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In my International Politics class, we’re talking about theories of International Relations. Like maps, we need theories to navigate a complex world. Maps and theories show the world from different perspectives. For example: Some maps are just plain wrong, though: … Continue reading
WSJ’s interactive map here. At least one in five residents in New Mexico, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oregon and Louisiana are food stamp recipients. (Thanks, NH).
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from alphadesigner.com Europe According to the United States of America “Where I Live” Europe According to Britain
Handy in so many ways…