I'm able to answer most questions about US History, whether related to political, social, economic, or military issues.
I've studied American history for nearly 20 years. I'm currently volunteering for AllExperts in Medieval and European history.
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BA History (High Honors)
History provides insight into human nature.
History is never a dead subject. New information is always being revealed, and old information is being reinterpreted. So, trying to understand the past is a constant challenge.
As a young boy, future president Woodrow Wilson saw Confederate President Jefferson Davis being captured by Union soliders.
History is not an objective description of what happened. Rather, history is a compilation of past events filtered through the mind of a person, and is therefore influenced by that person's personal biases. So, history is an art as well as a science.
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Hi Elizabeth, I'll be glad to help with your question. The term "scholarly article" typically refers to a publication in a peer-reviewed journal like (in the case of history), the American Historical
Hi Tim, I'll be glad to help with your question. America in the 19th century, especially before the Civil War, prided itself on being egalitarian instead of having a rigid class system like in Europe
Hi Stephen, I'll be glad to help with your question. To my knowledge, it was not customary for anyone in 19th century America to seek protection from a bust of Pallas. Victorian America had a pretty
Hi Courtney, I can only offer my opinion here, and it is this: No, I don't think that the US should be the world's police because 1) we lack the resources to do so effectively 2) when we try to do so
Hi Jordan, The contemporary comparison to the Steinbeck work which you mentioned is the current debate about the acceptance of migrants from the Middle East who are fleeing war, famine, corruption,
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