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Jefferson and Tocqueville

During the summer of 1776, the thirteen American colonies of Britain stood at the cusp of a curve that Tocqueville formalized almo...

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ptaav Published on 10/19/2004 1169 Reads American History

History of Swastika

The Swastika is a symbol that at first was a positive meaning to many people around the world. The Swastika was the oldest cross/...

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onishikakudemon Published on 10/11/2004 1353 Reads History

Ancient Runic Inscription

In this essay, I will discuss the history, origins, and other aspects of Futhark, the runic alphabet. I will fo...

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absynthe Published on 10/03/2004 1513 Reads European History

Attempts to induce free labour

How effective were the attempts to induce free labourers to continue to work on sugar plantations after 1838? After Emancipat...

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billybig Published on 09/30/2004 852 Reads History

Soviet Union expansionism in the Cold War

What specific actions of the Soviet Union had when expressing expansionism and threats to stability? Write in defense of the Sovie...

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billybig Published on 09/30/2004 1019 Reads History

The Holocaust (Answers major questions under sub-headings)

Holocaust Holocaust: great or wholesale destruction of life, esp. by fire. (The Macquarie Dictionary). ...

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the_nashie Published on 08/17/2004 2310 Reads The Holocaust

Asherah: the Goddess of Israel

Asherah was a West Semitic goddess first attested to in the cuneiform Ebla texts uncovered in northern Syria (modern day T...

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tlrodriguez Published on 07/21/2004 1478 Reads History

Molestation

by Üzeyir Lokman ÇAYCI Translated by Fide ERKEN and by Anne PROULX “Hard prohibitions are necessary in ...

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cencan Published on 06/26/2004 1244 Reads History

The Cold War

The Cold War was a time of East-West competition, tension, and conflict short of full-scale war. There were real wars, som...

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xoxokimluvzya Published on 06/02/2004 981 Reads History

Where did Modern Humans originate and how are they different from their archaic ancestors?

Where did Modern Humans originate and how are they different from their archaic ancestors? Modern Humans or Homo sa...

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apollo_crash Published on 05/26/2004 1520 Reads History

Why did the Cold War End?

Tauseef Ahmed United States History May 13th 2004 Why did the Cold War End? One of the main events of the war-filled twentie...

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tauseef Published on 05/18/2004 2755 Reads American History

Outline Socrates Earlier Charges. Why did he need to deal with these charges before the actual ones

At the age of seventy Socrates was before five hundred Athenians in the court of law. Over his seventy years this was his first a...

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cute_wee_hippo Published on 05/18/2004 1370 Reads Ancient Greece

Post World War I Activity

The Allied wars debt being cancelled is considered theoretically desirable due to the U.S. being considered to be repaid already w...

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wiyum9 Published on 05/15/2004 1076 Reads History

Renaissance Education

Amidst social unrest and intellectual stagnation, 14th and 15th century scholars argued, emerged the Renaissance, the “rebirth.” ...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 1912 Reads European History

Renaissance Education

The Renaissance was a time of change. It began in Italy during the 14th century, and spread throughout the North. People all over...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 1328 Reads European History

The Causes of Witch Hunting Hysteria

From the late fifteenth century until the seventeenth century, Europe experienced a hysterical religious movement, centered on the...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 1560 Reads European History

niccolo machiavelli vs. cardinal richelieu

Unlike Cardinal Richelieu, the prime minister of France during the early years of the Reformation, Niccolo Machiavelli never menti...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 3548 Reads European History

The Communist Manifesto vs. Hard Times

In the wake of the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries, the rift between the rich and the poor became wider and m...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 3870 Reads European History

Matter of Principle: Victoria Woodhull

Victoria Claflin Woodhull was a lobbyist, businesswoman, writer, and investor who advocated women’s equality in status, work, home...

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Kelly Almond Published on 05/06/2004 1103 Reads American History

persuasive speech

“It is a great shock at the age of five or six to find that in a world of Gary Coopers you are the Indian.” James Baldwin ...

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rafter Published on 05/05/2004 970 Reads American History

Mississippi burnt-historys distorted remains

In his 1988 film Mississippi Burning, Director Alan Parker sets out to corner the audience into an awareness of the segregation an...

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rafter Published on 05/05/2004 782 Reads American History

Renaissance and Modern Gender Roles

Gender role is defined simply as the perceived set of expectations, attitudes, and life goals of a particular gender. But who def...

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etrane66 Published on 05/03/2004 1966 Reads European History

The Marriage of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Spain and England had a history of poor diplomatic relations, and it was common in the Fifteenth Century for members of a royal fa...

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Bhekie Published on 04/28/2004 1214 Reads European History

The Marriage of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Spain and England had a history of poor diplomatic relations, and it was common in the Fifteenth Century for members of a royal fa...

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Bhekie Published on 04/28/2004 988 Reads European History

Evaluate the Impact Albert Speer had on Germany during the period 1918 – 1945

Albert Speer, Reich Minister of Munitions and Armaments throughout Germany’s course in World War II, had a profound impact on Germ...

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enterspacecapsu Published on 04/20/2004 1898 Reads Nazi Germany

The Devolution in the UK

Devolution is a process of taking power from a central authority or government and giving it to smaller and more local religions. ...

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mfarrit Published on 04/19/2004 1691 Reads History

Evaluate the Impact Albert Speer had on Germany during the period 1918 – 1945

Albert Speer, Reich Minister of Munitions and Armaments throughout Germany’s course in World War II, had a profound impact on Germ...

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enterspacecapsu Published on 04/12/2004 2667 Reads Nazi Germany

Roman Architecture

The Roman society, like any other, had its humble beginnings. The history of their architecture runs virtually in step with the hi...

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docsuf Published on 04/05/2004 1267 Reads Ancient Rome

Roman Architecture

The Roman society, like any other, had its humble beginnings. The history of their architecture runs virtually in step with the hi...

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docsuf Published on 04/05/2004 1399 Reads Ancient Rome

Why was Germany defeated in 1918 rather than 1916

There are several reasons why Germany was defeated in 1918 rather than 1916. By 1916, a stalemate had developed along the weste...

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yogaman Published on 03/21/2004 1473 Reads World War I