ERIC Number: ED298061
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988-May
Interpretations: A Student Journal of Historical Writings, 1988.
Interpretations, v1 1988
This booklet features a selection of student prepared essays, poetry, research papers, and reviews about various historical subjects and social studies-related areas. These collected works include: (1) "To the Mayan Ruins at Chichen-Itza, Mexico" (W. McClure); (2) "Corruption in Collegiate Athletics and How It Damages the Student Athlete's Education" (D. Armstrong); (3) "The Presence of Evil in the World" (J. Lemley); (4) "Epidemics and Society: The Plague, AIDS and Their Implications" (L. Bolchert and others); (5) "The West, Islam, and the Crusader Mentality" (B. Laffler); (6) "On Governmental Legitimacy" (L. Jacob); (7) "The Emerging Nation State in Central Europe: Conservative Diplomacy in German Civil War and Italian Risorgimento" (B. Perman); (8) "We Are Not Russians: A Plea for Baltic Independence" (K. Christmas; M. Duda); (9) "Are All Revolutions the Same?" (C. Nelson); (10) A review of "The Progressive Era and the Reform Tradition" by Dewey Grantham (B. Arkenberg); (11) "Some Quotes on History"; (12) "Abolitionist Tactical Thinking as Seen through Means and Ends in American Abolitionism" (S. Ostertag); (13) "The Child" (M. Farruggia); (14) "Images and Realism in 'The Great Gatsby'" (B. Donovan); (15) "Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519)" (S. Hoisington); (16) "Victors' Justice? The Tokyo War Crimes Trial" (S. Smith); (17) "World War II Headlines: Clippings in a Cardboard Box" (A. Bowen); and (18) "Death: Realizing One's Own Mortality" (K. Bolonik). (JHP)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Oak Park - River Forest High School, Oak Park, IL.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A
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