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**** Reparation Essays

**** Reparation Essays
Posted By: Stephany Low on May 23, 2020

The idea of reparations for the descendants of slaves in the US has been an on again off again issue since the ending of the Civil War, but it has always been a controversial and complicated issue. Lately the movement for **** reparations has been gaining more notice making **** reparation essays a relevant writing assignment today. **** reparation essays examine the controversy surrounding this issue, the different proposals set forth for reparations, and pertinent legal issues.

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The idea of **** reparations has a long history in the US, beginning with General William Sherman's reparations plan after the Civil War ended and continuing until today with different US Presidents and members of Congress weighing in on the issue. This history should be presented in **** reparations essays along with a look at the position taken on this issue by prominent political figures past and present. Additionally, specific arguments both for and against **** reparations should be presented in **** reparations essays and their points analyzed. Also, the feeling that many in favor of **** reparations have that the payment of reparations will go a long way toward healing the racial tensions between black and white communities in America should be analyzed in detail in **** reparations essays. Finally, **** reparations essays should present some of the different proposals that have been put forth for paying reparations. These proposals should be analyzed in detail in terms of the viability and likelihood of success.

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