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Peter Bergen/Holy War, Inc.
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A 3 page overview of Peter Bergen's book Holy War, Inc. Taking a quote from each chapter, the writer gives a brief overview of this informative text, which describes Osama bin Laden's background, his organization, and terrorist activities leading up to 9/11. No additional sources cited.
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Peter Green/Alexander of Macedon
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A 5 page analysis of Peter Green's book Alexander of Macedon, 356-323 B.C.: A Historical Biography. This biography differs greatly from romanticized accounts of Alexander the Great's life and shows that although he was a brilliant general, he was also a flawed ruler who had an insatiable thirst for power and conquest. No additional sources cited.
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Peter Stuyvesant
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This 5 page paper provides information on the man and his influence particularly as it pertains to the region now known as New York. The focus is on his stint as governor of New Netherland but other biographical information is included as well. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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PETER THE GREAT
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This 5 page paper discusses the personality and life of Peter the Great. Characteristics which made him a good/bad leader are exampled. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Peter the Great
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This 8 page paper examines the life and achievements of the controversial Russian Tsar; Peter the Great or Peter I. Seen by some as a hero who modernized Russia and by others as a despot, the paper looks at the life, work and influence of Peter the Great. The paper starts by looking at the background to his rule, along with the main aims behind his reforms and the challenges that he faced. The way he reformed Russia, including reforms to the power of the church, education, military, social and political reforms are all discussed. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
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Phil Jackson: Coaching
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5 pages in length. Seven seasons as the coach of the Chicago Bulls basketball team and a winning season with the Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson departed leaving an overwhelming sense of camaraderie, brotherhood, spirituality and encouragement. Clearly, the years Jackson spent with the Bulls pre-empted the teams entire philosophy about winning and losing, as well as the very essence that compels them to reach for the glory. To Jackson, coaching basketball was not solely about winning; rather, he achieved such a winning record by teaching his players the more important aspects of life. Jackson's entire coaching philosophy revolved around the importance of finding beauty, selflessness and transcendence within one's overall existence; whether the task at hand is menial or monumental, Jackson coached his team in the art basketball and the art of life. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Philip Freneau / Patriot Poet
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A 6 page paper discussing the life and works of the Revolutionary War poet who during his lifetime was considered the Father of American Poetry, but is now scarcely remembered at all. The paper analyzes why this is so, and concludes that Freneau's influence on other writers and political thinkers was greater than the originality of his work. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Philip Murray
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7 pages in length. Philip Murray was, perhaps, one of the most defiant voices in labor history. The Scotsman who crossed over to the United States in 1902 always had a predominantly fiery personality when it came to labor relations. He did not appreciate the way manual labor workers were treated by their superiors and after having a fight with his own foreman, he and hundreds of other disgruntled workers fought back by forming a chapter of the United Mine Workers (UMW), of which Murray was elected in 1904. The writer discusses his fervor for fairness that eventually catapulted him to become the president of two very influential labor organizations. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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