Essays on History of the United States

The Chronology Of The American Revolution: Indian War

The American Revolution of 1775-1783 was the Colonist’s ultimate rebellion against England for their freedom. The relationship between the Colonist and the British began to deteriorate after the French and Indian war, and colonists also began to question British authority. Philosopher John Locke believed that our natural rights, life, liberty and property should be fought...
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I Have A Dream Speech By Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Critical Analysis

In Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s famous I Have a Dream speech he displays an extraordinary use of parallelism, repetition, and a crescendo ending to exhibit a message of hope, peace, and progress to America and the black community. As one of the most famous speeches in American history, this speech ushered an already tired...
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Boston Massacre: British View Versus Colonists' View

The Boston Massacre was a dangerous gathering that happened in 1770, on King Street in Boston. It began as a small street argument between American colonists and one British soldier but became gruesome very quickly. The Boston Massacre happened because the British put a lot of taxes on the American colonies items such as taxes...
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Civil Wars: Relationship Between Conflicts And Natural Resources

Intro In history, people have fought because of their ethnic differences. However, let’s not generalize and associate ethnic differences with civil wars. I argue that large diversities do not necessarily increase the chances of social conflicts. Over the decades’ many nations have been able to live cohesively with various distinct groups within their communities. It...
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