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Economics Was Only One of the Contributing Factors of Rome Falling
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This five-page-paper presents a detailed discussion on the economic contribution to the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. Bibliography lists three sources.
Filename: CWromeco.wps

Edmund Spenser's The Sovereign Beauty
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The Elizabethan era helped to spawn the creative endeavors of the poet, Edmund Spenser and is spoken of in the sonnet, The Sovereign Beauty. This 6 page paper asserts that The Sovereign Beauty is a testament to the glory and 'virtue' of a nation as well as its Queen and is solidly set in the time from which it was created. No additional sources are listed. Source is included.
Filename: KTsovbev.wps

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This paper examines the life of Edvard Kardelj, who was the right-hand man and hand-picked successor to Tito. The paper also touches on some of Kardelj's ideology and how it impacted Yugoslav politics. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MTedvkar.rtf

Edward Gibbons: Man's Historical Achievements Are A Farce
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5 pages in length. "History is little more than a register of crimes, follies and misfortunes of man" This famous quote from Edward Gibbons provides meaningful insight to what humanity's historical significance truly represents. When taken in its realistic context, one can readily support the validity of such a claim, inasmuch as the history books are chock full of war, strife, bungled peace efforts, political embarrassments, along with a whole host of other less-than-attractive accomplishments. That Gibbons sought to bring to light the reality of mankind's historical legacy concurs with his ability to see beyond the facade of dubious achievements. The writer compares this quote with real-life events. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCgbbns.doc

Effect of Delaying Marriage/ "After the Black Death"
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A 5 page research paper based on George Huppert's fascinating study on the origins of Western culture, "After the Black Death: A Social History of Early Modern Europe." The writer explores Huppert's contention that the practice of delaying marriage was instrumental in forming the characteristics of Western culture. No additional source cited.
Filename: khdelaym.wps

Effects of Khrushchev's Destalinization of Russia
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An 11 page paper discussing how the policies of Stalin's successor affected the people of the former Soviet Union. Under Khrushchev, there were several areas in which Russian citizens could expect to live longer lives than under Stalin, but Khrushchev did not materially improve the plight of the people in terms of any sort of freedom. Any superficial relaxation of restrictive rules was orchestrated for the good of the party and the state; the people and their efforts were merely fuel for the party machinery. Khrushchev's liberalization policies of destalinization changed only those conditions that could not be sustainable. Identification of those areas was dependent on Khrushchev's abilities of perception; while he identified several important areas, he failed to recognize the need for reform of other areas of Russian life as well, including religion. Bibliography lists 10 sources in 27 footnotes.
Filename: KSdestalin.wps

Effects of the Industrial Revolution in Britain
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This is a 7 page paper which discusses the differences in the economic, social, and political life of Britian in 1750 and 1840. The bibliography has 2 sources.
Filename: JHBrit.rtf

Effects of the Second Punic War
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: A 12 page research paper that gives a brief summation of the Second Punic War in which Hannibal brought his elephants over the Alps and invaded the Italian peninsula. The writer focuses then on the effects that this war had on consolidating Roman power. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: 90punic.rtf

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