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  1. Making the decision to apply to a US university for your undergraduate course can be exciting if a bit daunting. There are over 4,500 colleges and universities in the US of which approximately 2,000 offer undergraduate degrees (four years). You will be in good company: over the last few years the Fulbright Commission’s EducationUSA service in ...

  2. Answer (1 of 23): The answer is simple and easy to understand. You see, immigration (industry) is a significant source of income for Canada even though the majority of you will not make it to Canada.

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  4. In 1940, 1945 the United States discovered that there were 37,000 Navajo people that are of school age that had not enrolled in a school, that were not going to school. Imagine that: 37,000 Navajo people not in school of school age.

  5. Aug 14, 2011 · By the war’s end, America’s wealthy would be paying taxes on income over $200,000 at a 94 percent statutory rate. Americans making over $250,000 in 1944 — over $3.2 million today — paid 69 ...

  6. Why was the United States reluctant to adopt soccer into its sports culture? According Ivan Waddington and Martin Roderick, in each society there is a limited amount of “space” for sports, and once that designated space is filled by one sport (such as football in the U.S.), there is little room for other sports.

  7. Mar 01, 2011 · There's no problem with offering a "white only" scholarship. The problem is 80% of all the scholarships already go to WHITE PEOPLE! Another reason why we don't need "white history month." 95% of all history is white people! White history month is every month! This new white scholarship was only created to shine light on the few minority ...