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George Orwell's 'Getting Past The Darkness'

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Conniff, Ruth. "Getting past the darkness." The Progressive Mar. 2016: 5. General OneFile.

Web. 29 Apr. 2016.

This article is from Gale and is a valid source because Gale is an academic database. The article discusses how treacherous acts are prominent today in America and how the nation should unite together to end this, the exploitation of the weakened poverty, and the powerful government. However, the fear of Muslims possibly involved with ISIS living in America has stirred problems in society despite the fact that there are groups of American Muslims fighting against ISIS. A quote from this article states, “Many tenets of this radicalism are familiar today: fear of 'enemies within,' hatred of foreign nations and their governments, …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how gale's article discusses treacherous acts in america and how the nation should unite together to end this. the fear of muslims possibly involved with isis has stirred problems in society.
  • Analyzes how china and russia use the internet for control, surveillance, and as a powerful weapon to exploit the poor and strengthen the government.
  • Analyzes how the article states that the republican party is working on tax reform, addressing poverty, and improving health care.
  • Analyzes orwell's 1984 novel about a middle-class man, winston smith, who rebels against the inhumane government, is caught and tried for crimes, and ultimately fails in an attempt to make any impact.
  • Explains the importance of understanding history and the learning of previous civilizations, heritage, and global interactions. this website is valid because it is approved as higher level education.
  • Explains how the invention of the internet opened a way for universal communication, but it threatens the control of some societies.
  • Analyzes the relationship between the economy and living standards of the citizens of pakistan. the socio-economic system currently is based on relationships to inherit wealth, but is in the process of changing to an islam-based economy for the purpose of ending poverty exploitation.

Smith rebels against the inhumane government, is caught and tried for crimes, and ultimately fails in an attempt to make any impact against the powerful Party. A quotation from this novel says, “No one who has once gone astray is ever spared. And even if we chose to let you live, still you would never escape from us. What happens to you here is forever.”(256) This is a valid source because it is a printed and published novel.

"THE NEED TO IMPLEMENT AND PROPAGATION OF A JUST ECONOMIC SYSTEM."

Pakistan & Gulf Economist 23 Aug. 2015. General OneFile. Web. 29 Apr. 2016.

This article is found on Gale, an educational database that provides valid information. A quote from the article states, “If the evil economic system can be implemented and obtained growth, why not the just economic system may be implemented. The need is only for sincerity and devotion at all levels of the society.” The article discusses the relationship between the economy and living standards of the citizens of Pakistan. The socio-economic system currently is based on having relationships to inherit wealth, but is in the process of changing to an Islam-based economy for the purpose of ending poverty exploitation.

World History for Us All. National Center for History in the Schools, n.d. Web. 4 May 2016.

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