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GLOBAL WINE CRISIS WITH A GENIUS FIX
It has been a great year and so far all the holidays have been going by smoothly, except for one
factor. The corks on wine bottles have been getting tighter and
Outline #7: Historical Theories/Viewpoints
Introduction: History can be viewed and explained from different viewpoints to
better understand the event and its significance. One such outlook is that mankind is
compelled by progress.
Outline #3: The French Revolution and Reign of Napoleon
Introduction: Rousseaus quote, Liberty is a succulent morsel, but one difficult to
digest greatly applies to the French Revolution and Reign of Napoleon: Liberty is
what people strived towards, an
Outline #4: Genocide
Introduction: Throughout recent history, genocide has arisen. The basis of genocide
is ethnic cleansing. There are similarities between them, but each is also unique.
A. Dehumanization of target group to ease the
Outline #2: The Russian Revolution: What if?
Introduction: Had Bolsheviks been defeated in 1917, , and provision govt taken a
strong stance shifting Russia towards democracy in 1917 rather than 1991, recent 2
centuries would most likely have been signi
Outline #5: Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism
Introduction: Throughout history, many different ideas about the role of government
in society and economics have arisen in an effort to solve socio-economic issues of
that time period; capitalism, socia
Outline #4: The Industrial Age
Introduction: Charles Dicken criticizes industrial cities during the Victorian era
through his description of the fictitious city Coketown within his novel Hard Times.
Similarities and differences can be drawn between Cok
Outline #2: The Enlightenment
Introduction: Much of the Enlightenments effects can be observed in political
expectations for individual liberty and self-government worldwide today.
A. Enlightenment: from late 17th century to 18th century, reforming ide
Outline #6: The Age of Imperialism
Introduction: During the age in which imperialist powers dominated, the countries
they colonized became victims of modern expansion.
Victims: one aim of colonization was modernizing the land: unnecessary hardships
Outline #1: The Roots of Democracy
Introduction: Modern democratic governments all include 4 key elements:
representative government, rule of law, use of reasoned debate, and the protection
of individual rights.
Representative Government: in modern
Outline #5: The Cold War and Today
The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours
is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants Omar Bradley
Introduction: Analyzing the Cold War and post-Cold War era around the worl
Outline #7: Position Essay
You only have power over people so long as you dont take everything away from
them. But, when youve robbed a man of everything hes no longer in your power
hes free again Aleksander Solzhenitsyn
Introduction: Men without hope
Outline #3: World War II
Introduction: Some people refer to WWII as the last good war. Though some of
the justifications for the actions of war seem logical, they do not outweigh the
atrocities and crimes of war: No war is ever a good war.
Outline #1: World War I and the Armenian Genocide
Introduction: WWI and the Armenian Genocide were driven by individuals
because their decisions were greatly influential.
WWI: the decisions made influenced countries to draw up allies, setting stage
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caravel was what?
They were the size of the largest
Junk ships and because of that they
could enter shallow waters around
the coast and explore upriver but
they were strong enough to weather
strong ocean storms
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Zheng He's primary
Although the Yi
rejected the Mongols,
ambition to find Narratives such as
easier routes to Marco Polo's cr