Samples "History"

History

There are several benefits of the tax system that was introduced by Napoleon. This is mainly because the system of laws was hugely disjointed. During this time when the tax laws were introduced, the existing laws were not codified. They were based on the Roman laws, monarchial paternalism and ancient...

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A theme park is a type of an amusement park. An amusement park is a commercially operated park that offers various forms of entertainment that includes arcade games, roller coasters, performers, souvenirs, as well as food and drinks (Tucholka and Steffanie). However, the settings and attractions of theme parks have...

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Gamal Abdul Nasser stressed that the July 23rd revolution was about gaining independence from the British military presence existing in Egypt at the time. The two revolutions Nasser referred two were about politics and social justice. The political revolution was about fighting to gain independence from oppression, and a revolution...

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Wu Zetian is widely regarded as one of the most notable and influential women in Chinese history. Wu came from a well off family and decided to leave her family house in order to embrace court life as she believed that living in the realm of Emperor Taizong would be...

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The afternoon of February 1, 1960 brought four African-American college students face-to-face with destiny. This was the date on which the Greensboro sit-in started. Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, David Richmond, and Ezell Blair Jr. were four African-American students studying at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical University, and they had had...

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Historically, the US has been known as ‘the melting pot of nations’, built by the people coming from all over the world and sharing the same culture. However, the recent trends indicate that such nation-building process based on the foundation of immigration is no longer always exemplary and successful. Pros:...

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The migration of Salvadorans, Guatemalans, and Nicaraguans to the United States occurred because of the economic devastation, the civil war, and repression. The people were plagued with poverty and hunger, and they chose to leave their lives and head to the United States in hopes of gaining new opportunities. The...

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The issue of immigration has always dominated the political agenda in the United States particularly in the electioneering period. Many political candidates are usually hard-pressed to express their stand or viewpoints in regards to the issue of surging numbers of immigrants specifically those that enter the country illegally or live...

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It's difficult at times, seeing them and knowing that they'll never understand. I can't fault them for it but it's still the truth surrounding them. I never had the luxury of growing up here and I will never understand the way that they truly see me or my family. That...

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