• The Mammy African American
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    Images people once thought of as funny and humorous are now thought to be very hurtful and racial. Over eighty years ago, The Mammy was thought to be one of the most enduring images of the African-American woman. The Mammy grew out of slavery and the location of black women in the entanglement of social relations in a biracial slave society. The boundaries have been defined of the acceptable and unacceptable black female behavior. However, since time has elapsed the image of the Mammy has turne...
  • April 2002 Web One Online
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    Running head: ECOMMERCEeCommerceThe Popularity of Online AuctionsAbstractThe Popularity of Online Auctions The opportunity to shop from the comfort of ones own home has seen a change like never seen before. Within the span of a few short years, what may have began as an experimental idea has grown to an immensely popular hobby, and in some cases, a means of livelihood, the online auction gathers tremendous response everyday, all day. With the point and click of the mouse, one may bid on an item ...
  • Pugh 1999 Britain British War
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    After the end of the Second World War in which, to Britain, it was nearly a repeat of the First World War that Britain had experienced the same things as the aftermaths. The war put severe strains on her economic resources as well as the undermining of her export markets. Even though Britain had won the war, the impacts on Britain afterwards were not always positive, in that, as everyone know, war created tragedy. It did not make any good to anybody, even the winner. The victors also had to spen...
  • April 2002 Web User Mail Vulnerability
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    In most cases cable or DSL companies such as Comcast or Direct PC are just a single type of Internet connection company. But sometimes companies acquire these one-connection companies to make their companies bigger and better such as AOL buying Time Warner. As these companies get bigger and start to offer more types of connections they also start to have more security conflicts. AOL's software for its dial up connection has a firewall built in to it, the firewall protects it users from hackers a...
  • Child Abuse Maltreatment Children People
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    It's Not Your Fault You never realize how good you have or did have it until you hear other people's stories. Until you hear that people actually lock their children in basements for punishment, or even burn them, do you understand that the occasional arguments within your own family is nothing compared to the way some other children are treated. If that does not convince you then take this situation into consideration: Dave Pelzer (a child abuse survivor), between the ages of four and twelve, w...
  • Alan Greenspan April 2002
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    Dr. Greenspan knows a recession when he sees one. The cautious chief of the Federal Reserve Board, was a child through the Depression, became President Gerald Ford's top economic adviser during the economic woes of the mid-'70 s, and ascended to his current post mere months before the stock market crash of 1987. It stands to reason that Greenspan, often dubbed the second most powerful man in America, is obsessed with balancing the U. S. economy between boom and bust. (abc news. go. com) He took...
  • Major Problems Facing Austria In The 21st Century
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    Austria is a well-developed European country with relatively few major problems. However, in the past, most major concerns have been environmental and energy-based. For years, the need for fossil fuels and natural gas has plagued Austria. Although some fossil fuels occur naturally in Austria, the country's use far exceeds their supply. In order to help solve this problem, Austria has created plans and restrictions such as the Regional Energy Action Plan. In addition, air pollution (which leads t...
  • Who Started World War One
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    There is a reason for every war being fought. There is always a guilty party behind occurrence of the war. If that party had not done something to make another mad, the war would have never started. Sometimes it is hard to find the group responsible for this action. Sometimes it is very obvious who is to blame. Germany's offensives started World War I and made more countries join as the war went on. "On June 28, 1914, a Serbian student named Gavril o Prince, who was part of the militant group c...