Free Albert Gore Essays and Papers

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  • Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave

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    149-159. Douglass, Frederick. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Boston: 1845. Rpt. The Heath Anthology of American Literature. 3rd ed., vol. 1. Ed. P. Lauder, et al. Boston: Houghton Mifflin,1998. 1760-1818. Stone, Albert E. “Identity and Art in Frederick Douglass’s Narrative”. CLA Journal 17.2 (December 1973): 192-213. Rpt. Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism. Vol. 7. Eds. Laurie Lanzen Harris and Sheila Fitsgerald. Detroit: Gale Research, 1988. 135-137.

  • The Greenhouse Effect, A Torrent of Information, and the Politics of Mass Uncertainty

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    Torrent of Information, and the Politics of Mass Uncertainty Introduction: Global warming, the ozone layer, and deforestation are becoming increasingly discussed topics both in the international community and society. Former Vice-President Albert Gore stated in his 1992 book Earth in the Balance, “The process of filling the atmosphere with CO2 and other pollutants…is a willful expansion of our dysfunctional civilization into vulnerable parts of the world” (Wittwer 21). With statements like this

  • Art of War in Ancient China

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    Art of War in Ancient China The Chinese concept of shih is an elegant and complex thinking unique to the Chinese culture and tradition. Allowing the propensity inherent in the every kind of reality to operate on its own accord and to maximum effect is the operative concept this essay seek to explore across different domains of reality. The first part of the essay investigates the concept of shih as it is applied in military texts of Sun-tzu and in politics and political rhetoric and communication

  • All Quiet on the Western Front

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    with his ill mother) when he feels himself pulled down by emotion. These surging feelings indicate the extent to which war has programmed Paul to cut himself off from feeling, as when he says, with devastating understatement, “Parting from my friend Albert Kropp was very hard. But a man gets used to that sort of thing in the army.” Paul’s experience is intended to represent the experience of a whole generation of men, the so-called lost generation—men who went straight from childhood to fighting in

  • The Origins and Methods of Stop-Frame Animation

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    Stop-frame animation (known alternatively as stop-motion or stop-action) is defined as “a special effect, carried out while shooting, in which the performers stop their motion and the camera is stopped while an object or performer is added to or removed from the scene” (Dictionary). It is possibly the oldest and most elementary sort of animation. There are many techniques used in stop-frame, including claymation, puppetry, pixilation, traditional media, and time lapse. Each method, of course, has

  • European Commission’s Proposal on Software Patents

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    European Commission’s Proposal on Software Patents The European Commission should maintain and clarify its limitations on patents for software, to fight against American mega companies attempting to globally monopolize software, to avoid the mistakes the United States has made, and to potentially let Europe emerge as a software mecca, where software can continue to make significant advancements. This viewpoint can be supported with several ethical considerations, including Ethical Egoism

  • How Green Advertisement Works

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    How Green Advertisement Works: When creating environmentally centered marketing campaigns, strategies are similar to new product evaluations. Target markets and consumer priorities are much different among those who are concerned with the environment and those who are not. In order to motivate consumers to care about the environment, businesses use the affective approach and showcase beautiful environments and use breathtaking images to create emotional connections between a product and the environment

  • Nepotism in American Business and Politics

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    Nepotism in American Business and Politics During the November 2000 presidential elections, two children tried to make daddy proud. First there was Albert Gore Jr. – the son of a powerful and respected senator of Tennessee – who was no stranger to politics and privilege. As a child he attended the prestigious St. Alban’s School and while growing up, it was common to see then Vice President Richard Nixon as a guest at the family dinner table. Then there was George W. Bush – a third-generation

  • Rachel Carson

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    from what would become Rachel Carson's anti-chemical landmark Silent Spring were published in The New Yorker. "Without this book, the environmental movement might have been long delayed or never have developed at all," declared then-Vice President Albert Gore in his introduction to the 1994 edition. The foreword to the 25th anniversary edition accurately declared, "It led to environmental legislation at every level of government." In 1999 Time named Carson one of the "100 People of the Century." Seven

  • The Censorship of Art

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    Parents Music Resource Center was founded in 1985 as the result of the unusually combined efforts of a few concerned parents (Coletti 1987:421-426; Gray 1989a:151-153, 1989b:6-8; Kaufman 1986:228-231; McDonald 1988a:302-106; Roldan 1987:222-231). Tipper Gore, ... ... middle of paper ... ...C. (1993) "Sex, violence, and profanity: Rap music and the First Amendment." Mercer Law Review 44:667-686. Zappa, Frank (1989) The Real Frank Zappa Book. New York: Simon and Schuster. X. (1983) Music is dangerous