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The 1960s

It may have been a decade of a myriad of effulgent paintings and intrepid space excursions, but for most people, resplendent canvases don't come near the mind when someone mentions the 1960s. So just what do we associate the decade with? The most intriguing part of our prior erudition: hippies, flower power, peace, love, drugs,…

the 1960s

I picked this historical period of time because many crazy and wild things happened. This decade contained many political social musical and business aspects.The hippies were a main part of the social aspect of this decade. If you were a freethinking individual who did many mind-altering drugs then you might have been considered a Hippie….

The 1960s

The 1960's were a time of great change in American society characterized by ethnic consciousness and civil rights, women's rights and female liberalism, anti-war demonstrations, student protests, and the genesis of the counterculture. A noted speaker once said, "The Cold War, conformity, and consumerism provided the background for the social protests movement of the 1960's.The…

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The American Revolution did not happen overnight.There were many events that led up to the Revolution, and in the process the colonists united more and more against a common cause (i.e. freedom from English rule).This does not mean that the colonists were completely united, because they were not, but in the end they were united…

The 19th Amendment

Subsequent to the Revolution for freedom, Americans detained a sense of belonging and individuality. The document "not to forget the ladies", which calculated each, slave as three-fifths an individual, entirely overlooked women. Comparable to Black people, women were well thought-out as "sub-human". Women were looked upon as second-rate to men. The lack of knowledge apprehended…

The 3 Turning Points

Did the South have a chance to win the Civil War 1861-1865? In his book entitled Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era, author James M. McPherson believes that there were three major turning points that concluded a Union victory. 1. The Northern Victory at the Battle of Antietam/Sharpsburg in 1862. 2. Northern victories…

The 3/5 Compromise

Thefirst real battle of the Civil War occurred before the American Revolution.This battle wasn't fought like most other battles; instead of generals trying to outdo the other with weapons, politicians tried to outdo the other with their words.The 3/5's Compromise is said to have started the North verses South conflict.The simple though complex question that…

The A -H Empire created more problems than it solved

Did the break up of the Austrian – Hungarian empire create more problems than it solved? The Balkans had always been a troublesome area as a result of repeated invasions by Turks, Greeks and Romans. It had become culturally and racially diverse. Austria-Hungary had dominated the region for many years, but people were unhappy. In…

The actions of Robspeirre in the Enlightenment

I believe that the statements and actions of Robespierre are a departure from the ideas of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment. In my opinion the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment were a time where science and curiosity flourished.The Scientific Revolution drastically changed humanity's course. The Enlightenment weakened its hold of superstition on people and…

The Advancement of the Mayan Civilization

The highly advanced citizens of the ancient Mayan civilization used hieroglyphics to keep important historical records, made many advancements in mathematics, and had a highly accurate astronomy system.Throughout their years of existence, the Mayans proved to be one of the most advanced civilizations ever recorded. Their hieroglyphic writing skills have been documented to be some…

The Aeneid

The Aeneid is considered as the single most important poem ever written and has continuously guided and inspired billions of readers.Its popularity today remains the same as it was back in the time when it was published.Virgil, a Latin poet, devoted the final 11 years of his life to write this masterpiece book length poem.After…

The African Americans and the United States Civil War

The African Americans and the United States Civil War: from slavery to freedom. From the beginnings of civilization there have been slaves, for political or religious reasons, but with the expansion of the big western empires to Africa a new form of slavery came into play, slavery based on racism. From the coast of Africa…

The African-American Warrant f

History 110 (Honors Option)Dr. Siri Briggs Brown Critical Response Paper – The African American Warrant for Reparations In his article, Molefi Kete Asante attempts to present a detailed argument as to why African-Americans are due reparations.He states that there are moral, legal, economic, and political ideas that combined, warrant payment of reparations to the descendants…

THe Afterlife in Ancient Egypt

THE AFTERLIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT'S RELIGION AND LITERATURE Ancient Egypt is often identified by its enormous pyramids, in particular the Great Pyramid at Giza, which was built during the middle of the third millennium, BC.Pyramids are massive monuments built over or around a crypt or tomb.The Egyptian pyramids served as royal tombs.Not only do these…

The Age of Discovery

The “Age of Discovery” from 1450 to 1650 lead to a new age of ocean travel, increased migration, and economic, political, and cultural expansion. First, the outward expansion of Europe began with the Viking voyages, and then the Crusades, but the presence of the Ottoman Turks in the East frightened the Europeans and forced their…

THE AGE OF EXPLORATION

THE AGE OF EXPLORATION HAD LASTING EFFECTS ON EUROPE AND THE NEW WORLD.THREE EFFECTS WERE, ECONOMIC CHANGES, SOCIAL CHANGES AND CULTURAL CHANGES. THE ECONOMIC CHANGES HAD TO DO WITH TRADE.COUNTRIES TRADED AMONGST EACH OTHER FOR THINGS THEY WERE LACKING IN EXCHANGE FOR THINGS THEY HAD SURPLUSES OF.EUROPE, AFRICA AND AMERICA ALL TRADED WITH EACH OTHER…

The American Dream1

It is not uncommon for one to pursue their dreams.For example, students incessantly work with the objective of academic success.Frequently, these students have set certain goals for themselves and strive to reach them. The American dream can be compared to a grade that a student works relentlessly to obtain.This is evidently a goal that one…

The Guilded Age

The Gilded Age brought about many reforms in many ways affecting basically all ways of life of the people in America. The churches started their change with the physical appearance of the churches. The church house went from a homely little building to an extravagant building representing the wealth and prestige of its members. This…

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