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Share Play America's Empire of Debt debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Big Economic Numbers carlp2 2008-02-22
Share Play Distances from San Francisco debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Energy Production and Use debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Global TB and HIV/AIDS Quiz debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play How Big is the World? debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play I.O.U.S.A. One Nation. Under Stress. In Debt. debsmith 2008-03-10
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Share Play Newspaper Circulation Quiz debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Newspaper Circulation Statistics Quiz debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Paper or Plastic? San Francisco Paper and Plastic Bag Impact debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Population of the World's Largest Cities debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Renewable Energy Facts debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Renewable Energy Quiz debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play RESULTS Laser Quiz on TB debsmith 2008-03-10
Share Play Social Justice Quiz 2008 debsmith 2008-03-10
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< Explores the amount that America owes as a result of building and running its empire. For more information on the background of the debt accumulation, see the book: William Bonner and Addison Wiggin, Empire of Debt: The Rise of an Epic Financial Crisis
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< The questions on this quiz test the participants knowledge of mileage of different destinations from downtown San Francisco. There is a special twist though. You have to estimate the distance in inches!
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< How big is the World? This quiz tests your knowledge of the population of the world's largest countries.
< Wake up, America! We're on the brink of a financial meltdown. This quiz examines your knowledge of the rapidly growing national debt. Learn more at www.iousathemovie.com.
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< Test your knowledge of the World's largest cities' populations. These statistics are based on the concept of city proper. This does not take into consideration the entire urban/metropolitan areas, but only those who live inside the city limits
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< We in the US who say we believe in social justice must challenge ourselves to look at the world through the eyes of those who have much less than us. Why? Social justice, as defined by John Rawls, respects basic individual liberty and economic impr
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