United States Essay Examples

American Revolution

The American Revolution is said to be one of the most impacted events that shaped America into what it is today. The American Revolution was also known as the American War of Independence, which lasted for eight long dreadful years. There were many causes that caused the revolution which also lead to terrible events afterwards… View Article

Future of Educational Finance

Gary Marx stated “identifying, monitoring and considering the implications of trends is one of the most basic processes for creating the future” (Stevenson, 2010 p. 1). The world of education is forever changing at a pace that gets more rapid as the years go on. The decisions made in the past have laid the foundation… View Article

Letter to Congress

My name is … and I am writing as your constituent in the 53rd Congressional district of California. I am writing to ask you to cosponsor Rep. John Conyers’ Expanded and Improved Medicare for All Act (H.R. 676). United States House of Representatives Bill Number 676 is the proposed U.S. legislation to establish single-payer health… View Article

Hollywood’s influence on global culture

1.In what ways do Hollywood movies affect national culture outside of the United States? First, Hollywood is a famous and great brand all round the world and it is true that it has a lot of good movies which left praise word. Thus, it has a lot of fans. Second, Hollywood is good at creation… View Article

Long Essay

Support, Modify, or Refute: The Monroe Doctrine ushered in a new era of US foreign policy The Monroe Doctrine was established in the early 19th century written by, of course, James Monroe. This document ushered in a new era of US foreign policy by stepping their foot down and showing the rest of the world… View Article

Models of American Ethnicities

How does Fredrickson distinguish between race and ethnicity? How and under what circumstances can ethnicity become racialized’ (para.2)? Fredrickson says that “It can be misleading to make a sharp distinction between race and ethnicity when considering intergroup relations in American history” He means that these terms do not have clear distinctions and have evolved over… View Article

Similarities and Differences

Comparisons between the iGAAP and U.S. GAAP There happens to be important resemblances and dissimilarities between International GAAP and the United States GAAP in the accounting for intangible assets. Resemblances as well as dissimilarities should not come at a surprise to the accounting profession. U.S. GAAP compared to any other entity has similarities and differences,… View Article

United states constitution

QUESTION: It has been argued that united states constitution came about primarily through an evolving series og meetings, conventions, and congresses. support, modify, or refute this contention using specific evidence. In Philadelphia, 1787 the united states constitution was drafted in a series of meetings and conventions. None of the delegates were interested in a meeting… View Article

As Long as the Grass Grows or Water Runs

Directions: As you read the chapter, think about and answer the following questions. What is the major theme in this chapter? The major theme was Native American survival and the effects of Americans taking their land, raiding their communities, and spreading diseases. What evidence does Zinn cite to illustrate the overall impact of Indian removal?… View Article

What Patriotism Means to Me?

I believe the word Patriotism is a word that you cannot describe with only one word. Patriotism isn’t something you know or read about, but it is a feeling that can describe itself in many different ways. You can feel Patriotic, but not really know what it means. It is a word that can change… View Article

Human right issues

India’s earliest settlements are believed to have developed in the culture hearths of the Indus Valley around 2600 B.C.E. and in the Ganges Valley around 1500 B.C.E. These societies were mainly composed of ethnic Dravidians who had an economy based on commerce and agricultural trade. Aryan tribes are believed to have then invaded the area… View Article

Healthcare in the United States

Health care around the world is very different. The United States is a pluralistic, privately owned system. They are technology driven, and an insurance based type of health care. They have issues with the cost rising versus the people receiving benefits. Germany, Canada, and Great Britain all use a universal type of health care where… View Article

Leading Marines

Originator: Lance Corporal Steven M. Spencer / 1262282666 / 0431 Task: Provide an essay summarizing MCWP 6-11 Leading Marines, also answer the question of, ‘Why did the Commandant of the United States Marine Corps want every Marine to read MCWP 6-11’, with 1000-1500 words. Method: By reading MCWP 6-11 Leading Marines, answer and write an… View Article

We Have No Class (Middle Class)

In Paul Krugman’s Confronting Inequality, we are told, as citizens of the United States, the damages of high and rising inequality within our country. Krugman describes America as a place of unclear economic progress for the middle class while the share of economic growth in the past 3 decades has gone to the wealthy 1%…. View Article

Oppisition Arguments

Animals deserve the same rights as people because they can feel pain; therefore, everyone in the world should become vegetarians. Animals do not deserve the same rights as humans. If so then we should give plants and vegetables rights as well. We kill a lot more plants then we do animals, so I believe that… View Article