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George Washington’s Chair

I conceive that the sun of George Washington’s chair is rising. I believe it is rising because the sun’s eyes are open. The sun is also a bright yellow color, usually when a sun is rising it is bright. The sun is located at the very top of the chair. When the sun is rising, Read More

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To Be an American

When you learn about other countries and the restrictions that are imposed on them from how they live to where they can go, as for being an American means freedom. I believe that a true American is a person who stands up for things they believe are right, one who fights for freedom. A person Read More

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The Reagan and Bush Years

During the years between 1980 and 1992, there were many different events that happened between both President Reagan and President Bush. As we will discover, if these events did not happen, America would not be the country that it is today or would the outcome be different if these events happened differently. Within this paper, Read More

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California Gold Rush

The first of my two environmental/geographical factors that contribute to both the expansion and development of the United States is the California gold rush. Before the gold rush, California was mostly unfamiliar to the rest of the United States. When gold was discovered in 1849, mostly men left their homes and started traveling across the Read More

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Sectionalism

The United States was growing and needed to expand and a nationalist feeling had swept the nations as the people wanted a strong and secure nation. As the nation expanded sectionalism escalated over slavery issues which divided the nation into the northern free states and the southern slave states. Each had representatives and senators and Read More

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Current Events and US Diplomacy

1. Define doctrine and identify why a president would want to announce one. A doctrine is a philosophy, actions, and set of principles particular or adopted by a president or a group in general. It is adopted to guide actions for that particular group or individual. In international relations it is mostly used to explain Read More

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The US Census Bureau Field Data Collection Project

A census is the process of acquiring and recording information from the general public to determine population or housing numbers. For the 2010 census, the United States Census Bureau decided to implement a program called Field Data Collection Automation (FDCA). The program was intended to improve the data collection process by using handheld electronic devices. Read More

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Tension of The 1920’s

Following the First World War, the United States went in search of a, “return to normalcy,” which many agreed was exactly what it needed. However, to the dismay of many, all the United States could find was a significant amount of tension that had developed between, “Old America,” and, “New America. ” All in all, Read More