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Papers On European History
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Contrasting Political Development
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A 10 page research paper that compares and contrasts British and French political development during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. The writer describes how Britain was committed to a path leading to parliamentary democracy while France at the same time was ruled by an absolute monarch. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khpoleaf.rtf

Corn’s Magellan
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Charles Corn (1998) took exception to what he calls traditional historical accounts of Magellan’s unattained search for the unattained Spice Islands and specifically posits that Magellan was obsessed with Columbus’s western route and never made it to the islands due to the fact that he was pursuing other obsessions. While Corn quotes a few other historians, particularly Samuel Elliott Morrison and Leonardo Argansolo, he states that only the Spanish historians hold the view that Magellan ever visited the spice islands. Yet, a series of historical records maintained in Lisbon by Portugal historians have always held that Magellan never made it to the Spice Islands. 9 works cited. jvCrnMag.rtf
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Corruption in Russia
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A 4 page paper which examines why corruption is the worst problem facing the former Communist country, proposes a solution, and discusses why this solution would be the best. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGrusscorr.rtf

Could Mexico City, Istanbul, Paris Or St. Petersburg Be Able To Achieve Their Current Status Without The Politics Of Authoritarianism?
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8 pages in length. National identity of any given state or country is that which defines its existence throughout the global community; while some live by the tenets of democracy, others adopt a considerably harsher approach through authoritarianism. Does this separation make a difference when examining the extent to which, for example, Mexico City, Istanbul, Paris or St. Petersburg have been able to achieve current status? Indeed, one might readily surmise that had these four global communities assumed anything but their historically authoritarian stance in relation to politics, their respective modern-day standing would not have warranted such a tremendous endeavor. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCMexAuth.rtf

Could The United States Have Avoided The Cold War?
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6 pages in length. Based upon conjecture, one might readily surmise that even though the United States might have been able to avoid involvement in the Cold War, the desire for power over the Soviets proved to intense to ever consider such an option. Thus, the rise and fall of the Cold War represented not only the simplistic desires of two power hungry nations, but it also reflected a more innate passion toward answering to the intrinsically driven motivation for conquest. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCUSwar.wps

Count Camillo Cavour:
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This 3 page paper examines why Count Camillo Cavour should be recognized as the Father of the Risorgimento. This paper highlights the notable achievements of Cavour and their widespread impact. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: GSCamilo.rtf

Counterfactual History and the Development of Scientific Theory in Early Europe
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An 11 page exploration of the way society repressed scientific fact in Europe, between 1000 A.D and 1800 A.D. The toll this repression took was a delay in the development of muchmore advanced knowledge. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PPsciCnt.rtf

Cragside; A Singular House of the Victorian Age
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This 11 page paper considers the national Trust owned building of Cragside in Rothbury, Northumberland. This building was an innovative and unusual building, it was the first building to have the entire house lit by hydro-electric power, along with central heating, hot and cold running water, a Turkish bath, and even fire alarms. Built in 1870 – 1880 by Lord Armstrong the paper charts the development and impotence of this unusual building. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEcragsd.wps

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