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Tutor profile: Daniel C.

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Daniel C.
30 year secondary teacher, M.Ed. English, History, Civics, Essay Writing
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Subject: World History

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Question:

What caused World War Two?

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Answer:

There were many factors which caused World War Two. Nevertheless, one major catalyst was the Treaty of Versailles of 1919. The treaty imposed such rigid reparation payments upon Germany and her allies, that it gave rise to fascism and the Nazi Party. The economic hardship imposed upon Germany was unsustainable and the country's fledgling democracy was undermined incessantly and Germany continued further and further down the road to totalitarianism. By 1939, Hitler had defied the Treaty of Versailles and built his war machine and unleashed it upon the world. After the war, the Western Allies understood this grave mistake and embarked upon a program of reconstruction and reconciliation under the Marshall Plan, to see that such a war will not happen again.

Subject: English

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Question:

What is an essay?

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Answer:

An essay is a multi-paragraphed composition of some length, which attempts to address a particular topic in an organized fashion. Essays, sometimes called "position papers", are driven by a central idea, or notion, which we call the thesis. A thesis, often a clearly stated proposition, but sometimes posed as a question, forms the central argument of the essay and this argument must be resolved by the end of the paper. Essays can be expository and persuasive in nature, or more narrative in their style. In short, the essay is a composition designed to convey an idea, a point, or a position on a topic.

Subject: Comparative Government and Politics

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How does the American republican system of government differ from that of British Parliamentary government?

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The primary difference between the American republican system and the British parliamentary system is that the British Head of State is a monarch, and the American head of state is the President. Furthermore, the Britain parliamentary system has power vested in two main houses: the House of Lords, and the House of Commons; the American system has power checked between three main entities: The House of Representatives, The Senate, and the Presidency. In the British Parliamentary system, the greatest authority of the land is the monarch, but in the American system, this is the President. However, both systems are based upon the principals of democracy, protected by a constitution which is overseen by supreme courts.

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