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    In the 21st century, the media still has power over the public, even more so than what is seen in Citizen Kane, as there are many more forms of media than just the newspaper. Citizen Kane is largely concerned with exposing the deceit and manipulation inherent in the media. Welles’ statement on ‘truth’ in the media is perhaps best summed up in Kane’s line: “Don’t believe everything you hear on the radio. Read The Inquirer.” Other than the obvious self-aware irony of this line, given by the founder

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    citizern kane

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    CITIZEN KANE Throughout the whole movie, the viewers got a feeling that Kane never had emotions and nothing could affect him, well this is until we learn of Rosebud. A childhood is something Kane was deprived of. When he was about 8 years old his parents sent him away to be educated and becoming something big in life, but what they did is take something away from him that no parent should take away; a childhood. Love is something that was not apparent in the opening scenes of the movie, his mother

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    to be a must watch of today. The film, budgeted at $800,000, received unanimous critical praise even at the time of its release. As a quick summary of the story, Citizen Kane talks about the story of finding the story behind Kane's dying word, “Rosebud” , a magazine editor shows a reporter a newsreel obituary that chronicles how Kane created a business empire, married a U.S. President's niece, ran unsuccessfully for Governor of New York, divorced his first wife and married

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    being made on the boy’s life and the boy is unknowing of it and doesn't have a care in the world as he plays in the snow. The entire movie is affected by this one scene that continues with the boy in the middle the entire time. His dying word is “rosebud”. This is the sled that he was playing with during this important scene. Without this scene we would not know the importance of the sled at the end....

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    Rosebud in Citizen Kane

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    Rosebud in Citizen Kane Rosebud is sled, Kane's sled when he was a boy. Rosebud is the foundation of the film of citizen Kane. Rosebud is also Kane's last words. He was a very important man, known globally. Rosebud is the word everyone wants to understand the meaning of, so there is a hunt to find the meaning of the word. This sets the story for the film. Rosebud is a symbol of Kane, in that Rosebud represents his loss of the ability to love and how to love. The film Citizen Kane has a lot

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    The Words Vs Rosebud

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    This coming paragraph will go on to talk about how one can get blinded by the benefits extrinsic happiness brings; this is shown in The Words through Rory Jansen and in The Simpsons episode “Rosebud” where the protagonist is Mr. Burns. In The Words, after Rory published his book The Window Tears, he gained a lot of recognition and popularity for his work, which he had been awaiting for. Even after he achieved his dream, Rory still felt as though a part of him was missing therefore he was never happy

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    The Rosebud Souix Tribe

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    The Rosebud Sioux Tribe is part of the Great Sioux Nation known as Sicangu Oyate, or Burnt Thighs, and called Brule by the French. The Great Sioux Nation recognizes our land base in accordance with the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1851. The Great Sioux Nation extended from the Big Horn Mountains in the west to the eastern Wisconsin. The territory extended from Canada in the north to the Republican River in Kansas in the south. The Great Sioux Nation was reduced in the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty from the

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    no secret of his intention to cut loose from Terry. General Terry, General Gibbon, and General Custer were all to meet on June 26, at the Rosebud, and plan their attack. But as soon as Custer struck the trail of the Indians he followed it till he came upon the Indian village on June 25. He disobeyed Terry’s orders. While Terry and Gibbon were meeting in Rosebud, Custer was already dividing his regiment into three separate battalions. Sergeant Windolph, from Reno’s battalion, recalls: The enemy increased

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    Rosebud Reservation Case Study

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    After traveling to Rosebud Reservation, I found it eye opening of the cases that presented in the outpatient clinic at Indian Health Services. One patient that was out of the ordinary to me was a man that came in with a fractured tibia or fibula, as he had a cast that was put on within 72 hours of being seen at Indian Health Services Outpatient Clinic. I was unable to gather the required information due to fingerprinting not being approved. The patient presented with common signs of compartmental

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    The Battle of Rsebud Creek

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    History Gold had been discovered in the Black Hills of the Dakotas, and the American military intended to take it by force after a failed treaty negotiation. Crook had moved north from Fort Fetterman camp near present day Douglas Wyoming area, along rosebud creek, north into Montana territory. Crook’s column was 1 of 3 sent out in the summer of 1876 to try and get Sioux, Cheyanne and Arapaho tribes back onto the designated reservations in western South Dakota. The other 2 columns were General Terry with

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