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    1984 Totalitarianism

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    in Spain,he saw firsthand the atrocities committed by fascist regimes. The rise to power of Adolf Hitler in Germany and Joseph Stalin in Russia only added fuel to Orwell's hatred of totalitarianism. Orwell poured his energy into writing such novels as 1984.This novel was a warning of what could happen if totalitarianism when unopposed. In 1984,we follow a man named Winston Smith. Winston is a low ranking member of the ruling party in London. Everywhere he goes,he is watched by the leader of the party

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    Euler Theory Case Study

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    1. Wicksteed made a significant contribution to value theory during the marginal utility revolution. This contribution was the “Exhaustion of the product” which we derived in class. Explain the importance of this contribution. Explain the significance of the Euler theorem and the assumption of constant returns to scale in deriving the solution. In what ways is this contribution similar to Marx's Transformation Problem, in what ways is it different? Wicksteed was one of the first economists introduced

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    When the talk about the economics in the Scottish Enlightenment era comes, the towering figure that holds high significance is Adam Smith. The Scottish philosopher is primarily known for his works The Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759) and An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. The former book outlined the compassion’s importance that is the key element of human ethics. The latter work also known as The Wealth of Nations published in 1776 is the first modern work of economics

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    Engagement with China: A Smithian Perspective

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    of. A country which neglects or despises foreign commerce, and which admits the vessels of foreign nations into one or of its ports only, cannot transact the same quantity of business which it might do with different laws and institutions. Adam Smith, The Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations Book I, Chapter IX Introduction In today's post-Cold War world, U.S. foreign policy faces a plethora of uncertainties in the economic, social and political spheres. With the geopolitical order

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    George Schuyer

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    conservative outlook on topics, his peers often scrutinized him for this very same trait. On March 18 1944, Schuyler wrote an article in the Pittsburgh Courier condemning the government for pressing charges on Lawrence Dennis and others for violating the Smith Act of 1940. This page long editorial helped arouse a nationwide debate as to whether or not the government was acting within its rights when indicting individuals who expressed their ideas and opinions about Communism and/or Fascism. Articles from

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    The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

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    Alienation. New York: Infobase, 2009. Print. Hall, Caroline King Barnard. Sylvia Plath, Revised. Ed. Joseph M. Flora. New York: Twayne, 1998. Print. Twayne’s United States Authors 702. McCann, Janet. “On the Bell Jar.” Critical Insights: The Bell Jar: 3-21. Literary Reference Center. Web. 15 Jan. 2014. Plath, Sylvia. The Bell Jar. 25th Anniversary ed. New York: HarperCollins, 1998. Print. Smith, Stan, and Lynda K. Bundtzen. Sylvia Plath. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea, 1989. Print.

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    OLD BLOOD AND GUTS

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    command of the Third Army, leading the troops through the German lines at Normandy to traverse France and eventually into the heart of Germany. His toughness on enemies as well as his own forces earned him the name “Old Blood and Guts.” General George Smith Patton’s leadership and tactics were the best of any Allied general of World War Two. Old Blood and Guts was born in 1885 in San Gabriel, California. He was a man who from a very early age knew he was destine for a life in the military as one can

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    An Analysis of White Teeth by Zadie Smith

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    the age of 25, Zadie Smith captures the immensely believable lives of an aging Bangladeshi Muslim man, a too-concerned middle-class white woman poking her nose in all the wrong business, and an adolescent half-Jamaican girl with self-esteem issues. Over the span of about 30 years, the three families in the book undergo a wide web of separate but somehow connected circumstances, and Smith became an award- winning author because of her writing. It is not to say that Smith has not gone through

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    Facts, Some Books Falter." The New York Times. 18 pars. 15 March 1998, late ed. Lexis-Nexis. Works Consulted Boxer, Sarah. "When Truth Challenges Fiction and Becomes Art." The New York Times. 13 pars. 8 May 2000, late ed. Lexis-Nexis. Fremont-Smith, Eliot. "Books of the Times: In Cold Blood." New York Times Book Review. 12 pars. 10 January 1966. Lexis-Nexis. King, Larry. "Truman Capote and the Murder that Horrified a Nation." Larry King Live. CNN. 25 November 1997. Transcript. Lexis-Nexis

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    adam smith

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    Trade is used as a means of full-filling one’s self interest in a certain commodity. Smith states that when there is nothing left that you need, trading becomes some what of a problem because you aren’t benefiting from it . Smith makes this seen when he talks about “how the butcher has more meat in his shop than he himself can consume, and the brewer and the baker would each of them be willing to purchase part of it”(WN I.ii.27), but have nothing to give the butcher in return because he doesn’t need

