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Thomas Edison was a man who influenced America mor

e than anyone else. Some of the inventions he pioneered are still used to this day. He was a man who spent almost his entire life working as a scientist, and receiving more than 1,200 patents in his lifetime. (Anderson pg.7) Thomas Edisons life was probably twice as productive as a modern day chemist, he […]

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America?s Antiterrorism response: The Patriot Act.

Right or WrongAfter the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001 our country underwent a change that has drastically affected the fundamental values that our founding fathers instilled in this country. Since that tragic day in September the aftermath of the attacks has started to implicate our Civil Liberties that in this country we hold so […]

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Japenise internment america

Senior Exhibition Draft #2 Why do cigarettes remain a legal form of substance abuse, when scientific evidence gathered from around the world has proven how addictive and dangerous they are? Tobacco dependence is a global epidemic that affects more than one billion people worldwide. tobacco causes 3.5 million deaths each year or about 10,000 deaths […]

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Women in Latin America Liberation

It will be absurd to narrate the history of Latin America without appreciating the significant role that women played towards the liberation of member states. There are different authors who have tried to justify this fact while others have given the real life of their story, and how they took an active role in the […]

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Salem, Spectral Evidence and Recovered Memory Syndrome

Hush-hush whispers in the shadows. Unspeakable things which take place in the cover of darkness. Suspicion and wariness. Dysfunctional interpersonal relationships. The word of one person against the word of another—a scenario with no witnesses.A culture of repression.These are all statements which may easily refer to the situation in late 17th-century Massachusetts, a situation ripe […]

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Kosovo, Rwanda, and Iraq

Humanitarian intervention is a controversial action to approve, but regardless of which choice is decided, the decision is important and must be meditated on. Globalization no longer allows ignorance to be justifiable; a stand must be taken. The decision regarding humanitarian intervention begins by viewing the motives taken for or against it. Humanitarian intervention has […]

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The Social Tensions of the 1920s

Although the 1920s is referred to most frequently as the ‘Roaring Twenties’ due to the relatively prosperous changes in the social and the economic way of America, a snapshot of the nation in the decade would have revealed huge social tensions, and a country ‘riven by social conflict and confused by social change’1. The struggles […]

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Government Intervention

Throughout America’s economic and social history there have been scores of arguments advocating and opposing government intervention into the affairs of business. These positions have been promoted by a consortium of public and private institutions, ordinary citizens, as well as a business itself. Many of the arguments in support of constraints against business have resulted […]

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History of American Slavery

Slave Resistance The importance of early American slavery has been recognized for long periods of time, whereas, historians have only recently turned their attention to the lives of slaves, themselves. The most important outcome of this research is the understanding of the African-American response to enslavement. In the essay written by Peter Woods, called, “The […]

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From Rags To Riches

Everyone who lives in America or has migrated to America has some sort of dream. There are those that dream of becoming rich and famous, those that dream of success and wealth, and those that dream of that perfect house out in the suburbs with a couple of kids and a dog. No matter what […]

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Professor Kurt – The American Dream

Professor Kurt The American Dream based upon a system of meritocracy, is an interesting aspect of the American culture. It is based on the premise that with hard work and patience, anything is possible. Financial security, social status and a stable lifestyle await those who put in the time and effort. While it is a […]

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Slavery and the Making of America

The series Slavery in the Making is a documentary based on the beginning of slavery, which then fell into a large increase in southern states, eventually tearing the Union apart and then bringing it back together. The series is broken up into 4 episodes The Downward Spiral, Liberty in the Air, Seeds of Destruction, and […]

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Cultureexample

Source A shows that the President must have felt a great sense of urgency in order for him to telephone his brother, the American Attorney General, at the start of the working day. The Source also indicates that President Kennedy went straight to the point, stating that America faced great trouble, and that he was […]

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Giant Pandas in America

The endangered bears, native to China, continue to evolve in their attempt to survive. However, the bamboo-eaters are more threatened today by population decline caused by human interaction and global climate changes than ever before. In order to save giant pandas, many zoos and organizations have taken on panda projects, both in China and abroad. […]

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American Imeprailsm

The use of conventions can not deter from the readability of tontine. Responses that are not in complete sentences or are unreadable may result in reduction of your grade. Document 1: What clues do you get from the political cartoon that tells you the topic of the cartoon? The topic of the cartoon is the […]

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How does the film Witness show the clash between Amish culture and modern American culture

Peter Weir used directorial devices to produce a piece of theatrical prominence and importance. This spiritual and social journey of a New York policeman, John Book (Harrison Ford) conveys a strong message of morality, corruption and requests understanding of the often misunderstood Amish lifestyle. From the offset this film is a significant study of the […]

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African American’s View of Mental Health

African American’s view of Mental Health Introduction Mental illness in any culture can be viewed with astigmatism, which is based on cultural beliefs. People have various ways of coping with instabilities of the mind and are deeply influenced by the environment in which they have been exposed to or by the experiences in which they […]

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Bank of America: How to Provide Service to the Multitudes

Bank of America: How to Provide Service to the Multitudes BY alliterated Bank of America: How to Provide Service to the Multitudes In 2011 Bank of America was one out of 6,453 banks in operation, making the banking industry highly competitive (Mason). Banking services have been around for centuries and Just about everyone who needs […]

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American Dream Analysis

“People are so busy dreaming the American Dream, fantasizing about what they could be or have a right to be, that they’re all asleep at the switch. Consequently we are living in the Age of Human Error. ” (King, Florence. ) Is this statement not showing the reality of the world during the time of […]

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Living the American Dream

The American Dream is a popular thought that meaner different things to different people. Some people believe the American Dream is the best life that you could picture for yourself that is achieved through hard work and patience. From becoming Billionaires, to owning a home and having a family to take care of, everyone’s American […]

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Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam Chapter

What is the purpose of the title? What connotations does this title hold? What do you expect to find in the letters that will follow? The purpose of the title is to give the audience the impression that the following stories are not only the first impressions of the soldiers but the expectations they hold […]

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American Gothic interpretation

“American Gothic” Artist: Grant Wood One of the most famous paintings during renaissance period is the “American Gothic” painted by Grant Wood. It is the best exemplary for the painters against the sophisticated and cosmopolitan abstract art of the time. It depicts the scenes and people in America where Wood relates of his native Iowa. […]

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