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“France and Vietnam”
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A paper which looks at the reasons behind the USA’s support of the French in Vietnam in the 1940s, and the rejection of other alternatives regarding the political future of the country. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: JLvietfrance.wps

“George Washington and the American Military Tradition”
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A 5 page review of Don Higginbotham’s “George Washington and the American Military Tradition.” Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.
Filename: RAgeow.rtf

“Hiroshima in America” by Lifton and Mitchell
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A 5 page paper which examines the book “Hiroshima in America” by Lifton and Mitchell as it concerns the legacy of the nuclear bomb. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAhiro.rtf

“Hiroshima”: A Review of the Historical Documentary by John Hersey
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A 3 page review of the tragic consequences of the U.S. dropping of the A-Bomb on Hiroshima Japan as suffered by six specific survivors. First published in 1946, this book was updated some forty years later to include a chapter updating how the lives of six of the individuals the author spotlighted in his original pages had played out over the subsequent years. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPhirosh.rtf

“History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past” by G.B. Nash, C. Crabtree and R.E. Dunn
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the book “History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past” (1997). The publication of “History on Trial: Culture Wars and the Teaching of the Past” which describes the heated controversy surrounding the formation of the National History Standards in the mid-1990s, has in itself several controversial issues which makes it a useful tool in discussion forums in the social sciences. The authors of the text, Gary B. Nash, Charlotte Crabtree and Ross E. Dunn were involved in the selection of the committee working on the standards and have provided a background look at the events which took place during the development of the standards. Different issues discussed were the fact that while several historians approved of the constant updating and reinterpretation of historical events in the past and the inclusion of addition of multicultural issues while others believe that history as it has traditionally been taught should not be altered to any extent. The authors provide criticism of their own critics but their close proximity to the situation also provides additional limitations to the work which is provided to the reader as highly subjective in its context. Overall however, it is in a sense a historical document in its own right which like any other event from history is open for discussion or controversy and widely resembles many of the points outlined by the authors. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJGNash1.rtf


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