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United States Entry Into World Term Paper

… And World War I is also the first American war with seventy-two percent of Army ranks forming men joined under compulsion as at wartime, totaling filling about three million of them and depending on whom American waged and won the war. (Venzon, 58)

American entry into the war is considered a remarkable one, as, in November 1916, Woodrow Wilson was reelected president, with the slogan in the air that, he kept Americans out of war, though it was broken after five months. Wilson insisted on trading with all nations that waged the war, but England and France imposed a blockade on Germany. England destroyed the North Sea with mines. All of this violated neutral rights, yet the United States continued to trade almost with both…. [read more]


US Decision to Enter World War I Term Paper

… World War I, like all wars tend to, had a devastating effect on all the parties involved. The War in question began in Europe, resulting from a dispute between just two countries. The rest of Europe became involved through various alliances, loyalties, and enmity, respectively. The involvement of the United States lasted only months, from 1917 to the end of the War. The country's initial declaration of neutrality for the majority of the War ended when the country's economy was seriously threatened by Germany's warfare practices (Feldmeth).

In addition, there were a number of reasons for the eventual involvement of the United States in World War I. Some of these, as cited by Hugh Rockoff, include the fact that the United States felt their affiliation…. [read more]


Industrial Revolution in Britain Essay

… Industrial Revolution in Britain

With all additional arguments that will be presented further below, the reason that modern economic growth emerged first in Britain and not somewhere else in Europe was that the economic, political, institutional, cultural and geographical conditions had only occurred in Britain at that moment of time. At the same time, through comparison with the other European countries of that time and with the United States, this paper will also aim to prove that the first modern economy could only develop in Britain out of all countries in existence at that point, because of cumulative conditions becoming true.

One of the most important condition that needed to be fulfilled for a modern economic growth was legislative and institutional and was in fact…. [read more]


Purchase of Real Estate by Judicial Sale in Germany Term Paper

… Purchase of Real Estate by Judicial Sale in Germany

Real estate is the one most frequently mentioned areas of law that has the greatest divergence between jurisdictions today. For example, under Germany's Civil Code, certain aspects of real estate are governed by other laws, e.g. The proceedings regarding registration in the land register by the land register regulation, and regarding judicial foreclosure in the Act on Judicial Foreclosure. Real estate may also be owned by individuals as well as legal entities, including local authorities and foreign companies. The adjudication of legal disputes over property restitution depends on the precise location in united Germany where the dispute took place, when it first occurred, and the current state of the law as interpreted by German federal courts.…. [read more]


Social Impact of Cold War Essay

… Innocent civilians are often at extreme risk in the battles for gathering information or in the battles run by remote. In an interesting way, it might also be seen that this kind of distance campaign strategy is like the way some see the U.S. As contributing to the near collapse of the world economy. The U.S.'s lax financial rules and regulations pulled in other countries and set them up for many of the challenges they now face -- many of which are bringing about social and cultural unrest. It clearly would not be difficult for terrorists or even other nations to see this as an extension of the type of attitude that America picked up when it did its victory dance after the melting of…. [read more]


Immigration Late 1890 Term Paper

… Immigration Late 1890's

Toward the end of the nineteenth century, as America became known as The Land of Opportunity' at the time of 'The Rise of Industrial America' immigration peaked between 1870 and 1900. Immigrants from all over the world came to the United State during this time. China, Germany, Ireland, and England, to name a few, all contributed to the large growth in our nation's population. An estimated 12 million people came to the U.S. during this time.

During the nineteenth century, the U.S. economy was distinctly marked by the mass emigration of Europeans into the New World. In fact, it is estimated that over 40 million people came to the New World from Europe between 1850 and 1913 (Williamson). Although many eventually returned…. [read more]


Immigration the United States Term Paper

… (Dinnerstein)

What did they Achieve?

