The communist takeover in post-war Eastern Europe was a slow and gradual process. During the late 1940s and early1950s, the communist Soviet Union and the socialist satellite nations merged together to create totalitarian police states all over Eastern Europe to prevent the extremists...
Revenue recognition is one of the most fundamental principles one will encounter in Accounting. Individuals and business entities are required to recognize revenue for accounting purposes at various points of financial transactions.
In Democracy in America, French diplomat Alexis de Tocqueville compares and contrasts the lives of American women to the lives of European women in the 1830s. He makes these different observations in terms of their sound social upbringing that leads to their strong moral character development.
This article discusses Mary, Queen of Scots, by examining the works of two modern Tudor historians: Retha M. Warnicke and Stephen Budiansky.
This is my review of Stella M. Rouse's "Latinos in the Legislative Process: Interests and Influence."