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Reforms Measures Undertaken during the Second World War and Its Effects
The present research has identified that during the time of the World War II, the U.S. government under the Presidential regime of Henry Truman had felt an urgent need of modernization of the defense set up of the country. Modernization of the defense set up had, in turn, necessitated a reorganization of the intelligence system of the United States.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Research Paper
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Facts, Summary, Combatants, & Causes of the World War II
The initial success of the Nazi forces in the World War II clearly provided an impression to the common people as well as military masterminds of the Allies that compared to the situation during the First World War, this time the Germans have come with further strength both strategically and militarily.
Pages: 24 (6000 words), Research Paper
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Women in the History of Europe
 The origin of women’s rights, specifically in Europe, can be traced “with the publication of Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman in 1792”. Wollstonecraft initially focused on the right to deserve an education equally availed by men. As Kemerling (2006) averred, Wollstonecraft’s book revealed a call to feminist movement by emphasizing.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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Analysis of Articles about the History of U.S. Relations with Iraq
Was looking for anything and everything to link Iraq to a weapon of mass destruction to allow for an invasion. Moreover, the article also highlighted the fact that publicly, the White House made no specific mention of the failure to find an Iraqi connection to the Anthrax, but they have noted the inquiry intensified on the possibility of domestic production of the virus
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College Riots during 60s
It is evidently clear from the discussion that in America during the first part of the 60’s, students began protesting for their own free speech, privacy, and lifestyle rights as targeted against university officials who controlled the campus. This is a reaction to university level rules and regulations, rather than an internationally radicalized movement.
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The Autobiography by Benjamin Franklin
The researcher states that Benjamin Franklin was the only Founding Father who not only witnessed but was also a royal signatory of four of the major documents pertaining to the founding of the United States of America, which include the Declaration of Independence, the American Constitution, The Treaty of Alliance with France and the Treaty of Paris.
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Research Paper
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The Removal of the Grey Wolf in Minnesota
The grey wolf is being cared for by the Minnesota State under its endangered species program (Resources 1). The 2001 Minnesota wolf management program is the main responsibility of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Wildlife. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is a strong partner of the Minnesota wolf management program.
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Representations of the Feminine in the Nineteenth Century
Amid all the growth and developments that enriched the literature of Russia and took it to a new level, the works of literature of the period precisely displayed a consistent and pertinent play of the theme of suicide in its stories and novels. Also, this theme became a parameter of gender discrimination.
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Historical Background of the Golan Heights Conflict
In 636 A.D. the Arabs took over the Golan Heights after the battle of Yarmouk and remained under Muslim rule for many centuries; although it did fall under various dynasties during this time. The Golan Heights was incorporated into the Ottoman Empire between 1516 until the end of World War I, after which it passed to France’s rule.  
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The Similarities and Differences between the Pact of Umar and King John of England and the Jews
The conditions like the prohibition of selling fermented drinks, leaving the seats for the Muslims, and restriction on manifesting the religion publicly were not very easy to be fulfilled by the non-Muslims. The condition of leaving the seats for the Muslims upon their arrival reflected the element of discrimination
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Religion in the Dominican Republic
  According to fieldwork of Melvin Knight (1928) in Santo Domingo, ‘Gaga’ is the adaptation of the Dominicans of Haitian voodoo, which incorporated the remnants of the Taino Indians religious system besides the myths brought in from Africa. ‘Loas’ of the Dominicans are diversely called mysteries, beings, and ‘sane’, ‘sanse’, or ‘lua’.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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The Criminal Career of Alphonse Gabriel Capone
He supported a Mayoral candidate and with the help of his group members he threatened people at polling booths to vote for him. The results of the election brought puppet mayor of Al Capone victorious by a huge margin.Al Capone then kicked him down into the steps of town hall as Mayor claimed that he will free the town from thugs like Al Capone (Pasley 69). Due to a severe injury in the gang war, Torrio gave his whole business into the hands of Al Capone in 1925. With perfect planned
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Uprisings in the middle east
As oppose to the pre-election forecast the result of the presidential election revealed contrasting outcome where President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won the election with 63.3 percent votes. With the immediate effect of the presidential election’s declaration, protestors began to chant in the streets the slogan ‘where is my vote’ revealing their disregard for the new President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The government officials at all levels including local and national recognized that people were
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Abraham Lincoln
The first part of the speech concerns the founders and the legal positions they had on the question of slavery. Lincoln reiterates the views of the signers of the constitution who believed Congress should control slavery in the territories and not allow it to expand. His stand was revolutionary but in tandem with what the founding fathers had envisioned. The second part is addressed to the voters of the southern states (perhaps in attempts to endear them to him. One of the issues he tackles
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Investigate a precolonial African polity in terms of its key constituent institutions
Most of the countries in the West Africa rejected the French settlement as they had centralized form of government. Similar parts of the west Africa were among the states that received low investments in the colonial period. The pre-colonial states in Africa had all it takes to have full control of the people instead of the land. Below are the several factors that led to this:• Agriculture, this demanded a little of funding; thus the rate of productivity was low, giving the lands a lower
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Research Paper- European Witch Craze/Witch-Hunts
Murray was not the first to propose that witches were worshippers of an organized religion. Several historians opposed Murray’s study, but it gained a lot of popularity among feminists when it was first reprinted in 1952. In addition, throughout the years, several historians have discovered the importance of newer data in the Early European witch-hunting. In the early twentieth century, “the prominent historian Jacob Hansen included large sections of Étienne-Léon de Lamothe-Langons work
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Oedipus: The Tragedy of Fate
Another factor that can be identified as a cause of tragedy for Oedipus the King is his faulty choices. When it was revealed by the oracle that he would kill his father and marry his mother, he opted not to seek the identity of his parents, opting t run away from Corinth to Thebes. If he had made a decision to know who his parents were.
Pages: 6 (1500 words), Research Paper
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The Cold War - An International History
In 1945 the United States was the only nuclear power in the world. Hiroshima and Nagasaki got “informed” about that. That strategic superiority fostered the U.S. military begin to build a variety of plans of pre-emptive strikes on the Soviet Union. But the American monopoly on nuclear weapons remained only four years.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Research Paper
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Louis XIV and Ethical Issues
Elias’ sociological analysis of the lever du Roi functioning portrays Saint Simon as an eyewitness of the operations of etiquette. Before the coming of Saint Simon in the1690’s, no action by the king was regulated by a code of manner whether in the presence of others or from the presence of the lever to that of the voucher.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Research Paper
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Napoleon Was a Dynamite Dictator
After he had brought peace to Europe in the year 1802, Napoleon started to leave his mark on the internal affairs of France. First, he named himself life consul and leader of France for his entire life, which gave him absolute power since it was impossible for anyone to challenge him for the position of life consul.
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