Okay, seriously, don't actually use this as a resource. I think it was created by someone with too much time on his/her hands:
Go here, and replace "Civil War" with a topic of your choice. You're taken to something that looks vaguely like a Microsoft Word window. If you hit keys on your keyboard, words will appear. (More words than the number of keystrokes.) I don't understand why the person who created it wants to call everything "a normative critique." (Once I typed "biscuit" in there and it wanted to do a normative critique of biscuits.) I'm pretty sure all the content is from Wikipedia, and you can't do more than a page.
No real point to sharing this, other than that it's kind of fun to play with. If you want this blog post to be serious, well, I am sure that someone is going to try to use this sometime to do an actual assignment. I do believe people are just that lazy.
Oh, and you can't use it to write an essay about this blog. (I typed "Sneaky Burrito" in there and it said it couldn't help me.)