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An acrostic poem is one in which certain letters of each line (usually the first letter) spell out a word or phrase. The simplest way to accomplish this task, therefore, would be to write an...

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Primary sources about the Stamp Act, its affect on printers' business, and the colonists' responses to it actually abound if you know where to look. Let's examine a few of these. With regard to...

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As Scandinavians increasingly settled on the eastern coast of what is now Britain, they brought their culture with them. The Scandinavian influences on the syntax and grammar of Old English...

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The significant events in Chapters 8-20 center on Bagoas and his relationship with Alexander. By the time Chapter 8 ends, King Darius frees Bagoas, and Bagoas has to go out into the world by...

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After the Cold War, it’s arguable that Americans had an unclear, or less favorable, understanding of the role of the United States in the world. In a sense, the Cold War helped the United States...

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Yes, America's own anti-Semitism played a role in dismissing the growing chorus of concern over the Nazi treatment of the Jews in Germany in the early 1930s. For example, the second highest ranking...

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Max Weber disagreed with or elaborated upon Karl Marx in several important ways. He was more interested in the subtleties of class structure than Marx and did not see such a straightforward...

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In Margaret Laurence's novel, The Stone Angel, Hagar Shipley does not remember her mother, who died while giving birth to her. Nonetheless, she grows up with a definite idea of what her mother must...

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One can use their study of American history and culture to justify or stop United States involvement overseas today. In the past decades, politicians have used history to justify overseas...

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A viceroy ruled over a province or a country or a territory in the name of a king or queen. The viceroy acted as a representative of the monarch to enforce laws in the region; collect and increase...

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A viceroy is an agent of a monarch who has the authority to act on behalf of his sovereign or king. Viceroys were given quite extensive power and were paid well in an attempt to maintain their...

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The largest land-based, contiguous empire in world history would be the Mongol Empire, which spanned approximately 24 million square kilometers (or over 14.9 million square miles). At its height,...

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The Great Society is a series of programs and initiatives started by President Lyndon B. Johnson with goals of improving American society in specific ways. These programs sought to reduce crime,...

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Environment

"Global environmental issues" refers to the impacts on the climate and natural ecology that result from human actions. As the name suggests, these issues can have worldwide consequences. This is...

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There were leaders in the German military who believed that France could definitively be defeated through attrition at Verdun. Namely, Erich von Falkenhayn, the Chief of the German General Staff...

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Industrialization and urbanization changed the nature of daily life in this period in ways such as making life extremely difficult for the working poor, leading workers to unionize, and leading to...

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The relationship between pharaohs and nomes was in flux over the course of Egyptian history, with pharaohs originally holding most of the power and regional rulers gradually accumulating more...

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Theoretically, yes, the Civil War could have ended without freeing the slaves if peace negotiations could have come to an agreement early on in the war before Lincoln issued the Emancipation...

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While there was no single universal reaction to the end of the Cold War, the transition from the United States being one of two opposing global power blocs to being the only world superpower led to...

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To help you get started on your essay assignment, let's look at some of the basics of the civil rights movement, the reasons behind it, its tactics, its successes, and its defeats. You will have to...

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The causes of World War I were numerous and complex, but among the most immediate were the complex web of alliances between European nations and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of...

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On the German homefront, the Battle of the Somme led to increased hunger, more intense rationing, and a damaged economy. This happened as a result of the need this battle created for more wartime...

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The most significant changes that occurred as a result of globalization in the past twenty-five years are of economic and cultural character, which is mainly due to the rise of technology....

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In the five hundred years between 1500 and 2000, the nations of the world have pursued paths that have increased global trade and economic exchange and have changed cultures, politics, and society....

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Statistics alone show that the Vietnam War was a real war. During its course, which lasted from the mid-1950s until 1975, over 3 million people were killed, including millions of civilians....

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When reflecting on whether or not you are hopeful or pessimistic for the future of humanity, consider what these topics suggest the future will be like. For instance, one major current trend in...

