Civil Wars in America

During the civil wars in America, the issue of the civil liberties became a menace as the government that comprised of the president and the judiciary that involved the courts did not agree on their fate. But later on the matter was discussed when Lincoln was suspended when the citizens decided to have a petition so that they would be relieved from unnecessary imprisonment that had increasingly risen among them. The exercise of petitioning was referred to as habeas corpus, whereby the one who was petitioning had to sign a legal document that was issued by the courts. The document would lower t ...

Civil and World War I

During the different significant event of the history including as the Civil War and World War I, They could able to persuade women such as the Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony to craft the sturdy resolution of commencing fundraisers to prop up Union troops or to sustain women’s suffrage. Women ultimately commenced to achieve force in their attempts during World War I. Though it had observed that women could establish their rights in a few places among them Wyoming (1869) and Utah (1870) were notable. But dolefully, U.S. Congress snatched away the voting right of Utah women in 1887. ...

Canadian Unions during World War Two

1.The men travelled across country to find decent job in the time when there was extreme scarcity of resources and opportunities 2. Work camps were places with inhumane conditions, low wages, and no respect for the human being while being a “hobo” provided at least a sense of freedom and ability to decide what to do. 3. The workers started realizing their worth and refused to work for extremely low wages. Moreover, the demand for labor allowed them to demand this increase of wages. 4. MacDowell argues that the war situation created increased unrest and tensions between organized labor and busi ...

American Involvement in World War I

The turning of the tide in World War 1 was manifested by the Second Battle of the Marne (Lengel et al, 2004). German led forces began the offensive during the conflict and the first European allied offensive retaliated with a victory in the year 1918. In the first and last advances, the American troops were extremely instrumental; fighting with more than 1 million troops under General John J. Pershing, and taking final direction from the European Allied Supreme Commander. The United States however suffered a major setback with more than 30,000 soldiers killed and 117,000 badly wounded. The Gre ...

American Civil War

The American civil war ended on April 9, 1865. Since then historians have been seeking for the reasons why the north won the war and the south’s confederacy was defeated. In this essay we will examine the reasons as to why the north defeated the south in the civil war. Reasons why the north won. When the civil war broke out, the north otherwise known as the Union had several advantages than the south, or the Confederate. From manpower ratios where the north had about 22 million out of the total population of 31 million, the north had had greater amount of resources that the south did not have. ...

Albums of War

The United States of America remains as the most powerful nation on earth. Its political, social, economic and military influence across the globe cannot in any way be doubted as one of the best structural unit that has ever been combined or rather build by mankind. Yet, one cannot ignore the fact that this nation has a rich history that reveals the ups and downs that has enabled it to come this far. Among the historical issues or happenings that shaped and prepared it for such a time as this is the American Civil War. The American Civil War was fought between different states and other groups ...

Agriculture after the Civil War

The second Epistle of Peter 2:19 contains a comment that can be applied to the United States situation in the early 1860’s, “While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage”. The American Civil War altered the way people understood warfare, manifested a rubric for a nation-state, and created background for abolishing slave labor. Each of these outcomes carried some difficult to manage the war consequences. According to Abraham Lincoln’s idea, the nation was able to survive only as a unified sta ...

The Chocolate War

Jerry Renault is not your ordinary Trinity school boy. In this story, you hear this kid’s name a whole lot. He is in different situations throughout this book. You could say he’s the main character because this kid stands up for himself and he’s very brave. Is standing up for yourself the thing Jerry should do because this could lead to some very serious consequences such as getting beaten up or maybe even death? There’s a group known as the Vigils and you don’t want to get involved with them. People around the school are afraid of these people and definitely respect them. Archie another chara ...

A War with Ourselves

With the relentless bombardment of drugs, warfare, brutality, and hatred, teenagers have entered into a war, not only with others, but more importantly, with themselves. Be it in the news, or through school projects, or even through conversations, we are constantly reminded of the tribulations of our world. And every time we see this, we are reminded that it will be our job to fix the wrongs of those before us. In our society and in media outlets, teenagers are often portrayed as, and thought of, as self-centered and callous towards the world around us. In fact, these appalling portrayals and ...