D. A. Berg

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Religious change during the early-modern period in Europe not only held drastic effects upon existing social norms, but also assisted in the development and reformation of political infrastructures. The first and foremost prominent religious change is that of the Protestant Reformation. This particular change in religious norms began in a multitude of fashions by a multitude of people. This paper will begin firstly with Martin Luther, the proclaimed hero of the protestant movement, and will…

D. A. Berg

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The regulation of drug use in the United States has ramifications which, although they are largely unexpected, they are nonetheless disastrous for millions of people. Drug use and drug regulations have long histories within the United States. Drug use before federal regulations was typically limited to home remedies for pain, or recreational use. According to David Musto, in his article “_Opium, Cocaine and Marijuana in American History,_ “During the 19th century, certain mood-altering…