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The Free World Can't Trade on a One-Way Street.

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Annotation. this is a video of a speech..
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TO CARRY OUT NATO'S MISSION IN THIS MORE DANGEROUS WORLD.

The article presents a speech by Jens Stoltenberg, secretary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), delivered at Warsaw University in Warsaw, Poland on May 31, 2016. Topics of the speech include the mission of the organization, the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia, and migrant and refugee crisis in Europe since World War Two.
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First-hand speech by Stoltenberg; about NATO.
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Treaty of Versailles, 1919.

The article presents the text of the Treaty of Versailles, which ended World War I in 1919. Nations represented by the treaty are listed, including the United States and its allies, and Germany. Representatives of each nation are named. Details of the Covenant of the League of Nations are provided, including the agreement to promote international cooperation and to avoid war. Specifics concerning the operation of the League of Nations are addressed. An agreement on the reduction of military weapons is included. The document provides guidelines for the resolution of conflict between nations. Responsibilities of member nations to act as allies to one another are defined. The legal boundaries of Germany are defined in the treaty. Regulations are outlined for Germany's provision of reparation for war damage and civilian losses in the war. Exact details of the repayment process are provided.
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good description of many countries' involvement in the Treaty.
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How Do You Look

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“How Do You Look?” is an initiative to promote visual literacy, sponsored by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University in cooperation with Duke Libraries.


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First Person Account: Clarence Sasser

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Vietnam veteran and Medal of Honor recipient, Clarence Sasser recounts his war experience. This video is part of the Price of Freedom learning resources package for use with the The Soldiers Experience lesson plan. It was produced to accompany the exhibition The Price of Freedom: Americans at War, by the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
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Primary source item. Video of interview. Sasser is a WW1 vet.
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Senator Norris Opposes U.S. Entry into the War

Presents the text of the periodical `Congressional Record' of April 4, 1917, in which Senator George Norris of Nebraska opposed the United States' entry into World War I. Consequences of entering the war; Infractions upon the rights of neutral nations made by Great Britain; Closing comments.
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Good first hand description of what went on during this time, in the administration.
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Social Media Engagement is Not a Strategy

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Social media marketers are keen to drive engagement but it may not necessarily be a viable strategy. In fact, it comes at a cost.
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Mark Schaefer has a great point: we often confuse the means with the end.

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Applicable for libraries too.

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