The Declaration of Independence written by Thomas Jefferson in 1776 describes a man's place in society and is divided into political, economic, and social aspects.
Was there ever a point during the after war period when African Americans could be described as equal citizens?No. But does that mean they were second class citizens?...
While there is no single cause for the ongoing urban decay that were currently witnessing in the America today. There are many abandoned businesses, condemned houses, and infastructure issues at hand.
Mythical monsters in fiction, television, and film have served as representations of collective American fears and anxieties. This outline outlines a few of them.
Innocent Life has been taken...again! Where's God? He has been locked out, he is not welcome here.
Leaving the academic world and joining the Navy during the Vietnam War was a unique, trying experience. This hub details why I was in the military and chose the Navy to spend four years of my life.
The Aboriginals of Canada have begun receiving renewed respect across the nations, especially after hosting the 2010 Winter Olympics. Their cultures are fascinating and their people awe inspiring!
An overview of the East Village Other, one of the first underground newspapers in the 1960's.
Technology in the 50s and 60s was less advanced than it is today. This hub tells how the telephone, slide rule, phonograph records, film projectors, and the transistor radio were used in daily life.