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The 19th century can be defined by crisis and expansion in the United States. In particular, the country faced the territorial expansion, industrial development, activism, and resistance. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to analyze the following issues and their impact on the American history. Territorial Expansion To begin with, the main influence on […]

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On October 27, 1958, a new baby was born to a wealthy merchant in New York. His name was Theodore Roosevelt. While still young, he had asthma, which made him weak. He was not able to spend most of his time outdoors, but this was soon to change. Despite all this, Roosevelt had a very […]

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The Alan Wood’s monograph, called The Origins of the Russian Revolution, begins with the justification of his research, which is rooted in argumentation of this event’s significance in terms of past and present ideology, politics, economy, and culture. Therefore, the author thinks that it is very important to examine the Revolution storyline from 1861 till […]

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Jefferson Davis was one of the most important military and political figures, the first and only president of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. When he took personal control of the military plans of the Confederacy, Davis was not able to win more populous and industrialized northern states of the Union. […]

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One may hardly recall the more successful uprising of the twentieth century other than the Mexican Revolution. The dramatic event resulted in the complete change of regime that determined the country’s future. Between the 1910s and 1920s, the social base and the goals of the four major Mexican revolutionary movements considerably differed, but many of […]

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Essay 1: The American City at the End of the XIXth – early XXth Century At the end of the XIXth and early XXth century, the American cities experienced the benefits and pitfalls of industrialization and capitalist growth. Despite the wellbeing of the capitalist class, there were social stratification and associated inequalities in America, which […]

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