Communism

The US was faced with many questions concerning Europe in the years following World War II.The US had the unenvied task of deciding whether to stay out of European affairs or become involved.The United States ultimately decided to become involved Read More …

asasas

The Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, better known as aids is the most deadly disease known to man today. There are approximately 20 million people living with aids in the world and the number is growing. The epidemic is sweeping through the Read More …

Commune

communist government.Communism depends on all members of society to work together to achieve one common goal.Because of this, communism tends to be more successful in societies that are small and homogeneous.Party leaders are able to control smaller groups of people Read More …

ASAM 20

One of the original arguments for adding a Bill of Rights to the United States Constitution was that it was needed to protect individuals and minority groups from a potential tyranny of the majority.Whether it was the European Americans, African¬≠Americans,Native Read More …

common sense

Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense is considered the driving force for revolution and freedom. Paine provides many arguments within the pamphlet that helped America strive for independence. More precisely he makes several points on government as a necessary evil, why Read More …

Common Sense

Thomas Paine anonymously published Common Sense as an argument for American Independence.He begins the pamphlet with a general reflection on government and religion and quickly moves toward the colonial viewpoint.Paine expresses his view on society and government.Society is everything constructive Read More …