Examines the politics of the Democrats towards President Lincoln and the Republicans during the Cvil War.
This paper exmines the development of culture in Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Hittites, Assyrians, agriculture, art, government, commerce, and writing.
Examines the background, causes, results of Christian-Muslim conflict, politics, religion, external influences (Syria, Israel, U.S.) and regional strategic concerns.
Examines congressional relations, foreign policy, from Truman through Reagan. Looks at leadership, Cabinets, comparative dependence on advisers and impact of method of succession (election, death, assassination, resignation).
Historical account of the political and economic relationship between Guatemala and the United States.
Summary of the legal suit brought to the United States Supreme Court by the state of Texas regarding the sale of Civil War bonds.
Examines the division of the Roman Catholics and the Protestants in Ireland and British culpability in this division.
Description of the Boston Massacre and the events leading up to and following the historical event.
Discusses reasons for popularity of book & summarizes major arguments, including Paine’s distinction between society & government & reasons for opposition to the British.
Discusses two views of the fall of the British cotton industry, the Fatalist school which viewed it as the result of poor responses to random acts, & the Casualist school, which finds it the inevitable result of cause & effect.