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Papers On U.S. History
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The Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions
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This 6 page paper discusses the subject of the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions and the their relationship to nullification. The time periods between the time the acts were passed through the Civil War are covered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Kyva.wps

The Language of Rights
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A 5 page essay on William Galston's 'Practical Philosophy and the Bill of Rights: Perspectives on Some Contemporary Issues,' from A Culture of Rights. The essay examines what Galston calls the 'language of rights' in a historical context, showing why our understanding of rights is still incomplete today. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: Langrite.wps

The Latin Lords / Media Destruction of Political Effort
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12 pages in length. An insightful look at how the media portrayed the Latin Lords -- a radical, socio-politically involved group (active during the 60's and 70's) that can be compared in many respects to the better-known Black Panthers. The author argues that the media over-exaggerated and made them out to be 'irresponsible hoods' -- so as to destroy public trust in the Lords and unfairly make them out to be a band of street "hoods" and not activists they actually were. Detail is given as to the sociological "bonding" experiences of Latin Lords. Bibliography lists approximately 20 sources.
Filename: Latinlor.wps

The Lenape Indians
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A 3 page report on the Lenni-Lenape Indians and their place in the Northeastern United State's colonial history. Issues concerning geography and territorial disputes are touched upon. No Bibliography.
Filename: Lenape.wps

The Lincoln Assassination / Booth Was Not Alone
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An 8 page research paper supporting the theory that John Wilkes Booth did not work alone when he assassinated President Lincoln. The writer connects Booth to a group of conspirators who planned to assassinate Lincoln, Secretary of State Seward, and even the Vice President. By developing this connection and relating these individuals to interactions with Jefferson Davis, the writer suggests that Booth did not mastermind the assassination plans. Instead, Davis and members of the Southern political climate planned and supported the conspiracy that Booth only enacted. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Lincoln.wps

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