United States Essay Topics

Miranda v. Arizona

Supreme Court Decision: The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of Miranda and it also enforced the Miranda warning to be given to a person being interrogated while in the custody of the police. Miranda Warning: You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say or do can and will be held against you… View Article

American Art Project

It is believable that John Vanderlyn, in his painting Landing of Columbus, was trying to portray the success of Columbus and his crew. Columbus heroic stance and elegant expression are made all the more impressive in comparison to the native people who witness the event. The Native Americans are naked, fearful or subservient, bowing down… View Article

American Dream Short Essay

Since the United States of America was born the “American Dream” has been alive. When it was first established the “American Dream” was defined as the ability of having freedom, democracy, and financial stability. Today it appears that the “American Dream” has faded there is poverty, crime, government taking full control, and the social classes… View Article

Daughter from DaNang

Micro Assessment The majority of developmental theories say that children must develop a secure primary attachment in order to develop in a healthy manner. A secure and strong attachment is clearly essential for healthy future relationships. John Bowlby’s studies in childhood development led him to the conclusion that a strong attachment to a caregiver provides… View Article

Policing Practices and Operations

Law enforcement officers have many duties. Law enforcement officers are sworn to serve and protect society as well as to fight crime. They also maintain order within their jurisdiction, as well as providing other services that the community will benefit from. Most of the time, police officers are considered to be crime fighters, in which… View Article

Constitution in USA

A constitution is either a written (codified) or unwritten (uncodified) body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state is acknowledged to be governed. Generally, a constitution is only written after a major event. In the case of America their constitution was written in 1787, after the American Revolutionary War came to… View Article

Business primary motive

1a)Every business’ primary motive is to make profit. Here, the question is whether a company or a business should give up its economic advantage at the time of the crisis? Does anything change at the time of the crisis for a business? According to me, yes. Though every business aims to make profits, they have… View Article

Rhetorical Analysis

Abraham Lincoln’s “Second Inaugural Address” and Emily Dickinson’s “Success is Counted Sweet,” are two inspirational pieces of art that fall under two different types of discourses. The “Second Inaugural Address,” is a great example and definition of what Rhetoric is. It encompasses all four resources of languages- argument, appeal, arrangement, and artistic devices. “Success is… View Article

Imperialism in the late 19th century

In the late 19th century Americans fully embraced the concept of American exceptionalism, believing the “United States had a destiny unique among nations to foster democracy and civilization.” With this ideology, Social Darwinism, Anglo-Saxon, naval expansion, and the need for market promoted the rise to imperialism in the United States. When the Americans moved west… View Article

Sam Houston and the American Southwest

Sam Houston was born from Scottish-Irish decent. His forefathers were immigrants that had settled in Pennsylvania and migrated south towards Virginia. Houston’s grandfather, John Houston, established the successful Timber Ridge plantation and his father, Samuel Houston, was a member of the revolutionary army, attaining the rank of major. Sam Houston was born in 1793 the… View Article

Border-Fencing-a Needed Necessity Or a Wanted Necessity?

Many people don’t believe that Border-Fencing is needed, while others do feel it is necessary that Border-Fencing be put in place. Border-Fencing is needed due to all the jobs being taken by illegal immigrants. Building the fence would help keep illegal immigrants out and would create jobs.The southern border of the United States is shared… View Article

Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You…

As a president of a biggest country of the world, we can see that our president is skillful speaker. He is the one of greatest american speakers. One of his famous speech is ” Ask not what your country can do for you” when he is in his inaugural address. President Kennedy have used many… View Article

Interoffice Memorandum

In recent months, the Roanoke office has had complaints from four clients. Customer satisfaction is declining; this is partly due to low morale among the branch’s employees. It has come to my attention that some of the graphic designers and art directors feel that their ideas are not being taken seriously. All the while, employees… View Article

Differences between Colonial Regions

Introduction The New England, Middle and Southern colonies were the part of the New World which used to belong to the British. Although the colonies all had good things, all of the regions had things that didn´t help them grow as a region. Some colonies had rocky soil for example. Having a good climate and… View Article

The Dream Act

Also known for its legal term: “The Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act.” This act basically gives an opportunity to undocumented alien students to keep their educational progress. According to “Bill Summary and Status,” a summary of the DREAM ACT published online by the Library of Congress declares that to qualify for the… View Article

