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US history

What Was The Great Society

In the 1960s President Lyndon B. Johnson implemented a set of social programs that were collectively referred to as the Great Society measures. As the prosperity experienced following WWII dissipated there was a need to address the poor conditions that the lowest socioeconomic classes were experiencing before it could spread...

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Compare And Contrast The Virginia and New Jersey Plans

After concurring the Articles of Confederation were not working as well as politicians had hoped, the Constitutional Convention of 1787 was an attempt for the states to present their thoughts and notions on how to proceed with a new form of governance. For the purpose of this essay, the Virginia...

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The Blessing And Curse Of The North Dakota Oil Boom

While exploring literature works on the spillover effects of North Dakota’s Oil boom, article works ‘North Dakota’s Oil boom brings damage along with prosperity’ by Nicholas Kusnetz and ‘North Dakota’s Oil boom is a blessing and a curse’ by Ryan Holeywell have been noted to widely discuss issues that have...

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The Mystery of Amelia Earhart’s Final Flight

Mysteries sometimes take on a life of their own, particularly when a famous individual is involved. This is certainly the case with Amelia Earhart, the celebrated aviator who vanished in 1937, and whose final location or remains have never been identified. Few women of the 20th century attained the notoriety...

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Why is the Election of 1896 Considered a Watershed in American Politics?

The years between the American Civil War and the election of 1896 were certainly turbulent and exciting times in American politics. More progressive ideology was emerging and political parties were splitting due to differing beliefs. It is among these reasons why the election of 1896 was considered to be a...

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