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  • Writers of a New Era

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    Writers of a New Era The internet has quickly woven itself into the fabric of sociey. Many consider it an indispensable part of their lives, allowing them to keep pace with their hectic schedules. The internet has improved the ease in which people can communicate and find information. Navigating the web has become second nature to regular users. Some find the computer so convenient that they use it to do all of their writing from academic papers to journals. As the computer has aided in the

  • Is The Internet Bring A New Era Of American Cultural Imperia

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    the apparent lack of controllability of the content of Internet has fueled international fears of a new era of American cultural imperialism. According to Barber, this Western tidal wave of cultural biased information and products will create a bi-polar world (Jihad vs. McWorld). However, Barber concludes that unless Jihad’s supporters (e.g. religious organization) embraces the Internets and the new markets it creates, the Jihad’s long-term survivability is low (Barber, 156). Schiller, Barber, and

  • Comparing The Progressive Era And The New Deal Era

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    Thesis The Progressive Era and the New Deal Era had a significant amount of similarities with policies and programs to reform the American society and improve lives and fight poverty in America. Although the Progressive and New Deal Era had many similarities there were still differences between them. Both the Progressive and the New Deal Era’s main goal was to improve American society. Both of the Progressive and New Deal’s accomplishments were rooted from the economic depression and the need of

  • Economics Evolving: The New Deal Era

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    and the traditional economic model followed by former presidents, such as Grant and Hoover. In doing this, he adopted and tentatively followed new economic theories at that time, most notably, Keynesian economics. There was a sense of desperation behind Roosevelt’s actions; he did not necessarily believe in his relief policies and the concepts behind the New Deal. Some of his policies were even contradictory, but nevertheless, his actions caused an economic paradigm shift that has been followed for

  • The Impact of the New Deal on the Great Depression Era

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    The Impact of the New Deal on the Great Depression Era In 1933, President Roosevelt proposed New Deal legislation to alleviate the effects of the Great Depression through various public works programs and other federal initiatives. The many reforms of the New Deal were racked by intense criticism from their very beginnings. The New Deal was a catalyst in the surge of the federal government’s power. One year before the financial collapse on Wall Street, President Hoover said, “We in America

  • The Progressive Era?s influence on the New Deal

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    of the many New Deal legislations owe much to the seeds implanted and unknowingly disseminated by the pre-WWI Progressive movement. Sparked by the new image as a world power, industrialization, and immigration at the dawn of the new century, a new found reform movement gripped the nation. With the new found image of the nation and world as a whole, the reforms advanced the position of the previously ignored people of the nation, as did its reincarnation and rebirth apparent in the New Deal. Although

  • The Greco-Roman World Of The New Testament Era Summary

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    James S. Jeffers wrote The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era. Jeffers intent in writing this book was to give the readers in insight into what early Christianity looked like. The book aligns what readers may have learned in their high school history class with what was written in the Bible. In summary, this book gave information about Greek and Roman life and history into early Christianity. The book starts off by giving a good description of how it looked to live in early Greek and Roman

  • Birth of a New Era

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    Birth of a New Era Despite the problems of the fourteenth century, it marked the beginnings of extraordinary changes in numerous facets of fifteenth century society. This astonishing revolution was coined the Renaissance, which meant “rebirth.” The Renaissance led to such literary pioneers as Niccolò Machiavelli. His work, The Prince, gave detailed instructions as to what qualities a perfect leader must possess and how to use these qualities. Machiavelli presented a thorough account of a

  • The Prohibition Era In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

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    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a satire written in 1932, in which he comments on the social issues and human behaviors he observed around him. In his political commentary he condemns the clinical and capitalistic nature of society. Huxley witnessed the rise of promiscuity, vices, class and racial divisions, and the introduction of mass production, and in his novel he addresses what will happen when humanity allows these issues to take the position of beauty, art, and love. In his novel he has

  • A New Era of Terrorism

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    the Florida Constitution, which grounds the right to religious freedom. Cases like this have allowed the Criminal Justice System to give birth to other ways of identifying people. Today’s generation of portable electronic measurement devices offer new possibilities. A routine police patrol pulls over a vehicle for traffic violation. Instead of asking for driver’s license, the officer snaps a digital picture of the drivers face and transmits it back to the localization via a wireless link in the patrol