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Autobiographies Lessons 81-85 Essay: What can you do to make your biography less disjointed than Twain’s?

This is the essay for lessons 81-85 in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question:   What can you do to make your biography less disjointed than Twain’s? Mark Twain is… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 21: What were the Church’s problems in the tenth and eleventh centuries, what events that took place during the conflict between Pope Gregory VII and Henry IV and what is Christendom?

This is the essay for the 21st week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In this blog post, I will be answering three questions. The first one is, What were the problems besetting the Church in the tenth and eleventh centuries? The second one is,… Continue Reading →

Autobiographies Lessons 76-80 Essay: Why was Plunkitt so open about how he made his money?

This is the essay for lessons 76-80 in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question:  Why was Plunkitt so open about how he made his money? George Washington Plunkitt was a… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 20: How the ninth- and tenth-century invasions affected life in Western Europe and what manorialism and feudalism is?

This is the essay for the 20th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In this blog post, I will be answering two questions. The first one is, How did the ninth- and tenth-century invasions affect life in Western Europe? The second one is, What… Continue Reading →

Autobiographies Lessons 71-75 Essay: How serious was Plunkitt about patriotism’s connection to obtaining a job after Tammany won an election?

This is the essay for lessons 71-75 in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question:  How serious was Plunkitt about patriotism’s connection to obtaining a job after Tammany won an… Continue Reading →

Autobiographies Lessons 66-70 Essay: Was Washington’s view of the future also my view of the future?

This is the essay for lessons 66-70 in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question of: Was Washington’s view of the future also my view of the future? Booker T…. Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 18: Why the Carolingian Renaissance is significant and by what process did England convert to Christianity

This is the essay for the 18th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In this blog post, I will be answering two questions. The first one is, what the Carolingian Renaissance was and why it was significant? The second one is, what was the… Continue Reading →

Autobiographies Lessons 61-65 Essay: Was Washington’s program for gaining social acceptance for blacks an elitist program?

This is the essay for lesson 61-65 in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question of: Was Washington’s program for gaining social acceptance for blacks an elitist program? In the autobiography… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 17: How the Carolingians became the King of the Franks and the Significance of the Papal-Frankish alliance

This is the essay for the 17th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In this blog post, I will be answering two questions. The first one is,  how and why did the power shift from Merovingians to the Carolingians in the kingdom… Continue Reading →

Autobiographies Lesson 60 Essay: What are some memorable images from the narrative?

This is the essay for the 60th lesson in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question of: What are some memorable images from the narrative? The narrative referred to in the… Continue Reading →

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