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Slavery, Racism, & Civil Rights
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Civil War Consequences : The Civil War had little or
nothing to do with the freeing of the slaves. It's purpose was
political and profound in the changes it brought to the
economic and military policies of the United States. This is
a 5 page paper that examines the actual causes of the Civil
War, the agenda of the Lincoln administration and the
consequences of these policies. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Civcons.wps

The Emancipation Proclamation : This 10 page paper
explores the problems with the Emancipation Proclamation.
Events which led up to the creation of the document and its
ultimate effects are noted. Slavery is also discussed from a
Christian perspective. Measures Lincoln could have
implemented which would have been more effective are
explored. The paper takes the position that the proclamation
did not free the slaves which is part of the reason why black
people in America continue to be troubled. Bibliography
lists 6 sources. Emanproc.wps

George Wallace / Both Sides Of The Coin -- The Civil
Rights Movement :
A 7 page paper on George Wallace and
the role he played in the civil rights movement. His was a
fight to gain office more than that of hatred. He spoke
hatred because people listened. He struggled for segregation
and lost but gained support in his presidential campaigning.
He was shot in 1972 and changed his beliefs and attitudes
100%. He now stands for equality instead of against it.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. Wallace.wps

The Thirteenth Amendment / Are All Men Created Equal ? :
This 10 page paper asks whether or not minorities are
treated fairly in America today. The 13th amendment
effectively freed the slaves and deemed every citizen equal
to one another regardless of race. The writer takes the stance
that the promises made have not been realized. Solutions are
explored and a discussion on the appropriateness of
affirmative action is also included. Bibliography lists 9
sources. 13amend.wps

The Importance Of African-Americans In 18th Century
Virginia :
A 3 page review of Michel Sobel's "The World
They Made Together" in which the author argues that slave
labor was both unfair and invaluable at the same time. Sobel
primarily discusses the immense contributions that Black
people made in laying a stronger foundation for the United
States.-- Full citation provided for the primary source.
Sobel.wps

The Emancipation Proclamation & The Black Southerner :
A 14 page paper discussing the significance of Lincoln’s
document freeing the slaves in the lives of those people
whom it most intimately affected. It traces the historical
background of the Proclamation; anti-black feeling before,
during, and immediately after the Civil War; and analyzes
what positive effect, if any, the Proclamation had.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Emancipa.rtf

Emancipation Proclamation : An 8 page paper detailing
many of the events that took place in the development of the
Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. Lincoln was not
actually in favor of the federal government becoming
involved in the abolishing of slavery. He had hopes that the
individual states would make an effort on their own and this
would eventually influence the South. After some time this
was obviously not to become a reality and he was forced to
take a more aggressive action. This action became concrete
with the Emancipation Proclamation. Extensive bibliography
included. Emance.wps

Freedom & Slavery / Is Freedom Really Better? : A 9 page
paper discussing opinions surrounding the issue of freedom
as it relates to all aspects of life in regards to two separate
pieces of work. One piece of work is The Lowell Offering,
edited by Benita Eisler, and The Narrative of the Life of
Frederick Douglass, by Frederick Douglass. The Lowell
Offering is a book which is a compilation of narratives by
the mill working woman. These women were free and
worked for a wage. In Frederick Douglass’s book he was a
slave and later became a free man. There are many
similarities and differences but the question that needs to be
addressed and answered, based on these two works, is
whether or not the institution of slavery was better at taking
care of the worker than the industries that offered them jobs.
Lowell2.wps

Angela Davis : An 8 page research paper on the life of the
famous activist and civil rights leader. The writer discusses
her work, evolution of viewpoint, and contribution to the
movement. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Angelad.wps

Anne Moody / Civil Rights Participant : A 5 page analysis
of Moody’s autobiography, Coming of Age in Mississippi.
The writer demonstrates that while this book gives a
personal account of Moody’s involvement with the Civil
Rights movement, it can also be seen as a means of
understanding what the general experiences of others who
were drawn to this movement. No additional sources cited.
Annem.wps
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