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Italian Immigration Into Canada: The Historical Process and Trends
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This is a 12 page paper discussing the historical process of Italian immigration into Canada. The process for Italian immigration into Canada has varied greatly in accordance with the development of the Immigration Acts over the last century. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, European immigrants were welcomed into Canada and offered land in exchange for their labor in the major industries such as mining, the railroads and the forestry camps and Italians were recruited by labor agents working for these industries and there were very few restrictions in order to meet demand. In 1906 and 1910, the Immigration Acts were introduced were designed to encourage British and American immigrants and restrict others, however industrialists still found that the European workers were still the best compromise in regards to wages paid and labor intensity and Italian immigration was still considerable in regards to the labor market. While little immigration occurred during the Depression and World War II years, after the war a great wave of Italian immigration occurring through a process which involved an alliance between the Canadian government and their new embassy in Rome. The process of family sponsorship created chains of Italian immigrants which was reduced when the points system was introduced in 1967 and placed a great deal of merit on education. The Immigration Act of 1976 lifted a great many of the discriminatory restrictions and allowed once more for immigration based on sponsorship and other aspects in relation to immigration goals and international relations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Ivan the Terrible.
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(6 pp). Ivan IV or Ivan the Terrible,1530-84, grand duke of Moscow (1533-84), was the first Russian ruler to assume formally the title of czar. Ivan the Terrible, the most famous tsar before Peter the Great and the most brutal ruler of Russia before Stalin, inherited the throne as a three-year-old boy on the death of his father, Vasily III, in 1533. Officially the new tsar became Ivan IV; he was awarded the title of Terrible (in Russian, ???????, "threatening" "inspiring awe or fear") by later historians. Ivan IV enjoyed the longest reign in Russian history--to the distress of his people. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Ivan the Terrible.
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(6 pp). Ivan IV or Ivan the Terrible,1530-84, grand duke of Moscow (1533-84), was the first Russian ruler to assume formally the title of czar. Ivan the Terrible, the most famous tsar before Peter the Great and the most brutal ruler of Russia before Stalin, inherited the throne as a three-year-old boy on the death of his father, Vasily III, in 1533. Officially the new tsar became Ivan IV; he was awarded the title of Terrible (in Russian, ???????, "threatening" "inspiring awe or fear") by later historians. Ivan IV --to the distress of his people --enjoyed the longest reign in Russian history. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Jack A. Goldstone and the Causes of Revolution
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This 6 page report discusses Goldstone’s model of how political and social revolution occurs. In his 1991 book “Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World,” he outlines four specific factors that are in place and encourage a revolution to take place. He explains that at some point in the past 500 years, early every nation on Earth has experienced some form of revolution. He believes that those revolutions either began inside of their own boundaries or they were transmitted because of a revolution occurring in a neighboring country. His analysis of revolution and rebellion in England, France, and the Ottoman and Chinese empires provides a framework for examining the development of human history in terms of the interactions between ideologies and cultures. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Jack the Ripper and His Impact on History
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In 9 pages (7 pp. text, 1 pg. Roman numeral outline, and 1 pg. Table of Contents) this paper examines the significance of the British serial killer known as Jack the Ripper, the places where these murders took place, the victims, possible suspects, the events the took place thereafter, the importance of innovations such as DNA testing and how such testing could finally reveal the killer’s identity, and also considers the impacts of this murderer and his murders on history. Ten sources are listed in the bibliography.
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Jack the Ripper: Facts and Fantasies
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A 5 page analysis of the facts surrounding the infamous Jack the Ripper case. The author contends that it is likely that only five victims actually fell to the Ripper and that the rest were copycat murders. A list of possible suspects is examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPripper.rtf

Jacob Burckhardt’s Views on “The Fall of the Humanists in the Sixteenth Century”
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This is a 5 page paper discussing Jacob Burckhardt’s “The Fall of the Humanists in the Sixteenth Century”. Jacob Burckhardt’s writings on “The Fall of the Humanists in the Sixteenth Century” in part III of his work “The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy” discusses how the humanist movement away from the affiliation between the church and the state back toward the traditional positive views of man introduced by the ancient Greeks and Romans offered a progressive and excessive view of society which was eventually not well accepted and which led to the downfall of the humanists. While Burckhardt generally did not believe that accelerated movements in history were good for society, other modern scholars and critics believe that this perspective of Burckhardt’s may actually have been a reflection of the excesses he was witnessing in 19th century Europe. While those who believed in the importance of the functioning of the church and the state supported Burckhardt’s views, others advocated that the humanist movement actually developed a sense of liberalism and the equality of man considered an essential element in today’s democratic societies. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Jacques Levesque's Enigma of 1989 (Book Review)
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of the book Enigma of 1989 and critiques it. Several reviews are cited in an evaluation of this work on the fall of the USSR. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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