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    Jarroc as a Betrayer

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    Jarroc as a Betrayer Defection is a word which Americans have been taught to fear, from the days of Joseph McCarthy to Moscow on the Hudson. In our collective consciousness, we viewed defectors as both fascinating and repellent. Defectors from outside the convivial allied sphere of North America and Western Europe--persons from those Communist places, especially--served a useful purpose because of what inside knowledge they held, and at the same time frightened us because they carried

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    The Traitor

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    personal rather than political reasons. The difference between the terms is subtle, but important: the term 'defector' should not imply traitorous crime, nor should the term 'traitor' imply defection. The term 'defector' is used to describe a person who has joined another country for ideological reasons. Defection is a political term and is only used to describe knowing and voluntary relocation due to ideological motivations. Someone's ideology is their overall view of or attitude toward life: their

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    Threats are everywhere. Every community in the world faces some sort of threats from time to time. These threats can be large or small, can come from inside or outside of the colony, and can have devastating effects on the group as a whole or as individuals. Quite often, parallels can be drawn between societies that have nothing to everything in common. This is found when comparing two dramatically different groups in the Sambia and the Hutterites. When first comparing the Hutterites and Sambia,

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    Discalvatore's Dilemmas

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    prison while the former will receive no prison time. DiSalvatore and I participated in five rounds of the game in which she defected nearly all five times while I only defected a couple times. Almost every time I defected was in retaliation to her defection in the last attempt which is a concept known as “tit for tat”. Tit for tat is when one side retaliates against the other in result of a negative action that the other side carried out previously (Ziemke). Following the five-round game of the prisoner’s

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    Summary Shin Dong-Hyuk was born a prisoner in Camp 14, a long established North Korean labor camp. The author, a writer who has set up a series of interviews with Shin to reveal his life story and his incredible status as the only person born in a North Korean labor camp to escape. He grew up learning to snitch on his friends and family would earn him food in an environment where almost everyone was always starving. His parents were chosen because of their “good behavior” in the camp to get married

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    Jarroc: The Admiral and Father

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    Jarroc: The Admiral and Father During the episode of Star Trek, "The Defector", Jarroc clearly shows that he is not a traitor. He does not properly fit the definition of a traitor and while it can be argued that he was one, his inner motives must be taken into account. It is these motives which make all the difference. The Webster's dictionary from the On-line Library defines a traitor as, "one who betrays another's trust or is false to an obligation or duty: one who commits treason."(gop)

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    specific business it means that they prefer their products over other brands. However, it is not unusual for these consumers to find a defect in the products which creates a customer defection for the business. Customer defection is when customers cease the usage of products of that specific company. Customer defection could be as a result of a lack of proper or accurate market research that predict future consumer requirements and as well as the current requirements. Perhaps if the image of the

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    Lawrence Ferlinghettis Politics

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    Lawrence Ferlinghetti's Politics I hope I won't seem too politically incorrect for saying this but after immersing myself in the writings of the guilt-obsessed asexual Jack Kerouac, the ridiculously horny Allen Ginsberg and the just plain sordid William S. Boroughs... it's nice to read a few poems by a guy who can get excited about a little candy store under the El or a pretty woman letting a stocking drop to the floor (“Literary Kicks”). For casual reading, Lawrence Ferlinghetti's poetry is cheerful

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    I recently spoke with your office about the above subject matter and became encouraged after I shared my story about what happened to me at the California Bar after I received a defective bar exam booklet during the timed examination. It was suggested that I write you for help or relief. Enclosed is a copy of my letter to Governor Brown in which I briefly explain the unconscionable and openly discriminatory behavior that must cease, as we move beyond that style of leadership. What started out as

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    cipher clerk in the Intelligence Administration. Thus, Igor Gouzenko’s appointment as a cipher clerk would lead to his defection to Canada, the Gouzenko Affair, and the beginnings of the Cold War. Igor Gouzenko’s defection to Canada in September of 1945 was “...One of the first shots fired in the Cold War”. The beginning of the Cold War started shortly after Gouzenko’s defection. The Cold War refers to a period of political and military tension beginning after World War II and ending in 1991 with

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