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I cannot do this assignment for you, but let's examine the third topic in the above question to help get you started. Using the third topic, one might argue that there is every reason to be...

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The "Jai Jawan Jai Kisan" slogan was given to India by the country's second Prime Minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri, in 1965. In English, the slogan can be translated as "Hail the Soldier, Hail the...

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Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka was a case that transformed the segregationist policies in public schools across the nation. It reversed the 1896 decision of Plessy v. Ferguson, which...

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The rise of the suburbs in the aftermath of World War II was the result of deliberate planning and funding at the federal level, and it had ramifications for nearly every aspect of American...

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Let's take a look at the conflicts and issues that split the women's suffrage movement over the decades. We'll look first at the division of the American Equal Rights Association and then think...

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In Chapters 6 and 7 of David Emory Shi's America: A Narrative History, the first four administrations—those of George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison—are portrayed as...

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The main lesson that Allied generals learned from the Battle of the Somme was that they needed to be more flexible in terms of their tactics and more efficient in relation to battlefield...

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The Gettysburg Address

Lincoln had at least two audiences when he delivered his speech at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery on November 19th, 1863: the immediate audience who stood in front of him on...

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There were rulers, or kings, of the Delhi region of India going back all the way to ancient times, as documented in the Sanskrit Mahabharata, such as the famous Yudhishtira. Depending on how one...

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History

History is essentially the study of the past or the study that analyzes and explains past events. It belongs in both the humanities and the social sciences, as it includes the study of societies...

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World War I

The women in this story would likely travel by both train and ferry in November of 1919. While it is possible to travel between London and Paris entirely by train today, this option did not exist...

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Scholars debate about the historical events that made the Civil War inevitable, but we can perhaps identify the failure of compromise with regard to slavery in the territories, Lincoln's election,...

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The Battle of the Somme (sometimes known as the Somme offensive) had a lethal impact on the German military. The assault took place in 1916 and lasted from July to November. For many, it symbolized...

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Hardin Argues for Population Control

Hardin's article is making a case for "coercive" (a term he argues is not as negative at it seems) population control that would place legal limits on a family size. He uses the context of prior...

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President Wilson was indeed bitterly disappointed by the outcome of the peace negotiations at Versailles as he regarded the final agreement as a bundle of compromises that significantly departed...

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During World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union became unlikely allies, supporting Britain in the fight against Germany, but after the war, the goals of the two nations drastically...

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The 1820s and 1830s were a time of populist and democratic expansion in the United States. With the election of Andrew Jackson in particular, there was a huge expansion of democratic rights for the...

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A key lesson that a present-day student of history should learn from the experiences of postcolonial Africa in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s could relate to the involvement of Western powers or...

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Theology is the study of religious faith, so the theology of Christianity is the study of Christian faith, belief, practice and tradition, as well as the holy scripture, or the Old and New...

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Gregory VII (1015–85) was on the papal throne in Rome from 1073 to 1085. Urban II (1035–99) served as pope from 1088 to 1099. Both of these popes ruled during the so-called Investiture Controversy....

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In our modern society, it is easy to imagine throwing away objects that no longer fully serve their purpose. But during the period of the English Reformation, obtaining the materials to construct a...

Latest answer posted November 24, 2021, 8:44 pm (UTC)

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Media

Since you're being asked about your own personal experience here, you'll want to consider the impact media it has had on you, specifically, throughout your own lived experience. Here are a few...

Latest answer posted November 23, 2021, 2:29 am (UTC)

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The Civil War was certainly a turning point in American history, one that still affects the US today. The war was not only one of the most intense armed conflicts in American history, it also...

Latest answer posted November 22, 2021, 11:06 pm (UTC)

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Tristan in this essay first appeals to workers to act, telling them that they have the power to change their conditions. She then appeals to them to join a universal union rather than staying...

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