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America After Abraham Lincoln

- America After Abraham Lincoln 1 Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, has undoubtedly left a distinguished mark upon American history. The five years he served in office were certainly some of the most violent and dangerous years of the Republic. From the secession of South Carolina to the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Courthouse, Lincoln’s America faced numerous problems and situations that required a strong leader. In addition, the entire fabric of American democracy and liberalism was attacked....   [tags: American Political Philosophy 2014]

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Moral Courage

- During the Civil Rights Movement, many people fought for what they believed in despite a significant part of the population believing that what they were doing was immoral and wrong. One of these people was George Wallace, the former governor of Alabama, and three time presidential contender. (George Wallace Biography) George Wallace demonstrated moral courage by supporting his belief that segregation should continue with bold and defiant actions actions. Like Atticus Finch, in the book “To Kill a Mocking Bird,” by Harper Lee, Wallace fearlessly fought for what he believed in even when success was out of his reach....   [tags: Civil Rights]

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For Another Mans Freedom

- For Another Man's Freedom "All men are created equal", but the men this is pertaining to are not the men losing blood in this battle at Gettysburg. The men losing their lives in this war are men fighting for what they believe in, for the benefit of their suggested equals. Stepping forward, and then looking back; these memories, and the impact these memories have, are not and will never be forgotten. The blood which was shed in this great battle at Gettysburg could never be forgotten....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Georgia Flag issue

- When we look at our flag, we, as Georgians, see a reflection or ourselves; we hold our beliefs, our heritage, our ancestor's struggles, and our memories in our flag. In the former Georgia flag, one cannot see these things. I believe the former Georgia flag was justly removed because it was a symbol of racism and bigotry, it was the result of an act of defiance, and because the state has history other than that of its Confederate participation. The former Georgia flag was a symbol of racism and bigotry....   [tags: Current Events]

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Account for the responses of the European democracies to the military aggression by Italy and Germany during the 1930s.

- These were pivotal times in the annals of world history in the 20th century. Mussolini and Hitler’s rise to power was clearly a threat to the freedoms of the United States and its Allies. Through God’s grace and omnipotence, the US alliance, industrialization and intellectual might, we had the resources required to overcome the fierce and mighty threat of Fascism in the Free World.  In the 1930s, European governments found it necessary to appease Hitler and Mussolini. Appeasement is the word that clearly sums up the policies and actions that were taken by the European governments....   [tags: Hitler, Mussolini, World War II, Treaty Versailles]

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Challenges, Success, and the Future of Conservation at the SCB 2009 Annual Meeting in Beijing

- The Society for Conservation Biology, the global society of conservation professionals, held its first annual meeting on the Asian continent this summer. Conservation: Harmony for Nature and Society was hosted by the Institute of Botany at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and brought together over 1,200 conservation scientists and practioners from 74 different countries. Presentations spanned a wide range of topics and geographic regions, but particularly focused on Asia and its unique conservation challenges....   [tags: Meeting Minutes]

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The Great Gatsby, the Stock-Market Crash and the Destruction of American Dreams

- The Twenties was a time when people did not care about anything besides having fun. The average person had a job, the economy was flourishing, foreign trade was on the rise and the stock market was booming ("The Crash … and Beyond."). President Hoover said, during his inaugural address, "I have no fears for the future of our country. It is bright with hope" but by the end of 1929 he would regret those inspiring words (Hoover). During a time when people were living the American Dream, few were prepared for or expected the stock market crash and the American nightmare that continued through the 1930s....   [tags: Essays on the American Dream]

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The Benefits of Building a Green House on Western's La Crosse Campus

- Presenting the benefits of building a green house facility on Western’s La Crosse campus. First student benefits will be explored ,second the campus’s benefits, and third the environmental benefits will be discussed. Images of the recommended design and a map outlining the proposed location are presented, and the estimated costs of the proposed kit are included as well. This project will have a positive impact including supporting Western’s efforts toward meeting the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations or in other words being sustainable (Western, Web)....   [tags: Environmental Issues]

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JFK and the CIA: Keep Your Friends Close and Your Enemies Closer

- John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on 29th May, 1917. He joined the United States Navy in 1941 and became an intelligence officer. John Kennedy suffered a bad back injury and in December 1943 was sent back to the United States. After a further operation on his back he returned to civilian life, and for the next twelve months he worked as a journalist covering the United Nations Conference in San Francisco (Simkin, par. 1). A member of the Democratic Party, Kennedy won election to the House of Representatives in 1946....   [tags: Conspiracy Theories]

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The American Dream in The Madonnas of Echo Park by Brando Skyhorse

- In the United States there is an idea many pursue called the American dream, which differs from person to person. The American dream according to americanradioworks.publicradio.org is “a revolutionary notion: each person has the right to pursue happiness, and the freedom to strive for a better life through hard work and fair ambition”. Yet it has been said there is no real definition of American dream, instead it merely proves that it has an unconscious influence in American mentality (Ştiuliuc 1)....   [tags: The Madonnas of Echo Park]

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What is my role as a teacher in the near future?

