U.S. History 2: Women’s suffrage- College Paper

U.S. History 2: Women’s suffrage- College Paper.

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U.S. History 2: Women’s suffrage- College Paper

The acknowledged view of women in civilization was to stay at home, clean house, raise children , and to help with the family run farm. This view begun to change around the late Ninth century and during the industrialization of our country. Male oppression kept women at home but in the early Ninth century, legislatures and department head began enlarging favorable circumstances of women in education. Furthermore, there were omissions and . . . .”

“. . . .jobs and for a time ceased fighting for suffrage and then started helping black slaves get their freedom. The anti-slavery movement, and the 15 Th amendment, accelerate women further down the road leading to suffrage. However, it took another three amendments and ninety solid years of unyielding battling for women to obtain the 19th amendment. The philosophy of men . . .”

At the Seneca Falls Convention, in 1848, which stated the injustices suffered by women. These discrimination included the dismissal of the right to vote, the fact that a married woman gave charge of her possessions to her husband, the exclusion of women from the professions, and completely made it legal for control of women, by men. It took an worldwide . . . .”

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New Left During the 1960s- Term Paper

Bill Monnoah, had told me old stories of him-self and his Vietnam buddies back in late 1989, and early 1990, which was his collection of many detailed accounts of the war. You don’t have to glance deep into his soul or anywhere else to figure out why. You see, between 1963 and 1973, my new friend Bill, had served 8 out of 10 years in that Hell! Now, after nearly twenty-six years, Bill Monnoah had begun to have nightmares of his disturbed operations he had been through in Vietnam. He was shot and stabbed with a bayonet, had rockets fired at him, and he himself, shoot and killed several Vietnamese solders and civilians. If you can imagine, snakes,rats, and panthers biting him, yet he refused to take drugs for the pain. Bill was vary obedient to his commanding officers as they trained this boy of 18 years . . .”

Along with Bill’s stories of his time in the Vietnam war, was his tales of “The New Left of the 1960s and early 1970s is still widely remembered with nostalgia by some”(Gann & Duignan)  Still largely recalled by some people mainly by the attendanting youth of that time, which made a enlightened influence in United States of America.  As my friend Bill remembered, being one himself for a time before he went to fight in the war, also had strong ambitions in what was at that time, a differant world.  College students being advocates, mainly for the average class of people and well educated preferred to start a new vision for their country . . .”

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U.S. History, World War I. Internment of Japanese Americans

U.S. History, World War I. Internment of Japanese Americans.

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U.S. History, World War I. Internment of Japanese Americans

American Governmental officials put demands on President Roosevelt to take civil action toward Japanese descents residing in America. Then a short time later, “President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066,”(1) and sent almost 125,000 Japanese people in to jail like facilities. These camps consisted of unfavorable construction with enclosures that were made with barbed wire, and enfoced by mobilized security units. Later, a large mass of Japanese which were actually U.S.resident were rounded up and moved ultimately to the camps and half of those were children. The government officials condoned their operation by claiming there was a liability for those of Japanese lineage spying for their country. Likewise, within the whole ordeal only a total of ten people were imprisoned for spying for the Empire of Japan and all of them were white people . . .”

“. . .flawed medical care and the additional level of stress on their emotions that they encountered. Then in 1943, some of the prisoners that rejected to take an pledge of faithfulness to the U.S. were sent to the Rocky Mountains site, in California. Likewise, due to intolerance and inequity that played a important role in the captivities, such as jealousy as several Californians were jealous of the financial success of the Japanese people living in America. Also, there arose a great anti-Japanese sense in the U.S., much in the same fashion that many people of that time . . .”

“. . .Jewish people, mainly because of their financial success. The fact that the confinement camps did take place here in America is something to never forget since what took place once could very well happen again, maybe sooner than we think. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it . . .”

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U.S. History 2. Clinton Impeachment Hearings in 1998: College Term Paper

U.S. History 2. Clinton Impeachment Hearings in 1998: College Term Paper.

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U.S. History 2. Clinton Impeachment Hearings in 1998: College Term Paper

The American government controls endless events in the globe. They control everything from our money to the judicial court systems. The U.S.citizens are suppose to be able to trust our political system, which has not been the case in various different situation,.from Richard Nixon to the President Bill Clinton disgrace, the government has been everything but straightforward. Bill Clinton was not completely honest either when he was elected the youngest governor of Arkansas, and has been granted with many different honors and still misused his power. William Clinton should have been impeached because of these perpetual acts of corruption. Mr.Clinton has express remorse several times for an array of events that he had perpetrated. Douglas Linder writes “Despite its predictable outcome, the impeachment trial of President Clinton is well worth studying…the failure . . .”

In 1992, when Bill Clinton ran in the Presidential race for the democratic party his vision for the nation were to create jobs, lower taxes for the poor and middle class, and help national health care. Although a great number of people asked him about an incident when he “avoid the Vietnam Draft,”(Dennison) and then tried to cover it up. He later won over Republican George Bush and Independent party candidate Ross Perot in the election. President Clinton would be reelected again in 1996, and he would have various problems while in his last . . .”

Paula Jones came out with a recorded $800,000 settlement.(Froomkin) At the time no one knew about the alleged incident between Monica Lewinsky and President Clinton, it wasn’t until after he stopped seeing her and took action. Mr.Clinton, just as in the Paula Jones case, declined all the allegation. However, the American public begun to get skeptical about not one, but now two complaints against the President. Meanwhile, Monica Lewinsky was putting . . .”

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