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    concentration camps; and, generally speaking, government by fear” [M. Pilsuk & A. Wong, ‘State Terrorism: When the Perpetrator is a Government’, in C.E. Stout, Psychology of Terrorism (2002)]. For this essay the State that is being analysed is that of Dictator Stalin and how he used state terror as an ideology of fear against the Russian people. Stalin rose to power in the 20th century, 1912 and under his power Soviet Russia became the world’s second biggest Industrialist country and a Global…

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    Jeansonne Glen’s biography “Messiah of the Masses: Huey P. Long and the Great Depression”. Glen doesn’t believe Long to be a saint nor a sinner; however, he does believe Long’s biggest priority wasn’t the people but himself. The author wrote this biography of Long as a young man getting his first start in politics, his campaign for governor, also his impeachment. In the book Messiah of the Masses: Huey P. Long and the Great Depression, the life of Huey Pierce Long is fully narrated and studied.…

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    Alexander The Great Dbq

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    Alexander of Macedon: A Great Leader Being the first person to conquer the Egyptian, Greek, and Persian empires in just over a decade was no walk in the park, and neither was integrating a culture into all of those empires nor attempting to unite them all. Alexander of Macedon was this man: he conquered the greatest empires, spread the Greek influence, and lead in a unique way with his inspiring character that he is famous for. Although he was not the ideal leader such as Plato’s idea of a…

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    Who Was Huey Long Unjust?

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    education for everyone. The assassination of Huey Long was unjust because he was working on a tax reform to get Louisiana out of the Great Depression and he improved public services; however some people believe he abused his power and did not respond well to critique. Before his death Huey Long worked on a tax reform in Louisiana. In this time America was in the Great depression where one dollar is equal to twelve dollars today. This helped families lower taxes. According to…

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    Many leaders have changed their nation's history by their domestic and foreign policies. Napoleon Bonaparte was the dictator of France from 1799 to 1815. During his reign as emperor, Napoleon established plans of action to deal with France's problems both at home and abroad. One domestic policy Napoleon established was the creation of the National Bank. This policy had a positive effect on France. The Continental System was one of Napoleon's foreign policies. It had a negative effect on France.…

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    Dave Eggers faced obstacles early on in life, such as his need to take care of his younger brother after his parents passed away. Even though he had to drop out of college, Eggers was still able to establish a successful writing career (Albert). Eggers’ took stylistic ideas, such as a society without privacy, and a story abundant with post modernism traits from his main influences, which were Don Delillo and George Orwell. Overexplaining, trying to differentiate from young adult novels, and…

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    The Manchurian and Abyssinian Crisis Research Question: Why did the League of Nations fail to stop The Manchurian and Abyssinian Crisis? Japan did a lot of trading with America and relied on them for all the goods, so when the Great Depression happened in America, it hit Japan very hard as well. This led to the Japanese civilian government becoming unpopular. So the army decided that the best way for Japan to leave the depression and get resources was to take over Manchuria, in 1931. Their army…

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    Ambition In Animal Farm

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    a pleasure. No one believes more firmly than Comrade Napoleon that all animals are equal… But sometimes you might make the wrong decisions, comrades, and then where should we be?”(Orwell 50). Through Squealer, his speech sounds like Napoleon is a great leader who takes care of his people. However, this only happens since Napoleon wants to assure that no one could against him and this new…

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    Joseph Stalin Dbq

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    Over the 30 years of Joseph Stalin’s dictatorship, the estimated death toll ranged from 28 to 40 million people, whom died from a variety of things, such as famine, executions, and a very large war. Stalin assumed autocratic rule of the Soviet Union in 1924 following the death of Lenin. Stalin made a variety of reforms, but his main focus was on the economic issues that was occurring in the communist country at the time. Stalin made his economic reforms solely to make the most amount of money…

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    DBQ: The New Deal

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    The Great Depression left America’s workforce in a hole and made the unemployment and poverty rates shoot through the roof. Someone needed to give America their jobs back and Franklin D. Roosevelt had the perfect plan. The New Deal it was called gave the Americans the work and income them and this economy so desperately needed. Although the New Deal was a worry to some because it was thought that the president would have too much control, it was necessary though because the jobs put the economy…

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