American History

Anne Hutchinson was born in Great Britain in 1591. She was considered to be one of the best educated women of the seventieth century.  Anne’s family lived in London, where she became the wife of William Hutchinson, a follower of…

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Anthropology

Question 1 Anthropology employs various techniques in the study of human development, including the collection and analysis of different artifacts, ecofacts, and features produced by humans throughout history. First, it is important to identify their age, which is distinguished through…

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Behavior of American Soldiers in the World War II

Automaticity and leadership are important concepts that help understand cognitive readiness, which is expected in the military context. In the process of military training, cognitive readiness that results from effective leadership and a demonstration of automaticity is given much attention.…

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China and Japan

Today China is outpacing the neighboring Japan both economically and militarily; however, it has not always been this way. A century ago, Japan was stronger than China and used its muscle to humiliate the country whenever it deemed it necessary.…

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The Reasons behind the Civil War

Question: How and why had the United States moved to the brink of a Civil War between 1858 and 1861? Was the Civil War inevitable? The analysis of historical events in the United States between 1858 and 1861 indicates that…

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Western Opinion on China During the Eighteenth Century

For much of its long history, China has reigned supreme in East Asia. The main threats to China were merely internal disputes that periodically split the country into several parts. In different historical periods, the territory of modern China was…

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