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    The 1948 Tucker Torpedo

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    as the Tucker Torpedo but due to concerns over torpedo not sounding safe, it was changed to the Tucker 1948. These amazing cars turned out to be one of the most revolutionary automobiles ever made and would have remained so if it weren’t for a slander campaign by the United States government. Preston Tucker’s dream above all other things was to make a safe car. Because of this the Tucker 1948 had many revolutionary safety features. Some of these features wouldn't be used for some time by other manufacturers

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    The Elections of 1948 and 2004

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    The Elections of 1948 and 2004 The elections of 1948, and 2004 had many similarities. In both elections we had the two major political parties, plus a third independent party. We had a war going on, polls trying to predict the election, and two main candidates working on getting elected. The elections did have some differences though. Money spent, mediums campaigned through, and the number of votes for the third party. Despite the differences, there was one main similarity that stood out

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    Thomas E. Dewey and The Election of 1948

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    Thomas E. Dewey and The Election of 1948 Thomas E. Dewey was born and raised in Owosso, Michigan. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1923, then obtained his degree from Columbia Law School in 1925. [1] While at the University of Michigan, he was a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. He was also a writer for The Michigan Daily. Dewey was a prosecutor in New York City in the 1930s.[1] In 1936 Dewey assisted in the indictment and conviction of Richard Whitney, the former president in the New

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    The country’s recently heightened airport security measures have become a source of controversy and debate across the Nation. Due to a recent attempted act of terrorism, where a man on an international flight to Detroit attempted to blow up the plane using a bomb, the department of homeland security has taken new measures to ensure national security in the form of new high- tech full-body scans and pat down procedures in airports. The new body scanning machines create images

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    Push, Pull or Drag in....Another Misleading TV Commercial Have you ever been watching TV and seen a car commercial that says, “ Come on down to your local Ford Automotive, and you can get a car of your choice for just $129 a month (Spitzer, 2003).” Some have even used lines like, “Do whatever you have to do push, pull or drag your car in, and drive away in a brand new car” (Spitzer, 2003). The commercial may never stop to give you the details of the qualification requirements for the cars. So

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    unsuccessfully be able to solve. Artificial Intelligence is the correct pathway to take, if you are considering to use it on mundane tasks. It would definitely make everybody's life easier. You don't have to use your brain as much, like you used it at school. The intelligence of AI will absolutely help the society to evolve, and to also make it so much stronger than it already is. It would provide a faster way to solve problems that humans can't solve. Artificial Intelligence may be really helpful

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    The War of 1948

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    The War of 1948, also known as the War of Independence, was fought between Israel and its Arab neighbors. The war began May 15, 1948 when units from the armies of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq invaded Israel launching a war that lasted until December 1948.# The war resulted in the defeat of the Arab forces and the success of Israel as a newly established state. It is evident that the Arab forces were not successful in the first Arab-Israeli war because the Arab army lacked motivation, education

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    Montana 1948

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    Montana 1948 is about the loss of innocence and the painful gain of wisdom. Discuss. Montana 1948 a series of tragic events were to have a major impact on David and his parents. David’s shocking revelations lead to his painful gaining of wisdom. When David’s story begins, his life is a stable and happy one, and his family are close and loving. It is this stability and respect though, in which the much loved and admired Frank is held by both the townspeople and David, that make the events which occur

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    Montana 1948

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    Loyalty is one of the ethics that is instilled in a person at a young age. Loyalty can range from loyalty to a family member, friend, teammate, ect. In Larry Watson's, Montana 1948, the summer of 1948 tests the loyalty of each character and is told through the eyes of a young boy, David. The picture was clear to David when Marie was Murdered. Through this tragic event David was able to read each family member determining whether they were loyal or whether they would betray. David Hayden, the son

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    Montana 1948 Themes

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    The book "Montana 1948" by Larry Watson is a story happened in a small place, Montana, which mainly focuses on justice verses family loyalty, the need for power and the racism. With the exposing of Frank’s crime which is rape and murder, the serious conflict between Wesley’s family and his father’s has raised. Wesley decided to use the power to do good things which is sending Frank to the jail, no matter who the person and his or her relations are, people must pay for their crimes, (pg. #150). However

