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History

Introduction A well-known period in the American history known as Reconstruction mainly refers to the times when American nation as such was constructed; the Union managed to stay preserved, and slaves were freed. However, besides those positive aspects, this page in the history left certain controversial, and in some cases,...

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As William McNeil makes clear in the introduction of his Plagues and Peoples, his purpose is to examine a massive aspect of history he perceives as neglected. While he refers to various historians who have periodically addressed the impact of disease on various populations, he believes insufficient attention has been...

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European society was irrevocably altered as a consequence of the pandemic bubonic plague. It was not only due to the large percentage of the population that died, but that it affected everyone regardless of economic standing, social rank, or church position. Rich, poor, middling class, the clergy from priests to...

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Influenza often appears to be a cold, is believed to be viral, and can lead to other diseases including pneumonia, as well as death. Kansas was the site of the first official appearance in the United States in the beginning of 1918. At this time treatment options were limited due...

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Reconstruction era was a period witnessed in the 18th century from 1863 to 1877 where reforms to uphold social rights were greatly anticipated for by the slaves living in America. The extended demands from the slaves transpired the occurrence of this reconstruction period when the need for equality was demanded...

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For this assignment it was required to watch one of the films chosen by the course instructor. The film that was chosen for this assignment was the 1984 critically acclaimed film: A Passage to India. The synopsis of the film is that it is about British rule over India in...

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The very term �American� is itself highly ambiguous since the area historically described as �the Americas� stretches from Northern Canada to Cape Horn, off the southern coast of Chile. Even attempting to describe the physical or cultural traits of those people living within the United States can be difficult because,...

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In his famed critique of Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois provides a critical voice that helps to explain the full experience of those fighting for racial equality in pre-Civil Rights America. In some respects, DuBois is fair to Washington. DuBois makes a significant effort to account for the difficulties faced...

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The 1960s bore witness to the civil rights movement that took place in the United States where leader Martin Luther King proposed and fought for racial equality. In this paper, I will demonstrate how the 1960s bore the first marks of change when President John F. Kennedy respected Martin Luther...

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