When the civil rights movement is mentioned in a discussion, nearly everybody in the audience thinks about Martin Luther King Jr. and his commitment to the movement. Many young Americans equate the Reverend from Montgomery with the efforts and commitment made in the pursuit of freedom and justice for American…
In the history of the United States of America, the American civil war is very important. The civil war is documented as the largest war in the history of America, where six hundred thousand of the three million warriors who fought in this war lost to the battle for independence….
The American Civil War, taking over six hundred thousand lives and resulting in over one million deaths, remains the worst domestic rift ever to take place in the United States to date. It was waged between the Confederate States of America and the Union between 1861 and 1865. The war…
It is possible to recognize the Union War of 1861 to 1865 as a result of the election of President Abraham Lincoln. This is because the Republican Party president had embodied an anti-slavery stance at the center of his campaign that had led to a division in the states of…