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African Americans of the Harlem Renaissance

Introduction An era that started around 1919 and went on until the mid-1930s is termed the Harlem Renaissance. This era is mostly considered to have declined in the wake of the Great Depression. As a cultural movement, the Harlem Renaissance saw the introduction of the African American culture into the Northern, North Eastern, and Mid…

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Joseph Lee and the Playground Movement

Abstract The playground movement played a great role in American history and society. Due to this movement, recreation and leisure concepts completely changed. It was believed that due to recreation and play, children will be able to develop in a more effective and appropriate way. The paper describes Joseph Lee as one of the most…

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American Dream Trend Report

The question of the American Dream can be regarded from various perspectives, including sociological, cultural, conceptual, historical, and economic ones. The latter perspective has to be applied in order to measure the economic well-being through the study of wealth as being an indicator of the American Dream. Since the main argument of the report is…

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The History of Slavery and Its Impacts on Contemporary Society

Introduction Slavery is an indispensable chapter of world history – it was actively practiced all around the globe in such countries as Greece or Rome. Generally, slaves were used in a broad range of different spheres: agriculture, construction, culture (actors, painters), services (servants, cleaners, cooks), education (teachers, professors), and international relations (interpreters). Slaves were mostly…

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The Spread of Islam in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian region comprises the territories of three countries: Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand. Contrary to a common belief that the Middle East has the highest number of Muslim citizens in the world, Southeast Asia is not only the region most densely inhabited with Muslims; it also includes the country with the biggest Muslim population, Indonesia….

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American History: American City

American City as a Locus of Opportunity in the Years 1870–1913 The larger part of the contemporary era, more Americans have lived in the city rather than in the countryside. This is a striking contrast to the early colonial days and even after gaining independence when most of the Americans lived in the country. The…

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