• Pentagon Papers Daniel Ellsberg
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    Pentagon Papers; The Truth to War On June 31, 1971, President Nixon picked up a copy of his New York Times newspaper and found the 1 st story on the Pentagon Papers. The Pentagon Papers was a hidden government document that had information on the Vietnam War. It was also a government study in Southeast Asia. Daniel Ellsberg knew that the government was hiding something. Daniel Ellsberg was a political activist. He was the one who leaked the information to the New York Times. Daniel Ellsberg was...
  • The Long March Chinese Communist
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    INTRODUCTION On October 16, 1934, 100 000 Chinese Communist troops set out on a 6, 000 mile trek from their base in Kiangsi. 1 This trek, later to be known as the Long March, began after Chiang Kai-shek and his Nationalist armies (the Kuomintang) frustrated the Communist organization in Southeast China. The Long March was a difficult journey; approximately 90, 000 men and women died before it was over. 2 However, communism was not eliminated in China. This paper argues that the Long March galvan...
  • York Times Victims Money Fund
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    Scott Andersen 2/28/02 Speech 111 Making Everyone a Millionaire 1: Introduction 1: In a story in the New York Times written by David Barstow. It's estimated that over 1. 6 billion dollars have been raised by charity organizations since the attacks on Sept 11 th. That money has been raised for victims of that tragic day... But where has all the money gone? 2: I started this speech as a simple exploration into the Red Cross and its Liberty Fund that was established to help victims of the attacks o...
  • James Earl Jones A Voice In The Crowd
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    James Earl Jones: A Voice in the Crowd March 19, 1996 People all around the world know the voice of James Earl Jones. From Star Wars fans listening to the voice of Darth Vader to news junkies who hear a voice that dramatically intones This is CNN@ just before all the cable network = s station breaks to children who hear the stately voice of the majestic Mufasa, the king of the jungle in Walt Disney Pictures = animated The Lion King - people know this deep harmonious voice belongs to this consumm...
  • Has The New York Times Negatively Stereotyped
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    This study examines stereotyping of Arab Muslims in the New York Times for the past forty years. Theorists suggest that stereotyping of a minority group effects the public's opinion of that group. Other communication media theorists say that only under extreme conditions will the negative stereotypes reflect the publics' opinions of the portrayed minority group. The parallel theory between propaganda and stereotyping by the mass media is examined. Theorists including Thomson, (1977) & Myers, (1...
  • James Earl Jones A Voice In The Crowd
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    James Earl Jones: A Voice in the Crowd March 19, 1996 People all around the world know the voice of James Earl Jones. From Star Wars fans listening to the voice of Darth Vader to news junkies who hear a voice that dramatically intones This is CNN@ just before all the cable network = s station breaks to children who hear the stately voice of the majestic Mufasa, the king of the jungle in Walt Disney Pictures = animated The Lion King - people know this deep harmonious voice belongs to this consumm...
  • War On Terrorism Arts And Entertainment
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    The War On Terrorism Every morning, millions of people around the world begin their day by reading the newspaper. News topics are constantly discussed in everyday life and remain the dominant topic of conversation between friends, family, and even strangers. It is our responsibility as a modern society to recognize all events that impact our lives and make others aware of them, and newspapers as well as the general media allow us this opportunity. The New York Times, a worldwide newspaper, offer...
  • Clinton Times November 14 1993
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    The Clinton Health Plan The health care situation in the United States is in dire need of a change. The United States spends more money on health care per individual than any other nation in the world (14%of its GNP in 1991), and that amount is quickly rising. Virtually everyone, from doctors to politicians, recognize the unwieldy situation of health care in America, and realize that something must be done. In order to attempt to correct the failures of the current health care situation, one mus...
  • Terrorists Attack A Media Analysis
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    Terrorists Attack! ! February 26, 1993, the day that terrorists made the biggest attack on American soil to that point. It was early afternoon on a Friday, 12: 18 pm to be exact, a car bomb ripped through the guts of the now infamous North World Trade Center twin tower. It happened very quickly, and without warning, normal people were simply going about their daily business, when all of a sudden, the building shook, the power went out, and smoke began to fill all 110 floors of the towers. Many w...
  • York Times Cloning 1997 Animals
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    CLONING: HAS SCIENCE GONE TOO FAR INTRODUCTION For years the subject of cloning has captured the imaginations of authors, movie directors and much of the human population. Cloning is the prospect of creating an animal or even a person that is genetically identical to its "parent." Until recently the subject seemed farfetched and fictional, because no one really realized how close we had actually advanced in cloning research. It was during February of 1997 that an embryologist, Dr. Ian Wilmut, an...
