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Crane Brinton’s Pattern of Revolution and The French Revolution in Relation to Brinton’s Stages
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This is a 9 page paper discussing Crane Brinton’s stages of revolution and the French Revolution in relation to those stages. In Crane Brinton’s “Anatomy of a Revolution” (1965) he developed a scientific look at the evolution and stages of a revolution. These stages were the prodromal/incubation stage, the symptomatic/moderate stage, the crisis/radical stage and the convalescence/recovery/moderate stage. Brinton developed these stages based on his research regarding the revolutions which took place in Britain, Russia, France and America. The French Revolution is a good example of the stages of Brinton’s as the French also experienced an incubation stage for over a century preceeding the revolution and began with the period of Enlightenment (the prodromal stage); a surge of moderates within the population who restricted the movements of the monarchy and attempted to end feudalism (the symptomatic stage); a period or terror and war which required a great deal of sacrifice by the French population and the end of the monarchy (the crisis stage); and a final period of recovery in which the Constitution was established, feudalism was abolished and France was restructured under the Consulate and Napoleon Bonaparte (the convalescence stage). Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJFrRev1.rtf

Critical Analysis of The Manifesto of the Communist Party
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This is a 5 page critical paper of The Manifesto of the Communist Party. The critical arguments presented in Marx and Engels’ The Manifesto of the Communist Party written in 1848 were focused on the problems which existed in the modern capitalist society of 1800s Europe. From what they could see, Europe was becoming a two class society, the bourgeois and the proletariat, which oppressed the working class proletariat. In order to provide the basis for the ideals of the Communist party, Marx and Engels use what is now called Marxist criticism which provides critical aspects of historical and political trends found in society which have resulted in revolutions. Whereas, the adoption of a socialist society would lead to economic equality which in turn would lead to a classless free society representative of those who work in it. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJMarxE1.rtf

Critique of, "Love of Worker Bees":
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This 6 page paper provides a detailed analysis of Alexandra Kollontai's, "Love of Worker Bees". Historical background of the time period is also provided. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: GSBeeslo.rtf

Crucial Moments In The Relationship Of Australia With Great Britain During The Period 1914-2001
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5 pages in length. Virtually every aspect of Australia's existence has been influenced one way or another by war, with World War I, World War II and the period immediately following reflecting some of the most developmental – not to mention harrowing – times in her history. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCAusGB.rtf

Cultural Diffusion from the Ancient World
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A 3 page research paper that discusses how ideas, concepts and inventions of the ancient world are still evident in society today. The writer particularly focuses on Greek democracy and the structure of governance in the Roman Republic. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khcdanc.rtf

Culture And The Economic Development Of The European Union
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This 5 page paper considers the question: What does European federalism indicate about the relationship between culture, political development, and economic development? The question is based on the fact that culture plays a key role in political and economic development. The writer first addresses the issue of whether or not the EU can be considered a federation and then discusses the inclusion of culture in EU documents since the beginning but these statements suggest a shared culture unique to Europe. Turkey's push to join the EU is used as an example of how a vastly different culture could upset the EU. The writer also discusses the topic of culture and economic development, in general, concluding there is no distinct answer to the original question. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGeuecd.rtf

Cycle plays and Commedia del’Arte
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A paper which describes the Pageant, or Cycle Plays of the early medieval period and the Commedia del’Arte of the sixteenth century, with reference to their similarities and differences and the themes of the two types of drama.
Filename: JLcyclepl.rtf

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This 6 page paper examines the link between the policies set by Russian czar Peter the Great during the 17th and 18th centuries and how those policies eventually led to the Russian Revolution of the 20th century. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MTPeterr.rtf

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