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    considering paying a select few, the stars of the sports. Every single sport in colleges is making revenue for those campuses, making colleges money hungry. Thus, if they decide to only pay a select few, would that leave out women sports all together? Why pay college athletes more on top of everything they already receive? Most college athletes receive free tuition, medical care, meal plans and room and board, which can acquaint to more than a quarter million dollars for their entire college career

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    In the essay I am going to explore the question, “Socrates’ student, Crito, begs him to break the law in order to save his life: either escape from prison or bribe the judges. Why does he want him to choose this solution? What is your response to Crito? What is Socrates’ response to Crito? Do you believe there are any times when you can justify breaking a law? Does Socrates believe there are any times when breaking the law can be justified? Would you have escaped from prison if you had been faced

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    Greed. Think of it as a ying-yang, there are two completely different sides to it, but yet they are so similar. Greed is bittersweet. When pandora lift open the box, she let out this character trait. This character trait, “Greed” was identified as “bad”, that is not all to it though. There is always two sides to something, two sides to every story, two sides to every situation, there is a victim, and there is the perpetrator. As humans, the goal is to strive for success, nothing can stop that. As

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    because through works of literature such as the national anthem all citizens of society are unified regardless of race, ethnicity, or social economic status. Other types of literature which are also admired in modern society include, poetry, novels, essays, and films. These different styles of literature are often seen as forms of art just as any other piece of literature, which have a variety of uses including education or entertainment. Through many of these pieces of arts you will find themes which

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    In this essay, I will discuss how Marx’s Theory in the Communist Manifesto outlines how the Bourgeoisie supplies the proletariat with it’s own element of political and general education, which in the end, leads to the demise of the bourgeoisie and the capitalist class. In the movie, Capitalism: A Love Story by Michael Moore, he clearly outlines contemporary issues that show how the capitalist class causes it’s own demise through it’s selfish focus on profit and how a united population can eradicate

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    interest of the company. In this essay I will be examining the financial events surrounding Bernie Madoff, and the events surrounding Enron. Bernie Madoff, “a former American stock broker, investment advisor, non-executive chairman of the NASDAQ stock market, and the admitted operator of what has been described as the largest Ponzi scheme in the history of the world”. (Bernard Madoff, 2011, para. 1) Bernie was able to convince investors to give him large sums of money with the promise that they would

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    Chaucer

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    Writing an essay about any random topic is no simple task. However, writing a story in a language that no one has done before which includes bashing the church and upper class is beyond simple. Geoffrey Chaucer accomplished that task and it was questioned by many people. Chaucer uses what is called “satire” in all his short stories in “The Canterbury Tales.” Satire is the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context

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    The Role of Greed in a Capitalist Society

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    The Role of Greed in a Capitalist Society Introduction Much has been said about the role of greed in a capitalist, free market economy. Some believe that greed fuels the economy. Others say that it undermines the value system that drives the economy. Adam Smith said that, "It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest" (Smith, 1776: 26-27). This statement explains that it is the self-interest

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    In order to extend the businesses and earn more profit, companies need cheaper labour power and large labour supply. On the other hand, Conrad deemed greedy was the human nature. People were drove by money instead of respect the basic human right. Therefore, the slave trade was occurred. This essay will compare William and Conrad’s work in order to explain how businesses cause slavery in between 15th century and 18th century, the reality of slave trade and people became greedy when there had outside

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    inescapable confines of money, class, and power. There was once a time when nature, not industry, was the driving force of human life. Those days are long gone and irretrievable, and as such, Lawrence’s attempt to bring people back to a world ruled by the body and the forest rather than the mind and the machine ultimately proves futile. In reading Lady Chatterley’s Lover, I found myself thinking about my own life, and how the world in which I live is controlled by money. While my world is far different

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