- In Singapore, education is placed as one of the top priorities which can be inferred from its rank of 2nd out of the total expenditure of the government as compared to other ministries (Department of Statistics Singapore, 2011). Education possesses many roles in the perspective of different realms: the nation, the school, the teachers and the students. At different levels, different objectives are set. Over the years, we have seen several radical changes and transformations of our educational objectives according to the dynamics of the globalised world....   [tags: Education, Singapore]

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The Best Bite: The Stories of Army Hempel and Annie Beattie

- The Best Bite: The Stories of Amy Hempel and Anne Beattie An amuse-bouche is an hors d'oeuvre served to shock the taste buds. Chefs are meticulous in their choice of ingredients for an amuse-bouche, as this one bite proclaims who they are and what they create. The bite must be just right. The writing of Amy Hempel and Anne Beattie is a lot like an amuse-bouche. Their opening sentences are immediately engaging, a unique and deliberate diction allows for maximum intensity in a limited space, and their stories are about the moment, rather than a prolonged succession of cause and effect events....   [tags: short fiction, restraint, details, amuse-bouche]

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The Importance of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

- The importance of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution is such that some have called it the amendment that “completed the Constitution.” When it was ratified on July 9th, 1868, the amendment became one of legislative cornerstones of the Reconstruction Era, a time in which the Radical Republicans, led by John A. Bingham and Thaddeus Stevens, promulgated a legislative program focused on providing racial equality before the law. Among the laws passed in the Reconstruction Era, the Fourteenth Amendment was one of the most controversial, with one Republican congressman, Representative A.J....   [tags: reconstruction era, 14th amendment]

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The Symbol of Guilt in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter

- The scarlet letter is a symbol of guilt with the power to transform not only its wearer, but everyone involved in its inaugural scandal. Pearl and the letter share a certain relationship, and at times seem to mirror each other, as they exhibit similar tendencies. As children of indignity alike, they unconsciously serve as emotional grim reapers, and together, they unwillingly carry out the supernatural mandate of punishment rationed to them through sadistic and demoniac means. Because the two chosen are but unwilling situational puppets strewn by fate, it is impossible for self proclaimed vigilantes of the paranormal to come out unscathed....   [tags: the scarlet letter]

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The Rise and Fall of the National Industrial Recovery Act

- From the very beginning in his career Franklin D. Roosevelt was critical of businessmen even if he himself was trying to get higher in business before his political career started. He said in 1911 that “business must get out of politics”. The twenties confirmed the belief in him that the government should have taken over the control over the American economy from the businessmen. By the year of 1933 when the NIRA became law, it was a firm belief in the United States that Roosevelt was a traitor to his class....   [tags: Government]

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Left an Indelible Mark on American History

- “A whole generation of Americans had grown up knowing no other president. He was a presence in their living rooms, he had called them my friends, and he had been at the helm of the two worst crisis of the century.” (“FDR”) The people loved his optimism and his sympathy with the less fortunate. (Perkins, 7) He was the people’s champion and they elected him to office four consecutive times. (Schlesinger, Time) President Roosevelt rescued America during the hardship that was the great depression....   [tags: biography, american presidents, great depression]

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Ken Kirkpatrick: A Stalwart of New Zealand Food

- Ken Kirkpatrick is a stalwart of the New Zealand food (particularly dairy) industry and has a long and exceptional record of service in scientific, technical, marketing and managerial roles. Ken was dux of Gore High School where he excelled in scientific, language and cultural subjects. He graduated from Canterbury University BE (Chem Eng) (Hons) in 1963 and, with the help of a NZ Dairy Research Institute (NZDRI) scholarship, completed his PhD in the electrochemistry of aluminium under the supervision of Prof Tom Hagyard....   [tags: Biography]

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The Great Depression and the New Deal

- Great Depression The Great Depression and the New Deal In response to the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt was ready for action unlike the previous President, Hubert Hoover. Hoover allowed the country to fall into a complete state of depression with his small concern of the major economic problems occurring. FDR began to show major and immediate improvements, with his outstanding actions during the First Hundred Days. He declared the bank holiday as well as setting up the New Deal policy....   [tags: Great Depression]

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The American civil war: causes and conflicts

- The American Civil War, which began in 1861 to 1865, has gone down in history as the one of the most significant events to have ever occurred in the United States of America, thus far. At that time, questions had arose wondering how the United States ever got so close to hitting rock bottom, especially being that it was a conflict within the country itself. Hostility steadily grew through the years dividing the nation further and further, and finally leading to the twelfth day in April 1861 in Fort Sumter, North Carolina....   [tags: American History, The South, Confederacy]

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John F. Kennedy: A Legacy Never Forgotten

