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    cunning is key to the deception of the other animals. In chapter three, Squealer deceives the animals of the farm for the first time. The animals find out that the milk and apples are given solely to the pigs, and Squealer is sent to explain the uneven distribution of farm resources. “‘Comrades’ he cried. ‘You do not imagine, I hope, that we pigs are doing this in a spirit of selfishness and privilege?’” (Orwell 42) He goes on to explain, “ ‘Milk and apples (this has been proved by science, comrades) contain

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    for many United States citizens. Starting in 1929, The Great Depression was a rough time not only for the U.S. but for many other countries. There are many causes for the Depression but the main cause was the combination of the greatly unequal distribution of wealth throughout the 1920's and the extensive stock market speculation(Gusmorino, 1). Other causes were the unsteadiness of the stock market, short signed economic policies, overdependence on mass production, consumer spending, advertising

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    Franklin Roosevelt (FDR)

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    than one-fourth, of people were put out of work, banks were closed, international trade was stagnant, homeless families roamed streets, farms were foreclosed; all faith in capitalism had diminished. The topple of the economy was caused by an uneven distribution of wealth that allowed for luxurious spending and gambling on the stock market, which encouraged large corporations to produce more than could be bought by consumers. A pessimistic Hoover had left the United States in the middle of its worst

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    0 As the skater prepares to ollie they lower the center of gravity by bending at the knees and waist. Next the skater will begin to explode in the positive Y direction by pressing down on the tail of the board. The red arrows now have an uneven distribution to the tail of the board causing lift on the nose. All of the FN is now pushing up on the rear wheels. At this point the skater is has applied a large downward force on the tail causing the board to pop or bounce off of the ground. The downward

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    Mimicking the Natural Environment In Clifford Geertz’s article, Two Types of Ecosystems, he suggests that the uneven distribution of the Indonesian population is in direct correlation with the different methods of agriculture used by those in the densely populated area and those in the less populated area. Geertz explores the distinct characteristics of two methods of cultivation in Indonesia, swidden and sawah agriculture. Swidden agriculture, as described by Geertz, is when the forest is burned

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    variables in time, space and across the settings. In contemporary social life they intertwine between each other and relate to law and deviant behavior. According to Black?s definition, stratification is ?the vertical aspect of social life?, ?any uneven distribution of the material conditions of existence? (Black 11), in other words the discrimination of wealth. Stratification can be measured in quantity, delineated in style and viewed from two perspectives, as a ?magnitude of difference in wealth? (Black

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    idea for a physician assistant? 1. Dr. Eugene A. Stead, Jr. came up with the idea in 1965. 2. He was chairman of the Department of Medicine at Duke University. B. Why was there a need for physician assistants? 1. There was a shortage and uneven distribution of primary care physicians. 2. He selected Navy corpsmen who received considerable medical training during their military service in Vietnam. He based the curriculum on the fast-track training of doctors during World War II. II. Physician

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    population of 1.3 billion, an economy that is still developing, and thus even more stringent budget constraints. And although abandoning command economics for the free market in 1977 allowed double-digit economic growth through the 90’s, the now-uneven distribution of wealth (an inevitable result of capitalistic reforms) makes equality of access to education even more pressing of an issue. Not only is it now more difficult to achieve consistency in educational opportunity across the country, but in today’s

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    The cyclic nature of political revolutions and the uneven distribution of power creates a problematic and dystopic society. This is depicted in George Orwell’s dystopian, allegorical novella “Animal Farm”. This provides a warning against revolutions as he suggests that revolutions are detrimental to a society and its working class citizens. His novel depicts the unfavourable aspects of the human condition, and the terrible effects they can have on society if political leaders are not regulated.

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    Antonio D. Fontanilla, Jr. 4-AB Political Science The Uneven Distribution of Resources and Power of the State: The Context of Poverty of a Lumads in Mindanao The situation in Mindanao for the past decades has been varying from the issues of conflict to the achievement of apparent peace in the eyes of many Filipinos. We can always hear the news of war, bombing, kidnappings and the most affected by these are the displaced people living in the affected areas. This reality that still continues and hinders

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