History

Responsible Reformers or Irresponsible Agitators

Introduction The studied material offers a detailed analysis of the events that took place in the early 19th century. From the presented discussions and images, the reader can identify the goals, achievements, and challenges of the abolitionists. Modern historians describe them as responsible reformers since they relied on logical explanations...

The Economic Dynamics of the 1930s in US

The Transformations of the 1930s From the stock market crash to the bombing of Pearl Harbor, through the Great Depression and years of ongoing positive changes, the 1930s in the U.S. transformed the country quickly. This decade is one of the most dynamic time periods of the twentieth century. President...

The Civil Rights Movement History

The Civil Rights Movement took place in the 1950s and was about the black community profusely fighting for their rights against segregation. Though they were finally free from slavery by the time the second world war began, The black African community did not fully enjoy equal rights with the white...

Could the Confederacy Have Won?

When it comes to the topic of the Civil War, one of the most common and controversial questions for discussion is whether the Confederacy had the opportunity to win. At first sight, it seems that the South had a variety of advantages. It was superior to the North in terms...

Use of Different Ideologies in Converting People

Christopher Columbus, William Rub, and Pope Urban II were driven by different philosophies in their quest to convert the non-Christians into Christianity. Some of them used dialogue such as William Rub ruck while others as Christopher Columbus used violence and enslavement. The holy land the Pope was referring to is...

Abolitionists and Mexican-American War

The Mexican-American War in the United States of America was a logical continuation of the conflict between Mexico and Texas. Although this conflict as a whole caused much division in American society, the abolitionists had different reasons for opposing the war. The reason for this is the slave states of...