Contemporary globalization has resulted in unintended consequences – the enslavement of the worker and other forms of modern day slavery, human trafficking, in formal and informal world economies.
The consequences of the Industrial Revolution seemed answered by Social Darwinism. But, through Carnegie and Alger, we see that Populism and Progressivism were responses to strengthen the Republic.
I will discuss the philosophical arguments of these viewpoints, their practical implications, and the common theme of defining morality for political thought for the Civil War and a nation as a whole.
Puritans were instrumental in developing these documents and contributed to democratic thought, the development of America’s unique sense of individualism, and the national concept of work ethics.
To Madison, factions were the threat to Republics. In explaining his reasoning and solutions, it is hoped the reader will consider what factions exist today and why the middle class is important.
A traditional German dish for a large family. Two Kansas German favorites are Sauerkraut and dumplings, so why not add them together to make a cheap meal for a large family.
A look at Herbert Marcuse, the Father of the New Left, and his life as an American, his thoughts on Socialism, Capitalism and Technology, Cold War, nature of man and the conditions of his existence.
William Wilberforce, slavery abolitionist, free market classical liberal and Christian, transitions from gradual to immediate emancipation of slavery, in spite of the loss of capitalist commodity.
The second article I have written on Lysias' Murder of Eratosthenes -- the trial of Euphiletos, who murders his wife's lover. His defense is that he is following the law of Athens by killing a thief.
In reading Lysias' story of Eratosthenes and Euphiletos in original Classical Greek, I wrote this review of what Lysias could possibly have meant in Part One of his story. Thanks for reading. Karre.
Nicodemus, Kansas, the only surviving "all black town" in America. The Exodusters from Kentucky and Tennessee came to Kansas after the Reconstruction period had failed following the Civil War.
A look at Jonathan Earle, John Brown’s Raid on Harper’s Ferry: A Brief History With Documents and primary text to determine whether John Brown was a martyr or a madman, or both.
This Hub is a look at possible motivations for Pope Urban II and his call to the Crusades. I use some primary text sources to make my point.
Revisiting Hitler and the occult, this article reviews Peter Levenda's book, Unholy Alliance. Focusing on nationalism and racism, important historical facts lead us to question ourselves.
Here are two ethical questions you must ask yourself when deciding to article spin or article rewrite for the internet.
I, a Christian woman, visited a Mosque, an Islamic Center, in my university town of Manhattan, Kansas. This is an article sharing my experience.