Historical Development of Prisons in the United States

The United States penitentiary system establishment dates back from 1777 to 1877. Initially, prisons were established for the sole purpose of reforming prisoners. This changed some time later when prisons evolved to become containment facilities whereby prisoners served their sentences. This was mainly due to the fact that the prison wardens lac...

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Bibliography Project

There are a number of people and events that are considered to be significant to African-American history and culture. This is because of the outstanding contributions they made to the African-American people. This is more so important during the era of slavery in which the dignity of the blacks was taken away as they were denied freedom and tre...

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Film Industry in American History

American film industry represents a platform where all historical events within the government and the society are depicted through plays that are acted and digital receding of the plays is done and availed to the public who usually have high demands for the product. The American film industry covers a wide range of topics that range from sports...

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History of African Americans in the United States

The history of African Americans in the United States tells a story of both immense sufferings, as well as unending hope. Americans of African descent endured many years of slavery and segregation, which prohibited black people from enjoying the rights of citizenship. The black people in America suffered oppression, denied citizenship, and those...

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Libyan Uprising Involvement

The main purpose of the paper is to evaluate the arguments in favor and against the international involvement in the Libyan uprising against Muammar Kaddafi and define whether Western involvements in Arab uprisings are inevitable, recommendable or condemnable. The civil war started in February 2011 and the crackdown of the representatives of the...

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The Protestant Reformation

This was a schism started in the 16th century by western Christians particularly Martin Luther and John Calvin. In 1517, Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses were posted, which catalyzed the spirit of protesting against the ecclesiastical structure of the Roman Catholic Church, its rituals, leadership, and doctrines. It resulted in the establishme...

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