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    The Scourge of Terrorism

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    strife, injustice, want, and oppression are what most individuals on earth experience, to varying degrees. These iniquities spawn increasing acts of terrorism and are characteristic of a variety of despondent groups. Will terrorism be a world-wide scourge in the 21st century? What interaction is there between terrorists and the television media? What is the responsibility of each person on this planet to minimize the negative consequences of terrorism? September 11, 2001, marked a significant point

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    was dominated by the white supremacy and Mexicans, black people and white poor people lived the hell on Earth. In the book The Whites Scourge: Mexicans, Blacks and Poor Whites in Texas Cotton Culture by well-known History professor Neil Foley, is expressed the barbarity in which white people treated other razes, as a result of different skin color. The White Scourge is a well written

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    The Black Plague of 14th century Europe was one of the deadliest scourges in history. It struck in 1347 claiming millions of lives in a horrific kind of death, leaving destruction and devastation in its wake. No part of Europe was left untouched by this disease. No portion of society was spared in its horrific effects. Five years later, by 1353, the plague had run its course but it forever changed society as it had once existed in 14th century Europe. No one knows for sure from where this deadly

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    Smallpox: The Multi-Millennium Scourge

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    Smallpox: The Multi-Millennium Scourge The Encyclopedia Britannica defines scourge as a cause of wide or great affliction. Scourge has been use synonymously to describe the immense devastation the smallpox disease has had on mankind throughout history. Smallpox once plagued the entire world until the primitive inoculation methods used in southwest Asia (injecting puss and inhaling grounded scabs) proved to be highly effective with the recovery of infected people, thus reducing the overall mortality

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    U.s. Scourge Spreads South Of The Border

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    U.S. SCOURGE SPREADS SOUTH OF THE BORDER In a recent newspaper article written in the San Diego Union Tribune called “U.S. Scourge Spreads South.” A very disturbing fact was opening drug doors just south of our own community, which is why I chose to do an in depth study of the easiness of drug purchase in our southern neighbor. It's not new news but a overwhelming growth in the usage of drugs, especially Rohypnol. “The Mexican border town called Tijuana across from San Diego, California

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    make one, and unfortunately not all essays meet the expectations of others. One essay that does an exceptionally well job of weaving its words together well and using numerous devices to help get its argument across is “Child Soldiers: A Worldwide Scourge” by Jo Becker. Becker starts off her essay by bringing light to the justice brought to Thomas Lubanga, a Congolese warlord who was found guilty of the capturing and militarization of children that is causing turmoil in certain parts of the world (Becker

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    Caste system has been the scourge of Indian civilization and culture. The battle against this oppressive and inhuman is older than even some of the great religions of the world. The first warrior to wage against this system was probably Gautam Buddha who waged the war against this inhuman system in 6th century B.C. No doubt, Buddha was able to put some dents in the system, but after the Nirvana of Buddha, the system once again rose like a phoenix and gained strength to crush humanity. In fact, the

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    can trace a few centuries back the origins of most of the racial problems that exist today in the country to the agricultural fields. This ideological division of the nation is show through all the history of the United States. The book The White Scourge by Neil Foley perfectly outlines this division and racism that was generated in the fields

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    can trace a few centuries back the origins of most of the racial problems that exist today in the country to the agricultural fields. This ideological division of the nation is show through all the history of the United States. The book The White Scourge by Neil Foley perfectly outlines this division and racism that was generated

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    In the article “Modest Proposal for Youth Scourge”, we see George Monbiot expressing his opinion about young people. Monbiot is making fun of those in society who want to go to extreme methods to keep youth out of public places - by using emotive and figurative language, tone and humour. At the beginning of the article, particularly in the first paragraph, you believe that Monbiot is serious about the topic. But by the end of the second paragraph, you begin to suspect that Monbiot is using humour

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