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War

During World War 1, there was a conflict between the political rhetoric and economic necessity faced by Woodrow Wilson. The core of the conflict  was the fact that while Woodrow Wilson stated in his address to the Congess on April 2, 1917 that "The world must be made safe for democracy”...

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When Nixon entered the rush for the presidency, he promised that he would become the president who ended the Vietnam War. However, he was driven by the idea of achieving peace with honor. Even though, in theory, his approach seemed viable and effective, in real life, it faced several notable...

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The Vietnamizing the war is the term which is associated with the figure of the US president Richard Nixon. Vietnamizing the war is the withdrawal of the US troops from the theatre of war in Vietnam. Richard Nixon was a sort of forced to make this uneasy decision, and there...

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World War II resulted from a series of issues, many of which were caused by World War I (previously called “The Great War”). While the roots of World War I stemmed from the move towards nationalism during the late Nineteenth Century, the roots of WWII came from the way countries...

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The United States before World War I was a powerful economic player on the geopolitical map. Although the 19th century was a period of conflict and division in the country, it was also one of the swift economic development, prosperity, and industrialization. Mark Twain later called this period of American...

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The southern and the northern parts of America developed along different orientations and alignments. The northern part of America was highly industrialized while the southern part concentrated in the agricultural production as their main economic activity. This led to the development of different social and political activities between these two...

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In Afghanistan, the United States sends more than just its troops. The country sends a tremendous amount of foreign aid. In fact, the US sends more than a billion dollars in aid to Afghanistan, which goes to help with schools, social programs, food, and almost everything in-between. Afghanistan has been...

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The Vietnam War was a conflict in which the United States attempted to defend South Vietnam from the communist forces of North Vietnam. The United States also needed to fight against the guerilla forces, called the Viet Cong, located in South Vietnam. The war created significant conflict within the United...

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John Steinbeck, in his Once There Was a War, wrote: “All war is a symptom of man’s failure as a thinking animal.” This perfectly expresses the nature of war as ultimately defying, time and again, how humanity chooses to think of itself. We insist that we are superior, and yet...

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