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Papers On U.S. History (20th Century)
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A Decade of Dignity - Why Ronald Reagan Could Be Called America's Greatest President
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A 5-page paper that examines the many accomplishments and victories that mark the U.S. Presidency of Ronald Reagan and justify the statement that he was possibly the greatest president in the nation's history. Discussed is the economic prosperity spawned by a decade of "Reaganomics" as well as the key role President Reagan played in the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent freedom of the Soviet Union. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: LCDecade.doc

A Historiography and Evaluation of The Anti-War Movement During the Vietnam Era
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This 5 page paper evaluates literature related to Vietnam and the Antiwar movement. The thesis of this paper is that the media did oppose the war and support the movement for the most part. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: SA316Nam.rtf

A History of Submarines in World War II
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A 7 page review of the factors that interplayed in determining the utilization of submarines in World War II. The author notes the development of the submarine in the U.S. Civil War but contends that it was largely ignored by world powers until World War II. The Germans distinguished themselves from the U.S. and Britain by a heavy reliance on this technology. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PPsubmar.rtf

A Holocaust Museum
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A 5 page paper which discusses the emotional reactions to a Holocaust museum. In discussing this perspective that paper addresses the institutional vs. relational view point as it relates to this topic. No sources cited.
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A Loss of Culture / Japanese - Americans During WW II
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A 6 page examination of the true story documented in Monica Stone's "Nisei Daughter"-- the recounting of events that took place in a community of Japanese-Americans during and around the time of World War II. Specifically examined are the harsh ways that the Japanese people were treated and the socio-cultural problems they endured. Culture, power, and minority stereotypes are among the many issues explored (all Japanese were stereotyped as being "anti-American). Bibliography lists 3 additional sources used to support how the book itself illustrated such problems.
Filename: Nisei.wps


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