• Home School Schooling Children Child
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    Home schooling is another way for a child to receive his or her education. It is one of many alternatives to regular schooling (classrooms and schools). It is the oldest alternatives to regular schooling and one of the most effective. There are many true stories proving that home schooling is an effective and often successful way to teach you child. But first lets talk about home schooling began in the U. S. Home schooling started in colonial America, (around 1777 to 1783) for most colonial hom...
  • J P Morgan And Ragtime
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    John Pierpont Morgan: The turn of the century in American, when E. L. Doctorow's novel Ragtime is set, was a time marked by rapid technological developments and industrialization. These years also brought a heavy flood of immigrants as well as an increasingly urban American landscape. Technological advancements enabled increased efficiency and mass production. However, Doctorow clearly brings into question the consequences of this new technology for the average American worker. J. P. Morgan's d...
  • Uniqueness And Strength In Dell Computer Corporation Supply
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    THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF DELL COMPUTER INTRODUCTION Appealing to exactly what the customer wants would ultimately be an ideal organisational objective for a business entity if it is aiming for profits. And being able to do it without an additional cost to the customer, would be too good to be true! This however, is actually the edge for Dell Computer when it took the computer industry by storm with its direct model distribution and build-to-order manufacturing. And amazingly, Dell's prices...
  • The Life Of Samuel Adams
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    Upon his birth, Samuel Adams was able to show that he was very strong and rebellious. One of three survivors of twelve children, Samuel Adams was born on September 27, 1722. (Lewis 5) He was born into a wealthy family in Boston, Massachusetts. His father, Samuel Adams the elder, "was a prosperous brewer and merchant." (Miller 3) He was said to distill the best rum in North America. (Lewis 3) He was also a very religious man. His religious ways earned Samuel Adams the elder the name of "the Deac...
  • A Twisted Attraction Jack The Ripper
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    "My knife's so nice and sharp I want to get to work right away... ." -Jack the Ripper A Twisted Attraction Jack the Ripper: few names in history are as recognizable as this anonymous assailant's. Violence has always been a twisted attraction for many, yet the mere name 'Jack the Ripper' conjures images of brutality and murder more than one hundred years later. Why is this symbol of crime as popular today as he was during Victorian times? What has continued the fascination with such a villain? Mo...
  • Lowering The Legal Drinking Age
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    As we are all aware of, the United States of America has ruled that the legal drinking age is twenty-one. Many citizens, including myself, believe this to be preposterous. We all have our reasons for believing which side of the line is best, and this essay includes mine. I know that some of you may believe that twenty-one is a suitable and responsible age. Some of you may even go so far as to say that it should be set higher than that. A few individuals I know would say that the way "kids" act ...
  • Willa Cather Life Writing Characters
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    Willa S ibert Cather is an important women in American ligature. She played an important part in the development of of modernist writing in America. Although her writing is consistently concise and to the point it is also very vivid with its language and the pictures it paints. Not only was she a writer but she was a teacher, journalism and critic too. Willa was born in Back Creek, Virginia in 1873. Her family moved to to Red Cloud, Nebraska when she was ten years old. Red Cloud was a small tow...
  • Usa Patriot Act An Infringement Of Civil Liberties
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    With troops overseas in the Middle East, Americans are once again on edge about the possibility of terrorist attacks on U. S. soil. Now that Coalition forces are engaged in intense fighting in Iraq, the chance of an attack appears to be looming. On September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists hijacked four U. S. commercial airliners and crashed two into the World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon, and the fourth in a field in Pennsylvania (Frank 5). On this day in history Americans sat glued to their te...
  • Ozone Depletion The Light Shines Through
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    Above the earth, approximately 30-50 kilometers, a layer of stable oxygen atoms covers the stratosphere, this called the ozone layer. It protects "all life" from the sun's harmful radiation. (US EPA). The ozone layer is very powerful; it protects the earth from dangerous UVB rays from the sun. (Frank 13) If the rays from the sun were to pass through the atmosphere it would be devastating because they have the ability to destroy skin cells in humans and animals. In 1974 two scientists discovered...