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    Charles H. Keating

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    Charles H. Keating Jr. has been the focus of criminal investigations by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internal Revenue Service, the Justice Department, The Securities and Exchange Commission, and the House Banking Committee for a six-year shadow of the nation’s biggest savings-and loan debacle. The federal government proclaims that he fraudulently managed California’s Lincoln Savings into its closure, and in the process profited for himself and his family an estimated thirty-four million

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    Paul Keating

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    Paul Keating loved politics. By the time he left Parliament in 1996 he had spent over half his life there. He began his parliamentary career at 25, one of the youngest federal politicians ever. Before becoming Prime Minister he had been Treasurer for eight years. Only Arthur Fadden, a former Prime Minister, had been Treasurer longer. Keating's initiatives as Prime Minister included establishment of the Republican Advisory Committee, the passage of indigenous land rights legislation and reform of

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    Society - Mr. Keating Sometimes in life people can come along and touch our lives in unexpected ways. This was the case with Mr. Keating and the boys in the movie "Dead Poets Society." He taught the boys so many lessons that they would have never learned from any other teacher. By looking at scenes from the movie, and lines from the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman, we can see just how important the lessons were that Keating was trying to teach the boys. Mr. Keating reminded them

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    fdic.gov/bank/analytical/banking/2000dec. Nash (1989), Showdown tie for Danny Wall. Retrieved July 25, 2010 from http:// www.nytimes.com/1989/07/09/business/showdown-time-for-danny-wall.html (Nowicki & Mueller (2007-03-01) McCain Profile: The Keating Five. Retrieved from http://www.azcentral.com/news/election.mccain/articles/2007/03/01.html Seidman, L. W. (1986) Lessons of the Eighties: What does the evidence show? Retrieved July 25, 2010 from http://www.fdic.gov/bank/historical/history/vol2/panel3

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    Peter Keating, on the other hand, is a man with little independent thought. He was the top student of his class and was recognized by many professors as an outstanding student. However he has serious self esteem issues. In fact, Peter decided to go into architecture not because he has a passion for it but because it would gain him a socially respectable position. Keating believes that only by following set guidelines will he get ahead in life. In one dialogue, between the two characters, Keating is

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    mediocre men as second-handers, because they get their self-respect second-hand, from the approval of those around them. In The Fountainhead, a man of greatness, Howard Roark, must struggle against these men of mediocrity, who either, like Peter Keating, pretend to greatness, or, like Ellsworth Toohey, seek to destroy greatness itself. As she chronicles the lives of these men, Rand refutes the idea that life sometimes requires a man to compromise, to soften his convictions when they are no longer

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    which left him isolated toward them, but benefited his remarkable success in architecture. Passion, devotion, and hard work stranded Howard throughout his career even with the discouraging incidents brought to him by the devious characters, Peter Keating and Ellsworth Toohey. Several characters appealed to Roark’s lifestyle and work ethic, Gail Wynand, Dominique Francon, and Austin Heller. When Howard acquainted with his true friends, his philosophical meaning of life erupted out of him easily, contrast

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    Canada and NATO

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    In the book entitled Canada, NATO and The Bomb: The Western Alliance in Crisis by Tom Keating and Larry Pratt the main issue discussed was Canada’s position in Europe, North America and their view on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It went into specific issues dealing with political tension within Canada and tension outside Canada with other countries. It went through the years of different political parties and how they dealt with the matters of NATO. It states Canada’s opinion dealing

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    Dead Poet society

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    “I want to make them free thinkers” says Mr Keating to Mr McAllister. This essay will define the meaning of “free thinker”, its importance to the young men of Mr Keating's class, the meaning of Mr Keating's statement and finally the different impacts that this new way of thinking has on the boys. A “Freethinker” as defined by The Macquarie Dictionary is “someone who forms their opinions independently of authority or tradition, especially in matters of religion”. Therefore a free thinker is someone

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    with a selfish goal of ruling man.  This is a goal a conformist will never reach because instead of guiding society, the conformist is bound by societies rules.  This accurate depiction can be visibly seen in the characters of Howard Roark, Peter Keating, and Ellsworth Tooey. Howard Roark is a creator, and he knows it.  Glorifying himself, although not looking for praise, but rather stating something that is as common to him as a fact.  A devout anarchist, Roark views nature as something that man

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