- "Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names"(Brainy Quotes). John F Kennedy said this during one of his speeches, and ironically no one will ever forget the name of the person who murdered him, Lee Harvey Oswald, an enemy of the American Public. When Kennedy ran for office, he had to seem like the more experienced candidate and appeal to all of the people. During his speeches, Kennedy engaged his audiences and they hung on his every word. However, the tragic event of his assassination devastated the country and is something that is still talked about and remembered fifty years later....   [tags: United States President, Democratic Party]

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Jefferson and Steibeck's Vision of America

- While many may enjoy pigeonholing America into the quasi-theocracy category of government, seeing as numerous federal fixtures have been injected with a healthy dose of Christianity, it may surprise John Q. Public to learn that many of our Founding Fathers envisioned no such state. Just take Thomas Jefferson’s Second Inaugural Address in which he clearly states that, “In matters of religion, I have considered that its free exercise is placed by the Constitution independent of the powers of the general government....   [tags: American Culture]

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Helping Those Who Have Helped Us

- Defending our country is not an easy task, and the emotional stress can be crippling. Statistics show a large number of previously employed military men and women become homeless once discharged, and The National Survey of Homeless Assistance Providers and Clients indicates that a solid 23% of all homeless Americans are veterans of the United States armed forces (qtd. in Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans; hereinafter MSHV). While the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs extends help to many, there is still a large demand for its services, leaving it up to communities to organize help for our freedom fighters; hence the creation of the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans, located in Whea...   [tags: Charity]

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The Snapshot Day:Was It A Failure?

- Aware of the serious financial situation the State of Illinois finds itself in, the Illinois Library Association is concerned that the role of libraries in the economic and cultural life of Illinois citizens might be under-represented in current and future budget negotiations. In an effort to help prevent this under-representation, the ILA Advocacy Committee sponsored a one day “Snapshot of A Day in the Life of Illinois Libraries”. DuPage Library System’s Denise Zielinski proposed the idea at the committee’s inaugural meeting in September....   [tags: Legislative Advocacy ]

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The Sixties: A Decade of Rebellion

- “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans” (Kennedy 916). With these words, John F. Kennedy in his inaugural address in 1961 described the 1960’s decade. This era in American history encapsulated a belief in the power of young people to change the world, a desire to help others globally and accept their differences, and a war that would eventually destroy all that America stood for. It was a time for new ideas in all aspects of life....   [tags: U.S. History]

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Challenging Competence: Quality for this Century

- “The adventure of modern art is over. Contemporary art is only contemporary of itself… Nothing differentiates it from technical, advertising, media and digital operations. There is no more transcendence, no more divergence, nothing from another scene…”(Baudrillard, 89.) ________________________________________________________________________ The apples from the last tree standing in the orchard of the art world have grown toxic with the sewage of the art market landfill in which it is planted. High art at the dawn of the 21st century is confined, controlled and contrived by the fiscal pursuits inherent in free marketeering....   [tags: Culture ]

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American History of the Physician Assistant

- One of the fastest growing fields in America is that of the physician assistant profession. Physician assistants are medical professionals who provide diagnostic and preventative health care services under the supervision of doctors. Forbes magazine recently listed physician assistants as the fourth fastest growing profession in the United States. Although the profession is currently getting a wealth of attention, the idea of physician assistants has been around for centuries. More recently due to the shortage of physicians, there has been an increased need for physician assistants....   [tags: Healthcare]

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All that Glitters Is Not Gold

- Herbert Hoover took office in 1929 with an abundance of optimism and the promise of a "New Day” for his American people. In his inaugural speech, he boasted, "In no nation are the fruits of accomplishment more secure" and claimed, "Anyone not only can be rich, but ought to be rich." The American economy had blossomed like never before as Americans had become accustomed to living a healthy and comfortable lifestyle through the distribution of wealth, purchasing of stock, and installment buying. Americans from numerous social classes were now given a chance of living the “American dream.” However, these benefits, which improved lifestyle, promoted Americans to live beyond their means and prod...   [tags: Economics]

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Abraham Lincoln’s use of Veto power

- Abraham Lincoln born in 1809 was the President of United States before he was assassination in 1865.Many scholars refer him to as the greatest president the United State has ever had in history. One among his major achievements was the successful lead of the American country during the great internal crisis. He sealed the Union of the country and fought slavery to the end. Lincoln was a lawyer, after which he became a legislator representing the Illinois state. He was a member in the House of Representatives through an election....   [tags: American History, Politics, Government]

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Bill Clinton: A Life of Controversy

- Clinton impressed people with the idea of a family man in office. He was focused and charismatic. Better economy was what the American people wanted so that is what his goal was. During his reign he went through more scandals and controversies than any other president. He was impeached, yet despite all, he was loved by America. Our economy prospered and we had better diplomatic relations. The American people wanted change for the better and so they elected William Jefferson Clinton for their forty-second president of the United States of America....   [tags: William Jefferson Clinton Essays]

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Greed Caused the American Civil War

