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History of Slavery and Capitalism

Capitalism Effects on Black Economics in the United States

Capitalism Effects on Black Economics in Cuba





History of Slavery and Capitalism

The ancient slave . . . .

The Colonial Experience

Upper Africa

The Nineteenth Century brought dramatic changes to Africa and its people. The European powers divided up the continent among themselves. France took the lion's share, reserving most of Upper Africa to itself. Yet the French Empire in Africa was a diverse realm - Arab and Berber in the Maghreb, and Black African in the lands to the south of the . . . .



American political democracy had its roots and evolved from small closely-knit communities. The Town meetings were the means of securing communal ends. The much debated electoral college in the last Presidential election and the local school system are reminders that the "public" once operated primarily in highly localized and manageable . . . .

Ronald Reagan and Franklin Roosevelt

Both Ronald Reagan and Franklin Roosevelt were influential presidents in American history. Although they oftentimes had different views on politics, the function of government in general, and economics they did share similarities. Franklin Roosevelt was the third second president of our country and served from 1933 to 1945. He assumed the presidency . . . .

Economic Reform in Russia

Statement of Problem.

Since 1992, Russia has undergone a complex process of economic transition. It is a process that has been made more difficult due to the lack of theoretical and practical guidelines on the problem of transforming a communist command economy into an open capitalist one. All the existing theories on such a transformation tended to . . . .

American Wilderness

Essay # 1: What is the American West? Who are its people? What are the history, culture, and literature of the American West? How much of our understanding of the West is reality and how much is fiction? As noble a cause as restoration is, the plans and processes of it easily raise as many questions as preservation ought to have. If we aim to restore the West, we . . . .

Bill Gates

Though it seems obvious that we are living in a world which has acquired immense technology and industrialization achieved never in he history of human civilization. It is also believed that today we have more resources, skills and power over nature like never before. Thus we are more powerful, more progressed and more civilized from all the previous civilization on the face . . . .

The South Korean Economy, 1992 to 2002:

Nation in Search of its Place in the International Economy

In 1992, South Koreans could look back on 40 years of economic growth and feel confident in their future. The country that had staggered out of the smoke and misery of World War II an economic basket case, stood in 1992 as a model of prosperity and economic innovation. Only three . . . .

disrupting America's economic system is a fundamental objective of terrorists


Even as the world continues to struggle with the terrible shock from the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington, one principle lesson has already become clear: disrupting our economic system is a fundamental objective of terrorists.

Prior to September 11, our economic . . . .



China and Korea, not exactly highly developed countries, but carry a mystique about them that intrigues everyone in the United States. Two countries, on the verge of emerging into their full economic potential, is at the present time, attracting plenty of media attention. Was their economic bankruptcy influenced by the attack . . . .

Human Capital - Opportunity Cost

Article: "Human Capital." Gary S. Becker. Human Capital. 1975. The Library of Economics and Liberty web site: (

Purpose of Article: Gary Becker's article establishes that investment in human capital through education and training leads to increases in the standard of living and overall . . . .

how computers have influenced business & the commercial work environment

This paper considers how computers have influenced the workplace environment, how they may give a competitive advantage or add value. The paper also considers how the value may not be as great as perceived by considering the productivity paradox. The bibliography cites 10 sources.

Computers in the Work . . . .



The industrial age was an age of giant, mega corporations that were often bogged down by inefficient and outdated distribution, innovation, and production techniques. By contrast, the information age of the past 20 years or so has brought forth a new business form, a fluid congregation of businesses, sometimes highly structured, sometimes amorphous, that . . . .

Economic, Parental, Peer, and Self-induced pressures that affect college students

This paper examines Economic, Parental, Peer, and Self-induced pressures that affect college students today, as compared to the college students of the 1970's.


The 1970's were a decade in which many changes were taking place in America. Between the Vietnam . . . .

after school program evaluation

This paper presents a detailed exploration of an after school program evaluation program located in an economically depressed area. The writer discusses the program and what appropriate evaluation methods and questions might be considered. There were two sources used to complete this paper.


This particular after school program . . . .

