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    The play Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose should be read in schools. The play takes place during the 1950s, and is about a jury comprised of white males. In the trial, the defendant, a teenage boy, is on trial for murdering his father after he claims his father abused him. Like everyone, all the jurors have some prejudices about the defendant and opinions of the case before they begin to deliberate. While these twelve men try to reach a unanimous decision, some jurors are unwilling to change…

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    The automobile industry was booming in the 1920’s. Henry Ford was the leader in the production of cars. The most popular automobile at the time was the Model T because it was very inexpensive and was something no American had ever seen. Every American wanted this luxury item causing the demand for it to skyrocket. Mass production caused the automobile to increase the demand of other goods that were needed to build the automobile. Steel, glass, paint, rubber, and everything else needed to build a…

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    Ford was hoping to incorporate other ideas from other companies but some of the backers did not want to risk change because of how good the company was doing, so Ford resigned and in 1902 and with him gone the company changed to Cadillac Motor Car Co. Even with Ford leaving, he still had a good amount of investors that would back up his ideas because of how good his racing car preformed. In June of 1903 with a few ups and down, Ford pulled one last effort into the company on a make or break kind…

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    thought what life would be like without cars? Now we would still have cars but not many. How would this happen? Well a guy called Henry Ford created the Model T car and revolutionized america with them. Henry Ford revolutionized America with his cars, his youth affected his work, despite being anti-semite he really changed America. How he revolutionized America Henry Ford’s cars revolutionized America by being affordable for most people and was easy to create when he made assembly lines. His…

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    Alysha Clark History 101 Professor Crosby 1 October 2014 The Fates of Henry VIII’s Wives King Henry VIII, son and successor of King Henry VII, was known for his ever-changing marital status. Married six times, the easiest way to remember the order was a little rhyme: divorced, beheaded, and died, divorced, beheaded, and survived. Henry struggled to produce a male heir and maintain a faithful (and beautiful) wife. As Henry’s reasons to marry each woman differed, so did the reason of the…

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    have always been a problem and always will be. Some of the most well-known outlaws were Jesse James and Clyde Barrow. These outlaws murdered and killed many people. These two outlaws lived in different time periods one being during the 1800’s and the other in the 1930’s but there are many similarities between the two. In fact Clyde Barrow said that he would like to think of himself as the young Jesse James. One of the main similarities is that they both killed many people. It is not exactly…

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    James Madison, who was the fourth president of the United States, led the country from March 4, 1809 – March 4, 1817. He is known as the “Father of Constitution”, because he wrote the first draft of the United States Constitution. He later became one of the authors of the Bill of Rights. In his first term as president he had to take on the challenge of growing tensions between the U.S and Great Britain. In my opinion Madison was more of a writer than a fighter. Before the big war of 1812…

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    ‘The foreign policy of Henry VIII failed to achieve its objectives in the years 1509 to 1547’ During these years, Henry VIII was the monarch on the throne and his foreign policy was at very important to him. Throughout his reign, the objectives of his foreign policy changed but it was mainly focused on proving himself to his subjects. In this essay, I will be arguing for and against the statement, nonetheless, I do agree that Henry VIII failed to achieve the objectives he set in his foreign…

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    8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart[3] or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 to 24 July 1567 and Queen consort of France from 10 July 1559 to 5 December 1560. Mary, the only surviving legitimate child of King James V of Scotland, was six days old when her father died and she acceded to the throne. She spent most of her childhood in France while Scotland was ruled by regents, and in 1558, she married the Dauphin of France, Francis. He ascended the French…

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    When people think of Henry VIII, they usually think all the wives he had, the palaces he built, and all the murders he committed, but many people respected what he did and he is now an important figure in France’s history. Henry VIII accomplished many tasks during his reign as King such as being involved in the English Reformation and turning his country into a Protestant Nation (“Henry VIII Biography 1). Henry VIII, although he was a bad influence to his country, still managed to be remembered…

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