Winner of the Spring 2017 StMU History Media Awards for Article with the Best Use of Scholarship The Nixon Watergate Scandal was one of the worst
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The United States’ entrance to World War II was sudden and unexpected, and Americans were stunned by the Japanese sneak attack at Pearl Harbor. While the
Catastrophic war is something most people loathe and fear, and World War I brought exactly that, with over 38 million causalities, including approximately 17-20 million dead.