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Calabria: Italy’s ‘Boot’
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A 7 page paper which examines this region of southern Italy, including its location, history, and what the traveler can see or do there. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TGcalabria.rtf

Camus on the Algerian War
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A 4 page essay that examines the position of Albert Camus, the famous French existentialist philosopher was born and raised in French Algiers, a Pied noir and a liberal, regarding the Algerian War. The writer shows that his stance on the Algerian War was reasoned and fair to both sides, but ultimately unworkable because the political issues relative to the Algerian situation rested primarily on France's perceived place in the post-war world rather than on issues of justice for the majority of the Algerian population. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khcamal.rtf

Can The History Of Twentieth Century Europe Be Summed Up As The Triumph Of Capitalism?
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8 pages in length. There exist several reasons why the history of European twentieth century can be summed up as the triumph of capitalism, including two world wars, Fascism, Nazism, Stalinist Totalitarianism and the Depression. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLC20Ero.rtf

Carl L. Becker's "The Heavenly City Of The Eighteenth-Century Philosophers"
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7 pages in length. In this paper the student will review why Carl Becker could not understand why eighteenth-century philosophers eschewed the inherent value of their past in order to embrace the future. The students main points will include examining the Enlightenment and the impact it had upon such prominent theorists as Voltaire, Hume and Locke, as well as analyzing the manner by which the notion of progress served to be a double-edged sword where eighteenth-century progress was concerned. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCBeckerHv.rtf

Carpini: The long and wonderful voyage of Frier Iohn de Plano Carpini
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A commentary on Carpini's account of his experiences of Mongol society in the Middle Ages, with specific reference to cultural clashes and the difficulties of making objective analyses of other cultures. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: JLmongols.rtf

Catherine the Great of Russia
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(6pp) It has been argued that Catherine was an educated ruler, not necessarily an enlightened one. The argument being that the Enlightenment was a time when people were discussing abstract ideas, and attempting to reach consensus in the process. However in Europe this was mainly discussion between intellectuals, and since at the time of Catherine's reign only two percent of her subjects were literate, it would lead to a narrow ray of enlightenment on the formal sense. With the data out of the way, I believe that Catherine made every effort, and did make, or cause change, considering the social environment that was her arena. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BBcathRU.doc

Catholic Influences on 19th Century Spain
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(10pp) The nineteenth century in Spain began with the enmeshment of Church and State and concluded with complete separation. This discussion will look at some of the convoluted historical steps that occurred in between. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BBspnCth.doc

Catholic Nationalism And Protestant Unionism In Ireland From 1879-1918
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4 pages in length. The quest for political, social and religious identity is what fueled Catholic nationalism and Protestant unionism in Ireland from 1870-1918. While the Irish sought a cohesive way for countrymen to be unified, this coming together would only happen if all involved held the same beliefs; when this was not to become reality, the schism between Catholics and Protestants became even greater in intensity. It is important to note, however, that not all Catholics embraced the notion of nationalism anymore than all Protestants supported the unionist perspective, however, the vast majority of individuals during Ireland's late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were caught up in a tremendous fight of wills where cultural identity was concerned. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCCathNatl.rtf


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