Need suggestions on how to start my essay on Industrial Revolution with an Introduction and thesis statement?

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My paper must include the affects on society, what life was like for the working classes and what made Marxist Socialism popular in Europe? I really do not know how to sum this all up into an introduction with thesis? Please Please Help!

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'The Positive and Negative Impacts on Society of the Industrial Revolution' Marxist socialism never became popular in Britain,due to its democratically elected Parliament.It was popular in Europe because of autocratic rulers there,rather than industrialization as such.

How to find what my 18th century bank printing plates are worth?

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Hi Have these old bank printing plates
For notes (7 by 5 '') from wooster bank upton
For cheques (five of them on one plate 15 by 8'') foster lubbork foster & Clarke mansion house street London
If anyone could let me know if there is a website or somewhere i could call to find out what they are worth that would be great.
Thanks.

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Far too specialised to get much help from a website - try Spinks.

How to summarize a paper comparing the declaration of independence and the declaration of sentiments?

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I wrote a paper comparing the 2 documents and I was wondering if anyone could help me with ideas for a concluding paragraph. Thanks!

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Typically, all your concluding paragraph does is to summarize all your key points (such as, that they were very similar on most points and that they reflect prevailing philosophies).

How to learn more about Egyptian book of the dead and mythology?

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I'd very much like to learn more about the stories in Egyptian mythology, their gods and stories behind them, their culture and where all these stories/traditions came from. Also, is it possible to buy accurate translated to English versions of the book of the dead?

Can anyone recommend historically accurate books for me to read? Thanks :)

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find the book and read it. Go to wikipedia and read about the gods. Its all online somewhere. use a search engine

How to argue that the Election of 1860 did NOT justify southern secession?

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What points can I use (based on Northern point of view) that the Election of 1860, in which Lincoln was elected, did NOT justify secession?

The Southern Point of View would be that, the election of Lincoln for sure meant that slavery was threatened because now that he was going to be in power, he had the power to abolish it. Furthermore, it split the wedge between the North and South.

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Well no. He didn't have the power to abolish it. That took a Constitutional Amendment, one that could not have passed without the American civil war. However he was opposed to any new states coming in as anything other than free states, and that he was elected with such a platform even though no southern state's electors voted for him was something they found alarming. It suggested that at some point in the future slave states would be so outnumbered that such an Amendment could pass. Even so, that wasn't so much their justification as their motivation. Their justification was simply that any state had the right to withdraw from the Union if the state government wanted to. As a nation created by successful secession (from Britain) and originally consolidated by a union of distinct states, they felt that those states could withdraw from their agreement to be part of that union. As for the North (at least those who opposed secession), they argued that the union in question was intended to be perpetual, there were procedures set forth for inducting new states, but none for leaving, and that acceptance of this idea of a right to secede peacefully would take a great nation and fragment it into in-consequentiality. While their nation had been formed by an original secession, that secession was against a government that did not accord representation to the seceding colonies, and of course it was paid for in blood. If the South wanted to repeat that, they had to pay the same price, and they had to win.

How to make a germ theory of disease history day exhibit visually engaging?

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Ex. I know someone doing the invention of the light bulb, and they made a big paper mache light bulb.
My partner thinks we should put a red cross in the background, but we never even address the red cross. Help please!

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Do several experiments of growing bacteria (germs) in Petri dishes. They can be your visual exhibit of how easily germs spread.

How to make a germ theory of disease history day exhibit visually engaging?

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Ex. I know someone doing the invention of the light bulb, and they made a big paper mache light bulb.
My partner thinks we should put a red cross in the background, but we never even address the red cross. Help please!

Answer: 
Do several experiments of growing bacteria (germs) in Petri dishes. They can be your visual exhibit of how easily germs spread.

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