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The Twentieth Century: A Time of Phenomenal Change
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A 6 page outline on the societal changes which occurred during the Twentieth Century. Discusses some of the major events such as World War I, World War II, and the Cold War. Coordinates the technological evolution experienced in this century with the societal changes which have occurred and outlines the impacts of advanced weaponry and the Internet in particular. Emphasizes the importance of the U.N. and the U.S. in world changes. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PP20thC2.wps

Working Class Incorporation
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A system of distinction by class has existed in England for the entirety of their history. The issue of the integration of the working class into a system compatible with the design of democratic, capitalist society became significant during the Victorian era with the transition of economic structure from a feudal economy to an industrial economy. This is an 8 page paper that explores the process of transition in terms of the changes in the working class order. The Palestinian Arab society and the socio-economic structure in Ghana are used as models for comparison. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Workincl.rtf

E.P. Thompson's 'The Making Of The English Working Class'
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5 pages in length. A thorough analysis in which the writer offers descriptions of how the advent of mechanization impacted the nature of the society and the detrimental effects it had on much of the population. Specifically, the effect of the power loom is discussed. No additional sources cited.
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Adolph Hitler, Pius IX, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill And Chiang Kai-Shek: Impact Comparison
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6 pages in length. When comparing the political and social impact of Adolph Hitler, Pius IX, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill and Chiang Kai-Shek, one can easily distinguish the line that exists between and among these varied leaders. To compare Hitler to Gandhi is to place a lion and a lamb in the same confined space and watch to see who comes out the victor. Pius IX, as well, represents misdirected authority, while Kai-Shek stands firm in an autocratic society. Churchill's political and social contributions lean toward the quest for complete abolition of tyrannical rule, with Hitler at the top of his list. The writer discusses how the impact each man has had upon the world as a whole has been nothing short of significant. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCgandi.doc

Winston Churchill & Empire
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A 15 page research essay exploring Churchill's protectionist desire to maintain the British Empire at all costs, even when this included forging a permanent alliance with its old enemy, the United States. Explored briefly is the extent of the empire, a historiography of some of Churchill's attempts at maintaining the empire, and the reasons behind his ultimate failure. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
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The Decline of the Witch Hunts / The End Of The Nightmare
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A 4 page research paper which examines why the witch-hunts of Europe finally declined in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries after plaguing the continent for centuries. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Declinew.wps

Cold War Visual Images
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The images of the Cold War Era were not of the cold war. The public media, magazines and movies, were portraying the affluence of and freedom of the American way of life, while the photographers that were taking meaningful photos, such as Diane Arbus, were not published until the paranoia of the McCarthy years had subsided. The only stark representation of the underlying fear that logically accompanies a threat of war of the magnitude suggested in the existence of the Cold War was the images coming from the world of fine art. There were many painters, sculptures and crafters within the genre of abstract expressionism that felt a need to portray the emotional atmosphere hidden in the hearts of the people. This 5 page paper examines the effect of the cold war mentality on the photographs that predominated the pages of Life magazine, the photos of Diane Arbus and the abstract expressionist painting, Study After Velasquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X by Francis Bacon. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: KTvisual.wps

Germany: The Cold War, Reunification and the Berlin Wall After 1945
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This 10 page paper considers the transformation of Germany over the past half century, with a focus on the process of reunification, the Cold War Era and the Berlin Wall. This paper considers the reasons behind the changes and the implications for modern Germany. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MHgermCW.wps

Mexico - A Hot Spot in a Cold War
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A 5 page essay that focuses on Mexico's role in the cold war. Among issues discussed is the 1968 incident of Mexican police brutality toward protesting students in Mexico City and how this incident was misrepresented to both the Mexican public and Mexico's contacts in foreign affairs. Included is an analysis of the authoritative and corruptive rule that dominated Mexican politics throughout the cold war and the changes currently taking place under the new three part governing force in Mexico. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: LCMexCW.doc

Out of the Cold
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A 5 page book review on “Out of the Cold: New Thinking for American Foreign and Defense Policy in the 21st Century,” by Robert S. McNamara. This was a book written very shortly before the end of the Cold War and as such presents a very unique look into one man’s opinions about where the power struggle between East and West, was heading. McNamara was incredibly accurate in many of his notions, stressing that such positions as were held by the two nations, could not continue in light of all the pressure that was building. No additional sources cited.
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The Cold War and its Legacy
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This 5 page paper presents an overview of the cold war and how the first world emerged differently than the third world. The actions of superpowers are shown to have affected the development of the third world. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA49Cold.doc

The Cold War: Then and Now
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This 8 page paper examines the Cold War and looks at how nuclear weapons were viewed. It further delves into the problems with nuclear weapons in the 1990s, particularly as it involves China. Chinagate and the controversy surrounding spies supplying information to China is discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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U. S. - Russia Relations: After The Cold War
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9 pages. A great relaxation of Russian-American tensions has taken place since the Cold War, and it is much less likely we will see the sort of superpower confrontations that took place during the Cold War, such as the Berlin Blockade of 1948-1949 and the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. There now appears to be a pattern in which we see U. S. – Russian global cooperation, as we saw by the closely coordinated Russian and American policies toward Iraq after it invaded Kuwait. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAcoldw.wps

U.S./Russian Relations: The Cold War to Present
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A 10 page overview of the relationship between the United States and Russia since the end of the Cold War. Emphasizes that while the political environment has changed somewhat there is still friction between the two world powers. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPusRuss.wps

Political Essay: End Of The Cold War
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The Cold War was a direct consequence of the development of nuclear weapons and the political dichotomy of communism and capitalism. After World War I, the emergence of new political powers such as the United States, which had been forced out of their policy of isolationism by the War, and Russia brought to the political consciousness the stark differences in ideologies. This 2 page essay argues that the 'Cold War' continues in that the emotional wounds that were created during that period of history are still a reality to the people who were the audience. Bibliography lists 1 sources.
Filename: KTcoldwr.wps

Romanticism And Enlightenment
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A 7 page paper that explores romantic and enlightened values. First, Pope's Bounce to the Fop and Blake's The Tyger are discussed in terms of these values. Next, the European revolutions of 1848 are discussed. Finally, the theories of Adam Smith and Karl Marx are compared and contrasted with the conclusion that Marx needed Smith's ideas to succeed with his own work. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Camus' The Plague and Wiesel's Night
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The first passage from Night, by Eli Wiesel and the last passage from The Plague by Albert Camus present the soul and meaning of the works by these artists. Both books are written with the atrocities of World War II as the foundation. Wiesel's rendition is direct, telling the story of a survivor of the Jewish extermination camps in Germany. Camus presents an analogy of the invasion of Europe by the forces of Totalitarianism at the beginning of the War. This 7 page paper asserts that both of these stories are concerned with the realities of World War II and that both authors present alarmingly evil pictures of the world. Both stories carry the message: Never forget, lest the evil returns. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTnitplg.wps

Albert Camus’ The Plague As Political Allegory
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The Plague by Albert Camus is not generally considered as a political treatise but, rather, as a philosophical work on the subject of ethics. Camus believes that the evils that lie in wait for the unsuspecting can be battled through knowledge and the ability to learn from the mistakes of history. This 5 page critique argues that the reactions of most when confronted by something as insidious and seemingly natural as the plague and, or, fascism is fear; and fear tends to make followers out of people. The denial that evolves from fear assists those seeking power to intimidate and control. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: KTacamus.wps


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