Identify the differences between Presidential and Congressional (Radical) Reconstruction.

 250 words
Identify the differences between Presidential and Congressional (Radical) Reconstruction. Outline the progression of conflict between Congress and President Johnson. Why was impeachment of President Johnson sought and what was the outcome? 

Does companionship define a person?

I want 2 different essays with 2 different topics from the topics below. It is an essay of The Epic of Gilgamesh. I need them tomorrow by afternoon. 3 papers each essay, so all of them are 6 papers. 
I need reactions, questions and observations to The Epic of Gilgamesh.
( 1. What does it mean to be human?
2. How are we changed?  What makes us alter our view or behavior or aspirations?  Does the change come from internal contemplation assessed by personal philosophy?
3.  Though the epic tells us much about how human beings behave, does it include any directives as to how we should behave?
4. Character motivation, often reveals not only insight on the character but also the themes of the text as a whole.
5. Morals and values of the people (and the characters?).  What ideas were important to the people of Uruk?  What did they expect from their rulers.?  What values were important to the people?
6. Does companionship define a person?
7. Significance of the role of the gods?
8. Modern society’s depiction of sexual interaction?
9. The evolution of the roles of women?)

What does conquering look like?

 
What does conquering look like?, Citations should be made in footnotes, Chicago style. Please keep in mind that I am interested in how YOU would respond to the prompt, NOT how you think I want you to respond to the prompt.
Formatting requirements: Times New Roman 12 point font, double spaced, 1″ margins. Two page limit. No cover sheet. No bibliography. 

INCLUDE IN ESSAY:
-Is war good or bad?
-Can there be heroes?
-How should a country decide when to go to war, or conquer another 
people?
-What makes humans war?
-Is war an inherent part of humanity, something that we are taught, 
and/or something we can overcome?
-What factors make war more/less likely?
-Does conquering another people always have to be accompanied by 
brutality, rape, plunder, and innocent murder?

Need the essay within 9 hours

What is the most compelling argument the United States made in the Declaration of Independence?

What is the most compelling argument the United States made in the Declaration of Independence? Should the US have added anything to the Declaration or left anything out?
Part 2 of 2:
Did the United States need a new constitution in 1787?  Compare the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan. Which was the better plan?

(ALSO PLEASE RESPOND TO ANOTHER STUDENTS COMMENT BELOW )

The most compelling argument of the Declaration of Independence is putting the power back into the peoples hands and out of big government.  It states over and over and in many different forms that if the general public is unhappy with the government, they have the right to overthrow that said government.  One thing I have noticed as our still young country grows is that our Congress grows in power and in corruption as they do not have a term limit like the rest of the government.  I do with that the Declaration stated something about a term limit to the members of Congress so we do not have career politicians that get set in their corrupt ways.  Also, it has been said that politicians do not become rich.  As seen today, practically all politicians are rich and there should be some kind of limit on their salary.  
Part 2:
I do believe the U.S. needed a new constitution in 1787.  This revision included more states and more view points on the government and how it should be constructed.  It also showed how cooperation is supposed to be practiced in achieving a common goal.  As for which plan was the better, I side with the New Jersey Plan.  It gives more power to the individual state and breaks up big government and the possibility of corruption.  Although I do like the idea of popular vote, I can see the reasoning of the state vote.  

What can we learn from oral histories?

Please compare and contrast two oral histories from your Speaking History reading assignments.

Requirements

You must choose one oral history from pages 7 to 38 in Speaking History and the other from pages 39 to 52 in Speaking History.
Then write a paper that summarizes, compares and contrasts, and reflects on these oral histories.
You must be specific. Cite your oral history by using parentheticals and page numbers. Example: (John Holway, 37)
Make sure your writing is free of grammatical mistakes and typographical errors.
Your paper should be double-spaced, 12-pt. font, Times New Roman, with 1” margins.
Your paper must be between 450 words and 600 words. (This is about 1 ½ to 2 pages)

Reflect on and answer the questions below.

Who are your historical actors and what era or event did they discuss?
What kind of struggles did each of these historical actors’ face? Why? What about their race, class, gender, place, or nationality (or a combination of these identities) contributed to their struggles?
How did they overcome their struggles?
What do we learn from the interviewee about the era or event that they discussed?
In general, what can we learn from oral histories?

Explain the differences between Caste, class and Reservations in India.

Please answer each question in about half a page for each question (Times New Roman; 12-point font, Single Space)
1. Explain the differences between Caste, class and Reservations in India
2. How is Hinduism and Caste intertwined?
3. What is the contribution of early empires (Maurya, Gupta, Mughal) to India’s formation as a modern nation-state? 
4. How did the British colonial rule contribute to emergence of India as a modern nation-state? What is the importance of Indian national Congress
5. Why did Partition occur and what were the consequences?
6. Why did India choose to be a secular democratic federal republic? 
7. What is AyodhyaDispute and what was its fall out? 
8. What is the dispute over Kashmir and how does it endanger India’s security and democracy?  
9. Why is India important to the US in the Post-Cold War period?