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HISTORY: U.S. (Before 1865)

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TWO REVOLUTIONS.
Analysis of the American Revolution and the Russian Revolution. Achievement of territorial sovereignty by the American Revolution. Ensuing economic and political problems. Revolutionary visions and the U.S. Constitution. The Russian Revolution's mobilization and transformation of a society. Affect on Russian infrastructure and global geopolitical system. Marx's social theory and Communist Manifesto. Factions.
The impulse to revolution may reside in the felt need of a mass of people to respond to their experience of tyranny by declaring themselves sovereign.... more
4 pages | 7 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

Price: $60.00

THE RADICALISM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIOIN.
Contends that the Revolution was uncompromising and radical. Radicalism based on a full and complete severing of any formal governmental relationship with England. Belief that Americans should control their own destinies. British Colonial rule; taxes and restraints. Social mobility and rising middle class of the American Colony. Ideas of the Revolutionary leaders.
The Radicalism of the American Revolution
Introduction
One of the more intriguing questions in the field of American history is this: How... more
15 pages | 8 sources | 41 citations | TURABIAN citation style

Price: $56.00

ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND JEFFERSON DAVIS.
Discusses their leadership styles. Contends that President Lincoln was a superior leader. Lincoln's possession of traits and qualities needed for success in a crisis such as the American Civil War; a statesman with a clear goal. Jefferson lacking some critical characteristics and attributes, in spite of his intellect and skill as a tactician.
The Leadership Styles of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis
Introduction
During the upheaval of the American Civil War, the Union and the... more
14 pages | 11 sources | 41 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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RELIGION IN COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA.
Examines how religious practice evolved in the English colonies. Colonists rejection of the single Christian community ideal of the Church of England. Massachusetts Bay Colony as a prototype for other New England colonies. Puritan ideals. Dissenters. Oppression of religious freedom. Witch trials. Formation of the Rhode Island Colony and religious tolerance.
This research examines religion in English colonial life in North America. The research will set forth the context in which colonial religious... more
3 pages | 3 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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TWO CIVIL WAR BOOKS.
Examines Union and Confederate attitudes towards the war. Information used from William Blair's "Virginia's Private War," and C. W. Wills' "Army Life of an Illinois Soldier." Discusses the individual torment of war & its affect on the soldiers, the enemy and civilians. What compelled Rebel sodiers to sacrifice their lives and health for their cause.
TO PRESERVE THE UNION!
From a callow youth who joined the Union Army because, as he put it, it ‘beats clerkin’” (Willa 1996 vii),... more
8 pages | 2 sources | 22 citations | MLA citation style

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FEDERALISTS AND ANTIFEDERALISTS.
Contrasts the views and actions of the two political groups. Their ideas of what the powers of the federal government should be. Federalist believers James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay. Madison's concept of a system of checks and balances. Anti-Federalist mistrust of republican form of government & a powerful central government.
FEDERALISTS AND ANTIFEDERALISTS
In the early days of this nation, two sides attempted to put their ideas into action. Federalism is, more or... more
5 pages | 7 sources | 9 citations | APA citation style

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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA.
Argues tht Columus did not "discover" America since it was already inhabited by non-European human beings. Discusses Columbus' achievement as the first European to sail the Atlantic & bring European culture, religion & values to the land he discovered. His passion for discovery. His point of view that he and his men owned all they "discovered," & the existing inhabitants having no value as human beings. Contends that Columbus' discovery of America was a major element in the mythical, not actual, past of the nation.
This study will argue that Christopher Columbus did not "discover" America, and that only by twisting reality can it be said that he or any European... more
7 pages | 5 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
Discusses radical aspects of the Revolution. Belief of many colonists in self-governance. Attempts to reach accommodation with the British Crown. British denial of colonists' demands for greater autonomy and other issues such as excessive taxes that led to Revolution. Radicals such as Sam Adams. Events leading up to the Declaration of Independence.
How Revolutionary Was the American Revolution?

In the early 1770s, colonial America was gripped by various
tensions linked to... more
11 pages | 10 sources | 38 citations | APA citation style

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COLUMBUS DAY.
Discusses the European-American encounter of 1492. Questions whether celebration of Columbus Day should be changed to a different kind of commemoration as a means of making historical amends to Native Americans. Contends Columbus Day has lost its significance as the Columbus myth has proved to be false.
The question of how to commemorate the European-American encounter that began in 1492 is controversial because it goes to the heart of the very nature... more
3 pages | 6 sources | 2 citations | MLA citation style

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LONG ISLAND AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
Patriot sentiment in the New York area. Long Island under Dutch rule of New Amsterdam. Annexation to New England. British rule. The Grenville Acts (Sugar Act, Stamp tax, Quartering Act). Townshend Acts and Colonial boycott. The Battle of Long Island, first major one of the Revolutionary War.
This research examines conditions on Long Island, New York, on the eve of the American Revolution. The research will discuss how the currents of... more
6 pages | 6 sources | 14 citations | MLA citation style

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