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Richard Nixon & Watergate
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An 11 page paper on the known events of the Watergate scandal and the investigation that followed. Controversial issues concerning the Watergate tapes are discussed in great detail and the writer explains how socially devastating the incident was. This was the first time a U.S. president ever resigned but according to this paper, the ultimate effect of such was both a positive and educational one for the American public. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Watergat.doc

The Executive Decision to Pardon Richard Nixon
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A thorough, 9 page analysis of the executive decision to pardon Richard Nixon. It is argued that recent research has revealed that President Ford was prepared to pardon Nixon long before he was ever even indicted. A review of documented meetings, testimony, and more is presented to show that indeed Nixon only left office knowing full well that he would not be penalized for his crimes. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Watergate & G. Gordon Liddy
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A 6 page paper on G. Gordon Liddy's involvement with Watergate. The focus is that of defining what it was that Liddy was guilty of. He had powerful people put him in the position of power and the fact that they were equally responsible is illustrated. The general character of Liddy is also described. following the paper is a sources cited list that lists 6 sources.
Filename: Liddy.wps

Salvador Dali/ Discovery of America
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A 5 page analysis of Salvador Dali's painting 'The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus.' In this analysis, the writer argues that Dali's painting depicts the traditional view of Columbus, but that the symbolism that he employs also implies the impact that the coming of Europeans and European culture had on the New World and its native inhabitants. An original interpretation, no sources were cited.
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Auschwitz -- Human Strength in the Face of Insurmountable Odds
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7 pages in length. In WWII the tragedy that unfolded in regards to the Holocaust was horribly atrocious. Many died in unimaginable ways. The hideousness that the Germans demonstrated was beyond comprehension to the outside world. It was undoubtedly far worse for the victims within who witnessed the acts against humanity every day as they somehow survived the concentration camps. Some survived by aiding the Nazis, but most survived by luck or sheer force of will. While it cannot be assumed that there are no great emotional scars remaining for the survivors, some of whom have taken their own lives since, it is quite evident that the strength many of these survivors demonstrated was insurmountable in the face of devastating odds. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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