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This version of How to End an Essay was reviewed by Megan Morgan on June 18, 2015.

Perceiving fundamental changes in the international balance of power, Truman in 1947 and Mao in 1958 decided to mobilize their nations around newly-designed long-term strategies to respond to those shifts and to preempt any resulting negative consequence. In both of Christensen’s cases, the security strategies were launched during peacetime, requiring creative and vigorous approaches to selling the strategies in order to persuade the public to support them. The apparently undesirable move of manipulating or prolonging a short-term conflict with another nation then became useful in rallying and maintaining public support for the basic grand strategy .

 In 2006, however, Republican vote shares hardly improved from their September showing. Tom Kean was leading Bob Menendez, 45 percent to 41 percent; he received percent of the vote. Mike DeWine trailed Sherrod Brown, percent to 44 percent; he received percent of the vote. George Allen led Jim Webb, 48 percent to percent of the vote; he received percent of the vote.  The president’s job approval in New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia (respectively): 35 percent, 41 percent, and 45 percent.  The one candidate who saw major movement in his direction, coming from behind to nearly win a race where he trailed badly: Conrad Burns, who hailed from a state (Montana) where the president was still fairly popular.

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Big dig thesis

Perceiving fundamental changes in the international balance of power, Truman in 1947 and Mao in 1958 decided to mobilize their nations around newly-designed long-term strategies to respond to those shifts and to preempt any resulting negative consequence. In both of Christensen’s cases, the security strategies were launched during peacetime, requiring creative and vigorous approaches to selling the strategies in order to persuade the public to support them. The apparently undesirable move of manipulating or prolonging a short-term conflict with another nation then became useful in rallying and maintaining public support for the basic grand strategy .

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This version of How to End an Essay was reviewed by Megan Morgan on June 18, 2015.

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Big dig thesis

Perceiving fundamental changes in the international balance of power, Truman in 1947 and Mao in 1958 decided to mobilize their nations around newly-designed long-term strategies to respond to those shifts and to preempt any resulting negative consequence. In both of Christensen’s cases, the security strategies were launched during peacetime, requiring creative and vigorous approaches to selling the strategies in order to persuade the public to support them. The apparently undesirable move of manipulating or prolonging a short-term conflict with another nation then became useful in rallying and maintaining public support for the basic grand strategy .

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 In 2006, however, Republican vote shares hardly improved from their September showing. Tom Kean was leading Bob Menendez, 45 percent to 41 percent; he received percent of the vote. Mike DeWine trailed Sherrod Brown, percent to 44 percent; he received percent of the vote. George Allen led Jim Webb, 48 percent to percent of the vote; he received percent of the vote.  The president’s job approval in New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia (respectively): 35 percent, 41 percent, and 45 percent.  The one candidate who saw major movement in his direction, coming from behind to nearly win a race where he trailed badly: Conrad Burns, who hailed from a state (Montana) where the president was still fairly popular.

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