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Cause of the Civil War

When it comes to the question of why the Civil War was caused, several

theoretical answers arise. One common theory is that the Civil War resulted

because the North and South became two different societies, with different cultural

norms. From my perspective, this is the main fact t

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The Goal is a book about how to set objectives, not only in business but also in life, and reach them. It teaches you how to set attainable goals and through careful and strict application reach them. It also explains how to use operations management with the entire system and looks at the system as a whole. The example that the boo

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“I’d rather you shoot at tin cans in the backyard, but I know you’ll go after birds. Shoot all the bluejays you want , if you can hit ’em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” This is what Atticus Finch tells his children after they are given air-rifles for Christmas. Uniquely, the title of the classic novel by Harper Lee, To Kill

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Moment of Weakness

Throughout William Shakespeare’s infamous play Othello, it is evident to the reader that it is a tale of passion, ego, deceit, and betrayal. In scene three of act three, a confrontation occurs between Othello and Iago concerning the promiscuity of Othello’s wife, Desdemona. The scheming and conniving by Oth

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While examining a work, questions should arise from the audience about the characters and the motive of the author when creating the characters. When reading Medea, the audience is forced to not only examine the author but the ideas that authors had about society and mankind at that time. The play Medea creates many questions about what characteris

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Stephen Akindona

English 164.36 4T


4 November 2002

Gun Control

There is a problem in our society that needs to be addressed it is on the issue of gun control. Gun violence in the past has claimed thousands of lives, and even though gun related deaths have declined, the issue stil

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Is our government today really about the people, when the media and how much the government wants us to know regulate so much of what we know? In today’s society the media is a big factor in how we look at candidates and their viewpoints. We saw this in the recent 2000 presidential election that making a good impact on the media will make or break

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Between 1890 and 1920, Progressives attempted to improve working conditions, urban life, and social conditions. Many demanded changes in the regulation of business, labor, and consumer safety. It is fair to say that the Progressives successfully accomplished their goals; hence, this era appears to be a success. Without these changes, workers wou

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Reasons Why Teachers Shouldn?t Force Students to Study Agamemnon

To inflict someone?s will upon another person is morally and ethically wrong. For example, there was an incident during the 30?s and 40?s where one man?s spirit bestowed itself on the behalf of many. Some inconsiderately call this the Holocaust. An atrocity such

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Laser Eye Surgery

An increasing number of people plagued with poor eyesight and cumbersome eyewear are opting for a surgical solution. In 1999, ophthalmologists performed some 940,000 vision correction surgeries, more than twice as many surgeries as the previous year, according to estimates from Spectrum Consulting, a company in Peabody,

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“The Kingfish” Huey Long delivered a speech campaigning for his “Share the Wealth” program. This speech was delivered during the heart of the Great Depression, a time when many Americans were struggling massively just for food and shelter. During this speech Long uses many elemental speech devices to explain to the listeners the current probl

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Selina, cold, the coldness of hell. Her and Rosa shivered in the winter’s icy wrath, perched underneath the bridge. Rosa clenched Magda to her breasts with fear, but Magda was protected by the shawl. Selina would hold the infant on occasion, but she was often jealous of Magda. Selina was only fourteen and needed the warmth of a shawl to protect he

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As long as humans have walked the Earth, we have sought out answers. Answers for questions like: Why are we here? Where do we go when we die? Where did we come from, and what’s that? How different people answered these questions is important to study because it shows us the spiritual side of human nature. The belief in some higher presence, other t

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The Horses

“The Horses” by Edwin Muir is still very relevant to the 21st century audience even though it was written over 50 years ago. The poet explores a number of exciting images that I will have chosen to investigate in this essay.

“The Horses” concerns the aftermath of a devastating nuclear war. Edwin

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1) What were the critical incidents in Greyhound’s growth and development over time?

Greyhound was growing steadily and straight since its foundation in 1914. Their original business was bus transportation. By 1960 they covered nearly all of North America with its bus transportation and were gaining so much profit that they were looking f

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Essay- Romeo and Juliet

With whom does the ultimate responsibility for the deaths of the “star-crossed” lovers lie?

The tragic ending of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet has caused the readers and audiences of the play to wander with whom the ultimate responsibility for the death of the “star-crossed lover

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Do revolutions have to have bloody conflicts in them to be called that? The Industrial Revolution is a direct contradiction to that statement; it is the only revolution in history not to have one single drop of blood shed at any time. The Industrial Revolution was a period from 1700-1850 in which new technology was being discovered at an alarming r

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Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain was born in February 20, 1967 in Aberdeen, Washington. His mother, Wendy Fradenburg was a homemaker and his father, Donald Cobain, was an auto mechanic. Kurt was “a precious, energetic child who loved to draw and to sing Beatle tunes, Cobain was diagnosed as a hyperactive preschool

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White Oleander

White Oleander is the story of a young girl who experiences loss, misfortune, and healing when her mother is convicted of murder and send to prison for life.

Astrid, a young girl live

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The Great Gatsby: The Role Color in Chapter 3

Color plays a big role on chapter 3 of The Great Gatsby. Color can set the mood a scene or explain the personality of a person. In this quote, “In his (Gatsby’s) blue gardens”, blue represents a happy atmosphere where all people get along. In the Quote, “The orchestra is playing yellow co

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