US Foreign Policy (1890-1914)

The United States' approach to foreign policy had not changed conceptually from the days it signed its independence. These ideas were primarily based on protecting US interests overseas and restricting foreign influences in the Americas.Once they furthered themselves politically and economically, they gained the status of being a world power Read more…

US Family Structure: Colonial

US Family Structure: Colonial to Domestic StructureThe ideals of an American household from the late 18th century to the late 19th century shifts from a colonial to a domestic family.This is partially due to the change in economic and social conditions.European immigrants and middle-class white families conform to the new Read more…

US expansion

America acquired a lot of land over a short period time starting from about 1783 to about 1848. America did so in a few different ways such as war, treaty, annexation and purchase. In this essay I will discuss some of the different states we gained and how we gain Read more…

US Draft

The Vietnam War was the subject matter of many debates during the 1960’s and the 1970’s. War advocates and anti-war activists voiced their opinions all throughout the nation about our country's involvement in Vietnam. People from all walks of life, from politicians to hippies, spoke out about the war.It was Read more…

US Constitution

The Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia in May 1787 for the purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation. Almost immediately, delegates unanimously agreed on the need to replace the Articles with a new document that created a stronger central government. However, the delegates could agree on little else after that.The Read more…

US constitution

After the Revolution, the 13 colonies set up a very weak national government under the powers of the Articles of the Confederation. This new government was not able to create revenue for the nation. It was not able to support foreign trade. The 13 states were in fact more powerful Read more…

US Civil War

The existence of United States of America as a separate independent country was declared during the American Revolution of 1789. Thus, Americans still had to fight for their independence in the War of 1812 against Great Britain. This war was considered to be America's second Revolution. And due to the Read more…

US Army

In 1829, Andrew Jackson enacted a law that forced all Indians to move west to land that was set aside for them.Before the Indians settled on their new land, more white settlers moved in and searched for gold.They took away land set aside for the Indians.The whites again moved westward Read more…

US Achievements In WW!

President Woodrow Wilson announces his Declaration of War in April of 1917.The United States wanted nothing to do with this war, yet were somehow dragged in.It all started in March of 1917 when Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany decided that unrestricted submarine warfare was the only way to stop war goods Read more…

US & Saudi Arabia

In the late 40's Herbert Feis, a United States' State Department analysis, determined that a certain Arab nation in the Middle East has "one of the greatest material prizes in world history": oil reserves.The United States government has bargained over $100 billion in military goods, services, and Cold War-era bases, Read more…

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