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Papers On European History
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The White Rose Resistance Movement
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A paper which looks at the student resistance movement, the White Rose group, which was active in Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Bibliography lists 6 sources
Filename: JLwhiteros.rtf

The women’s movement in Ireland
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A paper which looks at the impact of the second wave of feminism on the lives of Irish women over the past forty years, and how this has been affected by social, political and economic factors within Ireland, Britain and Europe. Bibliography lists 6 sources
Filename: JL2irfem

The World Between 1870 and 1945
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A 5 page research paper that examines global history between 1870 and 1945. The writer argues that the most important political revolution of the twentieth century was the changing nature of the international community in this era. The writer offers an examination of the economic forces and world events behind this change. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: kh70to45.wps

The World of Yesterday: The Golden Age
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A five page paper which looks at the Golden Age of the Austrian empire, as described in Zweig's The World of Yesterday, and considers the effect which Nazism and the World Wars had on Austrian culture, and the Jews in particular.
Filename: JLzweig.rtf

The World War I Treaty of Versailles: Differing Ally Participation
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A 5 page overview of the negotiations surrounding the 1919 Treaty of Versailles, that agreement between Germany and the allied countries who had participated in World War I. Notes that among the allies only the U.S., France, Italy, and England were active in dictating the terms of the Treaty. Even the role of the U.S. was largely overshadowed by that of the European allies, however. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPversai.rtf

The Yalta Conference
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A 3 page overview of the importance of the Yalta Conference. The author contends that it affected several aspects of political, economic, and societal development for the world as a whole and for Germany in particular. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPyaltaC.rtf

The Yalta Conference and the Cold War
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This 8 page paper considers the Yalta conference held in February 1945 and the impact that this had on the establishment of the cold war. The writer includes discussion on issues such as Soviet land demands, the balance of power and the political implications of the agreements reached. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEyalta1.doc

Theda Skocpol’s Use of Mill’s Methods of Agreement and Difference in Her Studies in Social Revolution: Examples of Methods Applied and Lieberson’s Critique
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This is a 6 page paper discussing Skocpol’s use of Mill’s methods of agreement and difference in her studies of social revolutions. In Theda Skocpol’s “States and Social Revolutions: A Comparative Analysis of France, Russia and China”, she uses John Stuart Mills’ methods of agreement and difference to appropriate logical causes of social revolutions in her comparative historical analyses. Stanley Lieberson, on the other hand, disagreed with Skocpol’s application of Mill’s methods when applied to small-N situations in sociological inquiry and this application of Mill by Skocpol “does not allow for probabilistic theories, interaction effects, measurement errors, or even the presence of more than one cause”. Despite this argument, most social researchers, including Skocpol agree that Mill’s methods can be used in social comparative research as long as the causes discussed are only generalized to those cases studied. In Skocpol’s study, the cause of social revolutions in France, Russia and China were based largely on the organized peasant revolts and the breakdown of the monarchical state administrations. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJTheda1.rtf


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