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Friday, July 24

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Tuesday, December 9

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    Palestine
    Timeline: Al Jazeera
    Intro to Palestine:
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/palestine-a-history-rich-and-deep/2011/12/21/gIQALJ6GLP_story.html

    Refugees
    Documents:
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    Movements for the attainment of civil rights
    Inequitable distribution of wealth/resources
    (Most stuff that we used is still on Moodle)Introduction to 'democracy': http://dphistory.com/democraticstates1/
    Constitutions: http://dphistory.com/democraticstates2/
    Includes links to USA & Weimar Germany constitutions, plus a comparison exercise

    Coalition government in Australia
    Coalition government has been used effectively in Australia with an on-going coalition between the Liberal Party and the National Party (Country Party before 1982). This has been successful due to the congruence of their ideologies, but drawing voters from different and separate demographics. The Liberals mainly attract voters from the cities, often professionals or business owners. The National Party (as evidenced by its original name, the Country Party) attracts rural voters and provides a voice for farmers and those in rural and outback Australia. (The ALP, in comparison, is broadly supported by working class people.)
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