8 pages in length. The writer discusses 8 separate points pertaining to Galileo's scientific contributions, including his trial, his views on religion and science, as well as the impact of the Scientific Revolution. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Scientific Revolution

During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, in Europe, people began to see and understand the world in an entirely new way. The Scientific Revolution brought about the transformation of thought concerning the nature of the world and man's place within that world. This 11 page paper examines the roots of the scientific revolution and profiles four influential men: Galileo, Copernicus, Newton and Descartes. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Galileo's Impact On The Scientific Revolution

4 pages in length. Galileo's misfortune of trial and condemnation transformed into the world's bequest when the Italian astronomer and mathematician's forthrightness set the stage for the Scientific Revolution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Relation Between Religion And Science In The Scientific Revolution

5 pages in length. The writer discusses how Copernicus and Galileo were condemned for asserting that anything could carry more weight than religious thought. That religion and science were at significant odds is certainly an understatement; it was only a matter of time before Copernicus' 1543 publication of On the Revolution of the Heavenly Orbs was stricken from public consumption due to society's fear and ignorance. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Scientific Revolution

A 4 page discussion of the scientific revolution. Notes that this revolution was indeed a radical departure from the tried and true norms of the period. People simply began to regard the sciences differently. Not only was science the key to the answers, it was the key to happiness. If man could control the material world he could use it to satisfy his own desires and to satisfy and ensure the happiness of the generations which would follow. While great minds like Copernicus and Galileo were trying to make leaps forward, however, the Church was taking measures to keep society constrained to the mindsets that had been in place for generations. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


This 4-page paper is a model of a speech given before a graduating class at Fort Gordon, the home of the U.S. Army Signal Corps.

Kennewick Model For Reading Growth

A 5 page paper that describes the reforms in the Kennewick school district. The paper focuses on Washington Elementary school, the boards’ and superintendent’s roles in the change, and outcomes. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Fidel Castro

A 5 page research paper that offers a biography of the Cuban leader, focusing on the psychological aspects of his upbringing and how they influenced him. The writer utilizes the developmental model formulated by Erik Erikson. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Cold War and its Failure to Escalate to a Hot War

It has been argued that one of the most important aspects of examining the Cold War, is not to examine why and how it escalated, but to examine why did not escalate into a "hot war". This 8 page paper looks at the Cold War and how it progressed; applying a conflict escalation model to identify the way the conflict escalated, and discusses why it did not end in outright war. The bibliography cites 9 sources.

Why Did Many Enlightenment Thinkers Look To England As A Model Government?

This 3 page paper uses Voltaire's Letters on the English or Lettres Philosophiques to consider why England was seen as a good model of government by many thinkers, especially French philosophers of this time. The bibliography cites 2 sources.

Military Supply Chain Management

A 4 page paper discussing general supply chain needs for the U.S. Army. Though the principles of supply chain management are the same for both corporate and military models, there are significant differences that directly affect supply chain management. Military supply chain management requires the addition of these other needs and influencers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

American Urbanism

This 8 page paper provides an overview of urbanism in America. The rise of American cities is the focus of this paper that looks at the industrial revolution as well as what occurred previous to that. The modern American city is a part of the paper as well and model cities are evaluated. Urban planning is also included. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Power and Politic Analysis of an Organization

This 10 page paper looks at the manifestation and use of power in a workplace. The paper looks at French and Raven’s taxonomy of power and Hickson et al’s strategic contingency model of power. These are discussed and a real life example is used to illustrate the theories. The example, used in Aim Management Inc. The bibliography cites 9 sources.

Latin American Revolutions and Marxist Thought

This 6 page paper discusses the typical Marxist model of revolution, and argues that Latin American revolutions do not usually fit into this structure though they are related. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Great Convergence Model of History

This 3 page paper examines David Northrup’s article, and supports his idea of history as a divergence/convergence model. Bibliography lists 2 sources.