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Papers On U.S. History (18th Century)
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George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison: Views on Powers of Government and the Two Party System
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A 5 page discussion of the political views of these three founding fathers. Suggests that a debate between Washington, in particular, and modern day political scientists would reveal many differences. Although admittedly our government has become considerably more complex over time, Washington would undoubtedly still hold to his viewpoints of limited government powers and as to the dangers of a two party political system. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Gordon S. Wood/The American Revolution
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A 3 page book review of The American Revolution, A History by Gordon S. Wood, which offers the reader an articulate, well-written, expertly researched summary of the events and situations that led up to the war with Great Britain, which resulted in the birth of the United States. Wood’s obvious purpose is to provide a comprehensive synthesis of scholarship, but he also establishes several salient themes that add insight into the period and its political and social atmosphere for his readers. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khgswamr.rtf

Historic Controversy Over the U.S. Constitution
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A 5 page discussion of the controversy between Federalists and Anti-Federalists that ensued regarding the original ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Historical Accuracy/Inaccuracy and Its Significance to the Film “The Patriot”
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the historical accuracy of the film “The Patriot” and the reasons for any inaccuracies in the film. The release of director Roland Emmerich’s 2000 movie “The Patriot” starring Mel Gibson caused a considerable amount of controversy in regards to its historical accuracy, or more so inaccuracies. In reality, the story and its characters are fiction, except for General Cornwallis, but the story itself is placed within the historical timeframe of the American Revolution which provides a powerful setting for its characters and their causes and does a good job of promoting American propaganda and providing American audiences with a large extravagant and dramatic movie. There are several areas which are shown not to be historically accurate however and which for all accounts are admitted by Gibson and Emmerich as actually being “juiced up” for dramatic effect (May, 2003). Several areas of contention are those which include the brutality of the British regulars, the scope of the conflict, the degree to which America was unified during that time, the inaccurate portrayal of the slaves, and the military scenes along with many other aspects. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJPatrt1.rtf

Holton/Forced Founders
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A 3 page book review of historian Woody Holton’s text Forced Founders, Indians, Debtors, Salves and the Making of the American Revolution in Virginia. This text offers a different slant on the forces that propelled the colonies into war with the greatest military power on earth at that time, the British empire. Holton’s guiding premise differs sharply from the traditional idea that the landed gentry of Virginia were motivated by the stirring rhetoric of men such as Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson and their own love for liberty. Rather, Holton describes the Virginians who took action against the British as “desperate men” (Holton xiii). This main premise is that since these men “took Britain’s largest American colony with them” (into war), anyone interested in the origins of the Independence movement needs to understand why they felt so desperate” (Holton xiii). No additional sources cited.
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How America Grew Up Between the Inception of the Constitution and the War of 1812
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This 4 page paper examines this critical period of time. The controversy that existed between Hamilton and Jefferson is highlighted. Pertinent information is relayed about the War of 1812. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA504war.rtf

How Revolutionary was the American Revolution?
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This 3 page paper discusses the question of whether or not the American Revolution made a real difference in the issues of slavery, religion and women's rights, and argues that it was not as revolutionary as first thought. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVAmrRev.rtf

How the Americans Won the Revolutionary War
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This 3 page paper provides an evaluation of reasons why the Americans won the Revolution. The battle of Yorktown is discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Ideas Within the Declaration of Independence
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A 3 page paper which examines the ideas of the men of the revolution which is part of the ideas presented in the Declaration of Independence. No sources cited.
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Implications of the Declaration of Independence
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This 5 page report discusses the implications of the Declaration of Independence and their far-reaching impact, not only for the United States but for the entire world. It stated the intentions of a people that were both honorable and determined in their ideologies. It formed the theoretical basis for democratic thinking and led to the understanding that personal conviction can be codified in circumstances in whic it is fully supported by a collective group. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Individual Rights/England & Early US
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A 5 page research paper that examines how the concept of individual rights evolved in England and in the early history of the US. The writer traces how the concept of rights set forth in the Declaration of Independence goes back to British traditions and European philosophers. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khindrts.rtf

INHERITING THE REVOLUTION: JOYCE APPLEBY
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This 4 page paper gives an overview to Appleby's book, examines the main thesis and gives examples of potentially biased writing. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Injuries in the Declaration of Independence
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The US Declaration of Independence sets out 27 ‘injuries and usurpations’ against King George III, accusing him of being a tyrant and a despot. This 4 page paper looks at five of these claims and identifies historical facts that support these claims. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEinjusdec.rtf

Jay Cooke (1821-1905)
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A 12 page paper. Jay Cooke is generally credited as being the "first major investment banker, creator of the first "wire house," and the Financier of the Civil War (Trumbore 2000). Had it not been for Cooke, the Union would have had a far more difficult time financing the war. This essay talks about Jay Cooke, the man, and Jay Cooke, the financier. His training was early and at age 18, he began work with a major trading company. This paper reports and discusses Cooke's entrance into banking and finance, his innovative marketing campaign that resulted in selling war bonds to the public instead of only to wealthy bankers, his door-to-door and other campaigns, his venture in the railroad and finally, the collapse of his company. It was the failure of Cooke's company that set off the panic of 1873. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGjcook.rtf

Jefferson & Contradictions
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A 3 page research paper/essay that examines the contradictory nature of Thomas Jefferson's legacy. Jefferson, American Founding Father who penned some of the most inspirational words ever written regarding principles of liberty and freedom in the Declaration of Independence, was also a Southern slave-owner, who failed to address the dichotomies of the Constitution in regards to equality for everyone, including women. These facts are contradictory and modern historians and commentators have sought to reconcile them. One way in which this can be done is to conceptualize Jefferson as the embodiment of a quintessential American trait, which is to be contradictory in deeply-held beliefs. Examination of this trait stems from the fact that American policy, since Jefferson, has operated on two distinctly different levels: the first being the level of ideals and the second being the level of politics. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khjefcon.rtf


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