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Hunger in Africa: Causes and Effects History Term Paper
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Due to the undying hunger and malnutrition rate in Africa, which became one of the major causes of death in the entire continent, a number of local and international organizations were alarmed in this situation and further expressed their great concern on these affected individuals specifically the poor and innocent children.
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Analysis of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley History Book Report/Review
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In the lower castes of Huxley’s society, individuals are simple workers who are basically one task thinkers. The production of human life is very vital to the economic structure of any particular society. The workers are created for the purpose of living a meager life. They are conditioned to serve the economy of society.
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Aldous Huxley's Brave New World: Comparing the People Living on the Reservation to the American Indians History Research Paper
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In the “Brave New World” the life of Native Americans is in a natural habitat and complex mechanical society is not their desire and dream-like reservation residents. They live in coordination with nature and their habitat and a person from a New World may feel insecure and frightened by the way of tribal living.
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World War II Weapons History Research Paper
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The author states that the countries put much effort into scientific research and use of the then existing technologies to come up with better and more reliable weapons. It was a race where each country poured in industrial, economic, and technological knowledge so as to emerge victoriously.
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Investigating into the History of the World Personalities History Essay
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Since the social movements are launched with the hidden agenda of obtaining some social privileges, economic benefits, pecuniary gains and/or political advantages, so the leaders of such movements instigate the masses to organize demonstrations and keep the law in their hands for the attainment of the demands being sought by their leadership. 
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Critique of The Birth of a Nation Film Directed by D.W Griffith History Movie Review
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The general subject of the Birth of a Nation movie is the original proximity sin of the black and white races. The introductory scene, where Africans are brought into America and gotten rid of as slaves, is given a description in a title card: “The taking of an African to the United States of America was the plantation of the first disunion seed”.
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The Battle of the Mine Creek History Assignment
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The author states that many significant battles were fought in the war. One of these significant battles was the battle of the Mine Creek. The battle was between the Union cavalry from Iowa and the rebels led by the Major General Price. The Mine Creek battle was fought at noon on the 25th of October 1884.
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Analysis of Escape from Camp 14 by Blaine Harden History Term Paper
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In the modern world today, freedom is a concept that lies in the hearts and tongues of every individual. From teenagers, especially teenagers to adults, every single person is rather aware of their rights. When talking about rights, there are no surprises in the fact that freedom takes the number one spot on that list.
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Rhetorical Analysis of Conspiracy Theories History Term Paper
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The JFK assassination is similar to the assassination of Martin Luther King Junior because they were done to betray the course of the civil rights movement and aim to end the war in Vietnam. Similarly, the JFK assassination is blamed on the government, but there has never been concrete evidence to show that the government was involved.
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The Black Sox Scandal History Assignment
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The author states that the incident was dubbed as The Black Sox Scandal, a wordplay on the White Sox’ name, whose reputation suffered badly as a result of the scandal and led to a permanent ban being imposed on the 8 players from the said club. The Black Sox Scandal reflected some of the shady dealings.
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Martin Luther Kings Role in Shaping the American History History Article
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The author states that it was the American President Franklin D. Roosevelt who had suggested that the right to freedom is not the only prerogative of the Jews in Nazi concentration camps but also to all sections of people who are dominated by the Western power. However, such a stage of liberalization was not expected by the American leaders.
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Colonialism and South Asia History Coursework
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The author states that the Non-Cooperation movement was one of the most important events in the early days of the 20th century in the Indian Subcontinent. The non-cooperation movement had its political, economic, social, cultural, regional, international, domestic and international repercussions and angles to it.
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The Genius and Ambiguities of the American Founders History Research Proposal
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The federal government has been unable to function as to the expectations of the founding fathers, and a good example is a role that it plays in taking some powers that belong to the state governments. James Madison, one of the founders of the state denotes that the role of the federal government is limited to specific functions. 
