The concepts of frontier and manifest identity played a critical role in shaping the outlook of the Anglo-American population. The second one, in turn, signified the desire of Anglo-Americans to "civilize" the lands in question [...]
In history, art, and architecture, the established definition of the Chicago School is used as a generalized term that characterizes the architectural phenomenon of the late 19th century, which greatly influenced the formation of modern [...]
One of the significant issues that the American public tried to solve was slavery this problem was one of the dividing factors for the country's citizens.
The emergence of the state and the constantly renewing need for its existence were, first of all, a consequence of the self-development of society, which has its internal mechanisms and requires a coordinated directing influence [...]
The era of the Gilded Age, which occurred in the USA in the last few decades of the nineteenth century, was characterized by contradictory phenomena.
By emphasizing the notions of egalitarianism and the principles of natural law, Jefferson successfully appeals to logic and makes a convincing presentation of the crucial social and legal principles to his opposition.
Nevertheless, it did not prove too challenging to gather factual information regarding the events that have led to the rise of the anti-Japanese public sentiment in the US through the 1920s-1940s period, in general, and [...]
It was associated with the significant expansion of the land, the conflict on slavery, and the large debate between the North and the South, which resulted in a war.
The automobile became symbolic of the suburban lifestyle, and with so many families transitioning into such areas, the automobile sales increased tremendously.
The origin and formation of the US foreign policy came in the period of the acute form of the old regime crisis in European countries.
The term "market revolution" is used to refer to a period in the first half of the 19th century associated with significant changes in global trade relations and the way Americans conducted business.
Nevertheless, the idealized form of the western retained some of its popularity, and some of the codifying works in the category as well as films that display the popularity of the theme come from the [...]
The misery index was a combined total of inflation and unemployment rates which was beleaguering the US economy in the 1970s.
The analysis will aim to answer several questions regarding the gains from the book from a historian's perspective, the events on which the work shed light, the point of view on the events, the accuracy [...]
The 2010s decade is known to be both a celebration of a scientific and technological breakthrough as well as the degradation of the global political peace and rise of tensions.
3 Still, the history of the city demonstrates that political leaders were more oriented to Galveston's expansion and growth as a powerful port in the region, and the structure of the municipality was changed to [...]
One of the most important impacts of the issue of slavery was that it showed the inefficiency of the American government, ultimately leading to the Civil War.
The focus on liberation and the reinforcement of the traditionally democratic values resonated with a range of American citizens, causing American society to experience a gradual change in values.
According to the film Slavery and the Making of America, slavery had a profound effect on the historical development of American colonies into one country.
The Equal Rights Amendment, as the cornerstone of American democracy and one of the crucial legal regulations that were created to introduce American society to the principles of equality, also implied significant changes to the [...]
The state of relevant tranquility that could be observed in the American socioeconomic and sociopolitical environment was the direct effect of the measures taken in the 1980s.
According to Flanagin's account of the relationships between Muslim Americans and the rest of the U.S.population, the victimization of Muslim Americans is comparable to that one of German Americans after WWI, although it may not [...]
Thus, it is fully explainable why America decided to embark on the Lunar mission: this country needed to show to the whole world that it was still ahead of the USSR, in the technological and [...]
Detroit is the largest city of the Michigan state in the U.S.and twenty-third most populated in the whole country. It has the thirteenth largest economy in the United States, one of the major ports, and [...]
It is important to consider the phenomenon of patriotism in the context of the US War of Independence. Exploring the reasons for the victory of the American revolution, which led to the formation of the [...]
On July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America from Great Britain and its Crown.
This paper addresses some key figures and events in the history of the United States of America with an attempt to analyze the processes and ideas that formed the future of the country.
To explore the factors that have led to the creation of the 1980's system of corporate buyouts, one needs to take retrospect into the early development of the U.S.economy.
The American Dream as Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, and others saw it and forged it to be seen by others contributed meaningfully to the values of the American people and the priorities of a nation.
The Preamble is imperative to the constitutional development of the country because it establishes a certain set of goals that the Constitution is aiming to reach: "We the people of the United States, in Order [...]
