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The Cuban Missile Crisis was a direct and dangerous confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and was the moment when the two superpowers came closest to nuclear conflict.

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Which statement BEST describes John Locke’s argument against the “divine right of kings” theory of government? A. Kings cannot have divine right because they are not officially part of the church. B. There is no scientific evidence supporting the existence of a divine right of kings. C. Divine right can only be claimed by those who afford basic rights to the people they rule. D. While kings have a divine right to rule, they are responsible for providing basic rights to their subjects.
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Cases dealing with international law are heard in The International Court of Justice.
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Lincoln s references to birth at the beginning and the end of The Gettysburg Address suggest that he a. recognizes the need for humor at a sad time. b. is concerned with population losses due to battlefield casualties. c. is aware of the nation s short history. d. wishes to relate complex ideas to a common experience.
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was made leader of the colonial army in 1775 User: Cases dealing with international law are heard in which court? A. the International Court of Justice B. the United States Supreme Court C. the European Union Council D. the Court of International Unity
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George Washington was made leader of the Colonial Army in 1775.

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