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AMSTERDAMAmerican students traveling abroad confirm the findings of a study indicating that Washington's unilateral approach to foreign policy has seriously undermined Americans' chances of getting laid.
"I've been in Amsterdam for two months and have yet to begin a conversation with a cute girl that hasn't ended in a lecture about how big, evil America is taking everyone's oil," said college sophomore Brad Higgs, a participant in Johns Hopkins University's study-abroad program. "I offer to buy them a drink, and they tell me I shouldn't just stand by and watch Bush destroy the world
On April 7, CNET News.com reported the following: "The University of Illinois tied for 17th place in the world finals of the Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest. ...
"That's the lowest ranking for the top-performing U.S. school in the 29-year history of the competition. Shanghai Jiao Tong University of China took top honors this year, followed by Moscow State University and the St. Petersburg Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics. Those results continued a gradual ascendance of Asian and East European schools during the past decade or so. A U
This is a special lecture given by Ronnie Littlejohn and based on the book, The Rape of Nanking:
The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II (Penguin Books, 1998) by Iris Chang.
I. When did WW II begin? For America, on Dec. 7, 1941. For Europe, Sept. 1, 1939 (Hitler's
invasion of Poland), but in Asia, with Japan's invasion of Manchuria in 1931.
Japan in the 1930s was driven by militarism and ultra-nationalism. Sought to unite all of Asia.
launched the Sino-Japanese war by taking Manchuria. Japan installed a puppet emperor to rule
China. They bombed Shanghai in 1932, and when condemned, they withdrew from the League of
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