Stock Market Crash

Name of Student Name of Supervisor Subject Code Date Stock Market Crash Dear aunt, Hope this letter finds you in the best of health and in good spirits. It’s been a long time since I last wrote to you but you will surely forgive me when you learn of my circumstances. As you know, I was working as a manager in an automobile factory and was doing reasonably well. But, due to the stock market crash all my investments have become worthless and my company is at the doorstep of bankruptcy. From the three-bedroom apartment in the suburbs we have shifted to a single room flat and all seven of us are living there now. I don’t know for how long I will be able to keep my job. Moreover, with an...

Creative Writing History

Student Name Instructor Subject Date Social Studies – Continuing Transformation ANDREW JACKSON’S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN Just like the nation of the United States of America, Andrew Jackson is largely the product of war. He is no stranger to bloodshed, struggle, pain, and servitude. In fact, it pains him to see his nation submit to them presently, even after half a century of independence. However, the fact stands: a war is raging. This peacetime is an illusion. Beneath the tapestry of apparent unity lie tangled webs of factionalism and rivalry, which serve to destroy the peace that the nation so covets. Andrew says that he “was born for the storm, and that the calm does not...

Short story

Student’s Name Tutor’s Name Course Name Date of Submission "Tariff of 1828." Introduction In the history of the United States, 1828 is a year to remember. John Quincy Adams was the president during this era when the famous “Tariff of 1828” was passed by the U.S Congress to act as a “protective tariff”. Its main aim was to protect industries in the northern part of the U.S. The southerners termed it as the “Tariff of Abomination” due to the effects it caused to the southern economy. This essay composes a discussion between three senators representing three regions, discussing the “Tariff of 1828.” From the discussion, the definition of terms such as tariffs, ‘revenue’...

Pres. Franklin Pierce on Slavery and the Kansas-Nebraska Act

Franklin Pierce’s Take on Slavery and the Kansas-Nebraska Act In this essay, we shall provide an editorial response to two important issues during President Franklin Pierce office. Using the sources available, we intend to address the question in the way, the former president would have done it. The Kansas-Nebraska Act Editorial Response As you might know, on May 30, Senator Stephen Douglas, of Illinois introduced the Kansas-Nebraska Act (Malin, 1953). The Act stipulated that the residents of each territory had the right to decide if slavery is permitted, or not. Sadly, the decision have become a difficult subject during my office, and here I deem worthy, addressing the nation during...

World War I Soldier

World War 1 Soldiers Student’s name Institution Introduction The second battle of the Marne was forth between July and August of 1918 during the First World War. The war was between The Germans and the French armies. The French army had been pushed across the Marne River, by the advancement of the German troops. Latter Allied forces that included Britain and Italy joined to help the French troops. The entry of American as one of the Allies marked a turning point for the Battle. The American troops had no experience in the wars. However, they were a new energy to steer the exhausted Allied forces to victory (Stouffer, Lumsdaine, Lumsdaine, Williams, Smith, & Cottrell, 1949). The victory of...

Topic I. Bernard of Clairvaux, Stoicism, and Jesus

Bernard of Clairvaux, Stoicism, and Jesus Name: Institution: Bernard of Clairvaux, Stoicism, and Jesus According to Bernard, new Chivalry entails that as a Christ knight is any person chosen as God’s agent against those doing evil things and he or she is a beneficiary of both to Christ and to himself. When a Knight dies, he or she is a beneficiary to himself, but when he survives, he is considered to be a beneficiary of Christ (Lansing & English, 2009). He points that when an agent of God is killed, he does not simply perish, but he is considered to have won through until the end of his life. On the other hand, secular chivalry has been defined as some mode of wickedness outright,...

The American Annexation of the Philippines

Name Instructor Course Date The American Annexation of the Philippines The annexation of Philippines occurred in 1899 after a bloody war between Spain and the Philippines. The Philippines was rich and had plenty of resources that were in great demand from both Spain and the United States. The United States wanted to expand their business empire regarding investments. The Philippines was fighting the Spain at the time. President William McKinley, a Republican, was not ready to let the Philippines fall into the hands of the Spanish, as that could be a sign of cowardice. Furthermore, letting the Philippines fall into the hands of the French or the Germany would not be good for business because they were...

The Cohoes Fall in Cohoes, New York

Name Professor Title Date The Cohoes Fall in Cohoes, New York Visitors throng the Cohoes, and often like going to the Cohoes Falls because of its magnificence and history. The history of the region has never been mentioned without including the falls as it is an important aspect of the redevelopment agenda in the city. Throughout the region’s history, the falls have become an important facet which has kept more people visit the region from different regions of the world. The renovated region in the falls allows visitors to have a spectacular view of the fall. The history of the fall is fascinating as it provides insights into past attractions which brought about peace and gatherings without...

Points of Creation versus Points of Destruction on Divergent Views

Name Subject Tutor Date Slavery Slavery is goodSlavery existed in the human race for thousands of years. Most societies in all parts of the world have documented about slavery. Communities such as Christians, Muslims, Chinese, African communities and many others had slavery. Therefore, to live in the world without slavery took effort. As societies became civilized, eccentrics emerged to oppose it. Most of them argued that slavery was a moral monstrosity. However, there were those that were for slavery. Some of the supporters of slavery argued that slavery is natural. Societies are complex, and therefore people differ. There are different levels in society, and, therefore, there are...

Texas leads in Greenhouse Gas Emissions for the U.S

Texas Leads in Greenhouse Gas Emissions for the U.S Name of Student Institution Affiliation Abstract Texas has been ranked the leading greenhouse gas emitter among the states that are under the administration of America. Therefore, this paper shall discuss the reasons that have led to the focus on why Texas has been ranked as the number one emitter of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases. This shall be in comparison to the other states that make up the United States of America. On the same note, the paper shall focus on the strategies that can be adopted to reduce the emissions of the greenhouse gases so as to improve the health conditions of the state of Texas and...