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Review of “Charity & Sylvia: A Same Sex Marriage in Early America”

Charity & Sylvia

Despite Rachel Hope Cleves’ early assertion to the contrary, her book, Charity and Sylvia is hardly an “unremarkable” history. Certainly, elements of the work’s focus—namely its look at romantic and familial relationships, gender expectations, and domesticity—are rather ordinary and speak to a common 18th/19th century New England experience. But one would be mistaken to discount

France’s National Front Party

Note: Essay originally submitted for History credit at Queens College in the Fall 2016 semester. It has not been updated. In recent years, a growing number of issues have threatened the continued existence and viability of the European Union. While external pressures have not been without their effects, it is the internal strife within the