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    The First Rebel Who Changed The Entire World

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    “Clean your room. Don’t touch that! Go mow the lawn. You better be studying and nothing else. You must do this assignment or you will fail.” We have all heard these commands scolding from our abecedaries and parents’ mouth at one point in life but now a days you see teenagers not caring for what they are being screamed at or better yet, screaming back at their guardians for giving orders. The man who started this rebel revolution was no different from the teenagers in the 1950’s till he started high

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    James Dean

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    impact in Hollywood then and now. On February 8, 1931, James Bryon Dean was born to Winton and Mildred Dean in Marion, Indiana. Dean was extremely close with his mother, who referred to him as James Bryon. On June 7, 1935 Dean's family moved to California when James was only five. On April 14, 1940 Dean lost his mother to cancer. He was then sent by his father to Indiana to live on a farm with his aunt and uncle, Marcus and Orlense Winslow at the young age of nine. He was filled with great grief

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    Michael Jackson

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    king of pop”, now a days many artist’s have arisen and have performed but not as the king of pop known worldwide and in history, has dominated the world of pop as Michael Jackson. Born on August 29, 1958 to a strict working class family in Gary, Indiana. Michael Jackson has gone through personal scandal, family squabbles and numerous career quakes but Michael Joseph Jackson remains one of the planet's best known figures. Jackson has spent almost his entire life as a public performer. He was the founder

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    “Originally published in 2006, Mississippi Politics quickly became the definitive work on the state’s political history, campaigns, legislative battles, and litigation, as well as how Mississippi shaped and was shaped by national and regional trends.” While the second edition of the book still shows Mississippi’s gradual change from a blue state to a red state, it also examines the aftermath of Haley Barbour’s re-election campaign in 2007 along with the 2008 presidential elections. The one thing

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    Final Summary Paper (Midwest)

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    Final Summary Paper (Midwest) The Midwest region of the United States consists of Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Indiana. A major source of the Midwest region of the United States is agriculture. The biggest issue the Midwest faces due to climate change is the effect of flooding on agriculture. Without agriculture the Midwest would not be what it is today. Over the years as flooding has increased planting and crop

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    For example I connect Indiana and some musical artists, while some people connect Indiana with food. This paragraph is about Indiana. Indiana is the place everyone thinks is boring and has no history, but Indiana is actually a lot more interesting than most people think. The first baseball game ever was played in Forte Wayne IN on May 14, 1871 ("Rouston, Pierre.") Indiana is the only place with so many professional baseball teams, not one team has ever been a club. Indiana was also home to the

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    Schnellville Case Study

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    Sitting on a hill overlooking the community of Schnellville, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church stands in the middle of the rural and unique township of Schnellville, Indiana. Most often referred as Sacred Heart, the church is the most visible and prominent building in Schnellville. Many Catholic churches located in Dubois County boast standing more than 100 years including the following: St. Anthony Church in St. Anthony, St. Ferdinand Church in Ferdinand, St. Mary Church in Ireland, St. Joseph

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    On September 6, 2016 ITT Technical Institute shut down all its 130 campuses around U.S., a controversy that have officials and regulators wondering who to blame. A long going ethical issue that led the for-profit school ITT Technical Institute to cease operations leaving over 8000 employees out of jobs, nearly 45,000 students without completing their degree, and a $600 plus million possible debts to taxpayers. The institution closed its doors forever, with no warning to its staff, faculty nor student

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    The land of the Native Indians had been encroached upon by American settlers. By the 1800’s, their was more white settlers than Native Indians. Nearly 400,000 white settlers were illegally settling upon the decreasing land of the Indians that the government noted as theirs. Due to the US government’s lack of involvement towards the encroachment of their citizens on Indian land, a conflict was bound to happen. Indians were infuriated. The Shawnee Chief Tecumseh stood up to take action and plead for

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    Dan Coats

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    The battle for the state of Indiana is usually quite set. Indiana has long been considered to be a staunch Republican-supporting state, especially in Presidential races. The Hoosier state has only supported a Democratic candidate for president five times since 1900. These include Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt in two elections, Lyndon Johnson, and, by a mere 1% margin, Barak Obama. But, it is also interesting to note that eleven Democrats have been elected Indiana’s governor during that same

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