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This is a two page paper that summarizes the article “John Adams and the Coming of the Revolution.” The paper is written in MLA style. The only source used was an article. The paper touches on three important concepts the chapter addresses regarding the events leading up to the Revolution, as well as John Adams’ role in it. | more info

This is a 3-page history essay discussing America’s early history. It discusses what made the delegates ignore their instructions and write a new constitution in 1787. It analyzes what major issues were discussed and debated as well as their resolutions. It also presents the resources the delegates used for inspiration. It also discusses which issues were not addressed and what difficulties the delegates faced. It relies on 1 source and is presented in APA format. | more info

This is a 3-page essay discussing The Bread Givers by Anzia Yezierska. It will survey major cultural, economic, social intellectual and political trends from the 1920s and 1930s that are present in the book. The issues of this time period evident in the book will be discussed and analyzed in essay form. It relies on 1 source and is presented in MLA format. | more info

This is a 4-page history essay discussing the forces that led to the Civil War. Political, social and economic factors are analyzed. It begins with the debate over slavery in the Constitutional Convention, and includes the following: the Missouri Compromise, the sectional crisis of the 1830s, the abolitionists, Bloody Kansas, the Dred Scott decision, Harper’s Ferry and the election of Lincoln. It relies on 8 sources and is presented in APA format. | more info

This report—relying on one source, in MLA format and 5 pages in length—discusses aspects of the Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson approaches to government, including the role that government should play in ‘forcing’ public policy. Relying on John M. Cooper's 'Pivotal Decades,' the report examines TR's approach to the formation of regulatory legislation (e.g., FDA, Pure Food and Drug), especially efforts to assure that there was a public appreciation of fairness to all interested parties. The report examines the attitudes of Woodrow Wilson, a considerably more arbitrary individual and one who, more than TR, believed in using government as a vehicle for changing public attitudes (almost by fiat). | more info

This is a three page paper that is a book review of Bunting’s Ulysses S. Grant. It has three sources cited ten times in the Chicago Manual of Style using in text numbers and footnotes. It has a short author biography, a summary of the contents and a review of the writing. | more info

This is a college junior level essay on the subject of history. The spread of industrialization in the former Jamestown/Virginia region is discussed. The significance of the Virginia Resolves toward the industrialization in Virginia is considered. This is a 2 page paper written in APA format, it relies on 4 sources. | more info

This is a 5-page term paper on the impact of Eumenides on the formation of western government. It will discuss how Eumenides helped in establishing the concepts of government, law, and order in western society. It will utilize five sources and follow APA format. | more info

This is a 6-page African and American Studies paper that discusses the Boston Massacre of 1770. A brief history is given that outlines the events of the Boston Massacre. The event is then analyzed with a focus on Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, James Caldwell, Samuel Maverick, and Patrick Carr. It relies on 5 sources and is presented in Chicago Style. | more info

This is a 6-page research paper that discusses the evolution and history of Fire Science in the United States. It included detailed information about the history of the fire service as well as important changes that have been made to make the fire service what it is today. It relies on 5 sources and is presented in APA format. | more info

This report, 11 pages in length, in MLA format, and relying on 7 sources, discusses a plethora of historical events occurring in 1969. | more info

This report, 7 pages in length, relying on 9 sources and in MLA format, discusses the social impact—in terms of crime, unemployment, family formation, immigration—of the Great Depression. | more info

This is a 7 page paper that argues whether the bombing of Hiroshima was justified. It is written in MLA style and uses ten sources. The thesis statement is: The reasons given to justify the war will be examined using the Just War Theory to prove that the atomic bombing of Hiroshima was unjustified; a non-atomic bombing would have been much more justified. | more info

This is a six page paper that discusses the Battle of Pork Chop Hill. It is written in MLA style and uses six sources. The paper includes footnotes. | more info

This report, 11 pages in length, in APA format and relying on 7 sources, is composed of the answers to three essay questions in American history. 1. How does the impeachment process work? Which presidents were subjected to impeachment proceedings? What was the outcome in each instance? Why didn’t Iran-Contra result in impeachment? 2. Some have described the 1960s and early 1970s as a time when the presidency became an ‘imperial presidency.’ Do you agree or disagree with this assessment? Be sure to explain why or why not. 3. History shows that our country has not had good luck when it sought to intervene in the internal affairs of other countries. What similarities and dissimilarities do you see in the following events: Bay of Pigs, Korean War, Viet Nam, Iraq. | more info

