June 2018 Blog Posts (3)

Credit Cards in America: A Brief History

Although bank credit cards are a relatively recent innovation, typically marked by the establishment of the “businessman’s Diner’s Club card” in 1950, U.S. society has historically depended upon the availability of consumer credit. For example, farmers depended on store credit before the harvest of their crops in rural America, whereas industrial workers were issued “script” for purchases in the company store that were later deducted from their wages. Significantly, both forms of consumer…

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Added by Jack White on June 29, 2018 at 7:59am — No Comments

What to Do Before Submitting Your Dissertation Paper

Now that you have successfully completed your dissertation draft, you should probably be happy and relax. You should not rush at editing your dissertation immediately after finishing the last sentence. Schedule some time when you will revisit your work and edit it.

However, before you submit your paper, here are a few things to do.

  • Begin editing

There is a big difference between proofreading and editing. Proofreading is centered more on the form while…

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Added by Valeria on June 20, 2018 at 8:54am — No Comments

What You Need To Do To Pass Exams

Before you find your dream job, there are certain assessments you need to undergo in school. These valuations might be practical and other exams related to your discipline. While in school, students are expected to study hard to ensure they pass exams. However, not every student likes sitting for an exam mostly when they know that they have not prepared for it properly. Other students feel like their entire life is centered in studying endlessly.

Fortunately, there are 3 things you…

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Added by Anna Roberts on June 18, 2018 at 4:40am — No Comments

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