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The Manner in Which the Federal Government Usurps Powers That Initially Belonged to the State Governments and the Judiciary History Case Study
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The founding fathers of the State never had in their mind that the Federal government will usurp powers that the state governments have, or deny some individuals their basic rights. They believed that possession of numerous powers by the Federal government would not result to the proper functioning of the state. 
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The American Civil War History Essay
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One of the key reasons why the war resulted was the social and economic differences between the southern and northern states. I acknowledge that one of the economic differences was that the states of the South relied heavily on cotton as their livelihood hence they needed the use of slaves for the growth of their cotton.
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First Man on the Moon History Essay
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After a meritorious career in NASA Neil Armstrong finally retired in 1971 “and joined the University of Cincinnati faculty as a professor of aerospace engineering” (Brinkley 37).  After eight years in the university, Neil Armstrong moved to the technology sector by becoming Chairman of Computing Techologies for Aviation Inc., based in Virginia.  He also took other corporate jobs (Brinkley 37-38).
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Criticism Against American Exceptionalism History Literature review
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American exceptionalism connotes the belief held by American citizens that the United States is a unique state in light of past development that has taken place in contrast to other countries. Exceptionalism could easily be narrowed down into nationalism but its extremes are more concentrated and more expansive than that. 
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Role of Peace Movements History Case Study
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According to the social learning theory, people learn from the behavior of others. Bandura, the proponent of the theory stated: “Most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others, one forms an idea of how new behaviors are performed, and on later occasions, this coded information serves as a guide for action.”
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Ethical Analysis of Comments on White Supremacist in the film Crash History Movie Review
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The film ultimately managed to promote the theme of human connectivity, despite the existence of social divisions (Orbe & Kinefuchi, 2008). However, the manner in which this theme was explored and developed in the film did not serve to promote the human interconnectivity more than it exploited the racial prejudices.
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Consequences of The Cold War History Term Paper
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To some, the cold war was beneficial to them and to others, it was the worst period they will ever wish to encounter. The major effects of the Cold war to the countries in the world and third world countries are the mode of governance with many countries heavily borrowing from the Marxist-Leninist single-party states and the Capitalist state with generally free and fair elections.
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Samurai Armor and Weaponry History Case Study
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Whoever desires to be placed in the highest position of authority and power, must bear in mind the responsibility entailed by the position. That is the demand for service to the people and the country. “A sword that kills, a sword that gives life,” as a Japanese saying goes. Indeed, the weapons of destruction can become weapons for service.
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19th Century Literature and Medicine History Essay
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The fact remains that people still have wrong notions regarding medical problems and a lot of medical issues are still brushed up beneath the carpet in the name of so-called social etiquette or societal rules. The battle between social discourse and scientific knowledge has been a primordial one. And it is doubtful whether the hiatus can ever be bridged.
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A Warning from History History Essay
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Having the emotional content to the atrocities that were committed during the war allows for a deeper connection to the importance of remembering the events that culminated in such horrible results. However, understanding the economic and political details of the environment that supported the events of World War II is also of deep importance. 
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Writers Taking Risks: Fredrick Douglass History Term Paper
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The abolitionists organized different anti-slavery groups such as the Rochester women and often delivered lectures to motivate like-minded people to keep on with the struggle. Freed blacks during the antebellum period were encouraged to play a role by purchasing slaves and allowing them more rights.  
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Value as the Basic Right in the World History Case Study
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The author states that athleticism is selected from Greece. The Kouros statues (boys) are a historical sculpture in Greece that represents the value of athleticism which was widely followed in this civilization and was an integral part of the Greek culture at the time when this statue was constructed.
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The Native American Indians History Term Paper
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The tribes have also changed their system of meeting their daily needs. Many of them have embraced tourism and also sell handcrafts. In 1988, the federal government permitted casinos and other forms of gambling on the reservation. Still, other Indian tribes earn their money from taxes on gas or oil produced in their land.
