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Available online from University of Alabama at: PETER: This is Nicole Eustace, a professor of history at NYU. Jones of Amelia County for further orders. Spain had gained possession of the territory after the conclusion of the French and Indian war in 1763. Overcoming fear (the tension that exists between instinct and duty) is possible, even if only temporarily, by instilling in the soldier a belief that he possesses some degree of personal agency (that is, individual choice), something that can be accomplished by various means.

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