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    Source F is an abstract from an article published by the New York Herald Tribune on 25th April 1965. The New York Herald Tribune may have been a left-leaning, anti-war newspaper, although this is sheer speculation and there is no proven evidence to support this. Its focal point is on the alleged American involvements and actions during the Vietnam War. It shows the brutality of the crimes the US soldiers were expected to commit, although some did it for enjoyment and others it was completely accidental

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    Eight Early Reviews of The Catcher in the Rye Published in 1951, J. D. Salinger's debut novel, The Catcher in the Rye, was one of the most controversial novels of its time. The book received many criticisms, good and bad. While Smith felt the book should be "read more than once" (13), Goodman said the "book is disappointing" (21). All eight of the critics had both good and bad impressions of the work. Overall, the book did not reflect Salinger's ability due to the excessive vulgarity used and

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    The Writings of Charles Portis

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    later on with writing one of his famous novels, True Grit. Once he graduated from the University, he worked for many local newspapers, such as the Arkansas Gazette, as a reporter. He later moved from Little Rock, Arkansas to New York to work for the New York Herald Tribune His career was very successf... ... middle of paper ... ...rall, he is an amazing writer who will always be known as one of Americas best authors. Works Cited Chilton, Martin. "Charles Portis, the Man Who Wrote True

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    Allen, Robert Clyde, Horrible Prettiness (1950,The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill) Corio, Ann, This Was Burlesque (1968, Madison Square Press, Grosset and Dunlap, New York) Sobel, Bernard, A Pictorial History of Burlesque (1956, G.P. Putnam's Sons, New York) American Memory English-Language Play scripts (Library of Congress) http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/vshtml/vsenge.htr The Age of Burlesque [The Galaxy/ Volume 8, Issue 2, August

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    William E. Gienapp discussed the ethnocultural origins of the Republican Party. Gienapp claimed that in 1853 and 1854 the state and local political contests revolved primarily around the ethno-cultural problems. Anti-Catholicism and temperance were examples of such ethno-cultural matters. Gienapp believed that the slavery issue was not as important to the complete collapse of the second party system as the anti-Catholicism and temperance issues were. Anti-Catholicism was the resistance of the protestant

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    The History of Euthanasia

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    Euthanasia: Overview. By: Newton, Heather, Points of View: Euthanasia, 2013 The Black Stork published in the Chicago Herald Tribune on Apr. 1, 1917 National Public Radio (NPR) "The Black Stork: Movie Ads," www.npr.org (accessed May 8, 2009) Source: www.npr.org (accessed May 5, 2009) (accessed May 5, 2009) Source: www.npr.org The Black Stork published in the Chicago Herald Tribune on Apr. 1, 1917 Ian Dowbiggin, PhD A Merciful End: The Euthanasia Movement in Modern America, 2003 Historical Timeline

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    wanted to prove that his company could sail across the Atlantic in six days, so he pressured Captain E.J. Smith to not slow down as they passed through an ice field. A book about the Titanic was released in 2008, called What Really Sank the Titanic: New Forensic Discoveries, and mentioned the competition White Star Line had with other companies, specifically Cunard Line. On page ten, it said that Cunard’s transformation of twentieth-century liners won support and popularity, and stripped White Star

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    Acid Test

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    were captured on both film and tape. 5) Tom Wolfe, with his journalist style of transcribing the current events, seems hard-pressed to be categorized into a specific group of historians, but he can be most noticeably associated with the New Left. This is because The New Left dealt mainly with the social and economic movements of the 1960’and 70’s, and the Psychedelic movement Wolfe documented so well was definitely a social movement of the infamous 1960’s. 6) Tom Wolfe grew up in the land of Richmond

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    under control leading to ignorance. Works Cited 1. Chesterton, G. K. What I saw in America. New York: Da Capo Press, 1968. n.d.(n.d.). 2. "Quote." The Gazette: 0. Apr 30 2001. ProQuest. Web. 23 Feb. 2014 . 3. Thiel, John E. "Tradition." Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Credo Reference. Web. 23 February 2014. 4. "Culture Unites People." Papua New Guinea Post - Courier: 14. Aug 01 2013. ProQuest. Web. 23 Feb. 2014 . 5. Bilefsky, Dan. "Prisoners

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    Bosnian Genocide - Failure of the West?

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    The Bosnian genocide in 1992-95 is a prime example of the apathy that man can show toward the suffering of his fellow man. Even though it was widely considered to be “the worst act of genocide since the Nazi regime’s destruction of some 6 million European Jews during World War II,” (History.com) the world offered little help. While the U.N. sent peacekeepers to offer humanitarian aid and create “safe zones”, this did little to stem the tide of atrocities inflicted by the serbs upon Muslims in

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