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    I remember waking up on the morning of September 11th and watching the events that happened in New York: the United States was under attack. I was 10 years old and horrified that the world was coming to an end. The news broadcastings kept replaying the planes crashing into the twin towers over and over, so it appeared to me that dozens of planes were terrorizing the United States. I was young and confused and saw everyone in a state of panic. However, as I discovered within a few hours, nobody else

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    significantly increased at a great deal since the end of World War 2, however, the outward dangers of a supplementary individual hegemony attached to the Prime Minister shouldn’t be overemphasized. Although the modern examples of Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair whose styles of leadership have each been labelled as presidential. In this essay I will be assessing the four main prime minister’s power and if his or her powers constrained under the British system. For instances, the power of patronage, cabinet

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    Trevor Blair-The Musical Revolutionist Trevor Blair enjoys working with bands that take their careers seriously and are determined to reach their career goals. Blair’s Battle of The Bands doubled as a preparation field to observe bands that are driven and focused on their music. As the owner and C.E.O. of Revolutionary Entertainment Trevor balances the roles of being the owner and C.E.O. along with the daily tasks required to producing a successful event by remaining focused and remembering to have

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    British politics and has helped shape Britain into the great nation it is today. Whether it was the post-war majority government of Clement Atlee deriving from the ‘bowls of the trade union movement’ or the so called new labour government under Tony Blair, the Labour party have been integral in the progression of modern British politics and has a long and interesting history. The outcome of the 1945 election was more than a sensation. It was a political earthquake. The general election held in 1945

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    The Labour Party

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    of all there was constitutional reform, with Tony Blair rewriting the controversial Clause 4 of the 1918 Labour Party Constitution, so that the Labour Party was no longer committed to the nationalisation of key industries, which Thatcher had privatised. Also, there was no talk of socialism or of the redistribution of Wealth, with Blair making personal pledges over Tax, promises that he stuck to, as Income Tax didn't increase. What's more, Blair introduced the 'New Deal', as well as the national

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    Tony Blair Case Study

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    Tony Blair is a British Labour Party leader who served as United Kingdom’s prime minister from 1997 to 2007. During his first term, Blair seemed uninterested in foreign affairs for the most part, focusing mainly on domestic issues. He described his philosophy of government as the “Third Way”, a policy most often described as an endeavor to discover a form of progressive politics which is different than both leftist and rightist conservatism. He claimed that his policies were designed to help citizens

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    The Burial at Thebes

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    are sought so quickly. Let’s hope that Obama is given the space to be the person America hopes he is whilst Americans get on with being the best that they can be for each other, not for themselves. The only way in which characters like Creon, Bush, Blair and so on can really make themselves immortal for the right reasons is by asking themselves what’s going to work best for all of us, instead of what’s going to work best for me.

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    Books have been challenged and banned ever since books have begun to be published. There are many reasons why books are challenged and/or banned. Books get banned for everything from profanity to sex. Many books have been challenged and banned throughout history. One series has had every single book within the series banned in some locations; there are thirteen books in the series. Gossip Girl, written by Cecily von Ziegesar, is one of the most challenged and/ or banned books in recent years. Gossip

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    greatest concern to Americans both politically and economically. Prior to my download of the current web page titled, "US", I must admit having no awareness of Bill Clinton's plan to cancel a $5.7 billion debt owed ... ... middle of paper ... ...r Blair will revoke his taxation. All will have been done in vain and this is not a risk I would be willing to take, either to support or attend, from this event. Naturally, other issues come into play outside of the one mentioned above. I have read an

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    Ideology

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    Hickson writes, ‘both the Labour and Conservative parties accepted the ideology of social democracy’ (Hickson: 2004: p.143). Therefore it is only fair to say that ideology has been important in British politics in the post-war era. Thatcher, Attlee and Blair were clearly ideologically motivated as their policies showed, but the post-war consensus can also be seen as a period of ideology that the major parties agreed on, and even the current government can be seen as promoting a new kind of ideology of

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