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Winning Ideas Collection Vol. 1: U.S. History

$7.98

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Estimated to arrive by Fri, Nov 2nd. Details
FREE via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States

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Full refund available within 30 days

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DVD, HD DVD & Blu-ray

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48 in stock

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Brand New

Format:

DVD

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DVD: 0, All (Worldwide)

Genre:

Documentary

UPC:

748252056351

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DVD: 0/All (Region Free/Worldwide)

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Audience Rating:

Unrated (Not Rated)

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DVD

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0

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More than a week ago

Item number:

579528841

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The United States of Americaland of the free, home of the brave. From the Pilgrims back in 1623, all the way to the contemporary issue of eminent domain battles, Americans have embraced the winning ideas of individual rights and responsibility, the freedom to make their own choices. Or have they? Learn more about several periods in American history in this Winning Ideas Collection. Yours Mine - In 1623, the Pilgrims in the Plimoth Colony learned a valuable lesson about what incentives motivate people to work hardor not so hard. That lesson almost cost their survival. The Great Depression 2.0 - What caused the Great Depression? Was it capitalism? Greed? The stock market crash? Actually, there was another force at work. A Volunteer Military or a Draft? - Draft = compulsion. No choice. And for years, thats how the U.S. military was formed. How does that fit with American ideas about freedom? What happened when the country switched to an all-volunteer military? Eminent Domain - A mans home is his castle. But what happens to people when the Supreme Court decides that the eminent domain clause in the Constitution means property can be taken simply on the basis of a better use for the community?
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