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Papers On Papers Covering More Than One Period In U.S. History
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Industrialization and the U.S. Middle Class
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This 3 page paper discusses the impact of industrialization on the U.S. middle class; particularly whether or not they benefited from the process and what aspects of industrialization were of concern to them. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVIndMid.rtf

Industrialization, Nationalism, Globalization and Technology, and The Differences in East and West
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A 9 page series of responses to questions relating to the evolution of society and civilization. Discusses the industrialization of Europe and the U.S. in the Industrial Revolution and ties this discussion into the impacts of globalization which we are feeling today. Notes the importance of technology in this transition. Links nationalism and differences in race and culture to current events such as the recent detainment of U.S. military personnel in Hainau, China. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Influence of Geography on History and Development
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This is a 5 page paper discussing geography’s influence on history. Geography has a great impact on history, development, and social, cultural, religious and political affiliations. Historically, regions with geographical advantageous positions, such as those with access to navigable waterways have led other areas in regards to exploration, market economy and development. Geographically, Britain provides an excellent example of the advantages of a land with fertile soil, navigable waterways and a long coastline with natural harbors. This led England to exploration and navigation which in turn led them to other lands which they could develop. Other regions with water access also gained a great deal in trade and exploration. New lands which were developed were also those which were easily accessible, had irritable soil, and navigable waterways. Lands which did not have these geographically preferred features were largely neglected unless they were geophysically blessed with natural resources such as oil or gold. Today geography still plays an essential influence on the historical affiliations of many peoples who despite political, religious or international alliances are still mostly affected with their geographical locale. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJGeoHt1.rtf

Influence of Women in American History
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A 5 page research paper/essay that discusses how American women in different periods of the country’s history have challenged their prescribed subservient status and used their power and/or influence to affect society in significant ways. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: khinfwom.rtf

Innovations in Warfare: The Advent of Artillery
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A 5 page overview of the changes in warfare which resulted between the American Revolution and 1918. The incorporation of artillery is identified as the most important change in this time period, a change which can be attributed not only to design changes in the equipment itself but also to the prevailing mindset about it value. Bibliography list 5 sources.
Filename: PPwarfar.rtf

Is The United States A Democracy?
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In the United States, individuals have held a sense of pride that theirs was a 'government by the people, for the people'. The world is in a state of transition whereby the ideologies that were, in the past, accepted without questioning, such as the democratic state, are being re-evaluated. There are valid arguments on both sides which allow a reasonable discussion to evolve on the possible future of the democratic process in the United States. This 7 page paper gives a brief introduction into the meaning of democracy and then presents both sides to the question, "Is the United States a democracy?" Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KTusdemo.wps

Italian And Mexican Migration To The U.S.
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A 24 page paper. Following a general introduction, this essay reports the immigration patterns of first Italians and then, Mexicans. The decades of significant immigration, the reasons for Italians and Mexicans leaving their homelands, the types of jobs they took in the U.S. and the locations of most immigrants of each nationality are reported. The essay then traces immigration laws and policies from 1882, when the first immigration law was enacted. The writer then reports existing immigration policies and their effects on Italians and Mexicans. The essay ends with a conclusion that discusses three major findings in the research. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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Italian And West Indian Immigrants
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An 8 page paper that addresses these questions: How did the Italian immigrants of the late 1800s and early 1900s assimilate into the American culture and still retain their own culture? How did West Indian immigrants in the 1900s assimilate and retain their own culture? What challenges did they each face? The writer discusses the influx of Italian immigrants, their reasons for migrating and how they did in the labor market. The discussion of the West Indians centers on the fact that they are often lumped together with other blacks in the country and even though they do fairly well when they first arrive by the second generation, they are on a downward spiral. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGimmg.rtf

Jefferson, Lincoln, and King
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A 3 page paper which examines and discusses Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and King’s I Have a Dream. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAff3.rtf

Jonathan D. Sarna/ "American Jewish Experience"
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A 5 page analysis of Jonathan D. Sarna's anthology The American Jewish Experience. The writer discusses some of the features that Sarna's identifies as characteristic of American Jewry and relates these to reading included in the anthology. No other sources listed.
Filename: khsarna.wps

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