There are many problems in the economic world that have yet to be solved, and fortunately, Wikipedia has compiled a list of the greatest ones to date - from what caused the Industrial Revolution to whether or not money supply is endogenous. Although great economists like Craig Newmark and members of the AEA have taken a stab at solving these tough issues, the true solution to these problems - that is to say the generally understood and accepted truth of the matter - has yet to come to light.
Journal topics can be another method for students to learn about American Government. The following topics can be used in Civics and American Government courses: Democracy to me means…An alien has just landed. Explain to that alien the purpose of government. Identify a need in your school that you believe should be addressed.
As Renaissance humanism opened up individual opportunities for education, growth, and achievement, a few women transcended gender role expectations. Some of these women learned to paint in their fathers' workshops and others were noble women whose advantages in life included the ability to learn and practice the arts.
If you are looking for modern fairy tales with a twist, check out some of these fairy tale retellings. Here's a list of modern fairy tales written to appeal to today's teen girls: a Cinderella who stands up for herself, a Red Riding Hood who battles wolves, and a Snow White who runs away and hangs out with a band of outcasts.
Lucy Burns played a key role in the militant wing of the American suffrage movement and in the final win of the 19th Amendment. Occupation: Activist, teacher, scholar Dates: July 28, 1879 - December 22, 1966 Background, Family Father: Edward Burns Siblings: Fourth of seven Education Parker Collegiate Institute, formerly Brooklyn Female Academy, a preparatory school in Brooklyn Vassar College, graduated 1902 Graduate work at Yale University, Universities of Bonn, Berlin, and Oxford More About Lucy Burns Lucy Burns was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1879.