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The Magna Carta Document
Many documents have been written that have changed the course of history. The Magna Carta was one that began weakening the influence of the monarch and became a precedent for future governments.

The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America
If you are looking for a good resource for the Jacksonian American period, you might want to check out Charles Sellers' book, The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846

The Mediterranean Triad
Food sources are vital to any civilization. It was the Mediterranean triad that helped Greece make its mark in the ancient world.

The Minoans
Where did the Greek civilization come from? The great civilization that gave us Aristotle and democracy had to come from somewhere. Where was the birthplace of Greece? We can look to the island of Crete and the Minoans for the beginnings of the great Greek civilization.

The Modern Middle East Book Review
Studying the Middle East is not always easy. James L. Gelvin’s The Modern Middle East is a must for history lovers

The Nazi Need for Race
The Nazi party had to make race an issue to give themselves the foundation they needed to succeed.

The Necessity of the Greek Dark Age
The Mycenaean civilization would not have brought about all that we obtained from Classical Greece despite their achievements. It was their achievements that were the very obstacles that needed to be removed for the rise of Archaic and Classic Greece to occur.

The Need for a Jewish Haven
Through primary sources beginning in the late 1800s, the desire and need of a safe Jewish haven was at the forefront of many displaced Jewish nations thoughts.

The Need for Europe to Colonize Africa
Christianity created missionaries who wanted to spread their religion in all areas that were considered heathen, or unconverted. Not only did Christian missionaries spread religion, but they also spread European influence.

The Need for Seclusion and Oneness
All too often a person, a community, or a culture wants to eat their cake and have it, too. They want to hold onto tradition while using the advances in technology while not giving up anything. In the end, it is discovered that it is an impossible dream.

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