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Use of Propaganda in the American Revolution
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A 10 page research paper that examines how propaganda played an instrumental role in both in instigating the American Revolution and in the way it was conducted. The writer specifically examines the ways in which propaganda was used in Canada and to convince Hessian mercenaries to defect. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Revoprop.wps

Women During The Revolution
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This 5 page paper outlines the society in which women lived during the time of the Revolutionary War in America. Dominant opinions about, standards of behavior, and expectations of American women of 18th century are presented. Bibliography included.
Filename: Wmrev.rtf

Aaron Burr as a Tragic Hero
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Aaron Burr is known notoriously throughout the pages of U.S. history as the failed vice-President who slayed Alexander Hamilton in a duel and then fled. But in this insightful 20 page paper, the writer argues quite strongly that Burr was not by any means a villain nor is he deserving of the scorn that his name has suffered for so long. The paper contains a detailed overview of Burr's political activity both before and after the Hamilton incident and discusses logical reasons for us to believe that he was a 'good' politician who was victimized by the propaganda of others. The number of strong arguments cited are too numerous to list in this abstract ! Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The Aaron Burr Conspiracy
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A 9 page overview of the Aaron Burr Conspiracy, an affair in which the ex-Vice President of the United States planned to invade Mexico and Louisiana and to establish a sovereign nation in what was at the time known as the Louisiana Purchase. Concludes that the conspiracy was not really viewed as such given the political environment of the time. What to some is a conspiracy, to others is a revolution. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Aburr.wps


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