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Papers On U.S. History (18th Century)
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Are Political Revolutions Worth The Cost
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A 5 page paper in which the writer concludes that political revolutions are worth the cost, human, individual, and financial, even if they do not achieve their objectives. To support the premise, the writer uses some of the most well-known revolutions as examples – the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Haitian Revolution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGrvlu.rtf

Articles of Confederation
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A 3 page research paper that addresses the US Articles of Confederation. Once liberty from Great Britain had been won, the thirteen former colonies that made p the nascent nation were more like thirteen separate countries than a single nation. The first attempt of the new country, the United States of America, to formulate an effective government took the form of the Articles of Confederation. However, the problems of the US under this structure were considerable, so much so that the survival of the new nation was uncertain. The writer outlines the problems and briefly discusses the Constitution. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khartoc.rtf

Articles of Confederation
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A 3 page research paper that discusses the Articles of Confederation, which constitutes the first attempt by the Founding Fathers of the United States to form the legal foundation for the central government. Ratified in 1781, it was intended to unify the states and define the powers of the Continental Congress. The Articles of Confederation were eventually abandoned because this document was determined to be ineffectual in giving the central government sufficient authority to carry out its mission. However, examination of the Articles shows that they did serve a limited purpose and definitely provided the young country with a learning experience that led to the creation of the current Constitution. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khartc.rtf

Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of the United States
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A 3 page paper which examines why it was necessary to change the Articles of Confederation into the Constitution of the United States. The paper focuses on New York’s position and needs. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAarcus.rtf

Articles of Confederation/Problems
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A 5 page research paper that summarizes the problems of that the young United States had with the Articles of Confederation and how this was corrected by the ratification of the Constitution. The writer explains how the new states were much more like thirteen separate countries than a single nation, and why the Bill of Rights was written. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
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A 7 page essay that discusses the central role that Franklin’s list of virtues plays in his autobiography. While Franklin’s account demonstrates that he largely succeeded in his goal to live by these virtues, his references to others, specifically Samuel Keimer, John Collins, and Hugh Meredith, provide contrast to Franklin’s own behavior, as they provide an antithesis for the virtues in Franklin’s list. Examination of Franklin’s autobiography indicates how he uses this contrast to paint a strong portrait of himself as his text’s protagonist. No additional sources cited.
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Benjamin Franklin and Electricity
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A 5 page overview of Benjamin Franklin and his discovery of electricity. The paper also examines his political role in the nation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAbenlgh.rtf

Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton: Contributions to American History
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A 7 page discussion of the historical contributions of these three men. While it is easy to look at history as dry fact, when we consider these facts on an individual basis, history comes to life. A review of the contributions and personal characteristics of each of these men allows us to make a connection between America’s past and the present. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Benjamin Franklin/Autobiography
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A 5 page essay that analyzes the Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin in regards to the how Franklin embodied the American Dream. The writer also examines how Franklin can be seen as a model for the ideal eighteenth century man and, also, how his memoirs contributed to the concept of an American character. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Book Report: 1776 by David McCullough
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A 3 page paper which offers a report on the book 1776 by David McCullough. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RA17mc.rtf

Book Review of Bernard Bailyn’s “The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution”
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This is a 6 page book review discussing Bernard Bailyn’s “The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution”. Bernard Bailyn’s “The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution” (1967, 1992) shows readers the importance and influence of the “pamphleteers” during the time of the American Revolution. Previous to Bailyn’s publication in 1967, most historical accounts of the Revolution included political and economical theories used to explain the change in the population toward Revolution. Bailyn’s text however shows the importance of the political writings at the time which appeared in newspapers, pamphlets, booklets, letters and published speeches in addition to the original influences of writers and philosophers in an attempt to rid the colonies of the corruption which originated through their affiliation with the Crown. While Patriots were originally a minority in the population and considered as “radicals”, in a short space of only fifteen years, their writings managed to “enlighten a population”. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJBaily1.rtf

Book Review of Joseph J. Ellis’ His Excellency: George Washington
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In four pages this paper presents a review of Ellis’ acclaimed 2004 historical biography on the first President of the United States that considers how the author selected his choice of subject, the questions the author seeks to answer, the thesis the author argues, and how successful he is at presenting his case and shaping the reader’s view of this period of early American history. There are no additional sources listed in the bibliography.
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Boston Massacre
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The Boston Massacre is one of those events that are covered in history class and in history textbooks in a sentence or two. The incident is relegated to the status of an ‘important event’ that includes two referential points: it was the first conflict between the colonists and the English soldiers and the main character in the drama, Crispus Attucks, was a young Black man. This 6 page paper argues that the Boston Massacre, while being a pivotal event in the confrontation between the British Empire and its colony in America, was not the brutish misuse of power that has been portrayed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Britain and America Up to the Revolution
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A 4 page paper which examines the relations between Britain and America after the French and Indian War and prior to the Revolution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Broken Promises: The Penns and the Lenni Lenape (Delaware) Indians
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In seventeen pages this paper examines the respectful and harmonious relationship William Penn cultivated with the Lenni Lenape (Delaware) Indians who were residing in Pennsylvania during the seventeenth century and how the promises he made to them in good faith regarding their land were subsequently broken after his death by his greedy sons Thomas and John. Eight sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGlenape.rtf


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