In which decade was the last declaration of war?
In the 1940's during WWII.
The siege of Waco, Texas, was the most important event of the last decade... The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were both violated by this atrocious act. The very concept of the National Police and the National Military, used to assault a church, is a direct contradiction of those papers that formed the American Experiment
What event happened last the Americans won the revolutionary war or the declaration of independence was written?
no. The last year of a decade always ends in zero. The first decade started at year 1 and was 10 years long (year 1-10). Every decade to follow starts with a year ending with 1 and ends with a year ending in 0. The first day of this decade was January 1, 2001 and the last day will be December 31, 2010.
Getting caught up in that "political debate" are you? If you're talking about that piece of paper called a "declaration of war", then there hasn't been "technically a war" since 1945. Because WWII was America's last declared war. Also, if you still want to discuss that "piece of paper" (a declaration of war), then the US Civil War (American Civil War 1861-1865) was NOT A WAR either. It didn't have that "piece of paper" either.
How do you rewrite this sentence without vague pronoun reference 1 Online classes have become more and more popular in the last decade and this has introduced new dynamics to higher education?
Try these: The popularity of online classes over the last decade introduced new dynamics to higher education. Increased popularity for online classes over the last decade introduced new dynamics to higher education. Over the last decade, increased popularity for online classes introduced new dynamics to higher education. New dynamics in higher education resulted from increased popularity of online classes over the last decade.