Response to Jospeh Reidy’s “Black Men in Navy Blue During the Civil War” The American Civil War era is well known to be the catalyst for major changes in the country. It resulted in the union of the previously opposing Northern and Southern states, the solidification of the importance of the armed forces, and the abolishment of slavery as a legalized institution. Reidy’s article places its focus on the last, and what is considered to be one of the most important, results of the Civil War. He makes the argument that change was not a sudden shift that occurred when Abraham Lincoln declared the Emancipation Proclamation, and that the case of the United States Navy was one that deserved to be more closely investigated. When a typical American is asked about the status of black military men on the side of the Union, the typical response tends to be that the group was generally a small minority, used for the lowest jobs, and were generally slaves that escaped from the Confederate states in a bid for freedom. While these ideas are based on reality, Reidy shows that the role and presence of black men in various Naval units differed from the Military units in dramatic ways. Firstly, the Navy was racially integrated, combining men of all different races upon single boats. Regarding the issue of the proportion of black men to white men, Reidy turns up some interesting facts. He finds that by the end of the war in 1864, a good twenty percent of the Navy was made up of black men, in…
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There were a lot of different interesting topics in the video Freakonomics including cheating in sumo wrestling, legalizing abortion and Incentives. The two topics that I found most interesting were legalizing abortion and giving students in school Incentives do get better grades. Legalizing Abortion isn’t just what it sounds like; it was used to drop crime rates. The reason that crime rates dropped when abortion was legalized is because when a child is born unwanted…
In the article “Crazy Love” written by Steven Pinker, he wrote the effects that cause the human species to fall in love. Steven Pinker explains the facts on how the Hallmark-card company’s poets invented the meaning of falling in love, or finding true love. Another corporate for the reasons of the sensation of love, might be on how our own body would make us forget of our own ethics and logic, because of human hormones intoxication. He explains the way how the human anatomy has…
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A response essay with summary asks the writer to read rhetorically, and respond to, ideas presented within a text. As a college student, you'll often be asked to write papers in response to readings. Professors assign response papers because they allow you to demonstrate your ability to read complex texts carefully, understand what they mean, and think critically about them. Response papers invite you to do more than just…
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After reading your text, please have your responses reflect text and critical thought. Along with course content, include real-world applications and your work experience whenever possible.
Explain the differences between the juvenile justice system and the criminal court system.
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Please type and double-space all journals. Minimum length is one page (two pages for scholars). You do not need to use MLA format, but observe all grammatical rules and avoid all mechanical errors; that means that you have to reread and proof your papers (if I see too many errors, I will return them to you and you will get no credit).
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