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    interesting story about trip of Phileas Fogg, but who is he? Mr. Fogg is an actor or explorer? No, he was a really accurate man. He had a daily plan that was fairly short. 8.23 brought tea. 9.37 brought washing water (31°C). 11.30 PF went to the Reform Club. Midnight came home. This washing water was another story because it was always 31°C. If it was 32°C or 30°C Phileas would turn off his servant. This event happened once and that servant- who made this mistake- had to search another post. It follows

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    Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days Jules Verne’s 19th century novel about the travels of the “eclectic” Phileas Fogg at first seems a quick read, an adventurous tale written in a light-hearted vernacular. Yet a close reading of passages, such as the paragraph at the beginning of chapter two, reveals more complex, latent themes amidst the pages of such “mass” fiction. An analysis of one passage in particular1 [1] suggests that this classic novel has little to do with travel, adventure

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    Reforms Are Need In Canada's Government Canada is a country who's future is in question. Serious political issues have recently overshadowed economic concerns. Constitutional debate over unity and Quebec's future in the country is in the heart of every Canadian today. Continuing conflicts concerning Aboriginal self-determination and treatment are reaching the boiling point. How can Canada expect to pull herself out of this seemingly bottomless pit? Are Canadians looking at the right people to lay

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    A Study of the Market Reforms in Post-Communist Eastern Europe Introduction Poland, as well as it's fellow post-communist countries, face an arduous task in re-inventing their economies to match the dominant Western style currently dominating the world. The difficulties lie in the areas of ideology, structural needs (massive changes required), world recession(current) and debt load. Communist Economics Why did the economics of the communist bloc fail so miserably? Why has every single

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    complexities of the revolutionary reform policies, and the "guerilla warfare" of women in the provinces.(2) The complexity of women's roles in the French Revolution, she notes, did involve bread rioters, members of political clubs, and defenders of religious traditions, but she resists the "simple evolutionary view of a revolutionary woman," such as the politically incompatible woman whose involvement became a "serial disaster" (3) or the fanatical woman of political clubs and religion.(4) In 1789, bread

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    extracurricular activities to students are those that are school related. School sponsored extracurricular activities include sports, student clubs, and musical organizations. Community organizations are also popular among students, and serve as great extracurricular opportunities. Communal extracurricular activities include awareness groups, focus groups, and reform groups. Although not as popular as school or community organizations, religious organizations also serve as a strong ingredient for extracurricular

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    racial injustice

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    THE CRIES AGAINST RACIAL INJUSTICE “Racism is a bad thing, you find it everywhere in the schools, the clubs and also in the streets.” – Rasmus & Casper The belief that one race by nature stands superior to another defines racism. Racism can be traced back to the beginning of civilization and has always existed as a horrible issue in our society. Many attempts and reforms have occurred in hopes of eliminating racism and much progress has been achieved. Yet, even after the emancipation proclamation

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    Problems with Iran

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    rich Shah cleared the way for the land reform law, enacted in 1962. The land minority had to give up its land to the government, and among those stripped of land, were the Shi'ah Muslims. Iran's power structure was radically changed in a program termed the "White Revolution". On January 26, 1963, the White Revolution was endorsed by the nation. By 1971, when land distribution ended, about 2,500,000 families of the farm population benefited from the reforms. From 1960-72 the percentage of owner

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    Stolypin in Russian Reforms Stolypin was a very influential man who coincidentally influenced Russian reforms. He had changed policies and other things; he did this for the best interest of his country. Stolypin changed things even if the public in Russia didn’t like the system. He would hang people who deserved punishment, and was seen to be ruthless, “a savage butcher”. Stolypin was seen to be quite influential in the Russian reforms and was admired by people as a saint who could relieve

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    Parliamentary Reform There were numerous reasons that accounted for why the campaign for Parliamentary reform failed in its objectives in the period 1780-1820, with arguably the most significant factor being that those in Parliament did not actually feel the need to reform the electoral system because of the lack of unified pressure from the British public. There was a substantial call for Parliamentary reform between 1780 and 1820, but the separate groups which were pressing for reform did not

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