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  • The Decade

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    The 1990’s an innovative decade. Technology was starting to become popular; presidents changed the way we lived and wars were ended. For example, Internet was created. Internet is a large influence on the way we live. Now, people everywhere cannot function without the Internet. Jobs, assignments and games all involve the Internet. Also during the 1900’s Bill Clinton helped pass laws that helped the lower class to earn jobs and help them. Because of Clinton’s time in office, many people were able

  • decades

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    Decade: Up to 1775 Prompt: Economic (South& Slavery) Title: The Mighty Plantations The economy of the south was based on plantations and slave labor. As European settlers arrived, they received large portions of land and established plantations, accumulating even more land by taking advantage of the headright system. The huge plantations were used to grow cash crops such as tobacco, indigo, and rice. Tobacco was one of the more lucrative crops

  • The Decade of the Century

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    important, and exciting years of American history as seen in the professional team, the 49ers, computer search engines, and corvettes. The beginning of the 1990s is led with the first major event, the Super Bowl. This is the year that the 49ers start the decade with a world championship with two of the greatest players of all time. The year of the great Super Bowl victory won by the 49ers, head coach Bill Walsh quit his job. The head coach to lead the great 49er attack to the championship in 1990 is George

  • paper of the decade

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    The Walmart Act Wal-Mart is an American multi- cultural corporation. This store chain has been able to bring in millions over the course of a few weeks. Wal- mart has been able to generate such success through a plethora of reasons, such as the ability of keeping prices low inside the store. Also it offers numerous amounts of products, from home goods to sporting goods; Wal- mart is easily considered a “one stop shop.” Wal- mart can attribute an abundant amount of its success to knowing exactly

  • Insight of the Decade

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    research team in Kyoto University, led by Shinya Yamanaka, devised a technique that removed much of the ethical dilemmas and host-specificity issues of stem cell research by reprogramming somatic cells into a less differentiated state. Over the past decades transcription factors haves been implicated in allowing for the retention of pluripotency. The implicated factors include Oct3/4, Sox2, Nanog, Klf4 and c-Myc (Yamanaka et al. 2006). In 2006, through the use of all of these factors except Nanog, mice

  • A Decade of Change:

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    from largely conservative to immensely liberal, as seen with the many social and political groups of the time. Even then, amidst all of the iconic revolutionary movements in the era, the United States participated in several wars throughout the two decades. Additionally, in the 1950s and 1960s culture began to change along with society. In essence, the 1950s and 1960s harbored essential events and changes in society such as the Women’s Feminist movement, the Civil Rights Movement, and the emergence

  • Decades Paper

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    ECONOMIC – Up to 1775* Title: “Slavery and its Role in the Southern Economy” The southern colonies of North America established their economy upon agriculture, which drove their agrarian workforce. Cash crops were especially crucial to the southern colonies, such as tobacco and cotton, both of which expanded into plantations. Indentured servants worked these plantations with promises of land and “freedom dues,” and some of them actually escalated up the economic ladder. Planters soon gained a

  • A Decade of Dishonor

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    9-11, one of the most tragic moments in the history of the United States, devastated Americans and unified the nation in a movement to increase protection personally, nationally, and politically. On September 2011, members of the Islamist organization, Al Qaeda (Terrorist 1), purchased airline tickets to various flights. Once aboard, these terrorists seized control of the planes. Two of these usurped airplanes flew directly into both World Trade Center towers. The third jet collided with the

  • Technology Through the Decades

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    Technology Through the Decades Technology has come a long way since the first institutionalized classroom. The bounds in advancement have been their greatest in the past 100 years alone. But the classroom we know today in American culture has made many adjustments and achievement over many centuries of work, but this paper will only address the past 2 centuries. The modern classroom, with computers, internet, graphing calculators, and video apparatus’, would not exist if not for the many people

  • The Sixties: A Decade of Rebellion

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    “Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans” (Kennedy 916). With these words, John F. Kennedy in his inaugural address in 1961 described the 1960’s decade. This era in American history encapsulated a belief in the power of young people to change the world, a desire to help others globally and accept their differences, and a war that would eventually destroy all that America stood for. It was a time for new