The largest group of early European settlers in America was the English Puritans. Because of their Protestant "work ethic" which valued hard work, education and commercial success, they greatly influenced the culture of the American colonies and later of the United States. They also achieved economic prosperity for themselves and were in the forefront of the American struggle for independence.

The Second Wave of Immigrants (1820s to 1914)

After the early wave of European settlers during the colonial period, the rate of immigration from Europe declined to an extent in the 1770s. The second influx of European immigrants gathered pace in the 1840s and continued unabated until the start of WWI. In this period there was a more even distribution…. [read more]


Steel Industry Term Paper

… ¶ … steel industry from 1875-1920 in the Great Lakes region

Foundation Course

Steel Production

The Great Lakes Region

THE HISTORY and the DEVELOPMENT of the STEEL INDUSTRY FROM 1875-1920 in the GREAT LAKES REGION

The Steel Industry from 1875 to 1920

Expansion of Trade through Canals

Contribution of the Great Lakes Region to the Iron and Steel Industry of the United States of America

The history and the development of the steel industry from 1875-1920 in the Great Lakes region.

The Iron and Steel sector of the United States of America is associated with the manufacturing and molding of steel into basic shapes and forms. These forms and shapes of steel can further be used to create other products. The iron and steel sector…. [read more]


Japanese Internment Camps Essay

… Japanese-Americans were also routinely denied access to universities and professional organizations.

During World War Two, therefore, it was relatively simple to get the American public to condone the use of internment camps. Prejudice and racism were ingrained in the public consciousness and institutionalized in law. The wartime propaganda made it so that the American populace feared Japanese people and were willing to support the concentration camps. Internment camps were established throughout the West coast of the United States. The only area with a significant number of Japanese residents that managed to avoid the internment camps was Hawaii. This is because the Japanese community in Hawaii was entrenched and strong.

Unfortunately, the propaganda perpetuated the fear and persisted throughout the war. The President of the United…. [read more]


Navy an Historical Account Research Paper

… Of course, the U.S. had attempted to an isolationist veneer -- but the Navy, now an entity that could determine its own course -- had other plans: the naval strategy between the Wars was one of growth, and growth was to be achieved by bringing together three key points: "The first of these was War Plan Orange, which provided the rationale for a big navy. The second was the concept of the 'balanced fleet,' which served as the best available compromise of competing perspectives and interests within the navy. The third was the concept of the 'treaty navy,' which provided public justification for naval growth."

No longer were presidents necessary. Naval power was a force unto itself -- and Pearl Harbor allowed that force to…. [read more]


Industrial Disputes Law Employers and Unions Term Paper

… Union Labor Disputes Canada

Wal-Mart Canada

This report is an evaluative report and summary about the international retail giant Wal-Mart. There is no better presentation than one that presents the varying opinions in legal philosophy between unions and employers. As of late, Wal-Mart has been trying to fend off multiple attacks by organized labor over the past decade in an attempt to maintain its union free managerial style. "Union leaders say their chances for organizing Wal-Mart workers shot up this week when a federal judge in San Francisco said 1.6 million current and former employees could sue the retailer for sex discrimination in a class-action lawsuit." (Ramstack, 2004)

The Wal-Mart situation covers a full spectrum of legal concerns such as the acquisition and termination of…. [read more]


Demographic Transition: England Term Paper

… Figure 2

Demographic Transition in England 1700-2000

Sources: (Clark, 2010; and Slideshare, 2014)

4. Birth Rate in England

From the chart it is clear that the fertility rate or birth rate in England declined sharply beginning in the first two decades of the 1800s. However, the fertility or birth rate rose again briefly in the mid-1800s and them dropped sharply and steadily until the 1970s rising slightly and then beginning a steady decline until the year 2000.

5. Death Rate in England

The death rate in England rose in the first half of the 1700s decade and dropped significantly until 1800 when the death rate rose sharply and leveled out pretty much until about 1850 rising again steadily for about 15 years and since that…. [read more]


Should the UK Adopt the Euro? Term Paper

… ¶ … UK adopt the euro?