The experiences of her family display the barbaric nature of internment camps and signal the need to introduce the idea of humanity into the treatment of people belonging to opposing political movements.
Combined with the rise in unemployment, which affected the disadvantaged population, in general, the U.S.of the 1920ies represented a weird concoction of hopeful attitudes and the depressing reality of poverty and discrimination.
Due to the introduction of industrialization into American society, the premises for the labor movement to originate and gain traction in the United States were built.
However, the author argues that despite these attempts to disregard the place of sexual violence as a form of terrorism, it was commonly used in the Reconstruction South, specifically by white supremacists seeking to enforce [...]
It is supposed that the political position of Adams largely influenced the formation of American democracy and the development of the society as a whole.
The invention of the cotton gin and the high demand for this farm produce in northern textile industries are the chief causes of the Cotton Revolution in the U.S.
On the one hand, the primary goal of the document was achieved, as it defined the scope of the power of the new state.
As a result, the states began ignoring Congress, and the nation came close to falling apart, only being saved by the creation of the Constitution.
In general, most Asian Americans benefited from war as the Filipino, the Chinese, and Indians were wartime allies of the United States.
During this time, the Archaeologists were able to identify the origin of their cultures, economies, and political systems that facilitated the realization of millions of people and languages before the Europeans Explorer in 1944.
James Madison was the key player on the issue of commerce under the Articles of the Confederation. He wanted the states to maintain the standards for the success of the social programs he wanted to [...]
Therefore, while formulating the text of the document, the legislators proceeded from the idea of natural rights and freedoms and the establishment of the limits of the state's power in relation to a person.
The strategy of pacification was especially prevalent during that time because wealthy slaveowners wanted to keep possible protests under control and prevent the rest of the white population from supporting the abolition of slavery in [...]
Among the reasons that affected the popularity of the yeoman farmer in a certain way is the rapid development of the movement for gender equality in the United States.
The main argument of the paper is that the effects of the Great Recession on the economic, social, and political climate in the country were similar to the ones caused by the Great Depression in [...]
This event is treated as the first Thanksgiving dinner, which started a tradition that is a couple of centuries old. In addition, there are doubts that the festival could be organized in November since the [...]
Churches and religious groups often became the foundation of the Civil Rights crusades in the region during the 1960s. The Army had to be called in to maintain order in the area and protect Meredith.
The fight for supremacy in the congress room was also one of the factors that led to the lack of inclusion of the blacks in the constitution.
Further, it was not easy to decide who between the south, the president and the congress could direct the reconstruction process.
In this context, his first inaugural address can be seen as a call for the South to avoid civil war, as opposed to a call upon the North to start one, and the second inaugural [...]
I was also unable to cope with the speed and accuracy required in the organization. I was also unable to communicate with different officials in the organization.
If I were to make a movie set in the time period of the first six chapters, I would center it on the topic of culture.
With time, the global price of cotton went up, which influenced the lives of the locals and foreigners in the south.
Additionally, the articles never considered separating the powers among the three branches since it never established the position of the president, and the judiciary branch was never involved in the draft, meaning that only the [...]
One of the most significant events in the history of the British Empire, the French and Indian War, also known as the Seven Years' War, was of tremendous importance to Great Britain since it finally [...]
The war between the United States and Mexico emerged in 1846 due to recognition of Texas' Independence, annexation of Texas to the United States, and offensive behavior of Mexican soldiers.
She never knew her father and was brought up by a single mother who could not take good care of her and her elder sister because she had to work around the clock to earn [...]
We cannot blame the inability of the union leaders to apply a leftist ideology because other factors contributed to the decline of the relevance and membership of the labor unions between 1920 and 1930.
The woman believes that the root of this civil radicalism might be found in the past when the Civil Movement took a wrong shift to the increase in the legislative pressure.
The main argument of the documentary 9/11 - Loose Change is that the US secret services stood behind the perpetration of the worst terrorist act in the history of America the attacks of 9/11.
The reason for this is that the American economy is about to experience an acute shortage of natural gas and oil, which in turn will render it unfeasible to maintain the country's interstate highway system [...]
