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Leading Up to the Roman Revolution
Prior to 133, Rome had expanded through various conquests. These conquests brought in additional lands, people, and the need for more soldiers. It was also during this time that the interest of the state was being usurped by self-interest within the oligarchy.
Lengths of Historical Papers
How long should an historical essay or research paper be? Is there a particular number of pages or words? Is there a magic number for a great paper? In a word, yes. In another word, no.
Lily Renee - A Book Review
Where can you learn history? There are museums, books, documentaries, and tourist sites. To many kids, this is so boring. They might choose the opera over it. Have you seen what comic/graphic books can do with teaching history? I had not until I read Trina Robbins’ Lily Renee, Escape Artist.
Lincoln Inc - A Book Review
Lincoln, Inc.: Selling the Sixteenth President in Contemporary America by Jackie Hogan dives deep into an aspect of Lincoln that we are submerged in yet have never noticed how far deep we are.
Mandate of the Palestinian Conflict
In carving out a home for the displaced Jews of the twentieth century, the United Nations sparked a feud that shows no decrease in hostilities. The claims stretched beyond religion and centered around a place they both call home, and were recognized as being a contention that would find no peace.
Manifest Destiny and It's Role in US LIfe
Manifest Destiny in essence was the destiny and calling of America to extend its borders and take up as much of the North American continent that it could.
Manufacturing Revolution - A Book Review
Too often we think that studying a moment in history is easy and very black and white. Events such as the American Revolution are more than just one side against another. There are many with various factors causing the altercation to actually be a quite complicated event.
Martha Washington's Childhood - First Lady Series
Most Americans know of Martha Washington as the first First Lady of America. What few know is of her childhood. It was her childhood that helped to mold her into the lady everyone has admired for all of American history.
Martha Washington's First Marriage
Martha Washington is known as the very First Lady of the United States and the wife of the famous President George Washington. Many people don't realize is that this regal woman was once married to another man and her only children came from that union. Martha Washington was once Martha Custis.
Martin Luther's Humanism Education
To understand Luther and the Protestant Reformation, one has to understand humanism. This Renaissance was a movement that would have man taking control of their own lives and souls: “man was now the creator of his own destiny.”
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