General George S. Patton

A 5 page paper that discusses Patton’s leadership style. General George S. Patton, Jr. was loved, hated, respected, and feared. Some people even thought he was crazy because he believed in reincarnation. He always saw himself as a warrior. He could be dictatorial and autocratic one minute and then use a system of rewards and punishments the next day. His leadership style must be identified as situational. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Comparison of Presidential Leadership Styles

6 pages. While presidents may have technically the same type of job to do from one administration to the next, their leadership styles differ greatly. This paper focuses on the different leadership styles of Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Reagan, Clinton, and George W. Bush. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

The Leadership Styles Of Thomas Jefferson, Benito Mussolini & Frank Lloyd Wright

This 6 page paper examines the individual leadership styles of the democratic U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, the autocracy of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini and the laissez-faire style of American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Fidel Castro and Robert F. Kennedy

A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts the leadership styles of Fidel Castro and Robert F. Kennedy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Mexican Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries / Comparison of Styles and Trends

A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the basic trends in art in 19th and 20th century Mexico and considers the impact of the War of Independence on the emergence of the focus on regional art. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Russian Art - From Russian Realism and the Rebel Fourteen to the Post Severe Style Era

This 263 page paper examines the development of art in Russia starting from the 1860’s and the emergence of Russian realism, considering the emergence of the rebellion fourteen and the Peredvizniki, also known as the wanderers. The paper than tracks the development by looking at the development and evolution of Russian impressionism, social realism, socialist realism, Soviet realism, soviet impressionism and the severe style. In all styles the development, influence and manifestation of the style are discussed along with the work of specific artists that produced notable works. Illustrations of the notable works are included. The bibliography cites 69 sources.

Native American Dress (With An Emphasis on Festive and Ceremonial Dress)

A 9 page overview of Native American clothing styles. Emphasizes festive and ceremonial dress. stresses that the term Native American is very widespread in terms of the cultural and thus artistic diversity it encompasses and that art and dress styles vary not only with culture but with the particular time period which is being discussed. Bibliography lists 18 sources.

French Provincial Furniture

5 pages in length. French Provincial furniture originated during the time of Louis XIV. Up until this period, provincial furniture pieces were few and far between; if they did exist, they were constructed very simply. Furniture production of this countrified style began to increase once France established peace throughout the land, with the first of this manufactured furniture borrowing significantly from both Italian ornamentation and Parisian style: precious stones, ivory, mother of pearl or carving. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Robert McNamara/An Ethical Analysis

An 8 page research paper that analyzes the remarks of Robert McNamara from an ethical perspective. The writer argues that the explanation for how leadership can go "terribly wrong" may be located not in errors in military tactics but rather in the ethical foundations that rationalize those tactics. This examination of leadership ethics draws on McNamara's observations in the documentary "The Fog of War," and discusses the morality of the Japanese firebombing during WWII, Vietnam and democratic imperialism. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Leadership: A Comparison of Notorious Leaders

This 10 page paper examines five leaders of the twentieth century: Adolf Hitler, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Mahatma Gandhi and Chiang Kai-Shek. Leadership is examined in general. Ethics play a role in the analysis. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Did The American Revolution Help Spur The French Revolution ?

A 14 page comparison & contrast research paper citing the causes, actions, and results of each of these historic revolutions. The writer concludes that each war was fought for obviously different reasons and in markedly different ways. Nevertheless, the American Revolution did have some influence upon the French Revolution even though the latter would have occurred eventually anyway. Bibliography lists approximately 10 sources.

Hayden White's "The Content Of The Form; Narrative Discourse And Historical Representation" And Thomas Kuhn's "Structure Of Scientific Revolution" - Approach Comparison

5 pages in length. The writer compares approaches between the two authors by illustrating that when discussing the significance of this comparison, what it teaches, why anyone should care about it and what it tells about history, it is important to expound upon 1) the important role history plays in mankind's overall understanding of himself and how that understanding is sometimes based upon more of personal perception than accounts of reality and 2) how science has served to virtually reconstruct man's existence in every way. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Joseph Stalin / An Evaluation Of His Military Prowess

A 7 page paper on the leadership talents and military campaigns of Joseph Stalin. The writer focuses upon Stalin's activities just prior to and during World War II-- particularly the Red Army's conquests in the Far East and elsewhere. It is argued that Stalin should be commended for playing such a significant role in ultimately defeating the Germans. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The French Revolution of 1848

20 pages in length. An in-depth sociopolitical analysis of the causal factors behind the (second) French Revolution of 1848. Some comparisons are made between this incident and the (first) Revolution of 1789. Many scholarly `opinions are incorporated. Bibliography lists 15+ sources.

Comparing Four “Hot” New Management Books

This 5 page report discusses -- Speed is Life (Davis), Evolve (Kanter), Built to Last (Collins and Porras), and Winning the Talent Wars (Tulgan) -- are examples of how different issues in the work world have created separate and unique problems, concerns, and solutions. It can be argued that such books cannot necessarily be compared with one another (apples and oranges) since each offers a different perspective on a different topic. However, certain comparisons are valuable since they allow for the reader to determine which may be the most useful. Bibliography lists 4 sources.