US Essay Topics

What does the US owe to &Its citizens?

Before answering this, one needs to answer another question as to what or who is US – just a word, a global brand name, the territory, the Government or the citizens of US. To me the best answer is the citizens of US. Therefore, the original question needs to be reframed like “What citizens of… View Article

United States and Israel

The relationship between the United States and Israel should be realized as different and unique in its own rights since both parties are distinct in their own way, gaining political, economic, and cultural independences that influenced and continuous to influence so many others. It can be said that for such a small country, Israel has… View Article

United Nation

The League of Nations which was established after the First World War (1914-1918) failed to deliver the goods. It was wound up. After the Second World War the major nations of the world felt the need for a similar body to maintain peace in the world and the United Nations Organization came into being. The… View Article

Grover Cleveland

What two issues dominated national politics in the 1870s and 1880s? The money supply and civil-service reform What happened to James Garfield’s presidency? It never really got started because he was assassinated soon after coming to office. Describe voter participation during the late nineteenth century. It was generally very high––usually from 80 percent up to… View Article

Policeman of the World

Since gaining independence from the British in 1776, the United States foreign policy over the years has gone from expansionist to isolationism to defending democracy. With the responsibility of defending democratic rights for those who cannot defend themselves, the United States in my opinion has taken on the role of “policeman of the world.” This… View Article

Crevecoeur in America

Hector St. John Crèvecoeur is certainly not one of the greatest figures of American history, but he can at the very least be credited with having been witness to a great deal of some of the key events that lead to the inception of the United States of America in the 18th century.1 Crèvecoeur saw… View Article

Imperialsim – proper and legitimate course

Have you ever wanted something because you felt you deserved it? Throughout history people have wanted to expand and take what they wanted. It is human nature to want things and set goals to acquire those wants. Imperialism was a proper and legitimate course of action for the U.S. Imperialism is the proper thing for… View Article

Cause and effects of Taliban

The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was part of a long term cause of the cause the of Taliban. The foreign influence that was exerted by the Soviet Union shaped the foreign and domestic policies in Afghanistan. The social and political impacts of communism and the Cold War put Afghanistan’s government in a very weak and… View Article

The House I Live In

The war on drugs whether wrong, right, or indifferent, has yielded a plethora of life changing outcomes for many United States citizens. Both the plaintiff and the defendant have their own side of the dispute, and yet somehow the plaintiff in the non-stop ‘cash grab’ that’s so conveniently nicknamed the “War on Drugs” gets the… View Article

The biggest change in my life

Moving to the United States from Dalat, Vietnam was a dramatic experience that has impacted my life in many different ways. My family immigrated to a new country hoping for a better future. I had spent fourteen years of my childhood in Vietnam only to tear away from my relatives, friends and home to start… View Article

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Over time, the United States Immigration system has undergone a myriad of comprehensive reforms which have proven to greatly impact the composition of its population. Though it is unclear whether these specific policies were products of theoretical assumptions, such as those associated with a country’s economic stature, the social norms of the time period, or… View Article