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    The Salem witch trials transpired in the late 1600’s and caused uncertainty and controversy throughout the society. The town of Salem is where most of the trials occurred, and practicing witchcraft, and our American government forced over a dozen citizens to pay with their lives. The witch trials happened because of conflicts dealing with religion, fear, and feuds. The trials began during the spring of 1692, after a group of adolescent girls claimed to be possessed by the devil and they accused several

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    The Importance of Exile in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney To be a poet in a culture obsessed with politics is a risky business. Investing poetry with the heavy burden of public meaning only frustrates its flight: however tempting it is to employ one's poetic talent in the service of a program or an ideology, the result usually has little to do with poetry. This is not to condemn the so-called "literature of engagement"; eye-opening and revealing, it has served its purpose in the unfinished story

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    Colonialism in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing

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    Colonialism in Margaret Atwood's 'Surfacing' Margaret Atwood's novel 'Surfacing' demonstrates the complex question of identity for an English-speaking Canadian female. Identity, for the protagonist has become problematic because of her role as a victim of colonial forces. She has been colonized by men in the patriarchal society in which she grew up, by Americans and their cultural imperialism, or neo-colonialism as it has come to be known as, and the Euro-centric legacy that remains in her country

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    Barriers in Older People

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    Barriers in Older Persons Lattimore et al., (2011) said that the term “barrier” is used to describe anything the participants reported as obstacles to being physically active. A barrier is not necessarily something that keeps a person from being physically active, but something that is perceived as an obstacle to overcome in order to be physically active. In order to effectively change behavior it is important to understand and address barriers. These barriers can be grouped into individual, environmental

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    Colonialism and Beyond Things Fall Apart and Heart of Darkness My entire education has taken place in the United States of America. It has consisted of public school, college, and graduate school. I only had one teacher during my public school career who wasn't white. I had a female African-American English teacher when I was in Junior High School. The student body of my junior high school was over ninety-percent black, yet our faculty was entirely white with the exception of two black teachers

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    The CIA

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    Bibliography: Magazines McCurdy, Dave. "Glasnost for the CIA." Foreign Affairs, Jan/Feb 1995: 125-40 Smowle, Jill. "Double Agent." Time, 7 March 1994: 28-37 Vistca, Gregory. "Psychics and Spooks." Newsweek, 11 December 1995: 50. Walcott, John and Duffy, Brian. "The CIA's Darkest Secrets." U.S. News & World Report, 4 July 1994 Waller, Douglas. "Halt! Friend or Foe?" Time, 6 March 1995: 50. Internet "Key Events in CIA's History." [Online] Available http: http://www.cia

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    Rhythmic Procedures and Rudimental Drumming

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    Rhythmic Procedures and Rudimental Drumming In history, drumming and the use of percussive instruments have had a significant role in people’s lives. Not only do the people who play these instruments enjoy them, but it is said that "there is as much pleasure participating in, as listening to and admiring an expert drummer’s improvisations". The use of drums has been recognized as being able to put people into spiritual trances throughout history. The drum is a musical instrument with great power

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    How Miller Uses Reverend Hale in The Crucible Arthur Miller describes Reverend Hale as nearing forty, a tight-skinned, eager-eyed intellectual. An intellectual is usually thought of as someone with his head in the clouds, who spends so much time thinking great thoughts that he's inept in the real world of human emotions. There is some truth in this image of John Hale. He knows a lot about witchcraft; but he knows almost nothing about the people of Salem or the contention that is wracking

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    The Impact of the Internet and E-commerce on Tax Regimes in the Commonweath Caribbean Introduction Most, if not all, of the member states of the Commonwealth Caribbean derive their right to tax from their Constitutions.[1] Section 48(1) of the Jamaican Constitution, for example, provides that '…Parliament may make laws for the peace, order and good government of Jamaica.' The Courts have continuously interpreted this right as one that is not unbridled and therefore, the governments of

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    In Depth Research of Witchcraft For my final project, I choose the non-ordinary topic of witchcraft. I was not and am not, interested in researching this to learn how to become a witch and to practice the craft. My intent in doing this project stemmed from the fact that I am a Christian. This class has showed me how to have a more open mind, and how gaining knowledge provides understanding. I wanted to see what is fact and what is false about the myths and stereotypes about witches and witchcraft

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