You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

13 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Eisenhower's Modern Republicanism
    1,861 words
    The 1950's 1 Running Head: THE POLITICAL CLIMATE OF THE 1950 The Political Climate of the 1950's Natasha C. Stewart History 145 Robin Greenberg M.A. April 11, 2005 The 1950's 2 With the dropping of the Atomic bomb that ended WWII and the beginning of the Cold War, there was an irony of stability and turmoil in the United States. The start of the 1950's brought about many changes, from the Red Scare and threat of the possible spread of communism in America, to changes in political movements, civi...
  • Types Of Iguanas And Types Of Environments
    343 words
    This report is on how the environment affects iguanas and their color. I will also include types of iguanas and types of environments. There are several types of iguanas; such as the marine iguana, green iguana and rhinoceros iguana; but I am mostly focusing on green iguanas. ' One consideration of an iguanas color is diet. The iguana should get a daily salad of lettuce, chard, and parsley, carrot, sweet potato, cucumbers, grapes, melon, peppers, and rose petals. Its diet should also consist of ...
  • Kerry's Plan
    1,128 words
    Massachusetts Senator John Kerry was the second Democrat to enter the race, announcing on December 1, 2002. Going into 2004, he was not considered a front-runner but came back to win the Iowa caucuses and almost every primary and caucus afterward, gathering enough delegates to be the Democratic nominee. His history includes a bachelor's degree from Yale University in 1966 and a law degree from Boston College in 1976. His military service includes the Navy from 1966 to 1970 and the Naval Reserves...
  • America's Policy Towards War
    878 words
    Until the end of the twentieth century America's policy towards war was to stay neutral. We stayed out of other governments battles and we avoided war. The United States did not force our ideals on any foreign governments. The US did not want to be the bully who forces countries into having freedom and independence. This noninterventionist America, devoted to solving its own problems and developing its own civilization, became the wonder of the world. People were compelled to come to this wonder...
  • Needs Feeling Of Independence
    388 words
    Is it right for America to treat the disabled the way they do America ignores the need to modernize public facilities for the disabled. However, the government provides for these facilities. Supporting the disadvantaged is something that may not be to the financial advantage of our government. Thus, America tends to treat disabled unfairly. Society has misconceptions about the disabled. There are those who assume that since I can t see, I obviously also cannot hear. Very often people will conver...
  • More Comfortable Fashion
    669 words
    1910's North America in the 1910's was a turning point in history. Historic events include the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912 when more than 1500 people lost their lives. The first moving assembly line began in 1914 and in 1915, the one millionth Model T ($345) rolled off the assembly line. Other news events included the initiation of the The National Park Service and Prohibition (1919). Jim Thorpe, an American Indian, won gold medals at the Olympics (although his medals were later tak...
  • Next Century For America
    392 words
    VOICE OF DEMOCRACY AMERICAS ROLE FOR THE NEXT CENTURY Americas role for the next century will be to stay economically stable. That will be no problem unless something disastrous will happen like another Stock Market crash or Nuclear Holocaust. America in the future also needs to increase peace to every nation in the world. America needs to get rid of all poverty and increase education. To stay economically stable, America needs to keep trade relations and keep wars out of our future. We need to ...
  • The Majority Of America Feeling The Need
    550 words
    Dear Mr. President, As a proud American and veteran of our great armed forces, I strongly advocate that you initiate a new policy regarding the maintenance and strategic welfare of our nations forces. The current conditions of our military are not in sync with the needs of the 21st century challenges and objectives. There is numerous issues that need to be addressed such as: new weapon development, increase in pay, consolidation of various programs, review of oversea deployment policy and so for...
  • New Foreign Policy
    1,110 words
    During the 1880's and 1890's America underwent a dramatic change in foreign policy. Except for a brief interlude with Manifest Destiny in the 1840's, the country had been in a state of isolationism from the inception of independent government. Near the turn of the century, this policy changed to one of competitive interest in and foreign ex-change with other countries. Industrial and mercantile expansion required new markets; the editorials and stories of the so-called yellow press sparked the i...
  • Deforestation In America
    2,514 words
    Where Have All the Forests Gone What is happening to the Earth Our home is becoming a barren mass of sorrow. Most people in America are blind to what is going on. Could it be that every individual is just turning a cheek the other way. America is faced with an extremely serious problem, and if it is not acted upon there will be nothing left on Earth. Hopefully it will still be able to thrive after the numerous accounts of human destruction. Deforestation in America is a huge problem with devasta...
  • America's Teens
    1,017 words
    Unfortunately, we are all too familiar with the massacre that took place in Littleton, Colorado on April 20th, 1999. That was the day that two teenage boys, armed with multiple firearms and pipe bombs, took on Columbine High School. By the end of the day, 13 people the two killers included were dead, and 23 others injured. Tragedies like these have seemed to become more frequent this past decade, yet every time it happens, the nation again finds itself asking Why. Fingers are pointed in every di...
  • America's Involvement In The War
    1,012 words
    While the war in Europe and the Japanese battle raged on, the United States faced a difficult decision. Should they engage in war or maintain their level of neutrality? Franklin Delano Roosevelt knew that America's involvement in the war stood as an inevitability, however; despite the president's mentality, most Americans felt neutrality stood as the only way to handle the growing conflict afar. On October 5, 1937, President Roosevelt delivered his Quarantine the Aggressors Speech in which he de...
  • Non Western Countries
    870 words
    America's Involement In Foreign Affairs Essay, ResearchAmerica's Involement In Foreign Affairs America's Involvement in Foreign Affairs The United States of America is increasingly becoming the "police' of world affairs. Countries now think that if they do something reckless or irresponsible and get themselves into trouble, then America will just bail them out. Although this is not a good way of thinking, most countries are justified in their portrayal of America as the police because of the Uni...

13 results found, view free essays on page: