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    Rage Against the Machine

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    Rage Against the Machine Zack de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk, and Timmy Commerford took to a Philadelphia stage in 1993 clad in black electrical tape that covered their mouths and the initials PMRC written in black marker across their chests. They stood in this fashion for fourteen minutes while feedback from their guitars rumbled through the amps. This seemingly simple prank was actually protest against the censorship of music and the Parents Music Resource Center, founded by Tipper

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    Rage Against The Machine "Evil Empire" Rage Against The Machine are a popular 90's rap metal band. Evil Empire is considered a different offering than the rest. Relying on effects, the album is extraordinary, most songs on this are excellent. What make this album stand out from all the other is that it the second releaced from the group. But it still keeps up with the polictial movement for the time. Sing about the Mexicen movement in America and how the American government

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    Freedom: Not with the PMRC There are so many people that stand for something I value. I choose Tom Morello. He is the guitar player for Rage Against the Machine, a political rock band that consists of two caucasians, a Chicano, and Tom, who has a white mother and an African-American father. This is a band that has many different views and beliefs that appeal to me, but Tom appeals to me the most because of his firm belief in freedom of speech and the elimination of censorship. Tom grew

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    the wealthy among countless other offences, those with a microphone and an audience are provided with a once in a lifetime opportunity to invigorate change in society. Some of these stars like Zack de la Rocha and Tom Morello of the band Rage Against the Machine choose to fight for what they believe in, polarizing a generation and inciting riots coast to coast, while others like the lead singer of the band Radiohead, Thom Yorke, think the issues of their generation are meaningless and search like

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    Rage Against the Vending Machine

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    While the snacks available in school vending machines may be rich in flavor, they also are rich in fats and calories. Regulation of competitive foods in schools around the globe continues to be a highly contested debate. With an endless amount of information to consider, solutions to implementing healthier foods in school vending machines and lunch lines vary enormously. Analyzing multiple studies worldwide, discussing the issue from multiple perspectives, and examining the demographics of those

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    Thomas Baptiste Morello

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    Morello is the lead guitar player for Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave. Thomas Baptiste Morello was born on May 30th, 1964, in Harlem, New York. His parents are Ngethe Njoroge and Mary Morello. The name Morello is of Irish and Sicilian descent on his maternal side. His mother was a teacher and activist. She influenced Thomas’s political activism and music, as did his Kenyan-born father. Thomas’s father was a former guerilla soldier who fought against the British for his country’s independence

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    Green Day Norm Analysis

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    today, especially the youth, seem to be content with the current state of society and lack the initiative of the 90s youth. Additionally, there are no invigorating figures that encourage breaking the mold of standard society. The 90s had Rage Against the Machine and Radiohead, and the early 2000s had Green Day. In the same time period as Green Day, there was the spineless John Mayer, who contrasted their go-getter attitude. The first three aforementioned groups delivered songs to the public that

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    Tom Morello Hall of Fame

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    activist folk singers, adorned his guitar with a hand-written slogan: ‘This Machine Kills Fascists.’ More than a half-century later Tom Morello, a rock guitar god turned a protest singer who says he would like to be the Black Woody Guthrie, has scrawled his own battle cry on a scuffed six-string: ‘Whatever It Takes.’” (Anderman F13). This fifty year old electric guitarist played in many bands such as Rage Against the Machine, Audio Slave, and many others. The contributions to music demonstrated by

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    open. The Record Company is strongly opposed to Napster for one reason and one reason only. Apparently, the record companies are losing more and more of the market to Napster file sharing on the Internet. Record companies justify their lawsuits against Napster with the line so often used in press conferences, “Napster breaks copyright laws.” This phrase seems like a legitimate argument. One could understand the reasons for feeling this way. For simplicity sake, we will use Dave as an example. Dave

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    The Practice of Music Censorship

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    Music censorship has taken many forms in the past, but many forms are overbearing and generally ridiculous. Censorship comes in many forms. The practice of censorship is defined as “...the act of changing or suppressing speech or writing that is considered subversive of the common good.”(Merriam-Webster). Old forms of censorship included not allowing airplay, refusal of sale, and refusal of publishment. The major issue found with those that oppose censorship, is that they have no real grounds to

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