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Uruk and Corinth in Ancient Times History Term Paper
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The early Mesopotamians used irrigation to harvest water from the Euphrates River and water their plants. The continued flooding of the river led to the increased fertility of the topsoil in the area (Liverani 8). This together with the presence of fish in the river contributed to the city’s prosperity.
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The Salem Witch Trials in 1692 History Essay
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From June to September of 1692, nineteen were condemned of witchcraft and were heaved to Gallows Hill, a desolate hill nearby Salem Village, for hanging. Furthermore, another elderly man of over eighty years was hard-pressed to death beneath heavyweight rocks for declining to submit to prosecution on witchcraft accusations.
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The Rise Of Socialism During The Industrialization Period History Book Report/Review
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Little worker protection existed, which meant that people were perpetually working at least 12 hour days, and often 6 day weeks, at the very least: they barely had time to have a life between moments of work (Walker 675). The long-working hour, poverty, and health issue pushed the rise of socialism in some degree. However, it is not mostly significant.  
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The Pullman Strike of 1894: Causes, Events, and Effects History Case Study
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The Pullman Strike of 1894 has its roots in the depression, unfair labor practices, and conflicts between capitalist and socialist ideology, as well as between the ruling capitalist society and the working class. The events of the strike showed the power of the ruling capitalist society in controlling workers’ conditions.
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Symbol of Qasr Al Hosn in UAE History Case Study
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Qasr Al Hosn was crucial, and still, it is one of the symbols that reflect the originality of the Emirati locals. First of all, Qasr Al Hosn was the first defensive entity for people’s life securities in the UAE owing to its role as a defender to protect water sources on this island hundreds of years ago.
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American Civil Rights Movement History Case Study
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Despite there being the Fourteenth Amendment that aimed at bringing an end to discrimination, elected and appointed government officials in most of the states allowed fragments that would encourage discrimination. The African Americans felt that they deserved being treated equally leading to a series of events and reform movements that were referred to as the American Civil Rights Movement.
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Thomas Rowlands George B. McClellan and Civil War History: In the Shadow of Grant and Sherman History Book Report/Review
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Union commander George B. McClellan has always been a potent subject for controversy because he was one of the most complex generals in History. Even though he was much gifted with organizational and administrative skills, yet he was both unwilling and unable to fight with the strong army that he has created.
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How the Printing Press Effected History History Essay
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The ironic fact is that in the contemporary world, printing is more of a business than a human and historical vocation. Thereby, the power of the printed word is confined in the hands of those who are elites and who have control over the printing business. Considering this fact it is indeed true to hold that the printing press greatly tempered with the compilation of history.
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The Significance of the Luxembourg Crisis History Case Study
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It's pointed out that West European governments have sought to establish a system wherein there will be a careful balance of their sovereignty while at the same time pursuing prosperity and security among themselves. In fact, Europe today is more peaceful and prosperous than any other time in its history.
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Three Amazing Facts of Lifestyle from Greek History History Case Study
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The social of most of the people of Greeks were similar except the Spartans. The Spartans were well-known for their military skills and they had strong policies in place in order to train young boys their own fighting skills. Since ancient Greek society had limited scientific tools, they were very superstitious in nature.
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The Moment of the Truth in the USA History Essay
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 For the sake of the generations to come, the economy of the United States should be saved from its trend towards devastation. In spite of their different backgrounds and origins, leaders can all agree to the fact that the financial condition of the United States is critical and if it is not attended to due concern, the condition may lead to the collapse of the economy in the near future. 
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The 1983 Cricket World Cup History Literature review
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If one was a good cricketer one was considered to be a good citizen. Yes, Cricket has become the mainstay of sports and undoubtedly has a strong and direct link with Indian National consciousness. In the words of Guttmann, “It is recognized that there are close links between sports and politics; and in particular between sport and national conscious”. (Guttmann A., 2003)  
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Power of European Dictators Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini in WWII History Term Paper
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World War II (1939 -1945) involved several countries, the offensive being launched by the Axis Forces made up of Germany, Italy, and Japan, led by Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and Tojo Hideki respectively. The opposing side was made up of the Allies composed of China, Russia, the U.K, France, and the U.S, whose leaders were: Chiang Kai-shek, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, and Franklin Roosevelt respectively.
