school history, but perhaps more on the good that individuals, such as Eleanor Roosevelt, have done throughout history). In a nutshell, I think history buffs and history teachers may like this book. It does provide some interesting facts and a different perspective (relative to the primary and secondary academic presentation of American history) of portraying the developments that have become the United States of America.