• Rush Limbaugh 1995 The Philadelphia Inquirer
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    Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh has done much more than just change the style of talk radio, he has become somewhat of a political leader for many Americans. He has been the type of spokesman many people have been looking for. "Why am I being called the most dangerous man in America?" Limbaugh asks his listeners. "Because I am right, and I enjoy being right." (June 3, 1995, The Philadelphia Inquirer) Rush has caused people to change their views of the country and it's political leaders. He's had man...
  • Jane Eyre The Cinderella Copy
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    Cinderella is a classic fairytale almost every person knows. Such recognition was earned through time and it's originality. Yet from this well-known tale, many stories have stemmed into their own interesting aspects of virtually the same plot with similar characters. One of the related stories is Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bront"e. Bront"e uses the main character Jane as Cinderella who finds her prince charming. Even though Jane Eyre contains more about human nature and less of magic, it still rese...
  • Dorothea Dix Mentally Ill
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    Dorothea Lynde Dix was quoted as saying, "In a world where there is so much to be done, I felt strongly impressed that there must be something for me to do." Dix began at the age of 39, and spent the next 20 years as a social reformer for the treatment of the mentally ill. When asked to teach a Sunday School class at a women's correctional facility, Dix was appalled at the conditions, as well as the fact that many of the women weren't criminals, but were instead mentally ill. This is where her c...
  • Julius Caesar Military And Political Strength
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    Julius Caesar: Military and Political Strength Perhaps no other man in the history of the world symbolizes military and political strength as much as does Gaius Julius Caesar. This man became a legend for his military exploits and an almost global setting, his political manipulations which covered decades of cycles which covered power and loss of power, and his personal life which to have been played in the most melodramatic and theatrical manner. It is Caesar whose life, betrayal, and death whi...
  • Similarities And Differences Of Thomas Jefferson A
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    Similarities and Differences of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington In this essay I will compare and contrast two Americans from the history era of 1607 1876. The two that I have chosen are Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. First, I will be going over a brief overview of each person so that you can get a feel on who they are. Second, I will be discussing the similarities and differences of their early life, revolution era, their presidency. Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), was the 3 rd pr...
  • A Study In What Shaped The Political Philosophy Of
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    A Study in what shaped the Political Philosophy of: Jean-Jacques Rousseau Jean-Jacques Rousseau is truly a challenging figure. From whatever point of view he is considered within, he must be accounted as one of the most outstanding personages of the eighteenth century. His influence, for good or ill, is visible in today's literature, politics, education, and philosophy. In today's society Rousseau is rapidly being seen as the most influential thinker of the eighteenth century (Einaudi, 1967). R...
  • Michelangelo Buonarroti's Life And Attitude
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    Renaissance artists expressed their ideas through various approaches and unique styles. To a certain degree, great works can be analyzed and depicted to reveal attitudes that its creators held toward life's character. Michelangelo Buonarroti, creator of masterpieces such as David and the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, is a great figure of the Renaissance worth studying. His character and influences in his life contribute to the changing moods depicted in his artwork and writings. "He w...