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Soviet Foreign Policy -- A Fundamentally “Tsarist” Approach
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This 4 page report discusses the ways in which Soviet foreign policy during its “Communist period” (1917-1991) can be seen as being related to Russia’s previous tsarist policies. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWsvtsar.rtf

Spain -16th Century
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This 5 page paper discusses aspects of Spain during the 1500s. Spain's population was comprised of a much higher percentage of the peasantry, lower-classes, than was the rest of Europe but the population had strong values in terms of the aristocracy. Still, there were options for ambitious lower class members to change their social status. This essay also discusses the growth of the population during this century and the effect of commerce on inflation and the lack of opportunities for lower classes at the end of the century. Essay begins with an outline. 1 Table. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PGspain.rtf

Spain’s Peaceful Transition to Democracy
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This is a 7 page paper discussing Spain’s successful and peaceful transition to democracy. Spain’s peaceful transition to democracy was a result of several elements which were in place during the time of Franco’s rule and the strategy and allegiances Spain’s new King Juan Carlos used after Franco to successfully navigate a peaceful move toward democracy. Franco had hand-picked Juan Carlos before he died as the next successor based on the 1947 Law of Succession. During the early days after Franco’s death, Juan Carlos felt that Prime Minister Navarro who was a former member of Franco’s National Movement was not initiating reforms quickly enough and after Navarro’s resignation, Prime Minister Suarez and King Juan Carlos successfully managed to make alliances with enough members of parliament in order to pass a referendum for a general election in accordance with Franco’s Law on Referenda written in 1945, another useful element left by Franco’s regime. The passing of the Law of Political Reform in 1976 saw the end of the traditional Cortes in government and the first national elections were held later in 1976. Juan Carlos’ allegiances with the military provided for an additional element of the peace during the democratic elections. The dedication of Juan Carlos and the prime ministers throughout the first twenty five years of the ongoing process of democracy has allowed for Spain to obtain a position in the European Community and retain its position in NATO, feats which were unimaginable in Franco’s day. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TJSpain1.rtf

Spain’s Philip II and the Colonization of the Philippines
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A 6 page overview of the accomplishments and shortcomings of Charles V’s successor to the throne. This paper concentrates on Philip’s role in the colonization of the Philippines. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPphilippines.rtf

Spanish History: 1898 to 1948
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Spain was forced to grant independence to most of its colonies during the 1800s. The remaining colonies (Cuba and the Philippines) were lost to the United States in 1898 at the end of the Spanish-American War. This 5 page paper explores fifty years of Spanish history, from the end of the Spanish American War to the end of World War II. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KTsphhis.wps

Spirituality of Neolithic Man ; The Relevance of the Megaliths
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This 4 page paper looks at the history of man during the Neolithic Age. Many scholars have presented the idea that the megaliths were built as a result of the transition to farming from a hunter gather society, making it possible for these megaliths to be built. This paper argues that it may not have been due this change in life style, but an increased spirituality which lead to the building of these monuments combined with better technology, which in turn lead to the sedentary lifestyle. Comparisons are also made with the current practise of Ancestor worship in some parts of the world. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEneolit.wps

Sports & Leisure In Victorian-Era Britain
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A 9 page research paper investigating the development of leisure and sports activities among the working class in Britain towards the end of the Victorian era. Leisure activities had to meet very stringent ethical ideals by which the working class lives. Many games played in rural regions became national pastimes and most still exist today. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Victleis.doc

Spread & Influence of Classical Culture to 1500 AD
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A 5 page research paper that explores the origins, spread and influence of classical culture during the Renaissance to 1500 AD. The writer explores the reasons behind the origins of the Renaissance and how this dynamic movement spread across Europe. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: khclcul.rtf

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