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    Community(bibliography.com). Dr. Washington’s “Atlanta Compromise” is noted as one of the most influential and significant speeches delivered in America(Gaston). It’s time to explicate Dr. Washington’s address as it relates to the one of the four major aims for writing literature during this era and his life story. The story of Booker T. Washington begins in slavery on April 5, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ston, Paul M. The New South Creed; a Study in Southern Mythmaking. New York: Knopf, 1970.

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    Priestley’s Main Aim in An Inspector Calls J.B Priestley wrote an Inspector Calls in 1945 at the end of the Second World War. He set his play in 1912 before the Titanic sank. As the Second World War was ending, many things began to change. The upper and working classes had been mixed due to the War Effort. People became dressed alike and worked in the same places. Priestley had served in the First World War and was in a German gas attack. By the end of the First World War he was writing

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    The Labour Government and Its Success in Achieving Its Aims in 1924 In January 1924 Ramsey MacDonald formed labours initial administration in coalition with the liberals his appointment of red clydesider and fellow Scot John Wheatley as health minister raised hopes of social change in Scotland. The labour and liberal governments were able to out vote the conservatives over political issues. Wheatley's 1924 Housing Act attempted to initiate an agenda of slum clearance and subsidised housing

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    Dickens' Social Aims in A Christmas Carol In this essay I am going to explain in detail; what Dickens is trying to achieve by writing "A Christmas Carol". This will involve his aims, which is that the poor should be treated with more compassion and how he is going to achieve this, which involves opening the eyes of people with enough wealth and power and by educating people to get rid of any ignorance. Dickens' tool that he creates and uses within his novel is a caricature of the problem

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    William Shakespeare's Aim in Richard III Richard III, in my opinion, was written to portray Richard as an arch villain, to show him as an evil and even more callous person than he actually was. Although, the dialogue in the play compiles of a large amount of entertaining situations, remarks, asides and conversations. Richard III was based on a true life king who ruled between 1483-1485. Upon the death of his brother, Edward IV, he became guardian to his two nephews, Edward V, the new young

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    GUNS ARE BEST CONTROLLED BYGOOD AIM. Guns, like many other issues of the day, have two distinct opposing views with many people in the gray area. Even when looking at a tragic situation, people will have two opposite spins on it. For example, a suicidal madman on top of the Empire State Building kills six people including himself with a gun. Gun-control advocates think that outlawing guns would have stopped the killing from ever happening. Pro-gun advocates think that it would have been stopped

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    Priestley’s Main Aim in An Inspector Calls JB Priestly wrote ‘An Inspector Calls’ to enhance the message that ‘we don’t live alone. We are members of one body. We are responsible for each other’. This is something Priestly felt strongly about and he succeeded in representing his views through the character of the Inspector in the play itself. He wanted to communicate the message that our actions, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, always affect others. He uses the downfall

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    My first book choice was a particularly easy choice to make. As a young child my dreams often wandered to the skies and I have aspired to be a pilot ever since. Becoming one the United States Air Force’s elite pilots must be among every young man’s dreams at some point in his life. Unfortunately for myself, I found out this year that I am not medically qualified to become an Air Force pilot but that I am restricted to the commercial industry. Nevertheless, I still look up to and have great respect

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    Global Perspective : Conflict and Peace Introduction Now in the 20th century , the way to prove how strong one country is , is to check their military force and their ability of having advanced weapon . When the first battle ever started , swords , shield , bow and arrow was used and if there was a war in the 20th century no one can predict what might happen in the end but something that can be confirmed is a huge amount of people life will be taken away. Now more developed country will usually

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    F-4 Phantom II: Vietnam and Beyond The birth of the F-4 began in October of 1954 when the United States Navy submitted a letter of intent to acquire prototypes of a new fighter design from the McDonnell Douglas Company. The need at the time for the Navy was an aircraft with very specific capabilities, the ability to fly 250 miles in front of the fleet, maintain a combat air support role for 2 hours, engage in aerial combat and after all of that return safely to the aircraft carrier all within a

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