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Papers On U.S. History (18th Century)
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Analysis of Four Historical Films Ben Franklin: Inventor, Diplomat, Icon... and a Human Being, Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor, The Madness of King George, and The Conquerors: General Howe, Conqueror of New York
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In twelve pages this paper compares, contrasts, and critiques these four films on important British and American eighteenth century colonial figures. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGcolfilms.rtf

Analysis of The Missouri Compromise
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This 5 page paper analyses the text of the Missouri Compromise of 1820, why it was drawn up, its historical impact and how a historian could incorporate it into a narrative of the nation’s past. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: HVmocrev.rtf

Analysis of the Slave Trade and Slave Owner Attitudes in Stowe’s “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” and Melville’s “Benito Cereno”
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the slave trade and treatment of slaves in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” and Herman Melville’s “Benito Cereno”. Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” and Herman Melville’s “Benito Cereno” show different sides of the slave trade and slave life in the 18th century and colonial America. Although both stories are fictional, they nevertheless accurately reflected the slave situations at the time. Subsequent articles researched on the slave trade have found that largely slave trading was a considered a prosperous commodity in Europe and the colonies and despite the fact that both Stowe and Melville write accounts which show their opposition to slavery, it was considered acceptable in the 18th century. What surprises readers however in Stowe’s account is the cruelty of the slave owners to their slaves, not only on moral grounds but because they basically ruined their financial investments by beating the slaves until they could no longer work or be traded. Additionally, in Melville’s novella, the character of Captain Delano shows the tremendous racism at the time while at the same time allowing his naiveté in the future of the slaves and the slave revolt depict the presumptions and prejudices of the “good American”. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJUTCab1.rtf

Are Political Revolutions Worth The Cost
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A 5 page paper in which the writer concludes that political revolutions are worth the cost, human, individual, and financial, even if they do not achieve their objectives. To support the premise, the writer uses some of the most well-known revolutions as examples – the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Haitian Revolution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGrvlu.rtf

Articles of Confederation
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A 3 page research paper that addresses the US Articles of Confederation. Once liberty from Great Britain had been won, the thirteen former colonies that made p the nascent nation were more like thirteen separate countries than a single nation. The first attempt of the new country, the United States of America, to formulate an effective government took the form of the Articles of Confederation. However, the problems of the US under this structure were considerable, so much so that the survival of the new nation was uncertain. The writer outlines the problems and briefly discusses the Constitution. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khartoc.rtf

Articles of Confederation
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A 3 page research paper that discusses the Articles of Confederation, which constitutes the first attempt by the Founding Fathers of the United States to form the legal foundation for the central government. Ratified in 1781, it was intended to unify the states and define the powers of the Continental Congress. The Articles of Confederation were eventually abandoned because this document was determined to be ineffectual in giving the central government sufficient authority to carry out its mission. However, examination of the Articles shows that they did serve a limited purpose and definitely provided the young country with a learning experience that led to the creation of the current Constitution. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khartc.rtf


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