- Of the seven deadly sins, the one that has plagued the United States the most throughout its history is greed.. Greed -- i.e., "the excessive desire to possess wealth or goods with the intention of keeping it for oneself." – can be seen in 1614, when Thomas Hunt sailed to Spain from his expedition in America with a ship packed with Patuxet Indians, bound to be sold into slavery. It can also be seen in 1773 as a major factor of the Boston Tea Party, where King George III was yearning for more control over colonial governments and hungry for the revenue from it....   [tags: American History]

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Government Programs During the Great Depression

- With Herbert Hoover in office at the time of the crash of 1929, he believed it was not the government’s responsibility to get involved in helping the millions of Americans affected by this national crisis. However with elections coming up, Americans believed in a time for change. Franklin D. Roosevelt saw a chance to help save the American people and bring this nation of suffering back to a once thriving, prospering nation. With his election in 1932, he brought with him his plan, and this plan was the New Deal....   [tags: Herbert Hoover, Economy]

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The Legacy of John F. Kennedy

- Our Fellow American The late president John Fitzgerald Kennedy once said, “Sure it's a big job; but I don't know anyone who can do it better than I can” (“John F. Kennedy” BrainyQuote.com). Kennedy was a young and fresh political figure at the time of his election in 1960. The thirty-fifth president of the United States was born May 29, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts. He was the youngest president ever, as well as the first and only Roman Catholic president (Bass, et al.). His presidency was shortened by an assassin on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas....   [tags: Charisma, American History]

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Homosexuality and the Anglican Church

- In recent years the topic of homosexuality has been a controversial and frequently discussed topic within the Anglican tradition. The Lambeth conference is an assembly of bishops of the Anglican Communion and is convened by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The conference allows for a collaborative and consultation function which allows for relevant issues to be discussed within the communion(wiki). The argument over homosexuality was predominately discussed as communion wide issue at the 1998 Lambeth conference(gays and the future of Ang), and it was concluded that homosexual practice was " incompatible with scripture." Whether locally or globally debates typically arise around the issue of whe...   [tags: Religion, argumentative, persuasive]

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Homosexuality and the Anglican Church

- In recent years, the issue of homosexuality has been a controversial and frequently discussed topic within the Anglican tradition. The Lambeth conference is an assembly of bishops of the Anglican Communion and is convened by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The conference allows for a collaborative and consultation function which allows for relevant issues to be discussed within the communion (“Lambeth Conferences”). The argument over homosexuality was discussed predominately as a communion wide issue at the 1998 Lambeth conference, and it was concluded that homosexual practice was “incompatible with scripture” (“Lambeth Conferences”)....   [tags: Homosexuality, argumentative, persuasive]

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Carey's First Full-Time MBA Class

- I am passionate about the commercial application of technology as a tool to benefit the global community, which I attribute to a childhood largely spent in Africa. It's been a passion I've developed professionally since the age of 12 when I worked as a volunteer web developer for the US Geological Survey in Reston, Virginia. That experience inspired me to continue exploring my interest in applied technology throughout my adolescence. At age 16, I volunteered with Uganda’s first national internet service provider while living and attending international high school in Kampala....   [tags: Personal Ambition]

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Isn't It Time For Reaganomics?

- From his acting career, General Electric spokesmen, Governor of California, and Presidency Ronald Reagan showed a committed presence with whomever he dealt with. As President, Ronald Reagan encountered many significant events, from surviving an assassination attempt to the space shuttle Challenger disaster; however, probably the most significant (with respects to today’s financial nightmare) was his economic policy, how it changed the prior policy, and how it contrasts our present economic policy....   [tags: Economics]

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Abraham Lincoln: America’s First Commander-in-Chief

- Abraham Lincoln is best remembered as being America’s first war president. In the nineteenth century, the American presidency had seen nothing like the Civil War, and war was upon Lincoln before he or anyone else considered how the position of Commander-in-Chief fit into the Constitution. This resulted in an unorganized thought process and policy. Brian Dirck, author of the article “Lincoln as Commander in Chief,” writes: He did not have the luxury of creating intellectually cohesive, internally consistent methods in the midst of the very messy business of civil war....   [tags: Biography ]

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The Importance of Preventative Medicine

- Every decision a person makes in this life has an effect on their health. It may be going for a jog or choosing fast food for lunch; participating in a triathlon or buying a package of cigarettes. Many decisions people make are without any knowledge or regard of the health impact, such as driving a car, using a cellphone, or jumping in Mirror Lake. This all begs the question, are we as a society emphasizing inaugural speech as much we should. Most of today’s health issues are products of a person’s free will and their knowledge of their health....   [tags: Healthcare]

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Max Weber's Theory of Bureaucracy

- “Public administration entails civil servants implementing a specified policy within the confines of a government executive framework. Public administrators ensure that every facet of federal, state, and local public services are offered and executed to help pave the way for the future.” (Public) More simply stated public administration deals with the mechanics of the government, and works to create a more efficient system from which one is operate in the most optimal and proficient way. Public administration deals with departments across the bored with a majority of them being bureaucratic organizations....   [tags: Business Management ]

