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America's Place in World History

http://www.achls.org The American College of History and Legal Studies - Train to be a leader. Opening in the fall, 2010 To Americans, history is perceived as a one-sided series of events, independent of the involvement of any other nation. On any given day, American's can turn on the television, pick up a paper or listen to the radio and find current number of us troops killed and wounded in Iraq. But what about the numbers from the other side? Judging from the media's coverage, such numbers don't concern American audiences -- and we ignore them at our own, and history's peril. New York University Professor Thomas Bender, author of A Nation Among Nations: America's Place in World History, sat down with Dean Lawrence R. Velvel The American College of History and Legal Studies - Train to be a leader. Opening in the fall, 2010
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