Lincoln And Sumner: Equality

5 pages in length. Historical documentation has poised Abraham Lincoln as one of the greatest civil liberators of America's heritage, a legacy of equality the nation's sixteenth president left his countrymen that ultimately included those with darker skin. William Graham Sumner left a legacy as well in relation to equality after he closely scrutinized the existence of and impact from America's clearly defined separation of class, a reality he argues as being the forthright reason why there has never been - and will never be - the kind of equality that defines fairness. While both men approach the concept of equality with a common denominator of being able to forge one's own path through emancipation from oppressive restraints, each has quite a different perspective on what those restraints represent, where they originate and how they impact the true quest for equality. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The Life and Times of Napoleon Bonaparte

This 3 page paper provides an overview of Napoleon's life and accomplishments. His role in France, and his legacy, are each explored. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Importance of the Leveller Movement in 17th Century England

A 12 page paper which traces the history and ideology of the Levellers and their contribution to the English Civil War and Oliver Cromwell’s republican regime, and looks at the legacy of Leveller philosophy and ideals in modern democracies. Bibliography lists 7 sources

Liberty from 1776 to 2000

This 11 page paper looks at the way in which Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine viewed the concept of liberty. Liberty as it exists today is looked at and the legacy of the two great men are incorporated in the overall analysis. The Declaration of Independence is quoted. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

“Hiroshima in America” by Lifton and Mitchell

A 5 page paper which examines the book “Hiroshima in America” by Lifton and Mitchell as it concerns the legacy of the nuclear bomb. No additional sources cited.

President Kennedy's Civil Rights Legacy Analyzed

A 5 page paper which questions whether President John F. Kennedy actually left behind a legacy of civil rights, or if it was merely a facade created to perpetuate the slain leader's memory. Specifically considered are whether or not JFK actually achieved anything in civil rights, why or why not, and the motives behind his involvement in civil rights. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Women in the Workplace

A 5 page research paper exploring the effects of gender in job relationships from the 1800s to today. The writer addresses the legacies of gender stereotyping and inequality. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

The Kent States Massacre

This 7 page paper evaluates an article that compares Kent State with the Boston Massacre. Most of the paper examines the relevance of Kent State and its legacy. The events of May 4, 1970 are included in detail. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

"The Viking Art of War":

This 5 page paper presents a summary of each chapter of this book. These summaries highlight the important points of each chapter and thereby focus on the main theses of the book. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Legacy of Conquest/The American West

An 8 page book review on Patricia Limerick's history analysis, The Legacy of Conquest. In this book, Limerick presents a persuasive argument that disagrees with the popular conceptualization of the history of the American West. First of all, Limerick disagrees with the idea that 1890 constitutes a clear demarcation line between the nineteenth century frontier era and the modern age. She questions this "chronological line between the frontier and the modern West," as rather arbitrary and primarily motivated by the myth of the West, rather than its reality (Limerick 81). According to Limerick, popular American mythology clouds how both scholars and ordinary citizens perceive the topic of the nineteenth century frontier. No additional sources cited.

War, Social Upheaval, and the Legacies of Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt

An 11 page discussion of the many similarities which existed between Lincoln and Roosevelt in their handling of two of the most turbulent times in American history. The author asserts that while the presidencies of these two men were separated by some seventy years of history, Lincoln stood as an inspiration to Roosevelt. Many similarities are noted between the American Civil War and its aftermath and World War I and its aftermath. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

The Legacy of Slavery in America

This 5 page paper delves into the institution of slavery. Racism, poverty, marriage, and obesity in the African American community are some issues discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

The Presidency and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson

This 5 page paper examines the presidency of Thomas Jefferson including the unusual election. What did Jefferson contribute as president and as a Founder? Many pieces of information are included. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Bill of Rights & The Legacy Of Jeffersonian Democracy

A 20 page paper describing how the Bill of Rights as originally formulated in the 18th century continues to serve us today. It discusses why Jefferson, more than many of the other Founding Fathers, felt vehemently that the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution; the paper then looks at the ten amendments individually to show how their early conception has been reinterpreted in the twentieth century as social attitudes change. Bibliography lists sixteen sources.

ENDURING FREEDOM’S ENDURING LEGACY

This 5 page paper discusses the difficulties which have come as a result of America's continued war on terrorism. Difficulties with security, economy, foreign relations and social ramifications are exampled and explored. Bibliography lists 9 sources.