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    The Sociology of Native Americans and Early American Colonists

    Before the arrival of the first European settlers, numerous tribes of Native Americans were allowed to establish themselves across the American continents in isolation and without interruption from outside forces. When the Mayflower finally arrived in 1620, the English settlers and Native Americans were so vastly different it is easily apparent as to why they […] More

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    Starbucks, an American global coffee company

    Starbucks, an American global coffee company and coffeehouse chain that’s been distributing all around the world has been continuing to grow to the point where you basically see a Starbucks in every corner. Starbucks advertises the idea of chic and professionalism to the upper and middle classes through the earthy, smooth décors, relaxed environment, and […] More

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    Writers of the American Revolution: Benjamin Franklin

    The American Revolution influenced so much more than just people’s taxes and freedom. It influenced writing and speeches of people at the time. The American Identity during the American Revolution was reflected in Benjamin Franklins writing such as the “Poor Richard’s Almanac” and The Declaration of Independence (he helped draft the document). Political, social, and […] More

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    American History Since 1865: Ashford University Course Overview

    HIS 204 Week 1 DQ 1 The History of Reconstruction: Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric […] More

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    Mergers and Acquisitions: American Airlines Merges With Rival US Airways

    Successful corporations in business are always seeking different ways to improve their position in their respective areas of operation. Mergers and acquisitions have been proven to be a way to do just that. A merger is simply defined as two companies joining to make a new company, whereas an acquisition occurs when one company outright […] More

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    Gender Roles: The Building Blocks of American Society

    Ever since I could remember most of what I learned about being a male came from a series of components, majority include my parents, family, television, school, toys, the media, and peers. Gender expectations were embedded within me by society and I had no clue of what was happening. When I was young it was […] More

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    American Diabetes Research Paper

    For this research paper, I chose the American Diabetes Association. There are three types of diabetes. Two of them are major. Type one is known as Juvenile Diabetes. It is where your pancreas is unable to produce insulin for your body. Juvenile Diabetes affects mainly young people such as children and young adults. People with […] More

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    Individualism as an American Culture

    Question: How do the examples involving the child who has fallen, the way food is served and eaten, and the newspaper route provide the author with significant insights into American cultural value? Do you agree with her interpretations? Poranee like many other immigrants are faced with various changes/challenges when they leave their homeland to start […] More

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    History of religion in American Colonies

    Many of the British North American colonies that eventually formed the United States of America were settled in the 17th century by men and women, who, in the face of European religious persecution, refused to compromise passionately held religious convictions and fled Europe.[2] The Middle Atlantic colonies of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland, were conceived […] More

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    American regime

    AMERICAN REGIME One can say that the major contribution brought to the Philippine literature under the American Regime (1898-1941) is the production of the Philippine Literature in English, which is divided into three different time frames : The Period of Re-Orientation (1898-1910); Imitation (1910-1925); and Self-Discovery (1925). The Philippine Literature in English saw it’s dawn […] More

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    The American Dream

    The United States of America is a place where one can have the possibility to achieve the typical “American Dream”, a family of four, a two-story home, and a white picket fence with a lush green lawn. Although America may be known as the land of the free, there are no free handouts for this […] More

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    American Connector Company

    American Connector Corporation makes electrical connectors at a plant in Sunnyvale, California. With applications from military, aerospace to consumer electronics and appliances, there is great difference in terms of specifications also. Standard designs were established by International Institute of Connectors and Interconnect Technology, the National Electronics Distributors Association or by the end user. There is […] More

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    African American

    Write a 750- to 1,400-word paper in which you consider the following regarding the religious group and racial/ethnic group you selected: Religious group: How does your selected religious group differ from other religious groups (such as in their beliefs, worship practices, or values)? What has been the experience of your selected religious group with others that […] More

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    The impact of the Vietnam War on American culture

    Consider the impact of the Vietnam War on American culture. In the decades prior to the 1980s, two issues beset American culture: civil rights and the Vietnam War. Both were televised directly into living rooms on all three channels. On college campuses throughout the world, but especially on American campuses, antiwar protests were routine. Hippies […] More

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    American Revolution Being a Civil War

