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Interest Group Politics

Introduction The political system of the United States is distinct from other world democracies and has been recognized by many as the best form of representation. The American voting system, election cycle, and presidential elections are always a high-stakes affair, replete of lobbyists and power brokers. In such a political environment, interest groups play a […] Read more >>

03.07.2020
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African-American Studies: The Sharecropping System

The Sharecropping System The sharecropping system was an agricultural system where an owner of a land piece leased it to another person to plant crops in return for a share of them when crops are harvested. This essay outlines the reasons why black people preferred this system to the wage-labor one, and why they ended […] Read more >>

03.07.2020
Ottoman Culture and Art
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Ottoman Culture and Art

The development of the Ottoman culture took centuries of absorption, adaptation, and modification of the cultures created by the defeated lands and their populations. In the course of its history, the Ottoman Empire was inhabited by Assyrians, Byzantine Greeks, Jews, and Armenians. Each of these nations had a particular autonomy under the rule of the […] Read more >>

02.04.2020
Armenian Genocide
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Armenian Genocide

Introduction The 20th century was marred by slaughterous wars, deadly plagues, horrendous genocides, natural and man-made disasters, and other kinds of unadulterated violence. All these calamities decimated millions of people. In fact, an estimated 17 million people lost their lives in the crucible of World War I. Two decades later, World War II turned Europe […] Read more >>

02.04.2020
History of Food Microbiology
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History of Food Microbiology

People recognized many of the processes caused by microorganisms since the old times, but they did not know the true causes of these phenomena. The lack of information about the nature of these organisms, nevertheless, did not stop scientists observing, and even using a number of these processes in real life. The knowledge of the […] Read more >>

01.04.2020
The Center for Community Change
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Organization of Center for Community Change and How It Pursues Its Policy Interests

1. Introduction Globally, establishing a movement requires organizations and people to be in activism and campaign modes. Members of a movement continuously fight against the faced challenges; sometimes, they are perceived to go against the norms that the group works for or mobilize to achieve in the next win. The Center for Community Change (CCC), […] Read more >>

04.03.2020
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Preservation of Auschwitz

Human memory is faulty; thus, significant events occurring in the history of humanity tend to be forgotten with time or reinterpreted in a way that completely changes their meaning. Moreover, some events and phenomena are so controversial that different groups of people voice different opinions relating to them, thereby proving the need for some objective […] Read more >>

02.03.2020
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Slavery in the United States

Abstract African Americans constitute a substantial minority group in the population of the United States. This group has passed a long and complicated way of development to reach its current level in America. Black people were transported to the continent as slaves to satisfy the labor needs of the European colonists and lived in extremely […] Read more >>

13.02.2020
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Military Relations between France and the United Arab Emirates

Diplomatic ties between France and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have grown significantly closer over the past years. The cordial relations between these two countries encouraged the development of stronger military ties, which led to the establishment of a French military base in the UAE in 2009. In this essay, we will outline the history […] Read more >>

13.02.2020
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Inequality in Egypt

Inequality in Contemporary Egypt and Suggestions How to Solve the Problem Based on the Works of Karl Marx and Frantz Fanon Violence, disorders, and revolution in Egypt are provoked by fundamental social inequality. This aspect of social relations has long existed and has been deeply rooted in the historical and cultural development of Egypt. The […] Read more >>

05.02.2020