The main argument of the documentary Untold History of the US. Episode 3 is that the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the US should be referred to for what it was one of [...]
First and foremost, it should be noted that the New Deal was supposed to reduce the tension caused by the Great Depression. Hence, Zinn refers to numerous strikes and the excessive unemployment rate that established [...]
Reconstruction refers to the attempts by the American leadership to re-establish the peace and unity that existed in America before the civil war.
And the third story is the evaluation of the actions done."A True Narrative of the Rise" is the report of the King's Commissioner about the causes and the development of the rebellion organized by Bacon, [...]
After an epidemic caused by the distribution of blankets contaminated with smallpox in the settlements of the western nations, the British restored peace and accepted the influence of the French in the region of Great [...]
The capacity of a range of heavy industries was reduced due to the economic crisis and the resulting drops in the employment rates, as well as the farm prices deflation and numerous issues with the [...]
The Founding Fathers were sensitive to the fact that private property was instrumental in the civilization of the United States. In this regard, the British knew there was the probability of the federal government revoking [...]
This led to rapid economic growth and improvements in standards of living in the U.S. Persuasive advertising campaigns were used by business firms to appeal to consumers' diverse tastes and to increase the brand value [...]
Based on the factors provided above, it could be concluded that the modern definition of security and its purposes as defined by the consequences of the Civil War due to the presence of the accumulation [...]
I am convinced that the American culture is one of the best cultures in the world. This has seen my appreciation of the American culture.
Government practices and institutions established after the revolution and independence form the foundation of the American political system entrenched in the U.
In a nutshell, entitlement as a social aspect is unlikely to cause conflict between the citizens and the state in the current setting.
During the 'roaring twenties' people were seeking at least a decent life devoid of war as a way of escaping from the trauma that emanated from the 'Great War.' The worst thing to have happened [...]
The citizens of the U. In Guatemala, the state of economic and political affairs was almost similar to Chile.
This land almost doubled the area of the USA and made it one of the widest countries around the globe. This was a mission directed by President Jefferson in the year 1804 to facilitate the [...]
This paper adopts diverse discourse analysis to explore and explain the objectives of the historical preservationists pioneered during and after the mid-20th c by the city dwellers and the urban governments in upgrading the urban [...]
1 The need to occupy southern colonies came as a result of the successes that were recorded in the north, especially after the establishment of cash crop farming. The setting up of the plantations in [...]
The Soviet Union began sending military personnel and weapons to Cuba after the defeat of Cuban exiles by the Americans at the Bay of Pigs.
The plight of American Indians in 19thcentury The present plight of the gay struggle for acceptance Legislations The Dewes Severalty Act of 1887 was passed on February 8th, 1887, with an intention to allot lands to individuals (Nichols 125). It was perceived that by allocating lands to Native Americans, the government would not have to […]
In some years, the period between the late part of the twentieth century and the early part of the twenty-first century will be discussed by the American sociologists and historians as the era developed under [...]
The Afro-Americans argued that the concept of civility was a construction of the white people which was objectively aimed at perpetuating racial equality and the culture of color segregation. The Principle of civil disobedience was [...]
The realization of the American citizens that there was a distance between the thoughts of the policy makers and the realities on the battlefield led to an intensified opposition to the war.
These people are sure that the popular culture in this perspective has a positive effect and shows the society its problems, the popular culture directs the situation for better outcomes, for the reduction of the [...]
There is a clear, logical development of the events that happen from the beginning of American history to the period narrated in the chapter.
In the quest to figure out the events that took place in the history of America, I had an opportunity to interview a close family friend who was one of the African American soldiers during [...]
When the Munich Agreement failed in 1938 to maintain peace, the United State policymakers advised Roosevelt that the country was not capable of preserving its security, without the support of other nations. In this regard, [...]
The Second World War precipitated the process of decolonization because the American president had declared that the war aimed at liberating all people in the world.
In spite of the fact, Filipino nurses had the opportunity to receive the necessary training in the Philippines according to the American standards and to learn the English language, the decision of many nursing workers [...]
In the middle of the 19th century, half of the Irish and German population immigrated to America. One of the main reasons that made Irish and Germans immigrate was the presence of large land in [...]