Mid-term Exam

What were some of the changes that took place in Europe between the years 1000 and 1492, and why did those changes lead to European exploration and overseas expansion? From Leif Eriksson being the first European to sail to North America to Marco Polo making his first trip to china were the few things that… View Article

The American Dream

What is the American Dream? There are a myriad of aspects to it, but one general idea: the ideal life. It is making a lot of money, being respected, and triumphing difficult situations. The American Dream has been pursued by many, but only few make it all the way. One very good example of the… View Article

Genetic Information

The goal of this essay is to determine whether the information presented within it could be considered a violation or a non-violation of the GINA of 2008. A case study has been determined to be a method to learn about a complex instance. This information is based on understanding the detailed instance and analyzing the… View Article

Maria Teresa Tula

Learn about Maria Teresa Tula, a leader of COMADRES, by accessing http://rfkcenter.org/maria-teresa-tula. Maria Teresa was kidnapped, raped several times, and severely beaten, yet she continued her struggle even when family members rejected her for being raped. However, rejection after being raped triggered her questioning about women’s subordinated position in society and helped her to start… View Article

01.02 What is Citizenship? (Honors Extension) FLVS

The bill, titled to provide discretionary authority to an immigration judge to determine that an alien parent of a United States citizen child should not be ordered removed, deported, or excluded from the United States, “amends the Immigration and Nationality Act, in the case of an alien subject to removal, deportation, or exclusion and who… View Article

Rhetorical Analysis of Obama’s Victory Speech

On November 6th, 2012, Barack Obama was re-elected as president of the U.S. The following day, Barack Obama held his victory speech. This paper will analyze and comment on an excerpt of that particular victory speech and the key focus of the analysis will be on the rhetorical effects of the speech. By using many… View Article

Robber Barons and Rebels

1. What was the technology that transformed the work-place from 1865-1900? What economic and social effects did the new technology have on American society? 2.Why did it “take money to make money” during the period of rapid economic expansion after the Civil War? What are the implications of this for the potential for social mobility?… View Article

Organizational Structure Paper

The United States Army is one of many legal types of organizations of the armed forces and has been since June 1775. It is the largest and oldest of all the branches of the military and continues to dominate all threats aimed at the United States alongside the Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Marines…. View Article

From Relative Isolation to Global Involvement

At the time of the Spanish American War the United States went from relative isolation to increased global involvement because of 1. The spirit of the American people captured by the idea of the frontier and, 2. The belief it was the duty of America to maintain peace of all nations. The consequences of this… View Article

The Role of Federal and State Government

The role of state and local governments has provided a vital role in defining federal relations. The relationship has been defined by a few factors: Congress, the Supreme Court or other courts, and funding policies The courts must address questions concerning the powers of the state and federal government. Early Supreme Court decisions mirrored the… View Article

Articles of Confederation vs Constitution

The Articles of Confederation and United States Constitution are two documents that shaped the U.S. government into what it is today. The Articles of Confederation (AOC) was the first Constitution of the United States. Americans soon realized that this document had to be substantially modified because the U.S. needed a stronger government. The AOC was… View Article

For Environmental Balance, Pick Up a Rifle

In the article “For Environmental Balance, Pick up a Rifle” by Nicholas Kristof, the author informs the reader about the importance of hunting, arguing that hunting needs to be brought back in the United States to control the deer population. He talks about the negative impact deer have caused in death of people by car… View Article

Demographic Data Interpretation

Using the results from A1, we can see that there is the Black American Female Population has a lower CDR and a higher ISDR than the White American Female Population. As we know CDR does not refer to sub-groups that might better represent the population likely to experience the death, which indicates that it takes… View Article

Universal Healthcare: Why We Need It Now

As citizens of the United States of America, we enjoy many rights, freedoms and free services such as public education, public law enforcement and public safety services. We take pride in having a developed nation, however a basic human right is missing from the list: free public healthcare. Since the United States is one of… View Article

What Patriotism means to me

Do you believe in the love for your country? All the soldiers and heroes that are out there in the world fighting for our freedom? The respect and the courage that you may have. Patriotism is like an infection that travels around from one body to another and you can’t cure it with any medication…. View Article