The British Labor Party could succeed in coming into the power in June 2001, with the manifesto for holding a referendum to decide for adoption of the single European currency. The British Prime Minister Tony Blair emphasized the decision of joining euro to be of much significant to the generation as a whole and has assured that a referendum in this regard will be made at the conducive treasure conditions of UK. The Treasure during June 2003 proclaimed of failure of it in five economic conditions, irrespective of the fact that the Government has assured of the promotion of eventual membership of the euro to the British people. Even though drifting towards euro notes and coins is presently complete…. [read more]


Industrial Revolution Term Paper

… Children were also punished for arriving late for work and for talking to the other children. Apprentices who became sick of work and choose to run away from the factory were in danger of being sent to prison. Children who were considered potential runaways were placed in irons and were bound.

Women also made a large contribution to the revolution, and their work condition were not much better than children's, but they had different demands. These jobs were mostly as seamstresses. Poor seamstresses were becoming an American icon and were filling the need of an expanding garment industry. Dressmakers were a similar job but offered many more benefits, as they would work at home and receive larger, independent wages. They stitched bundles of pre-cut fabric…. [read more]


World War II Ww Essay

… Slowly the Americans invaded and liberated a number of islands until the were in a position to begin an air campaign against the Japanese homeland. With the capture of the Marianas, Iwo Jima, and finally Okinawa, the Americans came to hold the position of being able to strike at Japan with their heavy bombers and begin inflicting massive damage to their industrial base. But two years of air attacks and the destruction of several Japanese cities through firebombing still was not enough for the Japanese military to surrender.

Despite the carnage, the Japanese military wanted to fight to the death and forced the Japanese people to stand alongside them. Facing the thought of an American invasion of the Japanese home islands, and the possibility of…. [read more]


Recycling and Trash Collection Term Paper

… The taxes help much to pay the recycling expenses.

As a matter of fact, although recycling seemed to be a new solution for the country, Kirby (2002, par. 11-12) reported that England is left behind for its attentiveness in responding to the waste problem than its neighboring European countries. From 80% of recyclable waste that the country produces every year, only 11% is processed as should be, through material recovery. Compared to Germany and Austria, which commonly gain high number in recycling (48% and 64%), England should work better to avoid late consequences it may be compensated in the future from environmental and economic risks.

What had happened fact however becomes England's lesson to set better policy and develop more recycling facilities. One successful example…. [read more]


Nazi Germany and the Atomic Bomb Abstract Term Paper

… Nazi Germany and the Atomic Bomb

Abstract/Overview- With all the power in the Nazi regime, why were they unable to produce a successful nuclear program? Fortunately for the Allied forces, German efforts were a huge failure, as the United States was the first nation to drop an atomic bomb. Germany could have been successful; they had both the resources and the personnel, but instead put too much energy and resources into their rocket project and evicted some of the greatest scientific minds out of Germany into Allied hands.

There is a great body of research to lend information on such an examination. The current body of resources was acquired through the use of the online scholarly databases, Questia and JSTOR. The main key words used…. [read more]


Atomic Bomb Term Paper

… ¶ … Atomic Bomb and the Deciding Event in Persuading the United States to Pursue Development of Nuclear Weapons

The following research study is conducted through a qualitative review of literature relating to the Manhattan Project and the atomic bomb developed and use in World War II against Japan. Japan was a formidable enemy in that the Japanese were very gung ho and did not care nor see any value in compromise and it is the failure of the Japanese to attempt to compromise so that the war and the associated deaths could be ended as well that resulted in the United States making use of the atomic bomb. The atomic bomb development program was top secret therefore the program had been compartmentalized to lessen…. [read more]