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    the British colonial government in 1948. It is used to deal with the threats precipitated by the ‘communist insurgency’. When Malaysia gained its independence on August 31st, l957 the Sedition Act continued as a Malaysian statute by the operation of Article 162(1) of the Federal Constitution (the Constitution). The Sedition Act 1948 is a restraining law. It tells people what to do and what not to do. It is an archaic British law which introduced to Malaya in 1948 and amended shortly after the year

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    Humans are no strangers to war. They have fought for freedom. They’ve fought for land. They have fought for resources. Israel became a country in 1948 with the help of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. They thought process behind creating the Nation of Israel was the fact that it was the original Jewish homeland. The Jewish people were desperate for a country to call their own because of the Third Reich. Germany, under the reign of Hitler, had destroyed many homes and relocated Jewish families

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    Afrikaners' Establishment of Apartheid in 1948 During the seventeenth century South Africa was colonized by English and Dutch, the decedents of the Dutch settlers became known as as Boers who were determined to live by their own rules and not to be controlled by anyone else, they wanted economical end geographical control, but most of all the wanted to be segregated from all non-whites, the wanted Apartheid: Afrikaans: "apartness", a policy that governed relations between South Africa's

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    “The two different world we lived in weren’t so different”(41). There were unresponsible parents, dead friends, and unfaithful love. These are the kinds of problems that are faced in S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders. These problems are not just faced by one group. These problems are faced by both greasers and socs. In this book, Hinton uses Johnny’s and Bob’s parents issues, Randy’s and Dally’s loss and Bob’s and Sodapop’s sad-love stories to tell the reader that life is tough no matter what kind of social

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    Defining one's Identity

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    Defining a person is not as easy as looking through a dictionary. Inferring, thinking, and a thoughtful mind are all required in illustrating the true person. The shaping of one’s identity is all based on events that happen to a person. Many sources of literature prove that the major aspect in shaping one’s identity is memories. In literature, they include the fundamentals of memories in their morals. The importance of memories is significantly shown in The Outsiders when Johnny acts differently

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    For a lot of teenagers, drinking and drugs are used as an outlet for them to forget about their problems for a while. While reading “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro and “Greasy Lake” by T. Coraghessan Boyle, readers will come to that realization. Both stories involve teenagers drinking alcohol or using drugs to forget about their problems, which allows them to learn life lessons that change them for the better in the process. In “An Ounce of Cure”, the main character, Alice, falls in love with a

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    Some people say that opposite personalities attract. This is true in S.E. Hinton’s novel The Outsiders, Johnny Cade and Dallas Winston have their differences. One is tough cool, and likes to break laws. The other one is passive quiet, and would never think to even shoplift. Even though Dally and Johnny are the complete opposite of each other, they still have their similarities. They both care about each other, and they both happen to have been raised by neglectful and harsh parents. Even though they

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    Montana 1948 by Larry Watson

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    Larry Watson, in “Montana 1948”, uses the motif of light and silence in many ways to develop, clarify and reinforce ideas about truth and injustice, and portray the nature of some characters. He illustrates the injustice in Bentrock through the motif of light and then demonstrates to the reader the occurrence of something wrong through the motif of silence. The motif of light also sometimes assists the motif of silence to emphasize the significance of the event. Watson utilises the two motifs to

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    Yellow Woman Introduction: The concept of the change and longevity of the fairy tale (or myth) is well illustrated in the story “Yellow Woman” by Leslie Silko. Not only is the story a modern explanation of a traditional Native American myth, but the style that Silko uses to tell it evokes and adapts the oral communication style that those old myths were passed down with. The story is also very self-consciously aware of its place as a modern revision of a myth, and makes many internal references

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    In Montana 1948, written by Larry Watson, the events that took place irrevocably changed David Hayden’s life in several ways, both good and bad. The novel Montana 1948, is written from the point of view of David, the son of the Mercer County’s sheriff, Wesley Hayden and features many events which are indelible from his memory. The death of Little Marie Soldier, David’s housekeeper, was the first event, which would ultimately change David’s life. After her death, David experiences great discomfort

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