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THE BEGINNING OF AN ERA

- Robert V. Remini’s discourse, The Jacksonian Era, defined two substantial political controversies during the Jacksonian era. First, the one-party political system, from Remini’s evidence, was an encumbrance to American politics. The two-party system was more valuable to running orderly societies. Second, Remini further articulated that a democratic government, rather than an administration run by elitists, was in the best interest for the sovereignty of the American people. The dual party’s re-birth to American politics and democracy emerged during Andrew Jackson’s 1828 campaign....   [tags: Jacksonian Era, Andrew Jackson, American History]

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Students Deserve A College Tuition

- Think about this: a straight F student with a family that has a sufficient amount of money. This student gets to go to the best college that their family’s money can buy, which will probably go to waste on partying. Now compare that to a straight A student, living in a too-small temporary place, and no way to pay the bills. This student is everything a college could dream of having, and they actually care about their education. Sadly enough, though, they will never go because how can someone possibly go to college when their family cannot even pay the bills....   [tags: financial aid, pell grants, education]

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Promoting and Protecting Minority Rights

- The founding fathers of the United States Constitution suspected that through democracy, a government ruled by the majority, the majority could easily become tyrannical in its usage of unrestricted power. That is, in denying or denoting the rights of certain minority groups. These fathers included Thomas Jefferson who stated in his 1801 Inaugural Address for President of the United States, “All, too, will bear in mind this sacred principle, that though the will of the majority is in all cases to prevail, that will to be rightful must be reasonable; that the minority possess their equal rights, which equal law must protect, and to violate would be oppression.” Despite the possibili...   [tags: Democracy, Majority Rule, Minority Rights]

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Abraham Lincoln: The Great Emancipation

- Abraham Lincoln: The Great Emancipator During the Abraham Lincoln’s short time as president, he managed not only to save a nation deeply divided and at war with itself, but to solidify the United States of America as a nation dedicated to the progress of civil rights. Years after his death, he was awarded the title of ‘The Great Emancipator.’ In this paper, I will examine many different aspects of Lincoln’s presidency in order to come to a conclusion: whether this title bestowed unto Lincoln was deserved, or not....   [tags: American History, Slaves, African Americans]

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The Value of A Life

- Value of life The life given by god has a very special meaning a value in which people sometimes forget to thank or either regret. Many students/adults believe that they are going to be popular if they have money and a good job buy forget that people are influenced by those who have learned something. Also a lot fail to remember, to earn value you must earn it.In today’s economy the government creates a value on the person by looking at the position they are held for. If you look at it from the society’s point of view they believe people should be given value according to what they do and what position they are....   [tags: Equality, Accomplishments, Society]

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Bush's Inauguration

- In his first speech as the nation's chief executive, President Bush delivered a stunning address capable of reuniting a nation bitterly divided, many say. A plethora of flags hanging behind the U.S. Capitol stage, Bush spoke to a crowd of thousands after being sworn in to office Saturday. And it was a speech lined with obvious passion and a call for all Americans to unite, especially since the Florida ballot melee has left a sour taste in the mouth of much of America. "I will work to build a single nation of justice and opportunity," he told a crowd so Republican that it heavily booed both President Clinton and Vice President Gore when the pair were introduced before the swearing-...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Franklin Roosevelt (FDR)

- President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s program of relief, recovery, and reform that aimed at solving the economic problems created by the Depression of the 1930’s, was referred to as the New Deal. The Great Society was the name given to the domestic program of the U.S. president Lyndon B. Johnson. Both programs had similar yet opposing points. Something had to be done about the banking system disintegration, and the most conservative business leaders were as ready for government intervention as the most advanced radicals (Garraty 765)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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George C. Wallace

- George Wallace The 1960's were characterized as an era full of turmoil. During this era, one of the most controversial topics was the fight over civil rights. One of the key political figures against civil rights movement and pro-segregation was George Wallace. Wallace represented the racist southern view. Many Americans were segregationist, but Wallace was adamant about the topic. Many established political figures were assassinated, during the 1960's. Martin Luther King, JFK, and RFK were all positive visionaries caused controversy throughout that decade....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Healthcare For All Veterans

- One of the most serious problems facing all veterans today is the lack of proper healthcare. Soldiers, sailors and airmen are leaving active duty without having proper healthcare to cover their physical or mental injuries. The department responsible for veteran’s healthcare is the Department of Veterans Affairs. (VA) According to The department of Veterans Affairs website, “The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is a government-run military veteran benefit system with Cabinet-level status....   [tags: Healthcare, Veterans, argumentative, persuasive]

