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    The Molly Maguires

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    poorly and were forced to resort to violent acts. Society may never know what really went on with the Molly Maguires. Did they really commit the violent acts of murder for which they were charged? Or did the vicious, information-seeking, coal company spies who were so desperate for a morsel of intelligence to bring back to their bosses? Perhaps, that’s for you to decide. Bibliography Kenny, Kevin. Making Sense of the Molly Maguires. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998 Broehl Jr., Wayne G. The

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    The Molly Maguires

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    Maguires People of many different nationalities settled in Pennsylvania to work in the coal mines. Conflicts developed not only among people of different cultural backgrounds but also between laborers and owners of the mines. The struggle between labor and management is illustrated in the story of the Molly Maguires, an Irish group which settled in eastern Pennsylvania. The Molly Maguires were perhaps the most gruesome chapter in the history of Pennsylvania. The violent and dramatic case of these

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    Labor Unions

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    Labor Unions were started because of the poor treatment of workers, unsafe, unfair, and unsanitary working conditions that took place in the 19th century. At first it was difficult for these immigrants and unskilled workers to organize a labor union at all, and eventually led achieving some important things such as ending child labor, equal pay for men and women, stopping human body parts from being ground into you hamburger meat, and an 8 hour work day. Since Businesses at this time pretty much

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    Rosenberg Spies

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    Rosenberg Spies In 1951, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were convicted of passing information to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) concerning the construction of nuclear weapons. In 1953, the United States Government executed them. Some say, the Rosenbergs received their just punishment. Many historians feel that the trial was unfair, and that international claims for clemency were wrongly ignored. These historians claim that the Rosenbergs were assassinated by the US government

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    times, many methods of Capital Punishment were used to deter a variety of crimes.  For over a century, the uniform method for executing persons in America was hanging, although starvation was very common also.  There were exceptions which included spies, traitors, and deserters who would face a firing squad.  Then in 1888, New York directed the construction of an "electric chair" (Flanders 11).  It was believed that the new harnessed power of electricity would prove to be a more scientific and

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    Enigma

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    Germany. Without the knowledge of the break in security, Germany sent out a machine to every military outpost in preparations for war. The Polish government then listened closely to the airways, trying to pick up any information they could. They sent spies out to intercept messages in hopes of learning more about their neighbor’s plans. It was only by chance that the polish government was able to break the enigma code the first time. A man working at the Head Quarters in Berlin contacted a French

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    Espionage

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    Espionage: to spy, the gathering of information Espionage is the secret gathering of information on rival countries for military purposes. Espionage can be used in business, military, economic or political decisions however; it is commonly employed government for defensive tactics. Espionage or spying is illegal in many nations however, it gains profits from agencies to protect the secrecy of information that is desired. Espionage is an old ancient craft; it has been used through out history. The

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    without the musketeers because they stayed behind fighting the cardinal’s spies, Buckingham finds out that he has lost 2 of the diamond tags.  So he tells his jeweler to make 2 exact copies of the diamonds.  Thus, Buckinghams gives him the copies, he gives it to d’Artagnan, and he takes it to Paris to give to the queen.  Everything goes as planned. D’Artagnan leaves Paris, because he was in danger of the cardinal’s spies, and goes looks for the musketeers.  He finds all of them exactly where they

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    Robin Hood

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    strategy now? Does he need more people, or could he become more selective in potential recruits? As he said, he's losing touch with his people. He doesn't know half of them. And that's a problem, isn't it? It's a problem because the Sheriff could send in spies. That makes Robin more vulnerable again. Another problem: food is now scarce and resources are low. Further, he needs to decide about the tax issue. He needs to decide about the timing of a campaign against the Sheriff. He needs to decide about accepting

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    plot by Claudius to understand why Hamlet has gone mad.  Thus upon discovering their motives for returning to Denmark, Hamlet no longer has trust or camaraderie for his former friends. In order to cause confusion for both Claudius and the two hired spies, he is participates in dialogue with the two, though his relationship is not the same as it once was.  Instead of an honest friendship, which he has with Horatio, he is very impersonal with Guildenstern and Rosencrantz ever since her learned of their

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