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    • January 15, 2009 Why do we have a big celebration when we install a new president? It costs a lot of money. Should we instead spend the money on other things? Is a big inaugural worth the money?
    • REMEMBER
      • Tomorrow we will be in the library computer lab
    • Symbols Homework
      • Remember I want your symbols today
      • At least two
      • You need to design a coin based on these symbols
      • No guns no drugs no violence
    • Rubric for Coin design
      • A design front and back
      • A motto of your choosing
      • Philadelphia
      • A date
      • Its value
      • Generally make it look like a coin
    • Spanish American Revolutions
      • Spanish America is just about everything in the western hemisphere south of the United States except Brazil
      • The western hemisphere is North and South America
    • Simon Bolivar
      • He was a Spanish colonial
      • He was an aristocrat
      • He was the first president of Columbia, the second president of Venezuela, the first president of Bolivia and the sixth ruler of peru
    • Simon Bolivar
      • Born in Venezuela
      • A general and a politician
      • Wanted to create the united States of South America
    • José de San Martín
      • Argentinean
      • A general, not a politician
      • Liberated Argentina, Helped liberate Peru and Chile
      • Died in Europe
    • Bernardo O'Higgins
      • Liberator of Chile
      • Aristocrat
      • Educated in Europe
      • Was a poor politician
      • Exiled to Peru
      • Died there
    • South American Revolutions
      • Happened between 1806 and 1822
      • The Monroe Doctrine kept European powers from going back in
      • The Monroe Doctrine was Issued by the US backed by Britain
    • Classwork
      • Skillbuilder p. 685, Main idea p. 686