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The American Declaration of Independence as an Epitome of Enlightenment Ideas

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5 mn read The American declaration of independence document is regarded as one of the greatest texts in American history. Thomas Jefferson, its author, was influenced by some ideas and political philosophies and did not claim that the text has original ideas. He mentioned in 1825 that “Neither aiming at originality of principle or sentiment, nor yet copied […]

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How Does Gramsci Develop Cox’s Account of Hegemony?

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6 mn read Neo-Gramscianism relates an important theory approach to the Global Politician Economy (GPE) and International Relations (IR) study that explores institutions, material capabilities as well as ideas’ interface shaping specific state information contours. Antonio Gramsci’s writing influence the theory. Neo-Gramscianism evaluates how various social forces, the definition of configured dominant ideational, state as well as sustain […]

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World War 2

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5 mn read Introduction World War II ended bringing about a lot of changes in the United States. Majority of the transformations that occurred after the war was for the betterment but some did have harmful and adverse impacts on the state. Creation of many agencies, policies, and programs was done to bring about a change in the […]

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What were the ‘disasters’ that Europe suffered during the fourteenth century, and what were their consequences?

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6 mn read The Black Death that occurred in the 14th century wiped approximately half of the people. The scarcity of the labor was encountered, and the poor couldn’t find the work. This lets to revolt and repressment of the government leading to improvement of the poor people’s condition. The kings offered new taxes to the landowners, clergy […]

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The 1918 World Series

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5 mn read On September 5, 1918, the world Baseball series was in town hosting both the Chicago Cubs as well as Boston Red Sox. The games were played at Comiskey Park which was the home ground for the white sox since the place had any fans compared to their new home Weegham Park at Wrigley Field. Comiskey […]

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The role of Chinese Empire

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7 mn read Introduction: China has always been one of the strongest empires in the world. As the Chinese empire plays a very significant role in the ancient history, it was always based on the tributary system. In every single era, the emperor was a symbol of that particular ruling dynasty that he belonged to in the first […]

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Arkansas History

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6 mn read What hostile group curtailed the Freeman-Custis Expedition? The Freeman-Custis expedition was curtailed by the Spanish troops which were led by Francisco viana.The soldiers had marched over land while the explorers had followed the river leading to the confrontation between the two parties. The area where they confronted is popularly known as the Spanish bluff. 12. […]

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Abolitionism

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3 mn read How did the abolitionists criticize slavery? How did abolitionism and antislavery politics go from being marginal, pushed by a small group of people, to becoming popular in the North? The abolitionist movement was a revolutionary movement in which the main goal was to end the slavery from the nation. The main aim was to change […]

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