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Far-Right Groups Look to Agitate and Disrupt Progress, Akin to Fascist Tactics of Old

The U.S. is experiencing a new civil rights movement that rivals the civil rights movement of the ’60s. Millions are

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Late Medieval Italy II

The art was influenced by humanism in a scholarly manner especially in the Middle Ages. In those days, most people couldn’t read, so art played

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Late Medieval Italy

The break of communion is known as the Great Schism, which is also called as Schism of 1054 and East-West

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Museum of Tolerance

Visiting the Museum of Tolerance was an unforgettable experience. The Museum largely focuses on intolerance regarding ethnic origin, religion, and

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Wife’s Lament and Margery Kempe 2

Unlike Margery Kempe who expressed a high desire to separate from her husband and live a celibate life, the Wife

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Wife’s lament and Margery Kempe

In Anglo-Saxon societies, the roles of women depended on their status in that particular community. Like in medieval societies, men

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The Hundred Years’ War

The Hundred Years’ War:   According to these sources, both sides of the war are very willing to fight so

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Beowulf and Lanval

The two great warriors in the history Beowulf and Lanval are strangers for themselves having few similarities in them along with the

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Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Periods

The Anglo-Saxons were the relatives of three astonishing Germanic groups – the Saxons, Angles, and the Jutes – meeting up

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John Stuart Mill’s “On Liberty” Part 3

People always set some rules to judge others for their actions and the things they do so it is important

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