Era Essays

The Milestones and Major Developments in the Early Paleozoic Era

Understanding the diversity and complexity of life as observed in the current modern days may seem as difficult as defining life itself. The changes, developments, and evolution of the earth and the life forms it holds are all varied and sundry enough which makes it hard to understand without looking back to when, where, and how it all started. History, Geology, Paleontology, and many other branches of Science play a significant role in aiding people to better understand the roots…

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Progressive Era

The progressive era was a thirty-year period in which the United States was completely reformed. Actions were taken to improve working conditions for laborers and women. President Roosevelt and Wilson were both reformers for the rights and voice of the people. Theodore Roosevelt used his presidency to put regulations of businesses and make sure the government is still higher than corporations. Individual Reformers and the government in the progressive era went through a great deal to bring about change in…

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The Jeffersonian Era

In the 1800 Presidential election, the Constitution provided that, the candidate who garnered the highest number of votes would be the President, and the second highest the Vice President. With this in mind, the Republican voters attempted to name both a President and a Vice President from their party. They cast a tie vote between Jefferson and Aaron Burr. To settle the tie, the House of Representatives moved for Jefferson’s election as President on February 17, 1801 (http://www. whitehouse. gov/history/presidents/tj3….

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The English Theatre During the Tudor Era

The rule of the Tudor dynasty in England, extended from 1485 to 1603, was established after The War of the Roses between House of York and House of Lancaster. A period of unusual isolation for England from the Continental trends, Tudor period witnessed the developments of drama from the religious plays to Interludes in royal courts and from there to the regular drama in the Theatres. Drama began as an offshoot of the practices of the church and was thus…

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Taking the Lid Off the Victorian Era

The Victorian Era has been a time of power and wealth. A journey of evolution took place in this period. People of this generation have a tremendously exciting age that at some point it was called the Second English Renaissance (Moore, 2007). After extensive research on this, I was duty-bound to take a stand on the status of the women of this period. Women have a role in this society. They are as what one writer had said called saints…

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Mesozoic Era

Birds are one of the most abundant species on earth. In fact, the global population of birds has already reached five hundred billion according to most recent survey. History shows that birds evolved from meat-eating (theropod) dinosaurs during the Mesozoic Era, roughly 150 million years ago. Early birds, like Archaeopteryx, had teeth in their mouth and claws on their wings. Among all the species of birds existing nowadays, there are some that can be considered as “superb” over the others…

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Wall Street R.i.p._ the End of an Era

“Is Wall Street Over? ” asked a headline in the Wall Street Journal in March (Deogun & Cohn, 2009). “With Finance Over, Which Career Will Be King? ” asked a headline in the New York Times in April (Lohr, 2009). Wall Street is changing, but it certainly isn’t over. As long as companies need capital and institutional investors need returns, there will be a financial industry to provide both. However, some of today’s financial giants may not survive the crisis…

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