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Chicago, 1968 - The Whole World Was Watching
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A 5 page paper that examines the events that occurred in Chicago in 1968 with emphasis on the 1968 Democratic National Convention held in that city in August of 1968. Included in the paper are the issues that were prevalent at the time - the Vietnam War, the black civil rights movement, the women's rights movement, the rights of college students, labor union issues, and poverty issues - and the influential part that television coverage played in inflaming these issues. Also covered are the 1968 Summer Olympic games and the manner in which they were affected by the national violence and unrest. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: LCChicgo.doc

Donald F. Crosby/'God, church, and flag'
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A 5 page analysis of Dondald F. Crosby's book, 'God, church, and flag,' which details the relationship between the 1950s 'witch hunt' senator, Joseph McCarthy and the Catholic Church. The writer argues that the church withdrew its support of McCarthy early on because it recognized the inherent threat that this sort of hatred held for democratic liberties. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 99godetc.wps

Political Reforms of the 1930's
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A 5 page discussion of the Bolshevik Revolution, F.D.R.'s New Deal, and Mussolini's Facsism-- as they were significant political reforms during the 1930's, each with their own inherently positive and negative aspects/outcomes. No bibliography.
Filename: 1930refo.rtf

Nixon’s Failed Attempt at Protecting the O Nixon's Failed Attempt at Protecting the Office of President
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In his Second Watergate Speech of August 13, 1973, President Richard M. Nixon tries to defend his culpability in the Republican Party actions discovered at the Watergate hotel and resultant impending impeachment by way of arguing for protection of the Office of the President by preventing certain aspects of the investigation through use of his power as president of the United States. This argument fails by virtue of the fact that, being under investigation for illegal acts, he is not in a position of protecting that office and his speech does not succeed in regaining that authority, making it a non-viable defense for his personal involvement in the Watergate activity. 2 works cited. jvNixonm.rtf
Filename: jvNixonm.rtf


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