Emergence of Modern Europe Essay

… ¶ … Europe

The defeat of the Axis Powers (Germany, Italy and Japan) in World War II had deep and lasting effects on almost every country in the world. A new era in geopolitical struggles, economics, and political ideology came into being with the decades long tensions between the United States and Soviet Union known as the "Cold War." However, for Europe as a whole, there were both positive and negative aspects of post-war rebuilding, depending on geographical location. First and foremost, the geopolitical atmosphere of Europe changed after the war -- new countries, territories and expectations. Second, the U.S. role in Europe increased beginning with the Marshall Plan which led, in many ways, to NATO. Third, Europe was divided into two distinct political and…. [read more]


Nursing and Women's Roles Pre-And-Post Thesis

… Thomas Branagan wrote in The Excellency of the Female Character Vindicated that men would "sin and sin again" because they could not help themselves (quoted by Welter, 47). But a woman, Branagan asserted, was "stronger and purer" and had the resolve to resist a man's desire to "…take liberties incompatible with her delicacy" (Welter, 47).

However, if a woman should acquiesce to a man's attempts to engage in sexual activities, Branagan asserted in his book, "You will be left in silent sadness to bewail your credulity, imbecility, duplicity, and premature prostitution" (Welter, 47). The advice given to women in the early 19th century, as presented by Welter on page 62, clearly appears to the 21st century reader as propaganda designed to keep women in subservient…. [read more]


Power of China Research Paper

… Power of China

From the end of World War II to the early 1970s, China was relatively isolated from the global landscape. It was a part of the Soviet Communist Bloc, but remained inwardly focused on improving its own infrastructure and economy, all the while poised for rapid modernization. Openness towards the West began around 1978 with increased trade, a small amount of additional transparency internally, and at least the semblance of allowing more capitalistic templates like ownership of businesses, development of more modernized factories, etc., and less journalistic control. After 1978, Mao's successor Deng Xiaoping realized that the government had to increase the standard of living for its population, or face revolt. Deng's, and subsequent regimes, focused on market-oriented economic development. By the turn…. [read more]


Strategic Marketing Perspective Evaluate the UK Higher Term Paper

… ¶ … strategic marketing perspective evaluate the UK higher education market from the viewpoint of the overseas student

Is the British Council losing ground in competing with Australia and the U.S.A. In selling British higher education?

The British Council is an agency or an organization that attempts to promote educational, cultural, as well as technical cooperation between Britain and other countries anywhere in the world. The primary goal of the British Council is to successfully establish certain long-term, worldwide partnerships with other countries, so that there may be a better understanding between the various countries involved. In fact, the British Council is the United Kingdom's most important agency for creating and developing and maintaining cultural relations with several other countries overseas, and is an integral…. [read more]


American Correctional System Research Paper

… Prison Reform

The United States has many reasons to be proud, its prison system is not one of them. America has fewer than 5% of the world's population, but nearly 25% of the world's prisoners (Liptak, 2008.) the U.S. has 751 people in prison or jail for every 100,000 in population. Russia is the only other major industrialized nation that even comes close, with 627 prisoners for every 100,000 people. The others have significantly lower rates. England's rate is 151; Germany's is 88; and Japan's is 63 (ibid). These American incarcerated help make up an enormous prison population, which has increased from 300,000 to two million in 30 years, a rate that dwarfs those of China and Iran. In fact, the U.S. leads all countries…. [read more]


Cold War, the President Term Paper

… He remains remembered for this and for instituting the Hawley-Smoot tariff, which severely restricted imports and exports. By pursuing a protectionist tariff, he is thought to have exacerbated the effects of the Great Depression, which hit its lowest point at the conclusion of his presidency in 1932.

