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Spirituality among African American Women
In the article by Violet L. Wright on the study of the effects of spirituality on African American women recovering from substance abuse, the theoretical framework derives from the principle of holistic care in the nursing profession, including spirituality. Citing various sources in this area that seek to establish the healing effects of spirituality, the author considers spirituality, as diverse from religion, to be specially relevant in the case of African American women prone to substance
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Totalitarianism as Concept and Reality
  To fully appreciate the contribution Karl-Dietrich Bracher brings to the discussion of Totalitarianism, it is necessary to understand a little of his background.  Bracher is a German political scientist who has given a great deal of attention to studying the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany.  
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Edo Period 1603-1868
Few countries have undergone the sort of extraordinary stability and slow modernization as those undergone by Japan during the period between approximately 1603-1868. The period began with the consolidation of the political reigns of power by the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu and effectively concluded with the opening of Japan by Matthew Perry’s Black Ships in Tokyo Bay and the Meiji Restoration. 
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The Balance between Freedom and Truth- a Dialogue
On November 06, 2009, God arranged for a discussion or dialogue among five randomly chosen individuals (long dead) to be telecast live by practically every TV network in the United States and the rest of the world. It is believed that the purpose behind this act was an attempt at bringing a relative sense of truth that needs to be imbibed into practical politics in the twenty-first century. 
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The Major Confrontation between Islam and Western Christianity
The relationship between Islam and Christianity in the middle ages was fraught with difficulties. This mostly came about as the Ottoman Empire expanded its territory into Europe, first into Bulgaria and Bosnia and then increasingly westward into Hungary. This resulted in the biggest clash of the civilizations of this period.
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The Meiji Restoration as a Revolution
The Meiji Restoration is one of the major events that played a vital role in the modernization of Japan. The Meiji Restoration is the term used to define the revolution that saw an end to the reign of Tokugawa and the reinstallation of the emperor of Japan. This restoration, which is also known as Meiji Ishin, happened in the second half of the 19th century.
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Is It Correct To Identify The Entrance Of The West As The Reason For The Fall Of The Tokugawa Shogunate
The fall of the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan marked the beginning of a new and long-lasting era for Japan. The fall of this shogunate saw Japan emerge to be one of the strongest and richest nations in the world. There are many attributes to the eventual downfall of the Tokugawa Shogunate. 
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Inca Civilization
Inca is an ancient civilization on the earth thousands of years ago. Archaeologist’s historical record reveals that no one really knows where the Incas came from. The Inca Empire was quite short-lived. Inca means emperor. He was not just a ruler, but also a direct descendant of the sun god.
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East Asian Japan Civilization Fall 2010
 Modernism and modernization involve an in-depth analysis of various aspects of three countries with a lucid presentation on song china, Joseon Korea, and Meiji Japan. At the outset, this treatise has dwelt on certain parameters that embrace the country of Korea especially Joseon Korea in a few words. 
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The Dawn and Major Outcomes of the Industrial Revolution
 The Industrial Revolution has become a starting point for the rapid development of humanity. It affected all spheres of people’s lives and it was closely connected with such phenomena as imperialism and nationalism. Many scholars still argue about the major premises for the beginning of the Industrial Revolution: whether it was cultural peculiarities or economic factors (Duiker & Spielvogel 518).
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Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great was one of the most successful conquerors of the ancient history; he was the king of one of the largest empires of history and remained invincible during his lifetime. Born in Macedonia, Alexander inherited strong traits of leadership, intellect, and valor from his father Philip II who was the strong leader of Macedon.
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The Actual Meaning of Liberty
Since long time ago, liberty has been one of the most significant aspects protecting rights and freedom of all citizen of any given citizen across the world. Due to this fact, all governments across the world have been doing all their best to ensure that they protect the liberty of their citizens at all costs.
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Czechoslovakia Post WW2
The Prague was the era of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia under the domination by the Soviet Union following the Second World War. One of the reformers in this period was Alexander Dubcek who attempted to give additional rights to the people in an act of democratization and incomplete decentralization of the economy.
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The Vietnam War
 According to Burrows (2002), the Vietnam War was fought between 1959 and 1975, with the major players being the United States, the Soviet Union. Based not only on my understanding of the conflict but also large volumes of literature that are available on the subject, I believe that the real enemy in the Vietnam War was communism, represented by the Soviet Union. 
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The History of Native American Dream Catcher
A dream catcher is a Native American artifact that is found in most American homes. A dream catcher is a hand-woven artifact that is made of threads and other sacred and personal items such as beads and feathers. It is made to form a web shape and is believed to filter out bad dreams. It is mainly used to protect people from nightmares and bad dreams while sleeping.
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European Imperialism in Africa and Asia
The world changed dramatically during the latter half of the nineteenth century mainly due to European imperialism. Western powers expanded their empires to almost all the parts of Asia and Africa. As described by McDougal-Littell, Africa, ‘the dark continent’ was not much explored until late 19th century. 
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Historical and Political Issues of East Asia: Japan and Korea
There has been tension between Japan and Korea over the issues they both went through in the past. Japan has criticized China for constructing a museum in honour of a Korean independence activist who killed a prominent Japan political leader.
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African-American History
The entire Lewis Gordon’s article focuses on addressing African-American Race, Philosophy and the Reason of Geography. According to Gordon, the African-American philosophy is among the most developed theoretical reflection areas in the African-American studies.
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Colombian Exposition
The Exposition also saw the United States gain a new holiday, Columbus Day, and a new method of teaching patriotism in school children that are the Pledge of Allegiance. Chicago today boasts of the world's largest artifacts in connection with the trade fare thus having a large number of visitors who visit the country.
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Thomas Coram in the Enlightenment period
An unfortunate trend in the early 18th century was that poor children started dying at a very fast rate. Medicine was not working to effectively cure diseases that the children were suffering from, and they suffered through pain and death over decades. The adult population had also been weakened.
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