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Politics & History Articles

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By: David Zheng on Apr 05 | Topic Expertise:

In this world history is written by the victor. Whether the conquistadores were heroes or villains is only a matter of opinion. Given all the history textbooks that we have...

Type: General Article | Category: Politics & History
By: David Zheng on Apr 05 | Topic Expertise:

The War for Independence also known as the American Revolution was a conflict between Britain and their American colonists. It was ignited by the financial costs of the Anglo-French wars...

Type: General Article | Category: Politics & History
By: Matthew Knight on Feb 10 | Topic Expertise:

The American Gold Rush started in 1848 when James Marshall discovered gold whilst building a sawmill in the Sierra foothills. Word got out about the discovery and people from all...

Type: General Article | Category: Politics & History
By: Matthew Knight on Feb 11 | Topic Expertise:

Meriwether Lewis (1774-1809) and William Clark (1770-1838) are most famous for being the first men, along with the rest of the Corps of Discovery, to explore and map the American...

Type: General Article | Category: Politics & History
By: David Zheng on Apr 05 | Topic Expertise:

The infamous Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 was a compilation of four laws that were passed by the Federalist government in 1798. They were written and passed to ensure...

Type: General Article | Category: Politics & History
By: David Zheng on Apr 05 | Topic Expertise:

Hammurabi’s code of laws had a very basic concept of punishment. If you killed somebody, you die. If you are a thief, you are robbed of your hands, etc. I...

Type: General Article | Category: Politics & History