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    Why was the Australian Federation a triumph for Australian Unification? The Australian Federation was a collection of separate British people called colonists who lived in colonies, there were 6 colonies that were like 6 little countries. After federation we were one country called ‘Australia’ and all of the people within the colonies called themselves Australians. The intention of this essay is to argue that Australian federation was a triumph for Australian unification. The unification of defence

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    American Federation of Musicians

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    rights of those very musicians. The average American may think their favorite musicians are rolling “dough” and not realize that for the past hundred and fourteen years the American Federation of Musicians, aka AFM, has worked to improve the professional lives of musicians across North America. (American Federation of Musicians, 2010) AFM attracts its members with a mission to unite professional musicians which states, “We can live and work in dignity; Our work will be fulfilling and compensated

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    same. The reason this has not happened is due to Federation on the date of 1st of January, 1901. Federation is when the six separate British self-governing colonies of New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia formed one nation. Does this suggest that, in spite of common beliefs to the contrary, that Australia would not have been the same? John Lewis (1940- current) did once say, “I don't think the federation has a head; its neck has just grown up and haired

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    My Future in the World Wrestling Federation Before I even entered the double doors, I could hear the power saw inside. My warm breath turned to fog in the cold, January night, and I took the step that would change my life. Entering into a large room, the smell of sawdust almost made me sneeze, and I saw the wrestling ring in the far right corner. I passed the men cutting the 2 x 4s, and making my way towards the ring, was greeted by a stranger. "Are you Jesse?," a 350-pound man asked.

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    WCW vs. WWF The World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling have been battling for the top rated television program for about three years. Some people think that there is a clear favorite and other think that it is too close to call. Some of the aspects of one program are not shown in the other program but both have very strong cases. The World Wrestling Federation is my favorite because of it’s advertising and programming but World Championship Wrestling has many qualities I like

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    The CCF, or Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, was formed in Saskatchewan in 1932. It was one of the parties that were established as a protest party when the Liberals or Conservatives had no strategy to improve the conditions of the depression. The party was formed by several different types of groups, including agricultural, labour, socialist, and cooperative groups. When the party was formed, their intentions were to work towards the economy alterations that were needed to help those whose lives

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    Australian Federation

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    Federation is the joining of states to become one nation. The Australian government first considered federation in 1890 when premier Henry Parkes convinced other premiers to discuss federation in the Australasian Federation Convention. Australia finally federated in 1901 after many failed attempts at doing so. Australia finally federated because This essay will discuss two advantages of Australia federating and two disadvantages of Australia doing so. The advantages that will be outlined and discussed

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    Hub Federation Navy

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    Traveller frequently gets criticized for being a game with numerous Tables & Charts and not enough role playing action. Nowhere is this truer than in the character generation. Character generation in Traveller is heavily oriented toward a simulation of reality, whereby, characters are not young ones who have been ejected from the home and must seek adventure but adults who have left their careers or under some variations of play never leave their career to engage on adventures. Nowhere is this

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    Russian Federation

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    Leading up to the Russian Federation the Russians signed a treaty ending the war they were in with Germany. This treaty, the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, made Russia lose large amounts of territory. This treaty also took Russia out of World War I. The Russian empire starts to collapse in 1918. During this same year Russia has a civil war. This war is between the Red army and the White Russians, also known as the anti-communists. The White Russians were aided by France, Britain, and the United States

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    Analysis of Russia Federation

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    ANALYSIS OF RUSSIA FEDERATION Russia is a developing democracy government that uses hard and soft powers to navigate the tradition of the ever evolving landscape of a new democracy. According to Kegley and Blanton, soft power is defined as the “ability to exercise international influence that is increased when a country’s values and conduct are respected throughout the world”. Also define hard power as the ability to exercise “international influence by means of a country’s military capabilities”

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