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The Revolution of 1800

- During the election of 1800, Thomas Jefferson succeeded in defeating the incumbent, John Adams, and assumed the presidency. In terms of elections though, the election of 1800 itself was a fascinating election in that it a heavily-contested election and was effectively the first time political parties ran smear campaigns against each other during an election. The Republican Party attacked the Federalists for being anti-liberty and monarchist and tried to persuade the public that the Federalists were abusing their power through acts such as the Alien & Sedition Acts and the suppression of the Whiskey Rebellion (Tindall and Shi 315)....   [tags: US History]

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Industry Analysis: Kia Motors

- History In 1944, Kia Motors Corporation of Seoul, Korea, was founded as a manufacturer of steel and bicycle parts (Kia.com). During the early1950’s, the company changed its name officially to Kia Industries and began production of Korea’s first bicycle (Kia.com). In 1957 Kia began producing Korean’s first motor scooter, the C-100 (Kia.com). Korea’s first truck, the K-130 was introduced in 1962 (Kia.com). In 1971, the Titan, a 4-wheel cargo truck was produced (Kia.com). In 1972, Kia established the Kia Service Co....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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The American Civil War

- There were several primary causes that would eventually lead to one of America’s bloodiest war and now I will explain each one in further detail. One of the main issues that would spark tensions between the northern and southern states was their differing views on slavery. In the North the most prominent idea in peoples mind during the period before the war was the idea of free labor. (Perret 10) They believed that it emphasized economic opportunity in the northern states. (Perret 14) Many anti-slavery movements would soon begin in the northern states and gain great momentum within the 1830’s and 1840’s....   [tags: American History, Free Labor, States Rights]

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Respecting The Founding Fathers

- Since the establishment of our nation, the founding fathers have been looked upon with veneration. The numerous monuments throughout the country dedicated to these courageous men demonstrate their lasting dignity in our society. These men were exceptional leaders who played a substantial role in American history and tremendously shaped our country for the better. They gave us some of our most beloved documents, led the way to our freedom from Great Britain, and provided us with the foundations for our current government....   [tags: Actions, Contributions, Precedents]

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Capitalism in the US

- The United States of America is a great country. It is possibly the longest standing free nation in the history of the world. The founding fathers that constructed our form of government and the Constitution were genius minds. Our republic was founded with an economic system, which we call capitalism. Unfortunately, capitalism is under attack today in the United States. The U.S. must return quickly to a pure capitalist financial system or risk economic ruin. Capitalism is what made our country strong, and it needs to be protected from its enemies....   [tags: History, Benefits, Attack]

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The Founding Fathers Beliefs

- The United States Constitution is the most important document in American history. The founding fathers put intense time and effort into creating a system that would establish America as a great nation for a long time. The main focus of this paper is to figure out whether or not The Founding Fathers intended for America to be a Christian nation. In order to get a clear understanding it is essential to first look at the premises of the Constitution. Throughout this paper we will take a look at the views of Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison....   [tags: Christianity, Freedom of Religion]

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Overview of The Enlightenment

- The Enlightenment was a period of history throughout the mid-decades of the seventeenth century and during the course of the eighteenth century, in which intense revolutions in science, philosophy, society and politics occurred. This part of history was important because it was an enormous departure from the Middle Ages. Seldom before and after this time, did the Church have as much power as it did during the Enlightenment. There were three main eras of the Enlightenment: The Early Enlightenment, The High Enlightenment, and The Late Enlightenment and Beyond....   [tags: Science, Philosophy, Society, History]

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What is Patriotism?

- What is patriotism. Merriam-Webster defines patriotism as love for or devotion to one's country. “I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually,” James Baldwin. “The notion that a radical is one who hates his country is naïve and usually idiotic. He is, more likely, one who likes his country more than the rest of us, and is thus more disturbed than the rest of us when he sees it debauched. He is not a bad citizen turning to crime; he is a good citizen driven to despair.” H....   [tags: essays research papers]

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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

- Atticus Finch was a character from a small town called Maycomb in a time that we come to know is shortly following FDR’s first inaugural address. Times are hard in small town America and ethics as well as morals are shaped by the way people interact with one another. Atticus has many admirable character traits; tranquility, honesty, humility, and a strong sense of civic duty. Atticus is asked to defend Tom Robinson, an African-American man accused of raping a Caucasian woman. The penalty for rape in Maycomb was death....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Franklin Roosevelt: Man of the Year

- Franklin Roosevelt: Man of the Year Assuming the Presidency at the depth of the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt helped the American people regain faith in themselves. He brought hope as he promised prompt, vigorous action, and asserted in his Inaugural Address, "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." When the nation was at it’s worst, Roosevelt was at his best. In his first 100 days in office, Roosevelt pushed through many new programs in order to help fix the problems of the depression....   [tags: History]

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Why Did The Civil War Start?

