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After the cold war why was the transparency and stability of the Bretton Wood System questioned?

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More homework? How about trying to answer it yourself, posting that answer, and asking for comments? Then you will have at least thought about it yourself!

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Actually just studying for midterms happened to miss this class/lecture so trying to figure out what it was about. But thanks?
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(And I am not very savvy on the history of the cold war... straight A student so don't judge a book by it's cover.)
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I'm not judging you, I'm suggesting that doing homework is the way your teacher wants you to learn. If you're not "savvy" on the history of the cold war, you might want to make yourself so, and you do that by studying the subject yourself, rather than asking someone else for the answer. When we missed a class or lecture, we consulted with friends from that class and borrowed notes--don't students do that now? (I'm not being sarcastic, I really want to know.)
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Anyway I got an A on my exam... whatever dude.
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Sorry I didn't read your post in its entirety before I replied. Yeah we do that but I don't really have a lot of friends in the class so I didn't really have that option. I don't understand how asking simple questions on the internet is different than asking someone in my class. Regardless- we don't have homework in college we have readings, and certain readings are more complex than others... for me personally, political science isn't the easiest class and I had to APPLY the concepts from the Cold War to current issues in political science... I wasn't asking anyone to come up with theories just a basic understanding of American history. But next time I won't bother.
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