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    The Underground Artist as Political Spokesperson It has often been said that comics do not necessarily affect society as much as they reflect society. Where the latter may seem to be true, the former is the more obvious truth. The subtlety of their messages may escape the immediate notice of the average citizen, but hours, or even days later, when that person stops and uses a clever comic to illustrate a point; the artist’s statement has been made. Many subtleties appeared in the 1960’s-1970’s

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    See I Told You So

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    kind. Limbaugh always backed up his comments with facts or statistics. While the book was informative and factual, it was also very humorous. See, I Told You So was definitely a conservative use of 363 pages.Without question, Rush Limbaugh is a spokesperson for a conservative majority within the United States. His book follows what he says on his radio and television programs, which is a conservative and republican view on issues. A few of the things he stresses in his book are that conservatives

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    complicated and emotional issues today is the subject of making contraceptives available to teenagers. Can it be that adult misconceptions are causing teenage conceptions? The statistics on teen sex are staggering. According to Mrs. Seth, spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, "Eighty-five percent of high school students, by the time they reach the twelfth grade, are sexually active" ("What Should Schools" 6). In Georgia alone, nearly nineteen thousand girls under the age of twenty gave birth

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    are fore-facts of the future done on a small scale. There had been no appearance of God to anyone for more than four hundred years, so people probably thought the age of miracles was long gone. The people would not have accepted Moses as God’s spokesperson without some kind of proof. The miracle-plagues were just that. They are significant because of the number of them that were brought forth. There were ten. The number ten is significant to completeness. God said that he would execute judgment against

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    wondering about who he really is, and evaluating the different identities which he assumes for himself. He progresses from being a hopeful student with a bright future to being just another poor black laborer in New Your City to being a fairly well off spokesperson for a powerful political group, and ultimately to being the "invisible man" which he eventually realizes that he has always been. The deepest irony in this text is that for a significant portion of the story, the narrator is unaware of his own

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    A Christmas Story

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    network would go so far as to show a movie non-stop for twenty four hours straight. He decided to interview a number of people in order to find the answer, how A Christmas Story became an unlikely holiday tradition. Bryant interviewed Walter Ward, a spokesperson for TNT. Bryant wanted to know what TNT was thinking when they first decided to run A Christmas Story marathon. Ward said, “TNT first aired the marathon in 1998 as a “stunt.” When then marathon was over, they saw how the viewers loved it. It

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    Ida B. Wells

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    in punishment for a crime or a presumed crime. Ida B. Wells’ back round made her a logical spokesperson against lynching. She drew on many experiences throughout her life to aid in her crusade. Her position as a black woman, however, affected her credibility both in and out of America in a few different ways. Her parents nurtured the background of this crusader to make her a great spokesperson. She also held positions throughout her life that allowed her to learn a lot about lynching. She was

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    Shire

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    use of celebrities in advertising is very common. When advertisers choose a spokesperson to promote their product, they use three basic categories of source attributes, which include: appearance, target audience, and slogans. Both of these ads are equally effective in their own unique way. It is important to analyze the effectiveness of these celebrities in advertising in order to gain a better understanding of spokesperson endorsements. The first ad in Rolling Stone is for Boost mobile, a cell phone

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    JFK Essay

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    out the course of history, America has seen great Presidents. These men all exhibited characteristics which helped them to be successful in their endeavor to become the nations leader. Among those characteristics are traits such as being a good spokesperson or leader and being fair towards all which makes for a good President. As President, one must make numerous speeches. Someone who has a phobia of making speeches in front of a large group of people, may find this job difficult. Remaining composed

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    their color, are created in equality. On January 15, 1929, a boy named King came into the world with few cares. Little did anyone know that one day this young Michael (whose name was later changed to Martin) would be come a great orator and spokesperson for the African-Americans of the country of the United States. King attended segregated public schools in Georgia and graduated high school at 15. He later became a co-pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church with his father, Martin Luther King

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