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This essay pertains to Federalist Papers 10, 51 and 85 and considers their principal points and strengths. Five pages in length, four sources are cited.
In nine pages this paper examines the nineteenth century origins of weapons in an historical overview that breaks the topic down into three important time periods of the Industrial Revolution, the Napoleonic Wars, and the US Civil War. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
In four pages this paper examines the period from the American Revolution to the Cold War to examine how America's style of warfare has evolved. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In fifteen pages this paper discusses the post revolutionary war minority creditors' oppression and the states' powers roles in this oppression with an examination of The Federalist Papers included. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.
An overview consisting of 8 pages that provides a methodological perspective on historically studying new populations of immigrants in the West between the years of 1860-1940 and advocates integrating historical perspective through the use of instruments and of qualitative analysis. There are 8 bibliographic sources.
This timeline consists of five pages. There is one visual included and four sources are cited in the bibliography.
A 17 page paper that begins by identifying the only two specific acts in the U.S. Constitution that are assigned to the Congress and the president. The essay traces the powers of the Congress and the president through history and how each took steps to broaden their influence and powers. The writer also discusses the ...
In twelve pages this report examines the patterns of power and how it has developed globally during the 20th century and what power represents in this political, socioeconomic, and military context. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
The writer argues that the Boston Massacre is unjustly portrayed as a brutal misuse of power in most textbooks, and that that interpretation is incorrect. The paper is six pages long and there are six sources listed in the bibliography.
In five pages the historical importance of sea power in the development of the empires of Europe and the New World are examined within the context of The Influence of Sea Power Upon History by Alfred T. Mahan. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
In a paper consisting of three pages the conflicts between New Jersey and Virginia regarding the U.S. Constitution and how they reflected states' differences at 1787's Constitutional Convention are examined. One source is listed in the bibliography.
In four pages this paper considers the state and federal government power divisions in this discussion of the past and present relevance of The Federalist Papers. There are no other sources listed.
In nine pages this essay presents a U.S. Reconstruction period overview in a consideration of presidential and congressional discord, constitutional amendments, the Freedmen's Bureau, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Civil Rights Act. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
This 12 page paper describes a research proposal for a project, the subject of which is the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, one of the earliest of the black regiments recruited during the U.S. Civil War. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
This paper consists of five pages and discusses the social fabric of America up until 1840 in a consideration of politics, society, and religion. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper discusses the profane and sacred sword of Christianity as it pertains to the U.S.
In seven pages this paper discusses the way in which justice fell short in this infamous case and also considers how to expand research on the 'Scottsboro Brothers' case. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper discusses the boycotting of Montgomery buses that inspired this 1958 text and led to the civil rights movement's nonviolent protests of the 1960s. One source is cited in the bibliography.
In five pages historical methodology and how it developed and evolved during this time period are examined with the shift from oral history to statistical and quantitative research analysis noted. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In five pages this paper discusses nuclear proliferation interests as they relate to the United States and Russia with treaty suggestions offered. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.
In six pages the Cold War is examined within the context of whether or not the United States could have avoided its involvement. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
In a paper of nine pages, the writer looks at Holocaust survivors and social workers. A quantitative survey instrument unmasks factors associated with forgiveness among survivors. Paper uses three sources.
In eight pages this paper considers the objectivity of documentary style filmmaking in this examination of Leni Riefensthahl's Triumph of the Will, in which the line between objectivity and Nazi propaganda seems to have been obscured. There are no other sources listed.
In fifteen pages Germany's political landscape of the Thirties is explored in a consideration of the SS and SA power struggle along with how the SS assisted Adolf Hitler in his power rise. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.
This paper imagines how the course of world history might have changed had Hitler not been in power in Germany in four pages. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In eight pages this paper compares these two men's leadership styles and power base abuses of each. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
In a paper consisting of 7 pages an argument supporting the inclusion of Nostradamus in textbooks on world history is made for his accomplishments which include radical but important ideas such as the necessity of clean water and his persecution despite the thousands of lives saved during the plague due to his expertise as a ...
In five pages this report discusses the Enlightenment and how this time period is represented in A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
In twelve pages this paper discusses the power struggles that took place throughout the various European states during the 18th century and how monarchical neglect resulted in conflicts like the French Revolution. There are four sources in the annotated bibliography.
In ten pages this paper asserts that modern capitalism can be traced back to imperialist empires with the French and British colonial governments of West Africa featured as an example. Nine sources are listed in the bibliography.
In ten pages Europe's efforts to minimize continental war are examined in an exploration of the steps it has undertaken with U.S. considerations and EU implications among the topics of discussion. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
In ten pages this paper examines the post 1945 European increase in leftist political parties in a comparative analysis of France's French Fourth Republic and the Labour government of Clement Atlee in Great Britain. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.
In twenty one pages this paper examines how Hitler and his Nazi Party used their persuasive powers to their advantage and capitalized on the discord that resulted from the German defeat in the First World War. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.
In seven pages this report examines how the lives of Italian children were changed by the Fascist movement led by Benito Mussolini. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.
In seven pages this paper discusses how European security because of the Cold War is now controlled by the United States and not the powers of Europe. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
In eight pages this essay considers the power rises of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini as depicted by Peter Banyard in The Rise of the Dictators. There are no other sources listed.
This 13 page paper is a research proposal to study the perception of national identity in Western Ukraine in the context of the current difficulties in the country. The paper has the aim of determining if the majority of the present days Western Ukrainians do not see themselves as one nation with Eastern Ukrainians due ...
In seven pages Walter LaFeber's America, Russia, and the Cold War 1945-1990 is reviewed and assessed in terms of its strengths and weaknesses. There are no other sources listed.
In six pages this research paper assesses the pros and cons of Stalin's Russian industrialization. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
This paper presents an empirical research proposal to discuss the issue of female oppression in Islamic states. The author discusses whether such oppression is a fundamental aspect of the teachings in the Koran, or simply an aspect religious extremist cultural. This twelve page paper lists four sources in the bibliography.
In a question and answer format this paper consisting of six pages considers the Israeli and Arab relationship through such topics as proposals to end the discord, Israel's voting system, et cetera. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.
Discussion about the origin and perpetuation of the conflict between Sunnis and Shi'ites. Five sources are cited in the bibliography of this seven page paper.
In a paper of twenty-five pages, the writer looks at Malaysian Islam. The unique state power held by Islam in this nominally democratic society is explored in depth. Paper uses seven sources.
This paper details the contrasts between Los Angeles and Tehran, and what an immigrant from Tehran might expect upon arrival in Los Angeles. This four page paper has two sources listed in the bibliography.
In five pages this essay by Roger Daniels is framed within offering a response to the question 'Is President Bush's proposal for immigration new or is one that is historical and traditional?' and includes previous immigration acts especially as they relate to illegal aliens. One source is cited in the bibliography.
This research paper offers an extensive discussion of literature tht pertain to the role of women during World War II. The writer discusses how social expectations changed and how the contributions of women were invaluable to the Allied war effort. This fourteen page paper has thirty sources in the bibliography.
A 3 page query letter to the editors of Cobblestone, a history magazine designed for use by young readers. The writer proposes an idea for an article about Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of television and summarizes the proposed article’s contents. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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