- In this chapter I will try to find out why the Civil War actually started, and what the consequences of the war were. To find out this I need to know a little more about the history of the Civil War. The causes of most wars are often very complex, but in the America civil war it came down to two major issues, slavery and the protection of the Union. In the North, they were growing richer all the time as industry developed fast. The workers were mostly immigrants with low wages. The South didn’t have these resources, and the slaves were essential for them....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Great Depression of the 1930's

- The Great Depression of the 1930's On October 24th, 1929 the complete collapse of the stock market began, about 13 million shares of stock were sold. Tuesday, October 29th (known every since as Black Tuesday) made the damage worse, more than 16 million shares were sold. The value of most shares fell sharply, leaving financial ruin and panic in its place. There had been panics like this before and there has been many afterward, but never did a market crash have such a long-term effect on our country....   [tags: Papers]

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Social Issues of Yesterday and Today

- Social Issues of Yesterday and Today "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend or oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty," (John Fitzgerald Kennedy). The problems and social issues of our nation years ago have become the problems of today. John Fitzgerald Kennedy became the thirty-fifth president of the United States of America on January 20, 1961. Over thirty-five years later, the problems addressed in his Inaugural Speech are still important social issues of this age....   [tags: Papers]

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Profiles in Courage: Sam Houston

- Sam Houston was a great man in our history. He stood up for what he believed was good for the Union not the North or the South. When Sam was rebuked for providing the winning margin for his opponents he said “I know neither North nor South; I know only the Union.” He also said everyone “…must stand firm to the Union, regardless of all personal consequences.” He was fiercely ambitious, yet at the end he sacrificed for principle all he had ever won or wanted. He was a Southerner, and yet he steadfastly maintained his loyalty to the Union....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Reagan’s Economic Policy

- As President, Ronald Reagan encountered many significant events; from surviving an assassination attempt, to the space shuttle Challenger disaster. Perhaps the most significant event was the economic downturn. He came to office (much like President Obama) in the midst of an economic crisis; however, President Reagan was able to turn the economy around. How did he do this. In order to answer this question, you must first ask what the economy was like when he was sworn into office, how his policy changed from the prior administration’s policy, and how it contrasts our present economic policy....   [tags: US Government]

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Kennedy and Khrushchev

- John F. Kennedy, in his January 1961 inaugural address, emphasized the desire for peace among U.S. adversaries and the unwavering fear Americans must foster in negotiating with those who oppose the country’s democratic principles. Within the early months of his presidency, Kennedy faced pressure within his administration to combat the rising socialist power of Cuba in Latin America. However, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev forced his position in Cuba, ultimately countering U.S. occupation by deploying Soviet troops and maintaining communist influence in the region....   [tags: U.S. History ]

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JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY

- “And so my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. My fellow citizens of the world: ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man.” In his Inaugural Address (January 20, 1961), the thirty fifth president, John F. Kennedy, astonished the nation with his boldness to pledge a better future for not just his country but as well to the world. On this day he took an oath, declared his leadership and ushered the country to do the same....   [tags: U.S. Politics ]

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The Global Divide

- What is globalization. It can be simply defined as worldwide integration and development, but if asked to be defined by the world’s citizens it’s simply referred to as conflict. As you continue to read further, you will see how globalization and the north- south global divide play a key role in our nation’s economy. From the wars on European soil and increasing poverty in Africa, to the booming technological abilities in Japan, this one word will be an understatement to all things to come. I’ll explain how the global divide started and how globalization plays a key role in the world’s own destructive nature....   [tags: Globalization ]

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Figurative Language: Anaphora

- Throughout history, poets had experimented with different forms of figurative language. Figurative language allows a poet to express his or her meaning within a poem. The beauty of using the various forms of figurative language is the ability to convey deep meaning in a condensed fashion. There are many different figures of speech that a poet can use such as: simile, paradox, metaphor, alliteration, and anaphora. These examples only represent a fraction of the different forms, but are amongst the most well-known....   [tags: Poetry]

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Mississippi's "Freedom Summer"

- Rationale Although I wasn’t in Mississippi during the ‘Freedom Summer’, I had a solid understanding of how life was during the ‘Freedom Summer’. This was years of racism and segregation towards the blacks in the US during the Civil Rights Movement. My aspect type was racism, and I learned of its impact on life through our analysis in the class of The Color Purple (1982) by Alice Walker, an epistolary novel about the lives of black people in rural dominated white racist Georgia during the 1920’s-50’s....   [tags: Civil Rights]

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The New Deal

- In the Presidential election of 1932, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the Democratic nominee and the former governor of New York, emerged victorious over the existing president and Republican nominee, Herbert Hoover. The results of this election indicate two major beliefs of the American populace at the end of Hoover’s first term as president: First, American citizens were displeased with the manner in which Hoover decided to handle the nascent economic crisis which manifested itself during his presidency and would later become known as the Great Depression....   [tags: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The Great Depression]

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School of Management

- In reviewing the personal qualities that have influenced my career as a real estate developer, I would first like to identify those qualities that I have found to be foundational and which have served as guides for my life, both personally and professionally. These foundational qualities include honesty, integrity, dependability and competency. These four qualities are of the utmost importance to the success of one’s professional career and toward the contributed success of the organizations they work for....   [tags: honesty, integrity, dependability, competency]