  • Developed Countries Internet World Technology
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    Technology Revolution By: Justin Bergknoff E-mail: The technology revolution is upon us. In recent years there have been many triumphs in technology. Now more than ever, people are able to communicate over thousands of miles with the greatest of ease. Wireless communication is much to thank for the ease of communication. What used to take weeks threw mail, now takes seconds over the Internet. But just like any revolution there are social consequences, especially when the revolution takes place ...
  • Hazel O'leary York Times
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    From a confidential "communication plan" sent in 1994 to Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary and her chief of staff, by Audrey Hoffer, a public relations consultant employed by the Department of Energy. Last November, House Republicans called for Secretary O'Leary's resignation after a report surfaced showing that she had used federal funds to hire a public relations firm to rank reporters by their coverage of the department. The memo excerpted below was subsequently obtained by the Associated Press....
  • Farewell To Manzanar Research Paper
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    Farewell to Manzanar Research Paper Farewell to Manzanar, by Jeanne Wakatuski Houston, is a book about the authors personal experience before, during, and after her internment at Manzanar. This research paper will provide a brief description of the publication of the book, a brief synopsis of the novel, and give a critical evaluation of the novel. The San Francisco Book Company first published this book in San Francisco, in October 1973, nearly thirty years after the authors experience. Condensa...
  • The John Brown Raid
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    On October 16, 1859 John Brown led a raid on a federal arsenal in Harper s Ferry, Virginia. The results were disastrous for Brown and his self-recruited army of 18 men. The events that followed were to speed our divided nation into a civil war. This event turned a country on each other and made Brown a martyr. In this paper I will break down the newspapers feeling, thoughts and ideas as they apply to Browns raid up through his execution. In my researching the newspapers of the time period, I dec...
  • Deterrence York Times
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    Deterrence Introduction Bang! Bang! Another victim lies dead on the cold, hard asphalt. Another person dies for no reason at all. If the killer is caught and brought to justice he may be faced with the death penalty, or he may have to go to jail for the remainder of his life. There are many debates in the field of Criminal Justice about this controversial topic of should the death or incarceration of a criminal act as a deterrent or a missed opportunity to put fear into other criminals. Sixty -F...
  • Testing In Schools Both Sides Of The Issue
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    Diane Ravitch, Senior Research Scholar at New York University, has written several books and hundreds of articles pertaining to the education system in the United States. In one of her articles printed by Education Week, she says that "most fourth-graders who live in U. S. cities can't read and understand a simple children's book, and most eighth-graders can't use arithmetic to solve a practical problem." This is a reason behind testing schools and its students on what they have learned. Those t...
  • Downsizing York Times
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    Downsizing is the elimination of part of the workforce, especially in business and government, ostensibly for achieving a more efficient and cost-effective organization. It became an issue in the early stages of the 1996 U. S. Presidential campaign. Some think it was spawned by Pat Buchanan's political ambitions, a temporary blip on the screen. The politicians who won in 1996 would like us to believe that the problem has disappeared, that everything is fine and that they should receive the credi...
  • New York Times Site Web Article
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    Introduction The New York Times company delivers to millions of people all around the world. They are one of the worlds leading English newspaper retailers, and can be compared to big names such as The Washington Post. However, being one of the top retailers is not enough for these newspaper article writing guru's. They wanted everyone to have access to the articles, and spreading free newspapers would be way too expensive and time consuming. How could they fix this problem with out spending tri...
  • Debates On Tax Cuts
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    Debates On Tax Cuts The debates on tax cuts taking place in Congress are making the daily headlines of every radio station, newspaper, and television station in America. The issue at hand is what to do with the projected budget surplus estimated to total $2. 9 trillion over the next decade. Republicans and Democrats of the House and Senate have come up with several tax cut proposals ranging from less than $300 billion to almost $800 billion worth of tax cuts. Opposing views from both party membe...
  • York Times Programs Roosevelt People
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    "New Deal' And "Great Society': Major Strides Against " New Deal' And "Great Society': Major Strides Against Poverty Throughout time people have been affected by the harshness of poverty and economic strain. It has always seemed to be difficult for the average American to prosper if in fact that person did not come from previous wealth. Our great country prides on the idea of capitalism and the rights to freedom and insists that anyone who puts forth the effort can and will succeed. This has and...