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    Reviews work on nationalistic/imperialistic arrogance which involved U.S. & France in Vietnam.

    This study will provide a book review of Lloyd C. Gardner's Approaching Vietnam: From World War II Through Dienbienphu, 1941-1954. The book begins w... more
    5 pages | 1 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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    Reviews work challenging conventional concept & understanding of nationalism.

    The conventional picture of nationalism is that it is an ideology which grew up in Europe in the aftermath of the French Revolution, and became normat... more
    5 pages | 1 sources | 6 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Examines British-Amer. economic, legal & political differences, British mishandling of problems, inevitability of revolution.

    PRIMARY CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND ITS INEVITABILITY This research paper examines whether British mishandling of the American colonies dur... more
    8 pages | 11 sources | 26 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Discusses the life and body of work of 19th Century architect Richard Morris Hunt. His successful career; contribution to city architecture (especially New York City). Key works he designed and created. His aesthetic views. Background of 19th Century architecture & role of the architect. Impact of the Industrial Age. Appendix with illustrations of some of Hunt's major buildings.

    Richard Morris Hunt (1827-1895) was born in Brattleboro, Vermont into a prominent family. He went to study in Geneva, Switzerland and later he enrolle... more
    9 pages | 6 sources | 13 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    An essay detailing reasons why the Second Continental Congress (1775) was the most significant event in history between 1492 and 1876. Philosophical resonance and political implications are explored. The enduring basic principles that emenated from the Second Continental Congress. Its "sin" in not including slaves in human rights concerns.

    The age of exploration imperialism and colonialism may be said tohave begun in the late th century as European monarchs began to financeconquering sea... more
    8 pages | 6 sources | 20 citations | MLA citation style

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    A look at five modern thinkers and their views on American hegemony. Considers whether the United States should pursue empire in the 21st century. Arguments in the affirmative and the negative are considered.

    That the United States is the most influential nation in the world isbeyond dispute The continued role the US will play in world affairs is however ho... more
    5 pages | 5 sources | 18 citations | MLA citation style

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    An analysis of factors which led the Imperial Japanese government to adopt a southern v. a northern war strategy in 1940-1941, and to attack Pearl Harbor rather than Russia. The issue of China.

    JAPAN'S DECISION TO STRIKE SOUTHWARDS IN This research paper analyzes the factors which led the ImperialJapanese Government to strike southwards in la... more
    7 pages | 11 sources | 25 citations | APA citation style

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    Discussses American culture throughout its history. Creating a unique American identity as a process influenced by major events from the American Revolution, to the Civil War, to the aftermath of 9/11. The nation's sense of idealistic optimism.

    Fashioning an American Creating or fashioning a uniquely American identity is a processthat has continued over time it is also a process influenced by... more
    6 pages | 3 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style

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    A survey of the use of media to further public diplomacy. Defines public diplomacy and how it promotes the national interests of a country. The recent use of television and the World Wide Web by governments in the area of public diplomacy.

    Media Studies and Public Diplomacy Public diplomacy deals with the ways the citizens of one countrycommunicate their national personality and goals to... more
    5 pages | 7 sources | 27 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides an argument that University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill was fully within the free speech rights guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution when he wrote a speech declaring the acts of 9/11 were motivated by America’s own acts of violence that involve civilians and innocent victims.

    Free Speech Introduction The First Amendment to the United States Constitution is part of theU S Bill of Rights that expressly prohibits the U S Congr... more
    7 pages | 4 sources | 17 citations | MLA citation style

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