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  • Huck's Enlightenment: Huck's Transformation From Having...

    Throughout Mark Twains Adventures Huckleberry Finn, Huck challenges everything society has taught him about racism and eventually forms his own beliefs, based experience. When Huck and Jim first decide to runaway with one another, they form a friendship that is merely based on survival. At the begin...

    Contributed on April 3, 2007
  • Napoleon: Dictator Or Liberator?

    Dictator. Napoleon was born into a noble family in 1769, and showed an interest in the military at an early age. In 1785, Napoleon set out to become a lieutenant in the French artillery. Napoleon was unsuccessful in fighting for Corsican independence, however he returned to France and was seen as a ...

    Contributed on September 4, 2006
  • Karl Marx And Friedrich Engles

    Karl Marx lived from 1818-1883, he organized revolutionary socialists through active campaigning, polemical tracts calling for revolution, such as the Communist Manifesto, which he wrote with Friedrich Engles, and three volumes of scholarly analysis and critique of he capitalist system called Das ka...

    Contributed on September 4, 2006
  • The Conquests Of Alexander The Great

    Alexander the Great, a Macedonian King, is considered one of the most successful and influential military commanders in world history. Alexander was born in July of 356 BC, at Pella, Macedon. He was the son of King Philip II of Macedon and his fourth wife, the Eprius princess, Olympias. However, leg...

    Contributed on September 4, 2006
  • Absolutism In The Seventeenth Century

    Absolutism is a form of government in which only one person holds the absolute power. During this period there was relative political stability throughout Europe, wars still occurred, but on a much less intense level. All the ascendant states (France, Prussia, Austria, Russia, and England) central g...

    Contributed on September 4, 2006
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