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    of communism in Vietnam can be contributed to the country’s colonization under French. When France claimed Vietnam, they introduced the country to European culture, as well as to Communism. Which is an ideology originating in Europe. Then “by forcing the Viet Minh government to lead national resistance against colonialism, the French inadvertently helped the Communists acquire much-needed legitimacy.” However, after Vietnam’s invasion of Cambodia in 1978, 835,000 Vietnamese people were…

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    third estate, by the looks of his outfit. During this time the king refused to mandate voting by head or person rather than by order, because of this the third estate fought back, for if they did vote by head the third estate would have the advantage over the other two estates. They held meetings and elected deputies to write down their grievances, by doing this they thought the king would solve all their problems, but then France experienced a food shortage. During this time many of the…

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    The Royal Commission on the Constitution as ‘ the delegation of central government powers without the relinquishment of sovereignty’. In other words, devolution means power is given from Westminster to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing them greater control over their own affairs, as well as the authority to make their own laws in certain areas. Yet, this does not promise full independence as Westminster still retains power over key areas such as defence. Devolution started when…

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    Both articles “If You’re a Market Bull Then Root for These Teams in the Super Bowl” published by Fortune and “Does the World Cup predict stock markets?” published by The Telegraph, discus the correlation between the winners of major sport championships and the following returns in the stock market. The article in Fortune deliberates how the stock markets will perform based on the “Super Bowl predictor”—a theory popularized by the stock analyst Robert H. Stovall, after sportswriter Leonard…

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    No matter if someone loves or hates FIFA video games, there is always excitement around the newest FIFA release amongst soccer fans. This year’s excitement is centered on FIFA 16, the newest installment in the FIFA series. Many hope that FIFA 16 would be the game that would fix all of the bugs and problems set in FIFA 15 and as of right now, it is that game. As with any new FIFA video game, there is always new features added in order to appeal to new or continuing fans. Even though FIFA 16 is an…

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    new ideas and discoveries helps change the minds of the citizens of France. With their new ideas in mind, it leads us in the French revolution where the enlightenment thinkers’ ideas can be put into action within the 18th century. This was not an easy task, but over the next couple of years the National Assembly will help guide our wants and needs as citizens of France to create a new form a government. I agree with Baker’s views of decisions of the national assembly causing the nation war and…

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    The Revolution was sparked by the National Assembly, which also helped continue the revolution. The National Assembly was a group formed from the people of the third Estate. The third Estate wanted each person to get a vote, instead of each Estate, this is because the third Estate could have 600 people rather than 300. The National assembly did have an effect on the French Revolution, but it was not a lasting one. The National Assembly could have been crucial to the French Revolution if it…

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    The French Revolution in 1789 was a time of vast change in France. Before the French Revolution, France was a monarchy under rule of King Louis XVI and was split into three Estates. As a result of the extravagant spendings of the king and queen, France was sent into debt. The King’s solution to the financial crisis, in addition to taxing the Third Estate, the king decided to tax the nobility to pay off France’s financial burdens. This new tax was questioned by the nobility, so they made King…

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    Over many years society within France has grown, there have been monarchs, revolutions, overthrows, and constitutions written. Karl Marx, through the book, The 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte, explains the uprising of a new political leader within France, Louis Napoleon or Louis Bonaparte. Bonaparte’s reign to power came with the growing dissent between the social classes within France and the revolution that followed. The choices made by the leaders that came before Bonaparte aided him in his…

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