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Papers On European History
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Tensions in Irish History During the 19th and 20th Centuries
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A 5 page paper which examines Ireland’s tumultuous history and considers the political, economic and social struggles including the potato famine, religious unrest, rebellion and independence movements and the role of women. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TGirehis.rtf

Testing the Totalitarian Model
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A 5 page paper presenting a hypothesis that the totalitarian model exists and is operational right up to the time that it falls to democracy, that there is no gradual transition from one to the other. The paper examines the experiences of Poland, Russia and China to conclude that the recent histories of those nations collectively support the hypothesis. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSpolTotal.rtf

The 'World Turned Upside Down,' Describes so Many Historical Times
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7 pages in length. Christoper Hill's World Turned Upside Down : Radical Ideas During the English Revolution describes how the English Revolutionary war was waged for several reasons, with religion as one of the primary causes. The author provides a detailed overview of Hill's historical account of the English Revolution. No additional sources sited.
Filename: CWworups.wps

The “Real” Macbeth -- Shakespeare and Revisionist History
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that the real King Macbeth has been erroneously portrayed through Shakespeare’s dramatic license. While other Shakespearean characters are clearly responsible for their evil actions as portrayed in the dramas, the story of Macbeth actually manipulates the facts of history. However, because Shakespeare’s story does not include actual historical information, it is essential that the dialogue and actions that take place in “Macbeth” be analyzed in the context of the historical information they provide or to which they allude. Such a process allows the reader to gain a better perspective on the political situation in England during Shakespeare’s time, the issues of greatest concern, and Shakespeare’s own willingness to play (pun intended) to the greatest political expediency. No additional sources.
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The 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act
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This 4 page paper provides a plethora of information in respect to the 1834 amendment to the Poor Laws. It is argued that the amendment was ineffective. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: SA712pr.rtf

The Absolute Power of Louis XIV
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This 3 page paper looks at the similarities between the absolutism of Louis XIV and the Soviet Union in the Twentieth Century. The paper also considers if Louis XIV was good for France in the long term. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TElouxil.rtf

The Accumulation of National Wealth
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This 5 page paper considers how Europe North America and Japan have become the wealthiest nations. The paper considers this from an historical perspective looking at colonialism and mercantilism and then discusses the adoption of capitalism as well as looking at the political background, natural resources and geographical locations. The paper finishes with the consideration of Japan after the Second World War and the adoption of peopleism capitalism. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEnatwel.wps

The Accuracy of Using Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” as an Historical Source
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the use of Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” as an historical source. Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” originally published in serial form in “Household Words” in 1854 takes place in a fictional industrial city called “Coketown, England” during the 1950s. Despite the fact that the name of the town is fictitious, the novel has often been used to describe the industrial, educational and political climate in England during the mid-19th century at the time of the Industrial Revolution. Because of this it is important to examine the accuracy of using this work of fiction as an historical source. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJCDick1.rtf


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