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    It created an economic threat to the French since the garment was imported from England. The French silk industry was facing a lot of losses during that period when the chemise a la reine was caught in a portrait. This represented a rebellion of the queen against the political and gender roles. She represented herself as an independent woman because she removed her traditional signifier and took a new role. Her individuality represented an insult to the French monarch since she took power on her hands therefore she represented a political…

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    When you look back on life you will have traveled to many places, seen many things, and met many people, however there are some places you go along the way that will impact you forever, and leave you with many stories to tell for all your friends, and family to hear. I know I am still young and have not experienced nearly half of the journey’s that I will go on later in life, nonetheless there is one place that I will truly remember for eternity, and most certainly tell my children about. That…

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    During the French Revolution and Napoleonic era, there were apparent introductions of Roman culture into the artwork and the lifestyles of the French people. Many of these influences on the artwork depicted Roman political struggles and corresponded with current events of Napoleon's reign and the French Revolution, specifically matching Napoleon and King Luis’s government to Roman figures in both a good and bad ways. Three paintings by Jacques-Louis David; Oath of the Horatii, The Lictors…

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    after the destruction of personality. The golden age of the good European is like the heaven of the Christian: it is a place where people will love each other; not like the heaven of the Hindu, a place where…

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    Africa was to strengthen the French economy. They also wanted to gain more land that had been lost. This would help the French pay their indemnity to Prussia and recover from the Great Depression in the 1870s. French imperialists also intended to spread their ideas of the enlightenment and to glorify French culture. The Berlin Conference gave France a chance to gain power and become one of Europe’s greatest powers again. Other reasons for French imperialism were religion, trade, and resources.…

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    1. Compare the causes of revolution in the US vs. France. The American and French revolution were both extremely important in the changing path of world history. Even with different outcomes and variances in successes, the impact of both cannot be denied. The Causes of the French revolution and the American revolution are similar because they both were partially prompted by an over-reaching monarch, another similarity was that both revolutions were started by the commoners who wanted revolution…

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    In exploring such a poignant topic as exile, one must first examine the group of people most likely to be subjected to exile. Often, this group tends to be the socially observed “other.” What an other is can change drastically depending on who is defining it, and to whom they’re assigning the term. As we’ve seen in both Book of Salt by Monique Truong, and Exile According to Julia by Gisele Pineau, the characters Bihn and Man Ya represent comparable, but fundamentally different ideas of the other…

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    “Unequal Alliance”: The French Conception of Sovereignty over Indians in New France describes the way Indigenous people living in New France were perceived by the French authorities, the degree of citizenship that Indigenous people were given, and how these concepts of sovereignty affected the Indigenous communities both positively and negatively. In France, citizens were considered “regnicoles” (Havard, 2013) – citizens who had the full breadth of the modern concept of human and political…

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    creates a strong relationship between people. To be able to celebrate the diversity, there should be different races. Having a nation filled with multiple races creates a difference in the society itself. Cultures are celebrated and knowledge is gained from learning about these different cultures. In a way, it has shaped Canada to be the successful country it is today. Religion also plays a major role in the society. People learn to stay true to their morals and what they believe in which…

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    powers, which outgunned and outnumbered them in every battle, the American Revolution ideologically paved the way for various Latin American peoples to pursue the freedoms that were starting to develop around the world. On the other hand, Africa saw most of its imperial resistance as futile in the face of these more developed and powerful nations, who completely disregarded existing social, political, and economic structures in order to brutally claim the land. The Americas and Africa had each…

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