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    Finding examples of "unity and diversity" in the sense that we use these terms today is difficult when looking at the foundational history of the United States. Many of the Founders were, of...

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    Many books published by Penguin follow a standardized format designed by typographer Jan Tschichold. In this format, asterisks are used to note references or footnotes in the text. As there is no...

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    Most workers in the 1880s did not live outside city limits. This was because of the lack of good transportation for workers which would have allowed them to live outside the cities in which they...

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    There were a number of factors that allowed the American colonists to prevail in the Revolutionary War. Let us examine the two most important of these factors. First, the Americans were able to...

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    I'm not sure if the question is asking about modern day Greece or ancient Greece. Obviously the geography between the two time periods won't be different, but geographic difficulties that ancient...

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    The Radical Republicans in Congress felt that Andrew Johnson, a southerner, was too easy on the south during Reconstruction. The Republicans in Congress, such as Thaddeus Stevens and Charles...

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    Power shifted throughout the South after Congress passed the Reconstruction Act of 1867. The Radical Republicans were in charge of Reconstruction. This gave them more influence in the South. The...

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    Slavery was downright essential to mercantilism in eighteenth-century Great Britain. This was because mercantilism depended on the use of colonies to produce raw materials, particularly cash crops,...

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    In his “Letter from a Birmingham City Jail,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. says that we should not think highly of the Birmingham city police just because they have acted nonviolently during the...

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    There were differences between the colonies of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. One difference was in the economic activities of these colonies. In Massachusetts, there was a great deal of...

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    There are a few ways to view this question. Thomas Jefferson had some diplomatic obstacles he had to overcome as a President. He also had to deal with philosophical obstacles. I will share one...

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    The Normans of France -- though originally from Scandinavia, hence their name, derived from 'northmen' -- settled in Northumbria in 1066. William the Conqueror, also known as William of Normandy,...

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    There was unrest in the Thirteen Colonies for many years before the Revolutionary War. New taxes, such as the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act, were considered unfair. The Colonists were not...

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    Rousseau (1712-1778) helped inspire the French Revolution. He had already died by the time the French Revolution broke out in 1789, but his ideas about freedom inspired the revolutionaries....

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    This assignment seems designed to encourage you to think about the effects of the Industrial Revolution. Thus your instructor is probably seeking an answer which emphasizes the increasing pace of...

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    The late poet Countee Cullen is, indeed, well-known. However, Lois Mailou Jones's name does not frequently come up when one talks about the Harlem Renaissance. Really, the only female name that...

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    As Mycenaean art was heavily influenced by Minoan artt, the differences are fairly subtle. The main difference is due to the Minoans being primarily a naval power and the Mycenaeans a land power....

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    Contrary to Thomas Hobbes, who distrusted human nature and, therefore, supported absolutism or, a monarch's absolute control over a populace, John Locke believed that human beings were innately...

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    Good question. There are two very different answers to this question. The first is that the deep structure of myths is built into the way we tell stories. Some scholars have argued it is built into...

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    On his second voyage to the New World, having already visited Hispaniola and the south of Cuba on his first, Columbus sought to continue his exploration in the Caribbean. He brought with him a...

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    When we use the term "Renaissance Man" today, we still first think of Leonardo da Vinci as the epitome of the moniker, though he lived over 500 years ago. Da Vinci created new techniques in...

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    In traditional Indian society, a woman was expected to become a wife and mother and her childhood was considered preparation for this. Girls would learn how to cook, keep house, and care for their...

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    It can certainly be argued that European exploration was a good thing for Europeans. Exploration contributed to rapid and profound economic expansion by pumping massive amounts of wealth into the...

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    The Puritans originated as a sect of Protestant Reformers in England who believed that the Church of England was corrupt with Roman Catholic practice. Believing the Anglican Church to be beyond...

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    Johannes Gutenberg's printing press, invented around 1440 in the midst of the Renaissance, gave people more access to written literature, including religious texts and political pamphlets....

