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    Kristol founded the PNAC in 1997 and the organization quickly set about putting together a program for America’s future… America’s future president. The PNAC list of associates reads like a who’s who of the powerful wealthy American Right. All told, sixteen members of George Bush’s cabinet are members or associates of the PNAC, and these are not just any cabinet members, but in fact some of the most influential members. The members of the Bush cabinet who are associated with the PNAC are as follows:

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    Religion In American News

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    A recent survey finds that constant movement characterizes the American religious marketplace, as every major religious group is simultaneously gaining and losing members. Those that are growing because of the religious change are simply gaining new members at a faster rate than they are losing members. Conversely, those that are declining in number because of religious change simply are not attracting enough new members to offset the number of adherents who are leaving those particular faiths.

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    New American Mindset

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    Long-term social, economic, and political policies fostered by Britain before 1750 thoroughly impacted the developing American mindset. These fundamentals, such as legislative assemblies, commerce laws, and religious events, provided the basis for what was to become an independent American nation. This sovereign and unique culture, which developed slowly inside the thirteen colonies, can be greatly attributed to the continuous policy, protection, and influence that Britain provided. The lack of unity

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    in the highly concentrated population within the boroughs of New York City and it’s Metropolitan area. Albanian Americans ethnic homes generally consist of Montenegro, Kosovo, and Albania. In previous years, dealing with economic struggles in these poor Balkan countries, and social and ethnic discrimination from Serbia, Albanians made movements away from the home they once resided in. Immigration within the Albanian community into New York City was due to issues leading up to the Balkan war in Kosovo

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    New Citizens and American History

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    The civil rights movements is most known as the movement of African Americans. The movement was meant for equal access to opportunities and rights. African Americans had the right to be treated fairly, but they were treated wrong and seen as a minority for being different. As humans we all disserve respect. The civil rights movement brings justice to all. All living things have rights, we have the right to live to decide and to be free. People in jail are taken away from their rights for their actions

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    Following the Revolutionary War that lasted from 1776 to 1783, Britain’s thirteen North American colonies entered a period of great uncertainty. Finally free from the constraints of the Old World, the Founding Fathers of the United States were facing the predicament of a small population with limited resources and an unstable frontier. Though it was unclear as to how the colonies would create a New World order, most of the Founding Fathers had agreed upon a single point – that they would avoid

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    The Western portion of the United States includes thirteen states that are home to around 80,000,000 Americans, yet it remains one of the most sparsely settled regions in the country (U.S. Census Bureau 2010). In a sense, the American West is the closest thing left to a “frontier” in the modernized United States. One can travel to Montana and become immersed in a world not dissimilar to that of their forefathers, just as easily as one could travel to California, widely considered to be the epicenter

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    The New Deal and American Federalism

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    national and state governments, thus revolutionizing our understanding of federalism, through the New Deal. This essay seeks to explore the changes and attributes that define post-New Deal federalism. Prior to the New Deal, the United States practiced the traditional interpretation of dual federalism. The two forms of government were sovereign and had different parts to play, in the life of the American citizen. Under the ‘expressed powers’, the national government was granted various roles. These

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    BBC’s World News, the first aspect I noticed was the British accent the anchor had. The anchor was covering a story on the shooting at Fort Hood which involved a speech from President Obama. Before showing a clip of Obama the anchor referred to him as ‘American’s commander in chief.’ After the brief thirty second coverage on that story, the anchor moved on to show footage of complete chaos in Ukraine. The footage was hard to watch and I was surprise it was actually being shown on the news. I did not

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    The New Immigration in American History In 1886 the statue of "Liberty Enlightening the World," a gift from the people of France, was dedicated by President Grover Cleveland. Set at the entrance to New York, the statue was just in time to greet the biggest migration in global history. Between 1880 and World War I, about 22 million men, women, and children entered the United States. More than a million arrived in each of the years 1905, 1906, 1907, 1910, 1913, and 1914. Not everyone

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