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    The idea of the American Dream still has truth in today's time, even if it is wealth, love, or fame. The thing that never changes about the American Dream is that everyone deserves something in life and everyone, somehow, should strive to get it. Everyone in America wants to have some kind of financial success in his or her lives. The American dream is said to be that each man have the right to pursue happiness and strive for the beat. In the play "A Raisin in the Sun", the author shows an African-American

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    The American Dream is the most basic tenant of American life. It is the belief that through hard work and American exceptionalism that anyone can move themselves up to a better economic standing, which leads to a better life. An ideal that almost seemed to be a reality for quite some time in America however, the last few decades have shown a decline of the American Dream. Which leads to the question, what the hell happen to the American Dream? The year is 1946, WWII is over and America was the only

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    Parents across America are working longer hours and trying to provide a better and surge future for their children, but Americans are unhappy with the K-12 education system, which we are told is the key for success. The United States has spent more on education any other develop country in the world, and education is ranked 31st and 23rd in Science and it seem that students are falling behind year after year. Yet, we are adding programs to our education system that suggested it would help our kids

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    The globalization of industries can either benefit or harm the industry. It can benefit the industries by increasing their revenue or profit, establishing their product and operation in a new market outside their home country, lowering production cost, and creating jobs for the citizens in the host country which will impact the economy dramatically. However, globalization can harm an industry if government laws and regulations prevent them from entering the host country if they feel the industry

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    Green Cars An Introduction and Brief Economic Analysis Since its invention in the late 1800s, the car has been a major part of our nation’s history and development. As the car matured, it started to become the primary source of transportation for both people and goods. As their technology continues to advance, the demand for more fuel efficient and cleaner emitting cars began to rise, and thus, the green car was born. But what makes a car “green”? What is a Green Car? The U.S. Environmental Protection

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    The NDRA and NASCAR

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    The green flag drops on the first race in The National Dirt Racing Association(NDRA). It doesn’t matter where people go, on some little road in a small town, people will find a small dirt track. The speedways are mostly always located in city areas where a large amount of people live. After a weekend of racing the teams head to the shop to fix the car up again. Despite the fact, that racing had been around since before 1978; whenever Mr. Robert Smawley introduced NDRA, and later Mr. Bill France

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    a symbol of the economic success of a country and the automotive industry plays a key part in the economic well-being of South Africa’ South Africa has its own original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) such as BMW, Nissan, Ford, Volkswagen, Daimler-Chrysler/Mercedes, General Motors and Toyota and automotive components manufactures (ACMs), which are located in three of the nine provinces in south Africa (Naude, 2009:10). An important and most efficient tool that is used by the South African automotive

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    In many ways, the automotive industry has huge impacts on Canada. The impact it has creates jobs, and services. It also boosts economy and contributes to its success. Over the last two decades, the automotive industry has been a leading contributor to Canada’s economy and is a primary factor as to whether or not the economy will be successful. There are many contributing branches of the sector that allow it to be successful. This is shown through the production and manufacturing of vehicles, as well

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    An Analysis of the 2009 Auto Bailout

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    I. Background The three major Detroit-based manufacturers of the American automotive industry, General Motors, Chrysler and Ford, are jointly referred to as the Big Three for distinguishing their operations from those of competitors in terms of size, sales, geography and profits. In early 2009, the Big Three found themselves covered in debts and losses as the U.S. Government handed them an initial bailout package worth $25 billion to rescue them from bankruptcy (Isidore). Through an analysis of

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    Ethanol as an Alternative Energy Source

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    Biofuels: Ethanol an Alternative Energy Source Abstract In today's society, when someone wants to go to the movies, work, school, library, or mall, they drive to their destination. The average amount of gasoline consumed per year is about 146 gallons in the U.S. (Biofuels for Transportation, p1). Discoveries of huge petroleum deposits kept gasoline cheap for decades and biofuels were forgotten (Leen, p1). However, with the recent oil prices, along with growing concern of global warming caused

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