American History Essays

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Subject: Famous Person
Pages: 18
Words: 4646
Rating: 4,9

Analysis of President Abraham Lincoln’s Leadership Style

Abraham Lincoln served as the sixteenth American President. The Republican president served under extremely trying times. He was the president when African Americans were struggling for…

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Pages: 5
Words: 1328
Rating: 4,9

African American Life After Civil War

Introduction After the end of civil war in 1865 African-Americans started a new life. There was a change in relationship between the white Americans and Mulattos,…

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Pages: 7
Words: 1800
Rating: 4,7

Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois and Langston Hughes’ Approaches…

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Booker T Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois were the two great leaders of the black community. They however…

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Pages: 5
Words: 1349
Rating: 4,9

Opportunities wrought by WWII for Americans

Introduction In January 1941, while addressing the Congress, President Roosevelt foresighted a future founded on what he termed as “essential human freedoms” – freedom of from…

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Pages: 2
Words: 371
Rating: 4,2

A comparative case analysis for a qualitative research

Introduction The aim of the following paper is to propose a research design by using comparative case analysis as a part of qualitative research for the…

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Pages: 4
Words: 1111
Rating: 4,9

The KKK’s Progression Starting at the Great Depression Era

Introduction The study of the Ku Klux Klan in this paper exposes the readers to the activities of the group and the way it advanced fear…

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Pages: 7
Words: 1781
Rating: 4,6

The American Revolution analytical essay

The period between 1763 and 1783 is considered a pivotal period of the United States history as Americans were able to liberate themselves from colonization by…

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Pages: 5
Words: 1299
Rating: 4,5

Declaration of Independence and Declaration of Sentiments

The Declaration of Independence (1776) and The Declaration of Sentiments (1848) are two very iconic documents in America. Both documents describe the need for change in…

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Pages: 4
Words: 1052
Rating: 4,7

The U.S Constitution, the Thomas Jefferson’s Letter and the Declaration…

Introduction The U.S Constitution, which was written in 1787, contains all the rules and the regulations used by both the government and the citizens and it…

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Subject: Culture
Pages: 4
Words: 1056
Rating: 4,8

How the American dream has changed

Introduction The Founding Fathers, who proclaimed America’s independence from England due to their conviction in inalienable rights, are where the idea of the American Dream first…

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Subject: Culture
Pages: 3
Words: 969
Rating: 4,9

Civil rights readings

Introduction After the end of Civil War and abolishment of slavery in America, the condition of American Negros worsened with the introduction of the Jim Crow…

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Subject: Law
Pages: 6
Words: 1676
Rating: 4,5

Police brutality against African Americans

ABSTRACT The historic tragic deaths of African Americans at the hands of law enforcement officers has been a subject that has generated public debate and heightened…

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Subject: Law
Pages: 3
Words: 639
Rating: 4,3

The problem in American policing

Identify the problem The major problem within the American policing system is police brutality against young unarmed black men. Explain the problem In recent times, many…

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Pages: 1
Words: 317
Rating: 4,2

Modern slavery

Slavery is a civil relationship that allows the mighty and powerful people in society to have absolute powers over the less privileged, thus controlling their life,…

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Pages: 6
Words: 1737
Rating: 4,7

The transatlantic slave trade

Introduction Slave trade is an unfair deportation of humans to foreign countries without their consent to act as slaves. The Trans-Atlantic slave trade involved deportation of…

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Subject: Famous Person
Pages: 5
Words: 1401
Rating: 4,9

Booker T. Washington

Introduction Booker Taliaferro Washington was one of the primary African-American leaders of the 19th and the 20th centuries. Mr. Washington is best known as the Educator….

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Pages: 5
Words: 1368
Rating: 4,6

Slavery in Columbian Exchange up to Civil War

Introduction European promoters of colonization claimed that America had many resources. This notion became interwoven among the colonies, and they did not want to be left…

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Pages: 4
Words: 1152
Rating: 4,7

Mandatory service for every able-bodied citizen is necessary

J F.Kennedy once coined the adage on people “not ask what the country to them but what they do to the country.”  In the contemporary society,…

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Pages: 6
Words: 1803
Rating: 4,8

Historical experience on the 1950s American Culture, Vietnam War and…

Introduction The extended interview spanning over two hours with Mrs. Betty Simpson painted a vivid picture of the last 74 years she has lived. Mrs. Simpson…

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Pages: 5
Words: 1476
Rating: 4,9

Vietnam War veteran interview

INTRODUCTION One of the historical events that took place between 1960s and 1970s was the Vietnam War also known as the Resistance War (Gibbons and Conrad…

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