"The Death of Nature" and "The Power and the Promise of Ecological Feminism"


This essay will provide a critical summary and response of the books "The Death of Nature" by Caroline Merchant and "The Power and the Promise of Ecological Feminism" by Karen Warren. The summary will summarize the main argument of each ecofeminism author. The response will argue the . . . .

While the presidential administration continues to insist that all of the factors are in place for an economic recovery, on the eve of a midterm election season, current trends don't seem to indicate any real or applicable relief from our recessionary status. What at first appeared to be a mild recovery may, in fact, be shaping up for the second leg of a double dip. This week's report placed . . . .

future of health care in the St. Louis area

This paper presents a detailed examination of the future of health care in the St. Louis area. Included in the paper are discussions about economics and population issues as well as changes hat are coming. The writer addresses many economic issues including good and services and resources in the health care industry currently as well as the . . . .

Spatial and temporal pattern analysis of Alabama forest landscape: Implications for the Future of Forest Management on NIPF (Non-Industrial Private Forest) Lands

Literature Review

The subject of NIPF land has received much attention from both the academic world and the United States Government. Recent studies indicate that the demand for timber will overtake that supply sometime . . . .

A Beautiful Mind

This is a beautiful and gripping biographical work on John Nash, the mathematical genius, by Sylvia Nasar. Nasar's work is an engaging depiction of the meteoric rise of the prodigious Nash into the mathematical fraternity and the ironical affliction that he had to face, battling against the degenerative schizophrenia. Nasar discusses all the trouble that Nash had to . . . .

U.S.—A Country Founded On Legal Immigration

During the past few decades, the United States has seen extremely high levels of immigration, forcing the U.S. government and residents to make changes and rules regarding how immigrants fit into society.

The United States was founded on immigration. From the start of the seventeenth century, more than 45 million people have come to . . . .

The Impact of the Terrorist Attacks on New York City

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Literature Review

Consumer Behavior and Risk

Terrorism and Consumerism in the Melting Pot

How has September 11 Impacted Americans

Economic Impact of terrorism

Outlook for the New York Economy

Rationale for Study

Chapter 3 - Methodology

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This essay will summarize and review Sahlins' and Service's article, entitled "Adaptation, Culture Scale, and the Environmental Crisis."

The article deals with the important issue of how the scale of a cultures dictates how that culture will adapt to its environment, and the role that this adaptation plays in damaging the environment and depleting resources.

This interesting . . . .

This paper presents a detailed exploration of web-based surveys and their usefulness in reducing the cost of business research. The writer explores several aspects of web-based surveys including performance and comparison to traditional type surveys. There were 10 sources used to complete this paper.


There are many reasons that people gather information today. Health . . . .

To study economics problems from a broader perspective, we need to apply macroeconomic principles. These principles help in understanding collective problems that various industry or countries are encountering and the role government can play in this connection. The paper studies current economic problems in the Transportation sector and explains how levels of supply and demand affect the . . . .

Education leads to better economic opportunities and even if it is not the sole purpose of schooling, we must bear in mind that deeper understanding of the connection between education and economy can lead to formulation and implementation of positive result-oriented school reforms. The paper presents evidence to prove that there exists a deep and significant link between education and . . . .


Monetary policy is crucial to the economy and impacts all types of economic and financial decisions individuals make. For example, depending on the state of the economy, individuals may decide whether to obtain a loan to purchase a new car or house or to start their own company, whether to expand a business by investing in a new plant or equipment, and whether to put . . . .

Sociology and Anthropology in Tourism

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Sociology and Anthropology in Tourism


Tourism may be portray as a complex of phenomena which are caused by the voluntary and temporary movement of an individual or a group to a place which is not their normal home for objective of . . . .

Policy Studies


The study of public policy gained significant importance in the late fifties and sixties. However, policy science did not come into existence all of a sudden. It started to emerge when social scientists started researches on a wide range of sociopolitical problems. After the World War II, significant developments were made in the areas of operations . . . .

Economic Growth Policies

Economic Growth is not a universally accepted goal of economic policy. Many individuals, corporation and agencies criticize continued growth as undesirable and unsustainable. Others see it as a necessary means of civilization.

It is true that urban sprawl is destroying the American landscape and decreasing the economic viability of American communities, . . . .

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