Mtv And It’s Affect On American History

MTV History In 1954, the release of “Rock around the clock”, known as the original white Rock n’ Roll song and becoming number one on the pop charts, marked a turning point in the history of popular music and it’s success in the future. In the late 70s, early 80s, Reagan was president, then Senator […]

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Business Cycles in American History

The United States has experienced several business cycles throughout its history. These business cycles have had several implications, and there have been several lessons to learn from them. Studies analyzing the business cycles since the Civil War through World War II and since World War II to the present day have uncovered intriguing implications of […]

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Comparing “Salvation” By: Langston Hughes and “American History” By: Judith Ortiz Cofer

Despite the age, sex, nationality, and religion, humanity always has the same eternal problems. Whatever means we use to fight them, they were, are, and will exist until people live on the earth. For some of people, it is triviality, and they do not pay attention to it, while others try to facilitate a life […]

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Women freedom in American History

History shows that women have made a lot of effort and struggle in fighting for equality and the right to exercise voting (women’s suffrage) and equality in the work place and in acquiring education. Still today gender biasness continues to form large barriers for many women around the globe especially the poor, the black women […]

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Scottsboro trials was a incident in alabama near the city of scottsboro Alabama on March 25, 1931 when 9 young african american boys were on a train and got in a fight, charges of assault and rape were put on the boys, even though the girls were lying and they fought the white men in […]

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Louis Riel Part

Part three begins with many Metis people angry about their lands not being surveyed by the Canadian government. Henceforth, Metis people find out about how the Canadian government is using the Grid system to divide the land up, and how their system is hurting the farm lands. To resolve this issue, Gabriel Dumont visits the […]

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Founding Fathers Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin

Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin are frequently regarded to be two of the most influential figures in early American history. Both men contributed greatly to the founding of the nation and are considered to be two of the forefathers of the new country. While there are great similarities in both their public and political lives […]

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John Smith

To the Student: John Smith is a character of some legend in American history. He is a controversial early leader of the near failed settlement at Jamestown, Virginia. There are a lot of theories and arguments about Smith’s credibility as an author. Considering the early failure of Jamestown and the Virginia Company’s desire to cover […]

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Patrick Henry Rhetorical Analysis

On the 23rd of March in 1775, Patrick Henry’s speech calling for a revolution became one of the most famous speeches in American History. Through the use of anaphora and metaphor, Henry manifests the urgency of the revolution and bolsters his reasoning for it. Henry refers to the anaphora’s to guide into the reason why […]

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