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Brown vs. Board of Ed -- Its Impact Today
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In this 7 page paper, the writer analyzes the impact of the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision of 1954. It is demonstrated that, although the Supreme Court had good intentions when deciding against segregation, the hidden racial agendas caused by this decision have had lasting effects. After over 40 years, the positive affects of the decision are questioned. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Brownsville, Brooklyn
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A 4 page book review that argues that Wendell Pritchett's goal in his text Brownsville, Brooklyn: Blacks, Jews and the Changing Face of the Ghetto-- a community study of a section of Brooklyn, New York known as Brownsville --is to provide a complete sociological profile of this neighborhood. Pritchett begins in the late nineteenth century and carries the history of the neighborhood forward to the present, addressing significant events. The principal point of Pritchett's analysis is found in the relationship, over time, between the faculties of human agency and bureaucratic public policymaking, as the residents of Brownsville's ever-changing populace endeavored to construct a sustainable community in the face of governmental ineptitude and misconceived urban policies. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Bruce Borland's America Through the Eyes of its People
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5 pages. During the 1865 to 1929 timeframe many scholars believe the economic, political and social rights of all people improved in the United States of America. This paper will, through the use of Bruce Borland's text America Through the Eyes of its People, examine this hypothesis to determine whether certain sectors of society believe this to be true. Through references and examples this paper will consider the African Americans, Native Americans, children, women, and Immigrants of this period and whether or not they truly improved in all ways politically, socially and economically. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Bruce Levin/Reasons for the American Civil War
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A 3 page research paper that uses Levine's 1992 text as a guide in discussing the principal reason behind the American Civil War. Levine demonstrates that given the inconsistencies between the regions in the antebellum North and South, war was inevitable and the slavery question could not have been decided any other way. Levine's scholarship demonstrates how the 1861 conflict evolved out of tensions that were left unresolved by the American Revolution. No additional sources cited.
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Buffalo Soldiers
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A 3 page paper which discusses Buffalo soldiers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Business and Economy in Oman
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A 10 page paper discussing the economy-building activities of one of the Gulf states. The Sultanate of Oman is a small country nearly equating in land mass to the US state of Kansas, bordering Saudi Arabia on the East. Sultan Qaboos bin Said determined shortly after coming to power in 1970 that Oman's best interests were not served by being fully dependent on oil for its national income. The Sultan stresses private sector development and self-reliance, encouraging the people to be self-sufficient so that the nation can be as well. The nation is fully open to foreign investment, development of local non-oil industry and privatization of public holdings. Noted for its traditions of fairness and political stability, Oman provides conditions favorable for both international and domestic economic development. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: KSoman.doc


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