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A List Of Successful US History Term Paper Ideas For College Students
American History. I can’t think of a subject that you could get more excited about when having to write your college term paper. The scope and remit is endless. The possibilities vast. I guess the fact that you are being asked to write a history paper means that you are a history buff anyway. The big challenge facing you at this very moment is not can you write a great paper. It is how on earth with such a wide field to choose from do you possibly narrow it down?
Hopefully, my list of successful US history term paper ideas will help you along your way:
- Slavery in America. Do novels like 30 Years a Slave accurately reflect the plight of slaves or do they simply glorify it.
- Is there merit to any of the conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination of JFK?
- Look at the history of the Paleo-Indians – Prehistoric settlers in North America. Trace their lineage to today’s indigenous people of America. Given how they were there first, do they get a fair deal in modern day America?
- How did European expeditions of 1492 shape America into the country that it is today?
- Is American history accurately portrayed by Hollywood? Does Hollywood’s interpretation of events tarnish or enhance America’s reputation globally?
- Compare the technology used in the first Gulf War with the technology used in the Second Gulf War.
- Why is the ancient history of countries such as Rome and Greece deemed more exciting than American ancient history? Many European’s aren’t even aware that America has an ancient history! What can be done to raise global knowledge of this, and does it really matter? Does anyone even care?
- Investigate the Roswell incident of 1947. Myth, or cover up?
- Examine Ronald Reagan’s relationship with British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. Was this the pinnacle of the “Special Relationship” that the two countries enjoy?
- Delve into the history of your home state. Should more emphasis be placed on local history as opposed to national history in schools?
- Explore America’s relationship with Russia, from the time of the Imperial Tsars right the way through the cold war and to the present day. Do Russia’s actions in Ukraine and increased violations of international airspace globally signal that Putin is prepared to take things to the next level?