Karmaveerar Kamarajar History Essays and Term Papers

  • The Political Career of Kamarajar

    The political career of Kumaraswamy Kamaraj (1903-1975) spanning about 50 years, cutting across the colonial and post-independent phases, of Indian history, is indeed an enviable record. Representing a novel political culture neither bordering on Gandhian thought and action nor possessing the anglicised...

      1596 Words | 5 Pages   C. Rajagopalachari, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam

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    Why was the March 1917 revolution successful? Victoria Ríos Esteve y Sofía Pasarin b) The factors of the 1905 Revolution and 1907's are very similar. The 1905 Revolution would have succed if the Tsar would care less. He coped very well with the situation. The well-organized tsarist goverment caused...

      1075 Words | 3 Pages   Revolution of 1905, Russian Revolution, October Manifesto, Russian Empire

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    This is a timeline of Philippine history, comprising important legal and territorial changes and political events in the Philippines and their predecessor states. To read about the background to these events, see History of the Philippines. See also the list of Presidents of the Philippines. This...

      6958 Words | 26 Pages   Lakandula, Corregidor Island, History of the Philippines (1898–1946), Commonwealth of the Philippines

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    and of the several States.’ (From ‘A well-paid slave’) He was outraged because of the unwanted trade, and he decided to make a frontal challenge to history of Major league Baseball. He asserted his right to be offered a contract from other teams. However, his request was ignored by Bowie Kuhn who was a...

      1339 Words | 4 Pages   Major League Baseball Players Association, Commissioner of Baseball, Reserve clause, Collective bargaining

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    Legislative Process Article I, Section I, of the Constitution states, “ All Legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives” (Harrison et all 365). The process of making a law is intentionally a long...

      380 Words | 2 Pages   United States Congress, Veto, Article One of the United States Constitution, United States House of Representatives

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    Priscilla Brown March 25, 2013 HIST101-1301B-03 Phase 5 Individual Project Watergate Watergate is a term used to describe a difficult web of political scandals between 1972 and 1974. The word refers to the Watergate hotel in Washington D.C. Watergate has entered the political lexicon as a...

      611 Words | 2 Pages   Deep Throat (Watergate), Watergate scandal, Pentagon Papers, Carl Bernstein

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    Damian Rodriguez Professor Vasquez U.S History 101 13 February 2014 Exam 1 Does Zinn argue that the Fourteenth Amendment was an effective tool in protecting African Americans? The Fourteenth Amendment was created to “protect” African Americans, but were...

      882 Words | 3 Pages   Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Disfranchisement after the Reconstruction Era, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Civil Rights Act of 1964

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    Kathryn Drake History 133-008 11:00 – 11:50 16 November 2011 Chapter 1 The Native Americans October 11, 1492 1. Why do we say that Columbus discovered America when there were already one hundred million people here? Even though the Indians lived hear first the Europeans did not know about...

      1890 Words | 7 Pages   Seneca Falls Convention, Federalist Party, Democratic-Republican Party, William Lloyd Garrison

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    fully and adequately to reproduce the exact Voice of the Black Woman." In "The History of Mary Prince, A West Indian Slave. Related by Herself," one can hear the enslaved Caribbean woman’s voice "in her own write." In her history, she is the unquestionable authority in the telling of her story. She is the...

      761 Words | 3 Pages   Slavery in Brazil, Slavery in the United States

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    M.ALI: 1965 On November 27, Coretta Scott King, SDS President Carl Oglesby, and Dr. Benjamin Spock, among others, spoke at an anti-war rally of about 30,000 in Washington, D.C., in the largest demonstration to date. Parallel protests occurred elsewhere around the nation. On that same day, President...

      2232 Words | 6 Pages   Muhammad Ali, Opposition to United States involvement in the Vietnam War, Jury

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    soldiers were decapitation, alive burning, nailing to trees, live burial, and hanging by the tongue. Some people were beaten to death.According to the history record, there is a “Ten-Thousand-Corpse Ditch” which measuring about 300m long and 5m wide. Nearly 12,000 victims were thrown away in here within the...

      480 Words | 2 Pages   Nanking Massacre

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    Time Machine: What would it be like if you could travel back in time and relive those days? And whoosh…it comes true. Imagine you are a part of the history that we read today. Write a brief account of the happenings as an outsider/participant of that event. You may write it as (a)A creative piece i.e a...

      882 Words | 3 Pages  

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     History 147 Essay #5 03/15/13 Was Reconstruction a Failure? A) Introduction The reconstruction started to be in effect after the Civil War. The Civil War was a conflict between the north and south. The main cause of the Civil War was slavery and how the north and south viewed it. After the...

      2096 Words | 6 Pages   Racial segregation in the United States, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Equal Protection Clause, Due Process Clause

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    EULOGY Today we all are gather here to pay tribute and honor to one of the American history’s important contributor during the peak of industrialization era when wage earners began to start rising in factories and decided to go on strikes because of poor working conditions and low wages. The Civil...

      543 Words | 2 Pages   Knights of Labor, Trade union, Craft unionism, American Federation of Labor

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    jmjklST. HUGH’S HIGH SCHOOL CARIBBEAN HISTORY-- CSEC SBA GUIDELINES This hand-out belongs to: _______________________________ • The School Based Assessment is ONE RESEARCH project/paper. This contributes 21% of the final grade for the external examination. The project will be marked out...

      1367 Words | 8 Pages   Slavery in the United States

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    The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen In 1789 The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen was formed. This document served an important part in starting the in French Revolution. The revolution began as a rebellion against the rule of King Louis XVI and soon developed into a movement...

      544 Words | 2 Pages   Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, Natural and legal rights

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    Andre Gunder Frank The Five Thousand Year World System Introduction Our thesis is that the contemporary world system has a history of at least five thousand years. The rise to dominance of Europe and the West in this world system are only recent -- and perhaps passing -- events. Thus, our thesis...

      20069 Words | 52 Pages   World-systems theory, World history, Afrocentrism, Historiography

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    AGAIN OR HAVE THINGS YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND OF MY CORRECTIONS**** The significance of the Canadarm (Shuttle Remote Manipulator System) to Canadian history is its outstanding performance, showing Canada’s scientific knowledge and marking its close collaboration with NASA. It was able to solve problems...

      917 Words | 3 Pages   Space Shuttle

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    Tory- A member of a British political party, founded in 1689, that was the opposition party to the Whigs and has been known as the Conservative Party since about 1832 Correspondence- The act, fact, or state of agreeing or conforming. Embargo- A government order prohibiting the movement of merchant...

      881 Words | 3 Pages   Nobility, The Crown, Capitalism, Mercantilism

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    being segregated. This became a frustration to many especially African Americans and as a result the civil rights movement began. Never in American history had a movement such as this occurred. Minorities were standing up and fighting for desegregation. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the great leaders...

      1334 Words | 4 Pages   Presidency of Jimmy Carter, Conservatism in the United States, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68), Ronald Reagan

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