A case study of Zara's business operations. Including Zara's location strategy, Zara's advertisement strategy, and Zara's supply chain logistics.
Learn about some of the important milestones of the Civil Rights Movement of the 60s and 70s.
The Importance of Hydrogen Bonding in Water Molecules: Much of water's exceptional characteristics that create an amiable environment for the evolution and continuity of species are directly related to water's ability...
Quite often it’s the not so life-threatening confrontation with life that we feel most threatened by. The standard of human fear is thus without definition. Everyone lays claim to a different host of particular...
The idea of regulation of gene expression centers on the evolutionary selection of energy conservation over energy profligacy. In other words, gene regulation exists because only specific sequences of our genetic code...
This article covers the novel by Alan Taylor entitled "American Colonies", and answers specific questions from each chapter in the novel. This article should assist AP American History students.
A sample response essay to the 2002 AP US History Free Response Question DBQ. The essay looks at how the Era of Good Feelings defined the time period 1815-1825.
The Capitalist Monster: What can be more morally invalidating than enslavement? Some say death. Others say torture. But what if enslavement is a combination of the two; an ultimate death spiral that captures the soul,...
Narrative of Frederick Douglass: Literary and rhetorical Devices that Portray the Brutality of Slavery
Fredrick Douglass Have you ever heard the saying “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”, and then thought: what if both of my legs and arms are severed completely from my body, I am made to be...
Niccolo Machiavellil How does the past influence Machiavelli's thoughts, actions, and values in the The Prince? History is an acceleration of human thought. The culmination of human greatness only quickens as we...
A look at the Federalist and Democratic-Republican struggle during the first couple decades of United States political party development.