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    Epidemics of the 19th century were faced without the improved medical technologies that made the 20th and 21st-century epidemics rare and less lethal. It was in the 18th century that micro-organisms (viruses and bacteria) were discovered, but it was not until the late 19th century that the experiments of Lazzaro Spallanzani and Louis Pasteur disagreed with the spontaneous generation argument conclusively, crediting the germ theory and Robert Koch 's discovery of micro-organisms as the cause of disease

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    The 19th century was considered a fundamental age of progress in science and technology. The European region was also trying to make progress in different ways. Most of the nations in Europe experienced relative peace and prosperity. The development came about partly due to conservative and liberal ideologies. In the initial part of the 19th century, conservative notions were more pronounced in Europe than any other century. In 1815, conservative ideas were substantially expressed in the Congress

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    the late 19th and early 20th century was a byproduct of the development of nationalism, the expansion of industrialization, and shift toward Liberal values. In the 18th and 19th century, nationalism was a sensation that national leaders and governments utilized to unite its citizens under a single identity. The Industrial Revolution was a period of tremendous technological and commercial growth that required the expansion of its market to maintain its economic prosperity. In the 19th century, Liberalism

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    Nervousness in the 19th Century

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    George M. Beard, “strictly deficiency or lack of nerve-force” (American Nervousness, vi) in the 19th century. Nervousness at the time, was commonly acknowledged and accepted, so much so that it was written into literature, such as many of Jane Austen’s works. Many doctors considered nervousness to be a “woman’s disease” meaning that women were the most afflicted by this condition. Doctors of the 19th century have found excuses to restrict, restrain, objectify and metaphorically and literally lock women

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    During the 19th and 20th century, the arts played a major role in helping society move toward social and political changes. Most of the writers, and other influential people during this time used the arts to emphasis the importance of the current problems that needed dire change. This included literature used by the transcendentalists, slavery abolitionists, and even in the Harlem Renaissance and more. During the early 19th century transcendentalists writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry

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    Gilman’s audiences in the 19th century were bizarre to read such a book like Herland. Nobody really expected to read a novel about a world of only women and given male abilities. Women’s lives in the 19th century were not always as easy. They faced inequality, abuse, expectations and stereotypes. Gilman did not just wanted to write Herland for women, but wanted both genders to treat each other equally and have respect. It’s sadly to say but the stereotypes, unequally and expectations for women

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    capitalism, which means long-live and long-lasting, they usually could not be passed on by more than one generation (Jones and Rose, 1993). Since the early 20th Century, among the world, Europe had a concentration of the largest ten and twenty companies in countries that are under family control. For instance in France at the beginning of the 21st Century, only 15 families had controlled 33.8% of the total market value of listed corporate assets; and in Germany, family firms hold 17 of the largest hundred

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    An Insight into the Expectations of a 19th Century Woman Since the beginning of time, women have been considered the weaker sex. During the nineteenth century, women were considered illogical and vulnerable. Women could not partake in employment opportunities and they could not vote. Men believed that women were the mentally and physically insuperior gender, therefore women were not considered equal to men. In opposition to this exhausted belief, women are now seen as strong and influential individuals

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    I choose this question because I think that fashion plates accurately contribute to our understanding of fashion at that time they were produced. In the subsequent essay I intend on discussing fashion plates created in the early nineteenth century. As I believe they were an important part of an aristocratic ladies inspiration and they inform us about of the type of silhouettes, fabrics and even accessories in demand during that period. As Holland states it would be near impossible to study the evolution

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    country in the nineteenth century? History has credited this emergence to the Industrial Revolution; however, history has not decided if the industrialists or the immigrants are most essential to this growth, or if it is a collaboration of the efforts of both of these groups. Even though immigrants helped build the workforce of the Industrial Revolution, it is the ideals of the Industrialist business owners who transformed American to the forefront of power in the late 19th century for those immigrants

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