Tuttle Twins Podcast

236. What Happened in WWI?

Understanding the world wars is important to understanding the state of the world’s foreign conflicts today. Links: Treaty of Versailles Richard Maybury Books

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235. What Are The Ten Deadly Ideas That Lead to War?

To understand why countries engage in warfare, it’s important to understand the ideas that lead to this kind of thinking and behavior. Today, Connor and Brittany discuss the ten deadly ideas that lead to war. Links: Ancient Rome: How It Affects You Today World War I: The Rest of the Story and How It Affects You Today, 1870 to 1935 Richard Maybury Books

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234. What Is Activism?

The word “activism” gets thrown around a lot, and has all sorts of reputations, but it’s an important part of our country’s history and super important if you care about helping this country move in a positive direction.

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233. What Is Critical Thinking?

Being critical and thinking independently is a challenge, no matter how old you are or how much you’ve accomplished. But it’s one of the most important things you can ever learn how to do.

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232. What’s So Bad about The “Greater Good”?

We often hear people say that the “greater good” is more important than protecting the individual. This line of thinking has been used to promote public policies that put the collective good ahead of individual needs. Definitions: Utilitarianism: A belief that any action is good so long as it helps the majority, or the most amount, of people

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231. Who Was Ben Franklin?

Ben Franklin is one of our country’s most eccentric and important Founding Father. Today, Brittany and Emma discuss his legacy not only as a Founder, but as a revolutionary scientist and inventor.

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230. Are Billionaires Selfish?

Lots of people think billionaires are selfish for not sharing their wealth with the others. But it is thanks to billionaires that civilization has had some of its most important innovations from utensils, cars, and even space travel. powerpress]

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