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Subject: International Relations

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What is realism?

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Answer:

Realism is a school of thought related to international relations. It focuses on the state actors and assumes states operate for their own interests. There is a balance of power between these nation-states within the naturally anarchic system.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What's the difference between they're, their, and there?

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1. "They're" is a contraction of they are. "They are" has a meaning: a group of people is doing something. For example, They're (they are) eating chicken nuggets. A group of people is eating chicken nuggets. 2. The word "Their" refers to a group of people owning something. For example, It is their fault that this happens. In this case, it is that group's fault that this happened. 3. The word "There" refers to a location. For example, It is over there. This means that the object is over in that place somewhere.

Subject: US History

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Who were the yeoman farmers of the south?

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They were the poorer lower-class white people of the south pre-civil war. A majority of whom did not own slaves nor ran for office. They were the voting block of the south.

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