The texts A Vindication On The Rights Of Women by Mary Wollstonecraft and Oroonko by Aphra
Behn both focus on a sense of injustice.
In A Vindication On The Rights Of Women, Wollstonecraft writes about how women are treated
unfairly and how theyre seen as
King Ashoka is one of many great rulers that the world has seen. He had the ultimate story as he
was a ruthless but virtuous king. Taking over his grandfathers empire and using it as a military
force to expand his rule, he realized that the violence of wa
For my assignment, I chose to do number 6: the foreign diplomat who is not a Roman citizen, and is
visiting Rome for the first time.
Rome is such a beautiful country, I am amazed at the people and their morality. The architecture is
simply amazing even th
Dr. Erica Johnson
14, June 2017
Chinas Impact on Japan and Korea
When we look back on the world, some countries histories are impacted by others. For
example, The United States of America wouldnt be the way it is today with
Dr. Nat Hardy
5 June 2017
Cultural Differences in The Peach Blossom Fan and Life is a Dream
There are many cultural differences reflected in plays based upon time period, location,
and even religion. The historical drama Th
Dr. Erica Johnson
2 July, 2017
State Vs. Religion
Religion and its inclusion or seclusion in matters dealing with the government has been a
major topic of discussion in countries. To lead or not to lead with the influence o
Prf. Matt Jennings
Historic Site Visit
November 28, 2016
Historic Site Visit
1. Which site did you visit? Or which object did you examine? I visited The Center for Civil
and Human Rights in Atlanta, Ga.
December 2, 2016
Mohandas Gandhis Influence on Martin Luther King Jr. and The Civil Rights Movement:
Gandhis philosophy directly influenced King, who first used the strategies of
nonviolence in the 1955 M
October 11, 2016
History Journal 1
How did the New Deal affect women, African Americans, and Native Americans?
Franklin D Roosevelts New Deal was a massive federal program designed to soften the
fashionable women went to hear great music, smoke in public, dress up , and to also
dance a variety of dances.
o From these dance, the term flapper emerged presumably from the flapping of the
clothing or of the body.
o Womens economic power also increased
1. What did the Homestead Act of 1862 do?
An act that allowed more Americans to become farmers by
migrating west ward and by buying land for cheap.
2. Essay: What problems did farmers face in the late 1800s?
They faces many problems mainly because of the
Partly due to the legacy of slavery and significantly due to the legacy of reconstruction,
the cultural contributions to America by those of African descent had been minimized or
ignored by those of primarily European descent
Beginning in the
April 6th is when the test is
April 13th is when the second article review Is due
History notes for test 3
o It did reduce the general consumption of alcohol nationwide and especially within the
interior of the U.S.
o Yet, the cures for the so
The trial evolved from being about the issue of freedom of speech to one about
creationism vs. evolution with the religious views of fundamentalism also in the debate.
o Fundamentalism is based on a set of fundamental beliefs that essentially state that t
America was responsible for 40% of the worlds economic production which is good for
America but if something happens to Americas economy it will have a disproportionate
and dangerous effect on the worlds economy
Legally, he had the authority to do this but his action made hoover look even more
heartless as the army was attacking its own veterans
1933 worst year
o This is the economic situation in America
o 9000 banks close
o 2.5 billion dollars lost due to banks
Explain why President William G. Harding is a good example of the contradictions
facing America in the 1920s.
a Administration had a lot of scandals
b Secretary of interior had responsibility of land and leased it for little money
In addition, some Americans feared that a catholic president would listen to the pope of Rome
rather than the American people as the pope would condemn a presidents soul to hell. The
reality is more complicated than this but many people were nonetheless s
Because the bans are losing so much money, they are unable to provide loans to Europe
and the crash eventually spreads over seas
Banks start to go under due to their lack of funds because of insolvent loans and
because of how much they hav