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Papers On Papers Covering More Than One Period In U.S. History
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Argument To Abolish The Electoral College
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This 8 page paper presents an argument to abolish the electoral college process. This process was originally designed by the founders and writers of the U.S. Constitution for reasons that no longer exist, such as limited transportation and communication options for candidates. The writer first presents a short history of the Electoral College and why it was originally established. Three reasons for abolishing the process are then discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGelcol2.rtf

Article Analysis: The Movement West
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This 3 page paper briefly summarizes Maureen Konkle’s article about U.S. imperialism and the way the government systematically redefined indigenous peoples as savages in order to take their land. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVkonkle.rtf

Article Comparison #1: Koehn & Warren
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3 pages in length. The beginning of the twentieth century was rife with improvements to everyday commodities that up until this time were not considered in need of enhancement; however, Koehn (1999) and Warren (1999) point out how industrialism forced a second look at such products as paint and groceries, and ultimately transformed each industry into one that afforded Americans the convenience factor of less work and more free time. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TLCArticComp1.rtf

Article Comparison #2: Kerwin & Cameron
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3 pages in length. Civilized societies are rarely without a cause of the moment whereby certain populations either need to be eradicated completely or oppressed to the point of no longer being a threat to the sanctity of the parent society. However, it is this alarmist approach that oftentimes borders on the fringe of hysteria that causes one to question just how civilized people are who can so easily condemn with faulty reasoning. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TLCArticComp2.rtf

Article Comparison #3: Kerwin, Culhane Speck & Kelm
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4 pages in length. Culhane Speck (1987) and Kelm (1999) both discuss how the natural selection afforded by widespread disease helped to aid European settlement by helping the white colonists eradicate what they viewed as an impediment to their progression as a race. The omnipotent superiority exuded by the white race, as each writer's passages clearly illustrates, set in motion a chain of events that even if the colonists knew in advance would occur, no preventive measures would have been taken. In effect, the diseases responsible for killing off indigenous peoples proved to be the final straw for these culturally compromised populations who were underfed, overworked and victimized by various abuses. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCArticComp3.rtf

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This paper examines changes and types of artillery used in four major U.S. wars: the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the Civil War and World War I. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MTartill.rtf

Barbara Tuchman: The March of Folly (1984)
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(5 pp) 'Don't confuse me with facts!' is a cry heard throughout the world when it comes to governmental decisions. Barbara Tuchman, the winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, and one of the best American historians, wrote in her book The March of Folly (1984) that 'a phenomenon noticeable throughout history regardless of place or period is the pursuit by governments of policies contrary to their own interests' . According to her, 'self-interest is whatever conduces to the welfare or advantage of the body being governed; folly is a policy that in these terms is counter-productive'. Tuchman considered folly to be the most dangerous act of mis-government and saw it as a 'self-destructive act carried out despite the availability of a recognized and feasible alternative'. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BBtuchmn.rtf

Benjamin Franklin and the Constitution
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An 8 page paper which examines how Benjamin Franklin contributed to the constitution of the United States. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAbencoo.rtf

Book Report on Alvin Kernan’s Memoir Crossing the Line: A Bluejacket’s World War II Odyssey
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In five pages this book report discusses how boot camp today is as opposed to how it was in 1941, how today’s sailors still encounter prostitution and bars just like they did on liberty in the 1940s, and compares and contrasts the similarities and differences between World War II and the War in Iraq. There are no additional sources listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGbluejack.rtf

Boston + Brahmin = White Anglo Saxon Protestant
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(5 pp) The term "Boston Brahmin" is associated with -- among other things -- the American premiere of Brahms' Second Symphony. It was performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra at the historic Orpheum Theatre built in 1852, on Hamilton Place off Tremont Street. Many in the audience walked out, and music reviewers called those who stayed "Brahmins." Oliver Wendell Holmes called Boston "The Hub of the Universe." Some of the so-called "Boston Brahmins" referred to the city as "The Athens of America." Those are some notes of the past concerning the Brahmins, but where are they now? Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BBbosbra.doc

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