The details surrounding the succeeding presidencies of Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt seem to be categorically and diametrically antithetical from every conceivable angle. Entering . . . .
The First World War was the first-ever war that had brought great destruction and required greater involvement of many countries, most especially the European nations. Evidence of the impending . . . .
Nathaniel Hawthorne and Edgar Allen Poe are considered as seminal American authors. Each contributed to nineteenth century American literature and both were somewhat influenced by British romance . . . .