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Democratic Peace Theory

- Intro: US Presidents have made it a goal during their term(s) in office to establish a good relationship with foreign countries and even try to improve upon existing connections with our allies. Some believe it is to prevent conflicts between the countries while others dispute that it is a threat assessment by the United States to pick and choose their friends and enemies. Preventing conflict between two democracies or countries that practice democracy is called Democratic Peace Theory. However, research has begun to show that Democratic Peace Theory is ineffective and needs to be brought to an end as a model for how international relations are formed or destroyed....   [tags: Foreign Policy, Nuclear Turmoil]

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Abraham Lincoln's Assassination

- Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States was elected president on November 6, 1860. Not even on the South’s ballot, Lincoln received 40% of the popular vote. As a strong republican, Lincoln believed in the abolition of slavery. Lincoln became president in the highest conflict between North and South in history, and wanted to preserve the Union. He believed that the South should not be punished after the Civil War, because he thought that they had already been punished enough....   [tags: slavery, abolition, confederate states]

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Equality in America

- Equality can be defined as every person being treated as equals; some examples include: everyone has the same laws, same rights, and access to the same education. In the world of equality there wouldn’t be any sort of discrimination, everyone would be treated as equals. No race greater than the other, no gender greater than the other, etc. In the fantasy world of equality, there would be no more discrimination, or biased opinions, which is why it is considered a “fantasy”. Equality can never truly be achieved simply because of the human race....   [tags: laws, same rights, access to education]

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Globalization of Soccer

- Globalization is erasing country borders. It’s expanding something to a worldwide scale, and generally making the world a little bit smaller. When you think of globalization in terms of sports, the best example is soccer. Soccer is something that started in 1863 as a simple game played in England by people of humble beginnings and not long after that turned into a worldwide phenomenon (Parrish). Soccer has over 3.5 billion fans worldwide. When you really think about that number you realize how big of a deal that is....   [tags: sports, popularity, World Cup, FIFA, culture]

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Abraham Lincoln's Assassination

- Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States was elected president on November 6 in the year 1860. Not even on the South’s ballot, Lincoln received 40% of the popular vote. As a strong republican, Lincoln believed in the abolition of slavery. Lincoln became president in the highest conflict between North and South in history and wanted to preserve the Union. He believed that the South should not be punished after the Civil War because he thought that they had already been punished enough from the war....   [tags: Civil War, American history, north, south]

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The Premier League

- The numbers involved in The Premier League (PL) are impressive and the season once again demonstrated power of this industry, such as 13.6m supporters attending games, allowing the previous record of attendances to be beaten, with a 95,3% of stadium occupancy. “The Premier League has known the world over.... for its passion... as the atmosphere in the grounds... I will miss all of it” , said by Alex Ferguson. It was a season of innovation with the approval of Goal-Line Technology and the season of the implementation of Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP) and the inaugural season of the U-21 and U-18 PL....   [tags: EPPP, U-21 Creation]

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Reviving Irish Culture

- Largely due to the Great Famine, Ireland experienced a significant loss of culture—due to the millions of death and emigrants. For the first half of the twenty-first century, traditional Irish folk music and dance struggled. Without anyone to pass on the knowledge and enthusiasm for Irish song, people quickly lost interest in the Celtic heritage. Practically the only help the folk culture received was anything played in the United States and secretly in homes in Ireland. Irish Musicians kept their hobby a secret in fear of community ridicule and rejection....   [tags: Celtic Heritage]

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The Chicago Cubs

- The Chicago Cubs are an interesting part of Illinois history, even if they are not always successful. The history of Wrigley Field, the famous players, and the stories behind every game are why Chicago loves the Cubs. It is the atmosphere of the friendly confines when you walk in through those gates. It is jumping out of your seat when the ball is being hit out of the park. It is things as little as singing the 7th inning stretch with all the other Cub fans around you. Rooting for the underdog is special, and that is why Cub fans are so loyal....   [tags: illinois history, Wrigley filed]

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Thomas Jefferson's Presidency

- Thomas Jefferson was the third American President. Due to the fact that he was such an early President, he influenced our political system greatly, both in the short and long term with his seemingly quiet approach to congressional matters. During his presidency, many things happened that changed the United States as we know it. He coordinated the Louisiana Purchase, assisted in implementing the twelfth amendment, formed the character of the modern American President, and cut the U.S.’s war debt by a third....   [tags: politics, democrats, republicans]

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President Nixon's Watergate Scandal

- When the President of the United States is sworn into office on his inaugural day in January, he is sworn to faithfully execute the supreme laws of the land, our constitution. We elect a new President every four years to run our nation, represent the country, and uphold the constitution of the United States. The President of the United States is the most powerful man in the world and therefore we place trust in him. When the people find out that their elected President lies to them, a bond is broken....   [tags: President Nixon Watergate Essays]

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