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Anyone know how I can get help in History?

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Build a time machine. This is for maths.
You can ask your History Questions on http://www.chacha.com/

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Gee thanks strobe....and i have tried chacha they wont tell me
neverforgetvivistee: my question is in what ways did reform movements benefit from the contributions of both men and women?
You just have to wait for about 5 or 10 mins and It's a gaurenteed answer back.
How about 15?
Well around that, I have no clue why it takes them so dang long to answer back.
I know its kind of annoying...
What kind of history are you in?
Uhmm....well my book says modern american history. all of our work is Since 1877 or something like that...I dont really know if that helps or not.
Well it's basically American History. Thats the kind of history I have right now. I'm struggling in Geometry right now on this problem.
I can try to help. :)

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