This is a seven-page Sociology research paper in MLA format. The subject of the paper is the internment of more than 100,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry or nationality, citizens and non-citizens, during World War II. The thesis of the paper is that the causes of the mass incarceration were “race prejudice, war hysteria, and a lack of political leadership.” The roots of anti-Japanese racism in the U.S. are explored. The phenomenon of war hysteria is described. The role of the American political leadership is discussed. The paper relies on 12 sources, primarily contemporary media accounts of the internment process. | more info

This is a six-page research paper analyzing a significant social movement of the 1960s. The back-ground, causes, purposes, and effects of the Civil Rights Movement are discussed. The paper is written in APA format, and uses twelve sources. | more info

This report, 5 pages in length, in APA format, and relying on 5 sources, answers two essay questions concerning the Articles of Confederation and the efforts of the 1787 Constitutional Convention to overcome shortcoming associated with government under the Articles. The first question is: What were the major debates during the Constitutional Convention? How did the Constitution address the failures of the Articles of Confederation? The second question is: Contrast the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation government with the common desire to maintain local democratic controls. | more info

This report, 5 pages in length and in APA format, answers three essay questions in American history and political philosophy. The first question is: Why did the South feel it had no option but to leave the Union? The second question is: Is compromise always the answer? Are there causes worth fighting for? The third question is: How does one decide if a law is unjust? Should unjust laws be obeyed? No sources are used. | more info

This report, in MLA format, 9 pages in length and relying on 9 sources, discusses the contribution of 4 representative civil rights leaders from the 1955-1965 period. The report references legislation, administrative decisions and court cases associated with the individuals and evaluates their various goals and approaches. | more info

This report, 12 pages in length and in Chicago/Turabian style, considers certain aspects of naval warfare and doctrinal development during World War II, in the light of three historical studies. Three sources are provided. | more info

This is a four-page research paper comparing how affectively the American military and the British military worked in securing the allegiance of the colonialists during the Revolutionary War. Strengths and weaknesses of certain military actions are analyzed. The paper is presented in MLA format, and uses 7 sources. | more info

This 11 page research paper uses 8 sources and is in MLA format. It discusses the various elements regarding slavery and issues during the Reconstruction period. | more info

This is a 14-page paper on Crazy Horse and his fight to keep the Black Hills. It is done in MLA format and offers a pro Native American point of view of Crazy Horse’s struggle. | more info

Using James Shideler's ideas about rural-urban conflict in the Twenties and Robinson's article on North Dakota and Rambow's article on the Ku Klux Klan, this paper illustrates the themes that Shideler presents and tells about the adjustments that the residents of the Great Plains had to make during the 1920's. Pages: 6 Sources: 2 Format: MLA with footnotes | more info

This paper examines the pros and cons of absolutism. It draws from history of Eastern Europe to lists the cons of absolutism and the history of Western Europe to exemplify the pros to an absolutist rule. It evens shows examples of absolutism in a modern context concluding that absolutism is not an effective method to rule. Pages: 6.25 Sources: 4 Format: MLA with footnotes | more info

This paper looks at the events that led up to the Battle of 73 Easting and the modern technology used to fight this battle and Desert Storm. Pages: 3 Sources: 3 Format: MLA with footnotes | more info

This paper focuses the Black Panther Party. Its main thesis is that civil rights were not nearly as well achieved, as many believed during the 1960's. This paper is divided into three sections. The first gives a general look at human and civil rights in the United States. The next looks at the Black Panther Party. And then, it looks at how the government stifled the civil rights movement by the Black Panther Party and the various court cases that arose from this. Pages: 6 Sources: 8 Format: MLA with footnotes and a bibliography | more info

This paper is an in-depth look at the Cuban Missile Crisis. It is a historical account of the events surrounding the Crisis, decisions made and all the key players. Pages: 32 Sources: 18 Format: MLA with endnotes | more info

This paper looks at early Christian allusions in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s' I Have a Dream speech. It is written in a sophisticated tone that is reflected through its sentence structure and vocabulary use. Pages: 5 Sources: 2 Format: MLA | more info

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