    To a certain extent it is accurate to call the American Revolution a civil war. The colonists were under British control at the time, between regions of the same country. It becomes a war between two nation states. Within the colonies, Revolutionaries were not only fighting against the British but also with the Loyalists who still believed and agreed […] More

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    American Childhood

    In the book An American Childhood, Annie Dillard tells many different stories throughout her life to support her main purpose. Dillard’s purpose in this book is to show us how we look at everything thing in an aw when we are young, but once we reach a certain age, life just hits us and we […] More

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    The American democracy

    Describe some of the challenges facing the American people during the late 20th and early 21st centuries An example of a challenge facing the American people during the late 20th and early 21st century is public education. The American democracy depends on an educated and well informed citizenry. The less meaningful we make a high […] More

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    American films

    be at work making sure he works his ass off to get us where we are now. Although I don’t see him most of the time during my childhood, and he missed almost every one of my birthday’s I can never be mad at him for it. Something I most admire my father for is […] More

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    Fast food is something that every American knows about

    Most likely you, the person reading this has had fast food before, and probably enjoyed it. Whether it may be Mcdonalds, Burger King, Taco Bell, Jack in the Box, KFC, etc. There is nothing as cheap, quick to get, and tasty as fast food. With the ever-growing population of obese Americans, people are looking for […] More

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    American life at 1920s

    The sound of bullets abroad ended, but the ring of change in America blasted as large as a bullet. As the Great War ended, change manifested America and it was never to be the same. With a stock market boom, consolidation of businesses, and an increase in buying power, American life became modernized. The automobile […] More

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    American Education vs Asian Education

    In the past twenty years the United States school system has been accumulating a bit of criticism. Studies have shown that the United States has been lagging exponentially compared to almost all the industrialized countries. This specifically refers to Asian countries that are statistically blowing the U.S. out of the water. In his article “New […] More

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    Native American View of the European

    Native American view of the European The Native American’s culture was extremely different from the culture of the Europeans. Both had different traditions and way of life, everything from the clothing they wore, the food that they ate and the different gods that they worship. All was an influence from how they have adapted to […] More

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    What Were the Causes of the American Civil War?

    The Civil War happened due to the many differences between the North and the South. For example economic, social, cultural and political differences. These all helped lead America to a Civil War. But to an extent, the most important cause was the fact there were many disagreements with states’ rights versus federal rights. It was […] More

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    Native American Medicine

    The medical cures and healing traditions used by the Native Americans are rather interesting and different compared to modern day Anglo Saxon cures. Native Americans, using their basis of ideas and beliefs, have developed a general idea of naturalistic cures and healing processes. Although the cures and healing processes are much different than Anglo Saxon […] More

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    African American civil

    Analyze the changes that occurred during the 1960s in the goals, strategies, and support of the movement for African American civil rights. Before the 1960’s, African American civil rights were severely encroached upon. All aspects of American life, from hospitals to schools to water fountains, were segregated,. Literacy tests, poll taxes, the grandfather clause, and […] More

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    Ap Us History American Colonies

    Hello and welcome to the exciting world that is Advanced Placement United States History. You are now a member of an elite group: students who dare to take on an exceptionally challenging course. The risks are great, but then so are the potential gains. We will take on this challenge together and when you are […] More

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    Who and what is an American?

    American culture is a mixture of cultural diversity and a shared common identity which leads many to wonder what aspect should be of main focus, or at what cost does our cultural differences have to be sacrificed in order to establish a common identity. Many people dream about being an American because they envision America […] More

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    How Revolutionary Was the American Revolution?

    How revolutionary was the American Revolution? The American Revolution impacted and changed our history. A few memorable events that took place during the American Revolution are The Boston Massacre, The Tax Act, and the Boston Tea Party. Due to the extreme changes in political, social, and economical areas, the American Revolution was mainly a radical […] More

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    10 American Inventions That Changed the World

    From the mundane to the truly spectacular, numerous American inventions have changed the world. Here is a countdown of ten things invented by Americans that have become part of our everyday lives here and across the world. 10. If you find buttons quite a fuss as you dress up for work, then you have to […] More

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