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    United States of American Nelson Rockefeller was a smart business man and always dreamed about becoming president as a kid. He had a good life growing up with a great family. Rockefeller had an impressive career in public service and is a leader in many ways. He had to overcome a lot of obstacles before becoming the vice president, but still strived to accomplish many things. I am going to tell you about Nelson Rockefeller as a child growing up, how educated Rockefeller was, where he worked at, running

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    The Presidency of Gerald R. Ford

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    "Gerald R. Ford Timeline." geraldrfordfoundation.org. N.p.. Web. 6 Apr 2014. . "President Ford Pardons Former President Nixon." history.com. N.p.. Web. 9 Apr 2014. . "Presidential Key Events." millercenter.org. N.p.. Web. 6 Apr 2014. . "Vice President Nelson Rockeller." . N.p.. Web. 9 Apr 2014. .

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    A Young American's Discovery of the Silent Majority History panders to the glorious and dramatic while often there is a story untold. Perhaps it is less exciting, but no less crucial in understanding history as a whole. Thus is the story of the “silent majority.” On November 3rd 1969, one year after his victory in the United States Presidential race, President Nixon issued an address to the American public in which he coined the term “silent majority.” President Nixon’s address began by describing

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    power, but are still considered important for campaigning purposes. So did Margaretta Large Fitler Murphy Rockefeller play an important role as Second Lady of the United States; and who exactly is she? Once described as “tall, tawny, and glowing with good health. Her sun streaked hair looking forever windblown, and her legs evenly tanned year-round” by People Margaretta Large Fitler Murphy Rockefeller did ‘appear’ Happy (N. pag.). From her early years to her two marriages and six children anyone could

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    A Day at the Metropolitan Museum of Art I. Jan van Eyck’s “Last Judgment” Jan van Eyck was active since 1422 and died in 1441. He was the most celebrated painter of the fifteen-century in Europe. One of his famous works is “The Last Judgment”. At first sight this work immediately attracted my attention. The painting’s stunning colors and the fact that it reminded me of a previous similar work I have seen, triggered in my mind. The material that is used is oil on canvas, transferred from

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    Due to the high drug epidemic in the 1960’s and 1970’s there was a call to change the laws surrounding the penalties for drug possession. This began as an effort to reduce the sale and use of illicit drugs. This law was known as the Rockefeller Drug Laws. The law stated that if a person was in possession of four ounces of narcotics the minimum sentence would be fifteen years to life. This was approximately the same about of time as someone being sentenced for second-degree murder. This was one of

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    The Rockefeller Center Have you ever heard of the Rockefeller Center? Manhattan’s sky high building is a historic place that people like to visit year-round. John D Rockefeller Jr This amazing building was funded by John D. Rockefeller Jr. Rockefeller married in 1901 to a woman named Abby Greene Aldrich. They had six children, 1 daughter, Abby, and 5 sons. Their names were John D. III, Nelson A., Laurence S., Winthrop, and David. The location where the Rockefeller Center now stands was going

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    "I gazed-and gazed-but little thought" Alex Nelson’s Poetry Explanation on Wordsworth’s poem "I Wandered As Lonely As A Cloud" Imagine walking through a field in early summer, around an aqua blue lake that is in the shape of a giant egg. You discover a field of daffodils that is flowing in motion like a grand "dance" full of elegance. This area is full of sublime that can only be fully appreciated by a poet. William Wordsworth has been to this place and it was the subject of his poem "I Wandered

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    said Jen Nelson, sophomore journalism major at Northeastern University. Today Nelson is asthma-free and in good health. “I have been pretty much okay. Last year I got the flu so I had a couple of symptoms, but it wasn’t to the point where I needed to use my inhaler,” said Nelson. At the age of 7, Nelson suffered a “really bad” asthma attack and was diagnosed with one type of asthma, bronchial asthma. “I developed it [asthma] because I had so many cases of bronchitis”, said Nelson. After

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    “Rockefeller Drug Laws” In May of 1973, New York’s Governor, Nelson Rockefeller, made a set of strict anti-drug laws for the state legislature. The purpose of these laws was to stop the drug abuse epidemic that was occurring in New York during the early 1970’s. It was the most severe law in the nation; the drug laws were to punish those who possessed and sold heavy amounts of narcotics like cocaine and heroine and to hold them in custody for the amount they possessed or sold. For example, if the

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