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How the New Labour Party Differs From Thatcher’s Conservative Party

The landslide victory of the New Labour party in 1997 was supposed to signal a socio-economic transformation in Britain that has been ruled for nearly two decades by the Conservatives. Britain had become a salient neo-liberal country in Europe and many had expected the winning social democrats to change that. Contrary to expectations, the New…

The Industrial Revolution and Child Labor

The industrial revolution began in the mid-eighteenth century, in 1760. It was a huge revolution that transformed the agriculture and handicraft-based economies into mechanized manufacturing, large-scale industrial production, and factory-based economies. The advancement and development of technology made the existing factories all around the world more efficient and gave rise to new brands and factories.…

Canadian Conscription During World War II

The approach to conscription did adapt, but not in the way anyone would expect, as men still were drafted. Prime Minister King’s approach to conscription was adapted in many ways. In WWI, the Borden government introduced conscription and did damage control later on, figuratively and literally. However, in WWII politicians, slowly implemented conscription and made…

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Christopher Boone Analysis

When autism was first “discovered”, many did not fully understand what it really was. Hollywood, however, still included characters with this condition. This often led to the distorted depiction of Asperger syndrome in fictional characters, especially because very little research was done. This is the case with Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the…