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Thomas Paine's "Common Sense" / Mother - Child Imagery
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A 6 page analysis of Paine's use of imagery to argue against the mother-child argument of his opponents. The writer aruges that the imagery employed was a powerful tool for Paine and effectively made the argument that Americans were not children of the parent country, that the parent was corrupt, that the images further flowed into the image of Americans as adults, and then to images of Americans as parents of their own country. No additional sources cited.
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Three Stages of Assimilation Among Irish Immigrants to America
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A 12 page paper discussing just how 'American' the Irish are. Throngs—literally millions—of Irish immigrants poured into America in the mid-1800s and again toward the end of that century in response both to rumors of America as the land of opportunity at a time when their own country not only was in economic ruin but also could not support all of its people. There are those who maintain that the Irish were never fully assimilated into the American culture, but those making such claims often fail to take into account all applicable factors. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Today's Ku Klux Klan
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An 8 page discussion of Nancy MacLean's book entitled 'Behind the Mask of Chivalry: The Making of the Second Ku Klux Klan.' 5 sources are added to reinforce points made.
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Truman, Oppenheimer and Teller / The Bomb Debate
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A 10 page research paper exploring Truman's decision regarding the hydrogen bomb, the events leading up to its development, and the moral arguments between scientists Robert Oppenheimer (against) and Edward Teller (for). The writer argues that although Oppenheimer's argument should have won, it could not, given that science evolves from prior discovery and cannot be stopped. Even Oppenheimer was intrigued by Teller's creation, and scientists who were anti-nuclear activists continued to work in the field. Therefore, hope for a different outcome is a romantic view of reality. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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