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    eight years old from undiagnosed diabetes which undoubtedly had an effect on young Plath’s childhood. Upon completing high school, Plath obtained a scholarship to study English at Smith College and it was here that her work was recognized by major magazines such as Seventeen and Mademoiselle. After graduation from Smith College as summa cum laude, she began working for Mademoiselle in Manhattan, New York. This is the point at which the novel begins to reflect her life. Sylvia Pla... ... middle of

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    Frank Capra’s “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” In Frank Capra’s 1939 people’s fable “Mr. Smith goes to Washington “Jefferson Smith, a young, idealistic, and naïve hero from a Midwestern state is thrust into public notoriety through a chance course of events. His journey will compel him to contemplate the veracity of the political foundation which supports American democracy and confront the corruption which seeks to erode it. Smith, leader of the Boy Rangers, an organization closely based on the Boy

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    History Of Coca-cola

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    History Of Coca-Cola Coca-Cola was born on may 8th, 1886 at the hands of Dr. John Smith Pemberton. In the laboratory of his house at 107 Marietta Street, Atlanta, Georgia he finally settled on the syrup later to be known as Coca-Cola.1. John Pemberton was born in Knoxville, Georgia in 1831. At the age of 17, he attended the Botanical Medicine School of the State of Georgia.2. After school he owned a drug store in Columbus, Georgia and fought for the confederacy in the Civil War. During

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    Cesar's Way Analysis

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    I have read two articles, in which they both talk about the same topic. They both talk about dogs and leadership. “Cesar's Way” is an article written by Cesar Millan, he is a well-known dog training expert, in his article he mainly talks about the proper training for dogs and their background. The second article that I read was “Pack of Lies” and it’s written by Mark Derr from The New York Times. Mark Derr has written two books about dogs. Mark Derr’s article mainly criticises the way that Cesar

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    The boycott of the 88th Academy Awards by a number of notable actors and actresses did not have much positive impact on the racism in the Oscars. Among those who participated in the boycott were Will Smith, Spike Lee, and Jada Pinkett Smith. While the boycott did make headlines, it had a negative effect on the audience watching the Oscars. Much of the audience watches the Oscars for the glamor of the movie stars or to find out the next best movie to watch. Many would

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    “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” Mr. Smith was too naive to survive as a senator during the time the movie “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” took place. Mr. Smith’s naiveté was most evident in his ambitious proposal to start a national boys camp. However, when false allegations regarding Mr. Smith’s motives for starting the camp surfaced, Smith was too idealistic to defend himself from the political machine that accused him of acting in self-interest. Making matters worse, Senator Smith was a genuinely

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    Gender Role In Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness For the most part people who read Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad may feel that the novella is strictly a story of exploration and racial discrimination. But to Johanna Smith who wrote “’Too Beautiful Altogether’: Ideologies of Gender and Empire in Heart of Darkness” it is much more than that. Johanna Smith along with Wallace Watson and Rita A. Bergenholtz agree that throughout Heart of Darkness there are tones of gender prejudice, but the way

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    Significance of Literary Devices in Child 44

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    In the enthralling novel Child 44, wrote by Tom Rob Smith, the powerful and cold country of USSR, under the rule of Joseph Stalin, is undergoing significant changes; this new communist society enforces the strict policy that “there is no crime”. In the meantime, a war hero and MGB member, Leo Demidov, is set out by his superiors to cover up, what is known to be a railway accident; when in reality, it was a certain murder. Conversely, when more bodies are found dead and the same imprints are left;

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    To Be, Or Not To Be

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    Merrion-Webster Inc. Dictionary, a doppelgänger is a double, an often ghostly or evil counterpart to a character. It comes from the German language, doppel- double + -gänger goer. It might be asked, 'What does a doppelgänger have to do with a paper on Joseph Conrad?'; The answer is a lot, especially if Conrad's 'The Secret Sharer'; is being discussed. In this short story, the two characters, the captain and Leggatt, share many similarities, as well as differences. When comparing the similarities and differences

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    Mccarthyism Dbq

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    McCarthyism, became a term that referred to Senator Joseph McCarthy from Wisconsin and the ruthless tactics he employed and institutionalized while seeking to destroy the threat of Communism to the United States government and society between 1950 and 1954. Fears of communism and self-promotion were utilized by McCarthy to promote himself as a politician end protector of the American way of life. Generally, McCarthyism became synonymous with the Medieval Witch Hunts and trials in that unfair prosecutions

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