Phillis Wheatley on Trial

In his “Phillis Wheatley on Trial,” Henry Louis Gates, Jr. argued: If Wheatley stood for anything […] it was the creed that culture did, or could, belong equally to everyone. That’s an idea that has been arraigned, interrogated, and prosecuted with unremitting zeal,...

Healthcare ethics

In her essay “Stem Cells and Social Ethics: Some Catholic Contributions,” Lisa Sowle Cahill points out that while we sometimes think of ethical issues in simplistic, black and white terms, often there are multiple values at stake. She lists five significant values...

History

In four to five sentences (a short paragraph), identify and explain the historical significance of four of the following items (25 points each, 100 points total), double-spaced, 12-point font. Hawaiian Annexation Transcontinental Railroad Declarations of Secession...