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i was thinkin of why people study history in coellege like as amajor and how does history apply to current events?

like this economic depression right now
how does that relate to the first american revolution

like what lessons from the economic transformation durin the 1800s can be applied to our current ecomonic state?

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    What parallels do you see between the American Revolution and today's economic recession/depression? Think about the war incurred by the British in the French-Indian War. What about the U.S. war debt after the Revolution? This site has some facts.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Revolution#National_debt

    What do you know about the economic transformation during the 1800s? Do you think there's a lesson there that we should heed?

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    oh i meant american industrial revolution...

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