Despite his popularity among a group of voters known as the 'Roosevelt Coalition' of Democrats, labor, and urban areas, Franklin Delano Roosevelt remains one of the most controversial Presidents of the 20th century. Among his first actions as President were to declare a bank holiday and to lift liquor restrictions. Although the latter was seen as almost an inevitability, the former required powers that were not formerly vested in the executive by the Constitution and required an act…. [read more]


Minority Group Relations in the U.S Research Paper



African Americans

U.S. relations with African Americans were not much better. Of course, Jim Crows were a major problem throughout the country well into the 20th century. Miscegenation laws were everywhere—not just in California, but also in Virginia, where the Lovings were persecuted for getting married. In the Southwest and California, it was particularly problematic. The African Americans in the Southwest experienced Jim Crow style oppression when they entered the military (perhaps inspired by the Capra film The Negro Soldier, which showed that blacks could make something of themselves if they joined the war effort): however, the reality was that when they put themselves in the hands of Uncle Sam, it all fell apart and many blacks sought to leave the military…. [read more]


South Korean & German Trade Show Industry Dissertation

… Trade Show Industry in Germany and South Korea



Trade as Marketing and Communication



Area of Study



Study Components



The History of Trade



History of Trade Shows



Patterns of Trade Shows



Marketing Theories



Trade Shows and Market Entry



Development of the Trade Show Industry



Contributions of the Trade Show Industry



Marketing Processes in the Trade Show Industry



Marketing Planning and Tactical Considerations in the Trade Show Industry



Qualitative vs. Quantitative Research



Data Analysis Plan



COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF THE TRADE SHOW INDUSTRY…. [read more]


Social Implications of the Industrial Revolution Term Paper

… Social Implications of the Industrial Revolution

During the nineteenth century, the Industrial Revolution, which had its beginnings in England, spread across Europe and the Western World. The era of industrial capitalism saw the establishment of a new empire of machines and the rise of the factory system (Faissler & Hayes, 1966). The revolution in the method of power production, transportation, and communication left in its wake an upheaval in the life style and social fabric of society, which had never occurred before quite so rapidly, or radically, except perhaps, as the aftermath of protracted warfare or natural catastrophes and disasters (Faissler & Hayes, 1966). Some of these fundamental changes and their implications will be presented in this paper.

The Industrial Revolution brought about a migration…. [read more]


Sociology History of Business Science Research Proposal

… Delimitations

Today, modern business systems help an increasingly globalized world function in seamless ways. In fact, English is rapidly becoming the lingua franca of the business world and transnational borders and cross-cultural factors no longer operate as major barriers to commerce. Further, a wide range of financial instruments exist such as letters of credit and bills of lading whose purpose and operation are readily understood by businesspeople from New York to New Delhi. Business correspondence too has a fairly standardized format that businesspeople all over the world both use and understand and all of these features have helped create a modern business system that is both efficient and effective in achieving the movement of goods and services around the world. All of these business systems,…. [read more]


Elites in Engineering Dissertation

… Elites in Engineering

In the contemporary world, it has increasingly become significant for active engineers to be uniformly skilled in technical and management comprehension. This is in the view of the fact numerous graduates find themselves in significant leadership positions. To assist engineering professionals improve their leadership aptitudes within their profession through a course in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Innovation and Technology in Engineering (ELITE) is paramount. ELITE courses help engineering graduates who are seeking to enhance their profession through supplementary education. The courses also help engineers who are seeking to promote their technical knowledge and leadership abilities in their present role. In this regard, this paper assesses the leaders in British engineering and their characteristics. The paper will evaluate how the qualities of these leaders in…. [read more]


Political Framework of EU Thesis

… As a result, European nations looked forward to developing nations such as Asia, Africa and South America for the purchase of these necessities. For developing nations this was an opportunity to become known as suppliers of grist, therefore, they were willing to enter into this trade agreement. However, what European Leaders wanted was more than a simple trade agreement; their aim was to enforce their rules on these nations, making them colonies of the infinite European empire. Therefore, they entered into the agreement after setting out a lot of rules for the dependent nations to follow. As time passed by, these rules made the European leaders indirectly administer the nation, thus the nations became a part of European empire. History reveals that the imperialism is…. [read more]

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