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    WOMEN'S RIGHTS. Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than men. Wifehood and motherhood were regarded as women's most significant professions. In the 20th century, however, women in most nations won the right to vote and increased their educational and job opportunities. Perhaps most important, they fought for and to a large degree accomplished a reevaluation of traditional views of their role in society. Early Attitudes Toward Women Since

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    The Eighteenth Century During the 18th century, Louis XV became the King of France at age 5. A new style, Rococo, was introduced which created a more slender and delicate appearance with an asymmetrical balance. Also, during this period of time France was involved in many wars which caused the country to go into debt. Louis XV died in 1774 who was known to be the most hated king. His grandson, Louis XVI became king. At the age of 14, he married an Austrian princess, Marie Antoinette, who did not

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    The 21st Century

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    many things that make the 21st century a notable period of time, there are also flaws that are impossible to understand why it happens. There are 10 things that were particularly interesting, and seemed to be unique to our century-Remote controls, brands, cars, politics, war, Chinese manufactured products, economy, the news, bullying, the end of the world, and drug abuse. All of these have elements that make people wonder what the problem with people is in this century. The first example is remote

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    The 19th century woman is very comparable to the 21st century woman. They each have their unique strengths and weakness. Who is better; weaker, stronger? Between women of the 19th century and the 21st century, they each have fashion styles, rights, and roles that show how their lives are alike and different. The women of the 19th century had a unique style, very little rights, and hard roles. The waistline was at the natural place. This made the clothes tighter. The skirt shaped to look like a bell

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    will discuss how animal testing began, what companies do and do not test products on animals, some alternatives to animal testing, and the awareness and prevention that demands our help. Experimentation on live animals began as early as the 17th Century. Philosopher Jeremy Bentham rejected Philosopher Rene Descartes’ theory that animals are not able to reason and therefore do not feel pain. Bentham’s philosophy on animals was: “ The question is not can they reason? Nor, can they talk? but, can they

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    castles had the same basic layout, they had different styles due to the involvement of different contractors. Castles from the late thirteenth century were superior from previous ones in late tenth century in terms of structure, their purpose and who used them. Castles from the late tenth century were not as developed as those in the late thirteenth century in terms of architectural structure. Castles were built in strategic locations, such as high areas of land, in order to view incoming enemies

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    Music written since 1900 is called twentieth century music. There have been more types and styles of music written in the twentieth century then ever before. In the twentieth century, the only limit is the composer's imagination. This great variety of musical styles reflected the diversity of life during the early twentieth century. More people were free to choose where to live, how to earn a living, and how to spend their time. The car, airplane, telephone, phonograph, movies, and radio all made

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    flannel shirts. But how far back do the repeating trends go? Styles from the 20th century repeat but some trends and styles you see today go back much further than that. Although 18th century clothing was a lot more elaborate then todays you can see its influence in fashion today. Although there are several examples of this two that will be discussed are the corset and the mens suit. During the 18th century Americans started to develop their own style slowly but were influenced by European

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    Greek Theatre in 5th Century BCE The Ancient Greeks, probably one of the most fascinating civilizations to study contributed several discoveries and technological advancements. One can not discuss the Greeks without discussing Greek Theatre though. Greek Theater paved the way for literature and art in later history in many ways. If it wasn’t for Greek Theatre famous play writers like Shakespeare would have never done what they are so very well known for. When studying Greek Theatre it is virtually

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    Tuberculosis in the Nineteenth Century

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    In David Barnes book, The Making of a Social Disease: Tuberculosis in Nineteenth-Century France, Barnes challenges the reader by questioning the way we see medicine. In the introduction of the book, Barnes first sentence creates a subtitle scare in the reader with the first few lines of “Tuberculosis is back. In most developed nations, a steady decline throughout most of the twentieth century reversed itself beginning in the mid­1980s, and cases of the disease have increased ever since” (Barnes

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