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Papers On Europe From 1700 - 1899 (Page 2)
The Opium Wars : A 6 page paper discussing the causes and
results of the two Opium Wars (1839-1842 and 1856-1858)
between China and Britain. In 300 years of trade with China,
Britain had developed a thirst for China’s tea as well as
appetites for Chinese silk and porcelain, but pre-industrial China
found very little to desire from Britain’s offerings. To ease the
resulting tremendous trade deficit, Britain began growing opium
in its colony India and insisted that China allow it to enter their
country for use by their people. China declined the affront to
their national sovereignty, lost Hong Kong to Britain, and later
lost all right to restrict the opium trade within their borders.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Opwar.wps

Standard Of Living In The Industrial Revolution : A 5 page
paper concentrating on the Industrial Revolution of Europe,
primarily in Great Britain. The newly wealthy and growing
middle class made trade prosperous while the working class
continued to suffer, but positive social changes did eventually
happen as people of reason insisted that all had responsibility
for the millions caught in the trap of industrial work they could
not escape. The limit of work hours to no more than ten in a
day allowed the reacquaintance of families and even allow
many children to spend their days in school, rather than in a
lung-threatening factory. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

Working Class Incorporation : A system of distinction by
class has existed in England for the entirety of their history. The
issue of the integration of the working class into a system
compatible with the design of democratic, capitalist society
became significant during the Victorian era with the transition of
economic structure from a feudal economy to an industrial
economy. This is an 8 page paper that explores the process of
transition in terms of the changes in the working class order.
The Palestinian Arab society and the socio-economic structure
in Ghana are used as models for comparison. Bibliography lists
9 sources. Workincl.wps

Elizabeth Mallet & The Daily Courant : An 8 page proposal
for a research study that considers the role of Elizabeth Mallet
in the founding of the Daily Courant, England’s first daily
newspaper, and evaluates the gender-based biases that have
resulted in her subjugation in history to later publisher Samuel
Buckley and the use of the pseudonym Edward Mallet in
reviews of the history of her era. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

British Poor Laws & Social Welfare : A 5 page paper that
discusses the 1834 Poor Law Reform in England and considers
it as a precursor for social welfare. Bibliography lists 4
sources. Poorlaw.wps

Sports & Leisure In Victorian-Era Britain : A 9 page
research paper investigating the development of leisure and
sports activities among the working class in Britain towards the
end of the Victorian era. Leisure activities had to meet very
stringent ethical ideals by which the working class lives. Many
games played in rural regions became national pastimes and
most still exist today. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Victleis.wps

The Boer War : A 20 page research paper on the history,
causes, and ramifications of the Boer War. Bibliography lists
more than a dozen sources. Boerwar.wps

The Industrial Revolution In Great Britain : A 7 page
research paper that explores the ways in which the Industrial
Revolution impacted society as a whole, and specifically on
such areas of child labor, the formation of unions, and changes
to families. The writer demonstrates how the Industrial
Revolution changed the model upon which society is based and
thus impacted even the smallest details of modern life.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. IndBrit.wps

The Effects of the English Industrial Revolution On Family
and Lifestyle :
A 5 page paper discussing how family life and
the structure of society changed in England as a result of the
Industrial Revolution. Bibliography lists five sources.

Child Labor During The British Industrial Revolution :
A 5 page paper that discusses technologies leading to Industrial
Revolution, parental/household aspects of why children were
sent to the factories, factory conditions & statistics, and
reformists and resolution. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

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