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    The 1893 World’s Fair

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    The 1893 World’s Fair A World’s Fair is an “[I]nternational exposition that features exhibits dealing with commerce, industry, and science.” (World Book Encyclopedia 412) Entertainment is also present along with cultural activities. In 1893, the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, although inaugurated a year late, commemorated the discovery of America. I feel that the Exposition displayed some of the more beautiful architecture of its time; its immense buildings and sculptures drew heavily

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    Creative Commons - America Needs Fair Use Licenses It’s likely happened to you before, you turn on your radio, or favorite music video network and begin listening to a song by some hot new pop starlet, hip-hop superstar, or aging rocker. The beat is catchy, inviting, and oddly familiar, almost too familiar in fact. You may think, “Didn’t David Bowie, or, hmm, wasn’t it that guy from Queen that played this riff in like ten years ago? Who is this Vanilla Ice guy and why is he rapping over it

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    In the tragedy, Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the paradoxical theme of “Fair is foul, and foul is fair” functions throughout the play. The line is a prophecy which one thing seems like another. It implies especially to the characters that they are not as they seem to be. The Three Witches are the ones who introduce the paradox that runs throughout the play. The theme affects these characters because although they speak of the future, they do not seem to affect the course of it. They are the agents

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    Affirmative Action - Is it Fair??? Affirmative action in theory and in thought is intended to promote the welfare of this country’s minorities by supporting the idea that individuals are equal and should not be judged by race or sex. Therefore, in situations like job and university applications, we should consider minorities to be as feasible a choice for hire as a white male candidate, taking into consideration their background. In short, it tries to give minorities that have been at a disadvantage

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    distributive justice. We are a developing nation when it comes to our philosophies, but I am optimistic that with additional ethical participation by citizens in the area of public policy, Americas (like King and Rawls) can still dream of achieving a fair and just society. Works Cited Flew, Anthony, ed. Dictionary of Philosophy (New York: St. Martins Press, 1979) 299. Lamb, Kevin. "The Problem of Equality". The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies. v20, #4 (Winter 1995) 467-479

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    supernatural effect. “Fair is foul and foul is fair.” The theme that foul is fair and fair is fowl has the biggest supernatural pull The Witches do not predict that he will commit murder to become king but only that he will become king. For example, they all hail Macbeth as king by saying, “All hail, Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter!” Even if the witches weren’t there, Macbeth would have somehow become king because of fate. The Witches know how he will get to be king and it would be fair to tell Macbeth

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    Gibbons v Ogden Decision Fair or Unfair The decision in the Gibbons v. Ogden case is, in my opinion, a very just and fair one. Many believe it to be the first anti- trust decision in U.S. history. The economic results cannot be over-estimated, a different decision could have resulted in completely different circumstances than with which we are accustomed to today. The free flow of commerce, which we seem to almost take for granted in modern economics and business, may have never been

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    than Fair and Foul The statement "Fair is foul, and foul is fair" does not thoroughly express the many themes of Shakespeare's Macbeth.  The first time this statement occurs is very early in the play, when the witches chant the exact line "Fair is foul, and foul is fair"(I.i.12) only for Macbeth to repeat it himself two scenes later.  This repetition of the lines shows that the characters themselves believe that there are many foul events taking place.  Firstly, one can watch the fair Macbeth

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    Is Affirmative Action Fair?

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    Is Affirmative Action Fair? A black student has been waiting for that letter of acceptance from the college of her choice. She receives that letter and gets in. At the same time a female white student is also waiting for her letter of acceptance from that same college. The white student receives a rejection letter even though she had higher test scores and a better GPA than the black student. Was this fair to the students? Was it the best outcome for the country in the long run? Many minority

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    cannot get any answers to her questions. Emily Dickinson feels, that the answers to these questions will only come with death. " I shall know why-when time is over- And I have ceased to wonder why- Christ will explain each separate anguish In the fair schoolroom of the sky- (78)". After she dies and God answers all of her questions, Dickinson then says: " I shall forget the drop of anguish That scalds me now-that scalds me now!" This shows Dickinson's anger toward God. She does not want to have

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