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Course of History

Decline of the Liberal Party 1900 to 1918

The decline of the Liberal Party was dramatic and was never reversed. In 1906, the Liberal Party achieved its greatest electoral victory. By the end of both elections in 1910, the Liberals had to rely on the support of the Labour Party and the Irish Nationalists. Why was this decline in fortunes so sudden?
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The Kama Sutra: Setting the Record Straight

Out of all the necessities in the world, three come to the forefront: food, water and reproduction. While the former two are necessary for the survival of the individual among the many, the latter is necessary for the survival of the many. Thankfully, most people tend to enjoy the process, but in some cultures, it goes far beyond enjoyment. It is valued as an art and worshipped as a religious ideal. Most simply call it sex; others call it a way of life.
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Taft and the Far East

President Taft’s aims in the Far East were to protect the territorial integrity of China and to promote the Open Door policy. Underpinning those aims was a desire to advance American business interests; an altruistic concern for the Chinese was secondary, at best.Taft’s desire to see American entrepreneurs competing against the British and others in China, did not elicit much support in the business community, whose leaders saw the markets as distant and the risks immense.
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16 February 1944

16 February 1944ItalyGermans launch a second counterattack at Anzio that nearly cuts the Allied beachhead in halfPacificUS task force attacks Truk, in the Caroline IslandsBurmaSecond Allied attempt to break the siege of the & 34;Admin Box& 34; failsHow to cite this article: Rickard, J (28 December 2007), 16 February 1944, http://www.
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