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Godfrey Hodgson/America in Our Time
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An 8 page analysis of historian Godfrey Hodgson's study of American culture, America in Our Time. In this book, Hodgson argues that the period from the inauguration of JFK in 1960 through the second inauguration of Richard Nixon constitutes an era that was so radically different from what preceded it and followed it that it constitutes a specific 'age,' in and of itself. His arguments are most persuasive and the writer demonstrates that Hodgson carries off this premise extremely well. No additional sources cited.
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Hersh's 'The Dark Side of Camelot':
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A five page paper looking at Seymour Hersh's book on the life and times of John F. Kennedy. The paper charges that the unremittingly vicious view of the former President is not warranted because Hersh is judging Kennedy's actions in the 1950s and 1960s by the standards of today. Bibliography lists one source.
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John F. Kennedy: The Rhetoric of the Times
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A 7 page overview of the Kennedy administration and the rhetoric employed by it. Emphasizes the lofty goals of Kennedy's inaugural address and contrasts his actual accomplishments with those goals. Concludes that while Kennedy proclaimed 'Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country', what we should ask is what did Kennedy actually do for his country and how does this differ from our cultural memory of him. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Assassination of John F. Kennedy : There is a precise date associated with the fall of the modern day legend of Camelot
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November 22, 1963. On this date, in Dallas, Texas; President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed by Lee Harvey Oswald. At that point in history, secrecy was a common method of maintaining national security. It was the height of the cold war, an era of paranoia and covert operations. This 8 page paper examines two conspiracy theories that have been advocated in the years since the assassination. It also looks at the scenario of Oswald working alone. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Power in the Intergovernmental System
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Some analysts would claim that power in the recently established intergovernmental system resides with the big states, those with the highest populations and, hence, the most voting power. Others claim the main power in the intergovernmental system resides with those states smart enough to get the most federal monies in the form of block grants by putting in the best applications for those grants. Some say it resides with big business. This paper posits that the power, for the moment, resides with the federal government. Bibliography lists 4 sources. JVintgov.rtf
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Office Of The Presidency
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This 8 page paper examines the presidential role in foreign affairs, particularly focusing on the impact that World War I had on the office itself. The thesis is that Woodrow Wilson's testing of limits during the war provided a breeding ground for change in the presidency. Several post war events are discussed, with an emphasis on President Bush's utilization of power during the Gulf War. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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President Bush and The Gulf War
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9 pages analyzing ex-President George Bush's decision to enter the Persian Gulf Conflict. Focuses on his misuse of Presidential power. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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F.D.R.'s 'New Deal'
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A comprehensive 12 page overview of Franklin D. Roosevelt's 'New Deal.' The writer explains the President's program and discusses the various measures that FDR took including those concerning labor, agriculture, restoring public confidence in banking, and more. Statistical information concerning government funding and its ultimate effectiveness is provided. Several sources footnoted.
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William E. Leuchtenburg/The FDR Years
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A 5 page analysis of Leuchtenburg's insightful commentary on the legacy of the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. According to Leuchtenburg, a constitutional crisis occurred in the 1930s when Roosevelt was increasingly rebuffed by a highly conservative and seemingly unswayable Supreme Court's rejection of the his New Deal program to meet the needs of America's economic collapse. Leuchtenburg skillfully traces the development of FDR's plan to counter this opposition and the subsequent developments are discussed. No additional sources cited.
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