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    Soccer has a important place in the history of several countries. It is the most popular sport in the world. I will be exploring soccer’s place in American history and how it has been growing in America throughout the years. I will explore how soccer got to America and how it has spread across the nation. These questions and more will be answered as I explore soccer in America. The origin of soccer in America has long been disputed. Some say that it was brought to America by immigrants. People claim

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    The History of the United States Air Force

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    The United States Air Force is a dedicated and effective establishment, and has been a great advantage in protecting the United States during numerous wars. It all started on August 1, 1907, General James Allen, Cheif Signal Officer or the U.S Army created and established the Aeronautical Division. He entrusted this organization with "All matters pertaining to military ballooning air machines and related subjects." (Creation) Allen then put in command, Captain Charles D. Chander who was assisted

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    Progressive Party was created as a result of President Theodore Roosevelt. They were mostly focused on getting America's financial system back to usual and making essential modifications. Progressive Party of 1912 had been called a political party in the United State and it was created by a split in the Republican Party. This was created by Theodore Roosevelt when he lost the Republican nomination to the ins office President William Howard Taft and drew his delegates out of the conference (Mowry, 1946-1960)

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    widely known in United States history. In the 1960's the civil rights movement demanded legislation and passed laws, which banned discrimination. Five decades later, it still continues in our society. Discrimination and prejudice occur when a group of people feel they are superior to another, and can be based on a person's color, race, national origin, religion, sex and gay couples. “Racism is a form of oppression in which one racial group dominates over others. In the United States and Canada, Whites

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    History Of the Labor Movement in the United States This is a brief history of the labor movement in the United States from the late eighteen hundreds to the present. In 1881 a movement toward organized labor was beginning to be inforced. A group of people from a few trades and industries such as carpenters, cigar- makers, the printers, merchants, and the steel workers met and formed The Federation of Organized Trades And Labor Unions. Although it had little power, the organization

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    Introduction Education experts have spent many years planning and revising learning material and assessment tools to meet the ever-changing social and economical teaching and learning demands in the United States. Rapid growth in technology means that change is constant in the field of education. Educators learn very quickly that change is one aspect of their position that is inevitable, and that effective transformation by stakeholders at every level is necessary in keeping with these demands. Whether

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    History Of United States Coinage (coins)

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    History of United States Coinage Through United States history presidents like Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, Kennedy, Eisenhower and others have been displayed on U.S. Coin heads. The United States mint has also been responsible for designs such as the Indian head, the buffalo, and the ever famous lady liberty. Through the years the U.S. Mints have extended into three branches San Francisco, Denver, and Philadelphia (Yeoman, 2001 edition 101). Those branches are responsible for making certain marks

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    For many years, women have been underestimated largely throughout the years of the United States’ history. Women are commonly known for having protests from voting rights, having the same equality as men, or ability to own property. In the 1960’s, protests for women’s rights were strongly enforced again and it still continues to this day. Women have come a long way. In today’s world, women are now able to have all of that. Many individuals look at a law enforcement position as a ‘man’ job and not

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    Throughout American history, many minority groups have encountered significant barriers to the right to vote. Traditionally, specific populations concerned with protecting their power over others have maintained tight control over this privilege. In doing so, violations of basic human rights have occurred; state and federal governments established voting restrictions based on race. Fortunately, several methods were taken for overcoming these limitations that resulted in the voting practices used

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    Throughout the years there has been the problem of unequal treatment between the people of the United States. This existed all the way back in 1619 when the slaves arrived in North America. The ships were disease ridden and filthy. It was in 1857 when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the slaves had no rights. This was going against the U.S. Constitutions ideals of “all men created equal”. When slave families were sold they often were separated. Back then slaves couldn’t testify against those who

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