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    Down Sizing:  The Possible Fall of a Great Nation America is one the most powerful nations in the world.  Being a strong nation includes having a strong military as well as economy.  As one can observe, the U. S. economy is growing by leaps and bounds.  However, the military is being down sized, and if we do not do something about it, it will continue to be down sized until we have an armed force that will no longer be capable of protecting this great nation.  Not only will this down sizing affect

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    were going well. While Western Nations were prospering, this wasn’t the case for the Emerging Nations. The question asked is if Western ideals are designed for other; the answer is found by looking at various pieces of art, including the film Powaqqatsi, a painting by Frida Kahlo, the TV show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, and the book the Great Gatsby. In the film Powaqqatsi, Godfrey Reggio explores the everyday lives of individuals in impoverished or Emerging Nations; the film

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    The Great Depression was the start to a dreadful economic crisis in the American History. On October 4, 1929 a day that goes by the term “Black Tuesday” the Wall Street stock market collapsed, creating massive unemployment and pain throughout America. Many thought that this depression would only be minor, but they were wrong. This turned into a “major depression”(Who Built America? 392). Many lost their jobs and homes and farms, banks, and factories were shut down as well. The Great Depression was

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    The Great Masonic Nation, USA

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    The Great Masonic Nation, USA Freemasonry The freemasonry defines itself as a discrete symbolic and nonreligious philosophical and philanthropic initiatory institution, founded on a sense of brotherhood. Its objective is the search for truth and promote the social and moral development of human beings, in addition to social progress. Masons are organized into structures called base lodges, which in turn can be grouped into a higher-level organization usually called "Grand Lodge", "Great Eastern"

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    Abraham Lincoln

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    that Lincoln decided to continue his political career and decided to run for the United States House of Representatives. To no one’s surprise, he won. He was widely known for his advocacy against slavery. Lincoln felt that slavery was a great evil within a great nation. “For him, slavery and freedom were incompatible; for one to live, the other must die.” (History Book, 512). He also strongly opposed The Mexican War. After his term was over, he decided to go home and continue with his law practice.

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    country’s industry has occurred. Almost any and every aspect of this great nation and other nations’ industry has become saturated with computer technology. From automated teller machines, to robots that build our cars for us, every warehouse on earth seems to have an “electronic buddy” helping their production. Beginning with ideas to assist us and leading to something much greater, we have become dependant on machines to do a great variety of tasks for us. With such enormous human interest and demand

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    Symbol Of America

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    monument of the United States of America, was where the U.S. first began to form from where the Continental Congress met to the place where the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution was signed to build it’s way to become one great nation. First of all, Independence Hall was where the Continental Congress held all their congregations that eventually led way to the independence of the United States. The Continental Congress was where all the forefathers of America from George Washington

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    abraham

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    because he was the first person to believe in and be called by God. “The Lord said to Abram, ‘Go forth from the land of our kinsfolk and from your father’s house to a land that I will show you. I will make of you a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, so that you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you. All the communities in the earth shall find blessing in you.”’ (Genesis 12:1-3). This is God’s call to Abraham and God

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    choose to drink and drive],” but I felt this too harsh (Holzbach). Why not let them kill themselves? The nation, as a whole, would be more pleasant, happier and more carefree. It is a melancholy object to those who often frequent the bars in this great country to see those who do not currently share in their fortunate state of being. They are usually alone, observing those around them with great envy, holding the car keys, but worst of all, sober. It is the inopportune being who is unluckily chosen

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    Sweat Shops

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    it can keep them out of the streets and be helpful to them and their families. The lives of people in some third world countries such as Honduras and Indonesia are completely different than ours hear in a much more prosperous nation. So when citizens of this great nation hear about people working for thirty to fifty cents an hour they think it’s absolutely absurd. But what they don’t realize is that this amount of profit is acceptable to these people. David R. Henderson backs this up by stating

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