The first article "Pueblos, Spaniards, and History" by David Weber, focuses on the controversial relationship between the Pueblos and the Spaniards."Pueblos, Spaniards, and History" appears in the 2000 Edition of Michael Ornelas' book "Between the [...]
However, to think that colonists and early Americans pursued a general policy of killing or driving out the native Indians is incorrect.
The concept of Manifest Destiny elucidates the states of mind of many expansionist principle makers of the period who worked hard in an attempt to push America's borders towards the west.
The president in the article observes that the state had to change its foreign and domestic policies to survive in the international system.
The voyage resulted in Pope's decree of the division of all non-Christian lands between Portugal and Spain, dying out of the local population of Carribean and Bahama Islands and replacing it with black slaves from [...]
Thus, Payne makes the reader reflect on the issue of conflicts between the interests of the nation and the people at the helm, which is one of the topical issues on the agenda of the [...]
This decision enabled the federal government to construct dams along the Tennessee River to stop flooding and initiate the generation of affordable hydroelectric power for the resident communities. In August, FDR signed the Social Security [...]
In the subsequent part of the chapter, the author illustrates the events of Indians' settlement. The author claims that mercantilism ideals became the prevention of ethnic diversity support.
The Crime of Poverty is the discussion developed by Henry George concerning the reasons for why not all people can be rich and if it is possible to avoid poverty. It is necessary for all [...]
There are three stories that can prove that the beginning of the 1970s was one of the periods when inappropriateness of people's decisions influenced the lives of millions.
Still, not all approaches were appreciated in the past, and a number of people suffered because of their inabilities to choose the correct approaches and follow the existing order.
The slave owner gains directly from the welfare of the slaves and the slaves gained directly from offering their services to the slave owner.
The actions of the USSR as to the expansion to Eastern Europe alerted the USA and resulted in international tension affecting the rest of the world.
Socialism was gaining momentum, and this was an enormous threat to the future of America. Therefore, America did all within its powers to support nations that were against Socialism leading to the emergence of the [...]
The Knights of Labor was one of the first attempts to underline how unfair the conditions for work were and how terrible the employers' treatment was.
Africans came to the realization that every person was created in the image of God, which is the image of goodness.
Differences in economic developments in the south and the north could also be viewed as one of the factors that fuelled benevolent empire in the antebellum period.
He claimed further that those who supported abolitionism and freedom were the friends of the south while slaveholders and slave-breeders were the real enemies of the south.
The picture tells a lot about the lives of slaves in the plantations and in Britain. Slaves reinterpreted the bible whereby they realized that they were not supposed to be servants.
Nowadays, it became a commonplace assumption among many Americans that the causes, behind the rise of the Civil Rights Movement, during the course of the 20th century's sixties, had to do with the fact that [...]
Similarly, the Treaty of Versailles was important in making the US a world power in the 20th century. The US was skeptical about the terms of the treaty because of the inclusion of the League [...]
In 1812, the United States purchased one of the richest states referred to as Louisiana, which facilitated the signing of the Treaty of Ghent.
The article of confederation had problems that limited the functioning of the new government. The major weakness was the amount of power it gave the individual states leaving the federal government to be weak.
It was not a physical war like the ones that were fought during the First World War and the Second World War.
Jefferson believed that the landless laborers posed a threat to the nation because they were not independent. He believed that if Englishmen ruled over the world, they would be able to extend the effects of [...]
A challenge of the traditional accounts about the pre-colonial Wolof state was the tendency to separate the dependent groups from the aristocracy, which helped the last ones establish their dominance in society.
1 In the introduction, the author makes a profound comparison and contrast between the treatment of colored people in different historical periods, which helps the audience to realize the importance of the subject.
What follows in this section of the essay are ten events that influenced the formation of the United States of America as a nation and a people.
The main goal of this paper is to discuss the main aspects and key figures in the history of Idaho. Nowadays, it is one of the largest water supplier and producer of hydroelectric power in [...]
The US president declared war on Mexico after the kidnapping of the American soldiers in the American land. With time, this led to the American Revolution that granted independence to the locals.