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The Role of the Catholic Church and the Vatican During the Nazi Holocaust History Literature review
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The history of human civilization has witnessed numerous such incidents that exhibit the brutality of human beings against their counterparts. However, during the Second World War, a policy of the Nazi force regarding planned annihilation of Jewish mass across the world, of which Poland became the worst victim truly emerge as the worst incident reflecting the magnitude of crime against humanity.
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The First World War: Gallipoli Campaign History Case Study
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It is ironic, however, that the Allies got their act together after suffering great damage to their resources. The December withdrawal of troops, which ended the campaign, remains the only efficient and well-planned phase of the whole operation. This further highlights the importance of sound planning. In this instance, the Allied leadership applied the principle and it fetched agreeable results.
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History of the Word Nationalism and How Its Meaning Has Changed History Assignment
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Globalization made the mastery of English language skills a requirement for success in many fields of endeavour. It is expected of people to have at least a minimum knowledge of the English language for them to get along with most other people in the world as English is the virtual lingua franca today. 
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Napoleon I as a Liberator in Conquered European Territories History Coursework
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The French Republic had sworn hatred of the tyrants that continually besieged its neighbors and instituted the principles of the newly formed constitution within the psyche of the army as well.  Their animating principle was the respect for property, humanity and religion of cultures they conquered.  
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Athenian Democracy and Its Citizens History Coursework
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Ancient Athenian democracy, at a first glance, does indeed portray a picture of a perfect democracy where all citizens are free to take part in the state governance. However, an in-depth study will reveal that behind the depicted delineation there is much discrimination that goes against the basic tenets of democracy.
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The Place of Huey Long in the 1936 United States Presidential Election History Literature review
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Huey P. Long, the U.S. Senator from Louisiana, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt shared many commonalities. Both were powerful Democratic politicians at the national level during the 1930s. Each possessed a somewhat liberal ideology and often advocated government entitlement programs along with other measures to alleviate poverty.
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Worlds Fire History History Coursework
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In 1984, some people died immediately while others sustained injuries and died later due to complications related to the tragedy. The leakage is said to have been caused by nonfunctional valves and substandard safety systems, which led to the leakage from the Methyl isocyanate gas tank (Asia-Europe Foundation 12-18).
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The USA after the End of the Cold War History Literature review
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Since the end of the Cold War in 1991, the balance of power swayed in favor of the United States.  While the ruling elite of the United States seems to have benefited from this change in fortune, the rest of the world has had mixed consequences since the end of the Cold War.  Political commentators agree that the demise of the Soviet Union heralded a new world order.
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Amount of Experience of the Many Generations of Ship Builders History Research Paper
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Sailors will also be in co-operated into the study so that the data which will be captured using the research tool will be valid and reliable. Data will be entered into a computer after which it will be subjected. The interpretations from the same will tell more. The main aim of this study will be to show how ships and boats have evolved.
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Impact of Cultural Revolution of the 1960s on British Society History Coursework
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New pop groups emerged and life became ‘swinging’ for many young people. The older generation still did not approve but was powerless to do anything. The early 1960s can be described best as ‘a grey period’ and not as the ‘swinging sixties’ which came later. The popular culture of the 1960s was both damaging and constructive to different groups of people.
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To What Extent Has the Nature of State Sovereignty Changed in the Post-Cold War Era History Essay
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Russia has been an influential country since earlier times; hence studying its development also becomes essential.  What we know of Russia today has been primarily separated as pre-Cold war and post-cold war era.  While discussing the cold war, it is not just Russia that gathers our attention but in fact, the war brings our attention to the change in state sovereignty as well. 
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