Founding Fathers Forum: governmental policies
Posted by: Elizabeth Robert (Ohiosar@ThisIsToPreventSpam-22-RemoveThis.myemailstation.com) on 4 Dec 2003 at 12:46:58 PM
In-Reply-To: yeah man, thats what im looking for too posted by David Kim on 11:56:03 PM 23 Aug 2003
: : I'm currently attending my last semester at a junior college in Alabama, and I was given a report due next Monday. I was wondering if anyone could help me with it? I was told to research the governmental policies of the colonies that helped shape our Constitutional Republic today. And to show examples of policies, branches of government, and checks and balances that were established then and still used today. I'm really not that great in History, but I need this grade as I'm wanting to get into a good law school later on. Please help me. You can leave me help here or email me at my email address. Thank you so much! ~*Mandy*~
: well.. im in 11th grade, and i got the same project as u~ i just wondered if u can help me with that. like where did u get information of that (if u still remember). well, if u send me ur "essay" of that, it will be great, but i supose that u wont like to send me your research. (plz consider it). then, hav a nice day man. thanx~
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