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The 2008 American Presidential Election: A Comparison of the Candidates’ Views

3 pages | 750 words

This essay compares and contrasts the views of John McCain and Barack Obama on some of the major issues facing America today, including abortion, taxes, global warming, and clean technology. It also attempts to discern which candidate would be better for America if he were to win the election.

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The Relationship between Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy

4 pages | 950 words

This essay looks at the relationship between French President Nicolas Sarkozy and US President Barack Obama. It discusses their different views on issues such as taxation, regulation, and foreign policy, as well as their cooperation on the global financial crisis and climate change.

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The Impact of the Reagan Doctrine on U.S. Foreign and Domestic Policy

2 pages | 370 words

The Reagan Doctrine was a major part of the foreign policy of the United States during the presidency of Ronald Reagan. It was a doctrine that stated that the U.S. would provide support to any country that was resisting Soviet expansionism. This included giving money and weapons to rebels and anti-communist governments. The Reagan Doctrine was a major change in U.S. foreign policy, as it represented a shift from containment to a more aggressive stance against the Soviet Union.

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The policies, presidency, and governance of Evo Morales

2 pages | 400 words

In this essay, we interview Evo Morales, the first indigenous president of Bolivia. He discusses his policies, presidency, and governance.

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The Dangers of Religious Extremism: A Comparison of Speeches by Benazir Bhutto, Pervez Musharraf, and Hamid Karzai

3 pages | 600 words

This essay looks at three speeches given by leaders from Pakistan and Afghanistan who have all been affected by religious extremism. The speeches chosen for analysis are: Benazir Bhutto's speech "Address to the Nation", Pervez Musharraf's speech "The Enemy Within", and Hamid Karzai's speech "Tackling Extremism".

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: From the Perspective of His Brother James

4 pages | 940 words

This essay will analyze the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin from the perspective of his brother James. It will discuss James' role in Benjamin's life and how he helped him become the successful printer, author, and politician that he is known as today.

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Research Paper

The Greatness of Dwight D. Eisenhower: Why He is Considered One of the Greatest Presidents in American History

4 pages | 1040 words

This essay discusses the accomplishments of Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and Lyndon B. Johnson. It argues that Eisenhower was more successful than Johnson, and as a result, is often considered one of the greatest presidents in American history.

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The Themes and Strategies of John McCain’s Presidential Campaign

4 pages | 920 words

This essay discusses the themes and strategies of John McCain’s presidential campaign, with a focus on his independent candidacy, his focus on reducing government spending, and improving access to quality healthcare.

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The Life and Legacy of Maria Eva Duarte de Peron

3 pages | 760 words

This essay discusses the life and legacy of Maria Eva Duarte de Peron, a Argentinean political leader who is best known for her work as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her husband's death in 1952. The essay covers Eva Peron's childhood, her rise to power, her time as First Lady, and her legacy.

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Syd Jackson: A Leader in Maori Politics

2 pages | 360 words

Syd Jackson was an important leader in Maori politics in New Zealand. He fought for Maori rights throughout his life, and was instrumental in founding the Ngati Whatua o Orakei Maori Trust Board. He also trained with the Umkhonto we Sizwe in South Africa, and later founded the Maori Liberation Front. In recent years, there has been a revival of interest in Jackson's thoughts on Maori capitalism and identity politics.

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