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  • Elizabeth Dole

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    Elizabeth Dole shows greatness because of her success as a great role model for young women everywhere. She has amazed family and friends since she was very young girl with her outstanding achievements. Even though she has done much hard work and deserves much of the credit for her achievements, she still gives her family all of the recognition. She believes she would have never made it this far if her family had not taught her values and beliefs. These values and beliefs have helped her to get through

  • Case Study Of Dole

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    such as Dole. Dole is a massive company which exports and sales many produce items such as strawberries and their famous pineapples, but in this essay we will

  • Dole Case Study

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    the certification signs (Basas, 2011). According to rising concerns over food safety and future disease prevention, customers are embracing more fresh fruits and vegetable portions into their meals and are increasingly comprising vegetarian meals. Dole, with its vegetable and fruit providing, is capably positioned in the

  • The Case For Work For The Dole

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    until retirement. And competition is strong. Each year it becomes stronger - each year thousands more students join the ranks of the unemployed, and long term unemployment, especially amongst youth, is a real problem. The Government's "Work for the Dole" Scheme is a much-needed positive step that is helping youth make the transition from student, to unemployed, to employee. Each year 25,000 places in the Scheme are available, 20,000 of which are set aside for young people. Under the Scheme, unemployed

  • Bob Dole: A Race To The Top

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    Bob Dole: A Race to the Top People understand they can't get all these tax cuts, protect their favorite programs, and balance the budget," says Susan Tanaka speaking on the promises made by presidential candidate Bob Dole to the American public (Gibbs 1996). Bob Dole proposed his tax cut package on Aug. 5, 1996 hoping to entice the public into voting for him in the 1996 presidential elections. Dole focuses his proposal towards social conservatives and supply siders believing he will give them their

  • Elizabeth Dole: A True Role Model

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    Elizabeth Hanford Dole grew up in North Carolina in the small town of Salisbury ,and was born to a wholesaler on July 29, 1936. Dole had a privileged childhood and had the opportunity to study private balled and horseback riding amongst other things. As she grew up she became a model student succeeding in academics as well as extracurricular activities, such as drama and student government; and even got elected as president of her freshman class. After high school like many girls her age, Dole proceeded

  • The Presidential Debates Between Bill Clinton And Dole

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    The Presidential Debates Between Bill Clinton and Dole The presidential debates between democratic President William Clinton and Republican Senator Robert Dole proved to be a game of "dodge-ball". Bob Dole fired criticism and attacks while Clinton tried to "dodge" them. Dole attacked him on most of his ideas, and his tendency to exaggerate. Clinton avoided the lies he made since the 1992 presidential campaign (brought up by Dole, of course) by revealing all that he accomplished for the

  • How Dole Could Have Used The Issues To His Advantage

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    How Dole Could Have Used The Issues To His Advantage In a more or less conservative country, the more or less conservative candidate, Bob Dole, should have been a lock for the presidency; the only problem was President Clinton. Clinton had moved rightward positioning himself between Newt Gingrich's zealous revolutionaries on the right and liberal democratic barons on the left. Clinton's speeches started sounding like a Republican was giving them. Bob Dole had followed the Nixon ideology of going

  • Measuring Public Relations Effectiveness For The Dole Food Company

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    Walter Lindenmann, a case study called “Measuring Public Relations Effectiveness For The Dole Food Company and the Society for Nutrition Education.” The main reason I chose to analyze this article was because it focuses specifically on one measurement study and tells exactly how it was conducted. Dr. Lindenmann‘s study was to determine the effectiveness of a program conducted by the Dole Food Company. The Dole food Company’s program involved creating a CD-ROM in conjunction with the Society for Nutrition

  • Bob Dole, Bill Sherman, and some blind guys with an elephant

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    Bob Dole, Bill Sherman, and some blind guys with an elephant When I moved back to Vermont and had conversations with friends and relatives about the Gulf War, I was surprised at how different the war they were describing was from the one that I remember. "Stealth" fighters, "Patriot" missiles, "chemical" attacks, people that I talked to had the impression that war was a constant state of danger. At the American Legion's annual convention this past summer, speaker Bob Dole said in part that, for