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    The conception of how to acquire knowledge really changed during the Renaissance with the advent of Humanism. Though this cultural revolution is less clearly understood today, one of the main ideas...

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    Ramses II, or Ramses the Great, is regarded as the greatest, most powerful, and most productive pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. At just ten years old, his father made him a Captain of the Army, and as an...

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    A democratic republic is a nation which functions as both a democracy and a republic, incorporating elements of philosophies of government. In a democracy ("people's rule") all people participate...

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    While the Gilded Age is known for launching achievements from many of the world's most accomplished entrepreneurs, inventors and thinkers, the federal government of the United States has been...

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    Nationalism, sometimes also referred to as "patriotism," is the ideology that a person's primary dedication should be to their nation. A nationalist (should) consider the values and goals of their...

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    The labor movement impacted our political system. Labor unions have generally supported the Democratic Party since the start of the New Deal in the 1930s. They have supported Democratic candidates...

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    Firstly, if there is a specific context to which you are referring (e.g., a book that you are reading), please be sure to include that so that we may help you with referencing. Otherwise, if you...

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    Since there were no documents attached, I have located a copy of the black codes in Mississippi. I am using that source along with the source for the Civil Rights Act of 1866 to respond to your...

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    Martin Luther became a heretic according to the Catholic Church when he posted his Ninety-Five Theses on the church doors at Wittenberg. It was a common practice to post an academic challenge for...

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    The Syrian conflict traces its origin from the Arab Spring, which was the forceful change of governments in different Arab countries such as Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya. The masses were exercising...

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    Adolf Hitler died by committing suicide on April 30 1945 in his underground bunker (Fuhrerbunker) in Berlin. He shot himself with a pistol while his mistress, Eva Braun, died by ingesting cyanide,...

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    Spain was hoping to enhance its wealth from the voyage of Christopher Columbus. The crown wanted to chart a western route to India and the lucrative spice and luxury goods trade. The Portuguese...

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    Caesar instituted some constitutional reforms, which were met with extreme resistance from the senate. Due to the trouble caused by some of the reforms, Caesar did not live long enough to...

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    The Third Century Crisis (dated abut 235 to 284 AD) was a time of trouble when many problems converged on the Roman Empire at the same time. Much of the empire’s northern frontier had always been...

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    Slavery existed in each of the thirteen original colonies, though it was far more widespread in the southern colonies (Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia) than further north. The...

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    There is a popular legend that the king of Denmark, Christian X wore a yellow Star of David badge to demonstrate his support of the Jews in his country. While this is probably the material of...

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    Although Patrick Henry delivered his “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech before the Declaration of Independence had been written and signed, the issue that he addresses in this speech is,...

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    The first thing you want to consider is whether you are writing a paper about the US bombing of Hiroshima or about Obama's decision to visit Hiroshima. These are really two distinct topics (the...

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    The New England and Chesapeake colonies had many differences. They did, however, share some similarities. Both were settled by British citizens who adhered to a Christian faith. The Pilgrims...

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    Prior to the end of the Civil War, slavery was common in Mississippi. Like in other southern states, large plantations produced cotton and other crops. Slaves made up almost the entire workforce...

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    Sam Patch was a daredevil/stuntman who grew up in extreme poverty, working as a child in a textile mill alongside other family members and friends. Many textile factories in the early 1800s used...

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    There are endless possibilities for a research paper on Hiroshima, depending on your area of interest. There were several Jesuits in Hiroshima at the time the bomb exploded in 1945. In addition,...

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    Many different factors can be said to have driven the development of self-government in the American colonies. The first is their relative isolation from England. News, instructions for royal...

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    The Battle of Normandy, which began with the Anglo-American assault on the Normandy coast on June 6, 1944 (D-Day), was significant because it marked the opening of the Western front in Europe. Nazi...

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    There were a number of factors that contributed to the United States emerging as a world power in the early 1900's. Industrialism and manufacturing are very important to American international...

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