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    It is hard to imagine how someone could say that there were any positive effects of the Atlantic slave trade. This was one of the most evil things that one group of people has ever done to...

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    The answer to this question is the Articles of Confederation. The first government of the independent United States was outlined in a document called the Articles of Confederation. This document...

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    Diaspora is the dispersal of a group of people from their original homeland. It may refer to the event of travel outside the homeland, and/or the act of settling in a new location. It is different...

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    Albrecht, Duke of Wurttemberg was a German General, who achieved military success in different engagements against the opposition. He led the First Battle of Marne and the Battle of Ypres. Arthur...

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    The federal government played a dominant role in acquiring the west of what is now the United States. The federal government acquired all of the land west of the Mississippi by treaty, war, or...

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    President Truman and Robert Taft were on opposites of the Taft-Harley Act. Robert Taft opposed many of President Roosevelt’s actions to end the Great Depression. He felt some of the actions gave...

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    President Truman believed unions were necessary for workers. He believed that without a union to represent the workers, the workers and the working class would be treated poorly. He believed that...

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    The Industrial Revolution, which started in England in the 1700s, had an significant impact on both the environment and society. While the impacts of industrialization on the environment were...

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    The social and political changes of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries have their roots in the devastating religious wars that wracked Europe in the seventeenth century. With the rise of...

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    The Trail of Tears is the name given to the forced removal of the Cherokee people from their rightful lands in the Southeastern United States to new territory in what is now Oklahoma, west of the...

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    If you're an optimist, they are alternative ways of approaching representative democracy. If you're a cynic, they are excuses you make for not having representative democracy even though you're...

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    There are two slightly different senses of "totalitarianism", but both of them fit both Germany under Hitler and the USSR under Stalin perfectly.In the first sense, a totalitarian government is any...

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    Although early Chinese historians mention the Xia Dynasty (c. 2100 – c. 1600 BC), we actually know very little about this period of Chinese history. The first major dynasty about which we have...

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    Totalitarianism is the complete control of the economic, political, and social aspects of a state by a single party or person. By its very definition, the government is brutally oppressive towards...

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    The notion of Manifest Destiny was created in the 1840's by an American journalist. It was the theory that the ultimate future of the United States was to control all of the lands from the Atlantic...

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    You may have heard my name but forgot about me. You can't miss me on a satellite image. I am called the "great desert" in Arabic. The translation: Sahara. I am the third largest desert in the...

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    There were several reasons why immigrants and individuals were attracted to the cities. One of those reasons was the availability of jobs. With the start of the industrial revolution, there were...

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    The Spartans enjoyed the luxuries of a very strong economy for many years. The Spartan economy was based on agriculture and domination of its neighbors. Spartans depended on the conquered peasants...

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    Although you do not specify which war you are talking about, I assume that your question has to do with the Spanish-American War. That war is the only war where yellow journalism is cited as a...

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    When searching on the internet for historical sources, it is important to make sure that you are using the correct search terms. When using a search engine, you can put your search term in...

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    The first "decision-making" system in the United States was created by the Articles of Confederation, our nation's first attempt at a national government. The Articles of Confederation did not work...

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    The United States had no choice but to join World War II. Prior to World War II, the United States was officially neutral. However, we were providing aid to Great Britain in various ways. We were...

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    Europeans feared and loathed the Mongols and their inevitable excursions west. Despite the contemporary sense of doom that was felt, the Mongol excursions into eastern Europe had a profound effect...

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    Germany tried to get Mexico to attack the United States in World War I. The Germans knew the Mexicans weren’t too happy with the United States in the years prior to World War I. We were searching...

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    I assume there should be a list of choices included in this question. Since there are none given, I will give examples of powers delegated to the states. In the Constitution, some powers are set...

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    Many people wanted a new plan of government because the Articles of Confederation was too weak. The government created by the Articles of Confederation was made weak on purpose because we were...

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    W.E.B. Du Bois was an African American man born on February 23, 1868 in Massachusetts. He went on to achieve much in his lifetime. He was a prolific writer, scholar and activist. Du Bois first...

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    July 4, 1776, is a significant date in American history. On that day, the United States formally declared its independence from Great Britain. We announced to the world that we were now an...

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    The Treaty of Ghent ended the War of 1812 with Great Britain. It was signed in December 1814. However because news traveled slowly in the 1800s, news hadn’t reached New Orleans before the Battle...

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    Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), the third President of the United States, faced many challenges, both personal and moral in nature. First, his beloved wife, Martha, died in 1782 at age 33 as a result...

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    Your question may refer to two people. First, it may refer to Gaius Julius Caesar, who lived from 100BCE to 44BCE. During his lifetime, Julius Caesar was a great military general and Roman...

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    Abraham Lincoln was President from 1861-1865. He was in his second term when John Wilkes Booth assassinated him a few days after the end of the Civil War. President Lincoln was at Ford’s Theatre...

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    The usage of the term "President" to refer to the highest power in a government dates back to the 17th century. In the Commonwealth of England, the Lord President was the highest ranking official...

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    This question is meant to address the First Barbary War that was fought between 1801-1805. The protection of American vessels in the Mediterranean Sea was urgent when President Jefferson was...

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    The good historians or archaeologist study the past objectively. That means that they explore past events without any preconceived notions of what they expect to find. Even the best of historians...

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    First, the term "middle class" must be specified, because it has meant different things at different times. During the early years of the Industrial Revolution, the term meant something like...

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    Otto Von Bismarck was famous for his realpolitik approach to government. This approach to government supposed that practical concerns should supersede moral considerations. Thus Bismarck believed...

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    The South seceded from the Union in two waves. The first group of southern states seceded after Abraham Lincoln was elected President. Seven states seceded at this time. They were concerned that...

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    In 1849, Thoreau, a Transcendentalist writer in Concord, Massachusetts, wrote the essay "Civil Disobedience" (first published as "Resistance to Civil Government") about the right of people to...

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    There are some who for varying reasons would appease Red China. They are blind to history's clear lesson, for history teaches with unmistakable emphasis that appeasement but begets new and...

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    There were economic and social benefits of building and of expanding the system of national roads. The national road system was important for the economic growth of our economy. As the system of...

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    There was corruption associated with political machines and with political bosses. The political bosses found ways to justify this graft or corruption. The political machine formed because the...

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    The Columbian Exchange involved the interchange of disease, technology, culture, and agriculture between the New and Old Worlds after Columbus's expeditions in the late 1400s. The exchange had some...

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    In order to understand the fate of the Jews under the Third Reich, we have to take note of the force that was levied upon them. Historical accounts of this time period often depict the Final...

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    Congress passed the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1882. This law prevented immigration to the United States from China for ten years. It also prevented people from China that were already living here...

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    People moved west for a number of reasons in the nineteenth century, but by far the most prevalent motive was the availability of land. Beginning with the Northwest Territory after the American...

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    The geography of Greece had a very important effect on the history and culture of the Hellenic people in the ancient world. Most of Greece is filled with steep mountains that make travel from one...

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    The Berlin Wall was detrimental to Germany in that it separated families. The Soviets, worried about a drain of ability and anti-Soviet information to the Western side, built the wall. The...

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    Prior to the Revolution, France had fallen into a terrible debt due to several poor harvests and their involvement in the American Revolution and the Seven Years' War. The government tried to...

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    It is difficult to compare the "Gospel of Wealth" and especially the ideology of Social Darwinism with the ideas of John Winthrop. Winthrop was a man of a very different time and place than the...

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