• Boston Massacre British Soldiers
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    The Boston Massacre is considered by many historians to be the first battle of the Revolutionary War. The fatal incident happened on March 5 of 1770. The massacre resulted in the death of five colonists. British troops in the Massachusetts Bay Colony were there to stop demonstrations against the Townshend Acts and keep order, but instead they provoked outrage. The British soldiers and citizens brawled in streets and fought in bars. The citizens viewed the British soldiers as potential oppressors...
  • Police Brutality Excessive Force
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    Police Brutality James RegasDecember 15, 1996 Outline Thesis: But, because some officers use these extreme measures when it is not needed, police brutality should be addressed. I. Police BrutalityA. Racism as a cause II. Police Brutality is not a problemA. Quotes from authorities. Statistics of Declining Brutality III. Stopping Police BrutalityA. Police Stopping themselves. Public Stopping Police IV. Conclusion A. Reword Thesis Police work is dangerous. Sometimes police put in situations that ...
  • Richard M Nixon And The Watergate Scandal
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    Anne Marie Glock Mrs. Bailey English 11 21 April 2003 Richard M. Nixon and the Watergate Scandal Richard Nixon was the thirty-seventh president of the United States. He was very deceitful (The American President). Nixon told men to break into the Watergate Hotel, he had phone lines bugged, and he taped many White House conversations. Richard Nixon was elected to the House of Representatives in 1947. In 1952 he became a member of the United States Senate and was running for Vice President with E...
  • Watergate Scandal United States
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    The Watergate Scandal Jeremy Madsen American Perspectives Research Paper On June 17 th 1972 five men were arrested after breaking into the offices of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate complex These five men were eventually linked to many high-ranking White House officials, members of the Committee to Re-elect the President and even to President Richard M. Nixon himself. To this day it has not been determined what these five men were doing in this office however the investigation...
  • Windsailing Gear Play Men Technology
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    The Fire On The Snow Why Was It Such A Success As A Radio Play? The fire on the snow set in the depths of Antarctica where five men were to defeat history in a race to the pole. This radio play is one of the finest radio plays ever made in Australia and has the history written down everywhere in it. The play was about carving the way into to history by exploring Antarctica like men explored the sea in the 18 th century. I believe that this radio play had such success due to the fact that five me...