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    Law and Government Branches

    There are various types of criminal justice organizations such as correctional facilities, police organizations, courts of law, and offices of law. All these criminal justice organizations do not get along peacefully. Corrections professionals get frustrated when the district attorney's office over criminalizes one offense or

    Formation & Evolution of the 2 American Parties

    Need help with the following questions: 1. Explain the evolution of political parties from the Federalists and Democratic-Republicans to the political parties that exist today. 2. Discuss the structure and role of party organizations. Mention each level of party organization—local, state, and national—including what t

    The Meiji Restoration

    What was gained and what was lost in the Meiji Restoration? Who helped in the areas where items were gained? Who opposed changes? Was opposition even a possibility?

    General Upton: Tactics

    Discuss the views and ideas of Emory Upton. Why were his views rejected by the U.S. Army and Government?

    WWI: Cause and Consequence

    Choose one military conflict in (World War 1) which the United States was involved that was discussed during this course. Explain both the causes and effects of this particular conflict and outline how it impacted American History. Must be at least 500 words, Wikipedia can't be a reference. World War 1, is the chosen conflict

    WWI: U.S. Involvement

    How did European powers interpret American contributions to the war effort, and why did they form this interpretation? Do you think the contributions made by America were underestimated in these interpretations? Why, or why not?

    WWI: Economy

    What economic effects were experienced domestically due to American mobilization for World War I? Name and thoroughly explain these effects.

    The Confederacy & Civil War Attempts at Effective Governing

    The Confederacy initially broke from the Union due to States rights. They wanted the government to play a minor role in affairs. Once they created their own government they were unable to create within it this ideal. In what ways did they emphasize national government? Why was their ideal so hard to realize?

    American and French Revolutions

    1. Explain the cause of these changes in each nation, including the conditions that led to both the American and French revolutions and possible reasons for the very different outcomes in the revolutions. 2. Also, looking ahead to the Industrial Age, what would cause Great Britain to eventually follow the path to democracy as

    The Rise of Democracy in the American Colonies

    Write a response in which you compare and contrast the rise of democracy and the political changes that took place in Great Britain, France, and the United States (at first the American Colonies) in the late 18th and 19th centuries.

    Policy Shifts during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s

    I have to write an essay discussing major policy shifts in American history over the long twentieth century Reconstruction and its end, Progressivism, the New Deal, Labor Reforms and their reversals, Civil Rights, New Conservatism, etc. I am needing help with some of the kinds of things U.S. leaders responded to and the thing

    Rousseau's Social Contract: Theory, Argument and Application

    I am reading/audiobooking the Social Contract by Rousseau so that I could create a 3-5 page report on my own opinion about the book. Honestly, in my opinion, it's dull, repetitive, and very difficult to keep interested in. I would just like more understanding rather than binging the audio book over and over. I've heard of the so

    Sherman's Strategy of taking Atlanta and his March to the Sea

    Discuss Sherman's strategy of taking Atlanta and his March to the Sea. Be sure to include a discussion of the major battles and leaders involved in this operation. Could Sherman have been stopped from taking Atlanta? His March to the Sea? What was the importance of this campaign? Can response be at least 250 words ?

    Classical aesthetics - Mimetic Sense

    Write a short paper about a piece of art. It could be a building, sculpture, painting, or other work. It may come from any period as long as it fits the principles of Classical aesthetics. Attach a picture of the art to your paper. 1. Provide a short background of the artist, or architect in some cases; the location of the piec

    The Spanish American War

    Why were Americans so critical of the handling of the war with Spain? What lessons did the U.S. learn from the Spanish American War? What legacy did the war have for the future of the U.S.?

    Virtues of the Past: Hebrew, Roman, and Greek

    Research one of the following virtue words: Arête, Prudence, Temperance, Justice, Fortitude, Faith, Hope, Love. 1. Is this virtue still important to success in life today? Why or why not? 2. Is this virtue from Hebrew, Greek, or Roman ideas or a mix? Support your answer with reasons, logic, or evidence.

    Government and the Internet

    The Internet has had an undisputed effect on the distribution of information. Do you think the political results of this broad distribution of information have been positive? Why, or why not?

    Colonizing New World

    This Subject is History..... American Military History 1. The response should be at least 275 words in length.

    Myth and propaganda used during the Holocaust

    This is a succinct analysis of the significant role myth and propaganda played in the Final Solution or Holocaust during World War II. This solution provides examples of myths, such as the one about the Demonic Jew, which were used to incite the Final Solution. In addition, this solution explains how the Nazis utilized the ideol

    Early Western European Culture and Society

    The Catholic church is a much maligned and often misunderstood organization. The purposes of this writing are to show three important factors which make the Catholic church so important in European history. These are not the only factors but in this writers opinion they are the most extant and undeniable. The first is that the C

    Concerns for a Cold War

    A whole empire of ideological understanding was built around the interpretive concept of the Cold War, and containment of the communist global threat to world peace as known in the Western democracies. How does that whole package of thought translate to other threats, other proxy wars during the Cold War, and concerns for a retu

    Iranian Islamic Revolution

    Why was the Iranian Islamic Revolution a reaction to Western values and influence? Iran: Religious Revivalism and the Rejection of the West. The Iranian Revolution directed by Ayatollah Khomeini presented a fundamental challenge to the existing world order. The movements called for a return to a golden past age, and were dire

    Saving Face in a Diplomatic Context

    What are some of the great examples shown of "saving face" on the part of diplomats during the Vietnam War? What does "saving face" mean in diplomatic situations?

    Tanzimat Reforms in the Middle East

    By the early 18th century, the Ottoman Empire which ruled the Middle East was in decline. Weak rulers left the way open for power struggles between officials, religious experts, and Janissaries (Guards). Provincial administrators and landholders colluded to drain revenue from the central treasury. The general economy suffered fr

    European Expansion - Africa after 1880s

    The history of the European exploration of Africa is a story of patience and dedication, as well as self-promotion and violence. Explorers opened the way for idealistic missionaries who hoped to eradicate the remaining slave trade. The "scramble for Africa" after 1870 resulted in the European exploitation of the continent for f

    Military operations of the Korean War

    Discuss the major military operations - land, sea, and air - of the Korean War from January 1951 until the conclusion of the conflict in July 1953. Also provide a discussion of the major leaders involved in U.S. military operations during this time period