1.11759 How did the American Revolution contribute to the outbreak of the French revolution?
This junior level paper is on "how did the American Revolution contribute to the outbreak of the French revolution?" It includes that what independent factors propelled the French to the revolution? 5 pgs, bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Filename: 11759 American French Revolution.doc
2.6968 George Hewes and the American Revolution.
This three-page undergraduate paper discusses "The Shoemaker and the Tea Party", analyzes George Hewes's experiences in the American Revolution, and examines what actually changed in his life as a result of it in terms of government, the economy, society, culture, and the impact of a bigger world. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Filename: 6968 George Hewes Revolution.doc
3.5012 Fragmentation and Self-Interest: Canadian "Neutrality" During the American Revolution.
The answer to this question varies from region to region. However, in general it may be argued that the Canadian colonies of Great Britain did not join the American colonies in Revolution because of mixture of fragmented discontent and self-interest. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Filename: 5012 Canadian Neutrality Revolution.doc
4.5363 A Brief analysis of the Declaration of Independence.
This paper will explain the basic ideas contained in the Declaration of Independence, the impact of the Declaration upon the American War of Independence and the reasons for the appeal of the Declaration as a "radical document". These themes will be discussed and analyzed to better understand the premise of the Declaration of Independence and to see why and how it worked within the times it was written in. 3 pgs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
5.4813 The Quakers Impact on the American Revolution.
This paper will illustrate and define the plight of the Quakers and their impact on the American Revolution. Through documented research, this paper will also examine the history and existence of the Quakers during this revolutionary period. 6 pgs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Bibliography: 6 source(s) listed
Filename: 4813 Quakers American Revolution.doc
6.4814 Suffer the survivors: Robert Frost's New England.
This essay analyses three poems by Robert Frost, all of which portray themes of death, and loss, in the contexts of the survivors. Frost reveals a life that is dominated by hard labor and isolation, and the poems each provide a different context for thinking about what it means to survive the death of others. This paper considers the themes of death in relation to Frost's use of language as a way to evaluate the poetry. Frost's unique use of language provides deeply complex insights into the struggle between life and death, indicating that for many it is the struggle to survive life that is so grievous. 11 pgs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 4814 Robert Frost Survivors.doc
7.10063 States' Arguments Against A Central Government.
This four-page undergraduate paper discusses the opposition American leaders had to encounter after the Revolution when they decided to form a central government. The states feared that such a government would suppress them and would interfere with their internal affairs. Heated debates and uprisings characterize the period that started with the framing of Articles in 1777 and ended with the final adoption of the United States constitution in 1787. 4 pgs. Bibliography lists 6 sources.