• World War Past Historical Events
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    Historical Analogies Have A Great and Significant Value to Everyone Historical analogies have a great and significant value to everyone. They are used compare past wars and events, such as World War 1 and Vietnam. They could be used as guidelines for the future, and a reminder of the past. "All human events possess unique qualities, thus making reasoning by historical analogy a precarious enterprise." as described in our historical analogy packet, "The future has no place to come from but the pa...
  • Living In The Past Present And Future
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    Some people claim that the living in the present can actually cause more harm than good. They say that in order to lead a productive and profitable life, one must study both the past and the future, the present is only a stepping stone. I think that this is quite the opposite. The past must be learned from, the future must be looked at, but the present is where things happen, where a person can make things happen. In each persons time, he has the chance to make a mark upon the world. Each person...
  • School Uniforms Code And Hair
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    School Uniforms John Doe walks into a skyscraper, confident and well groomed wearing a tie, suit, and dress shoes. His confidence moves him forward, as he enters an elevator going up to the 23 rd floor. He approaches his first job interview since leaving Jesuit Prep: McAllen & McAllen Law. This well groomed man graduated from Jesuit prep, which had a dress code and hair restrictions. This dress code and hair restrictions evolved young men into mature adults over a 4 year period at Jesuit. The dr...
  • The Internet In Public Schools
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    "The Internet: A Necessity Or Luxury In The Public School Classroom." Modems, e-mail, www's and. com's - are these phrases merely a part of a worldwide fad, or are they here to stay And if they are, then what role should they play in the future of public education Many times, new things come along, and we all jump on the big boat of opportunity so quickly that we forget to look at the long term merits of what we " re boarding. The Internet is a good example of this, and we should all take a much...
  • Equal Opportunity In The Work Force
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    Equal opportunity in the work force The question of equal opportunity in the work force is on the rise with more minorities in the work force. For everyone in the work force there is a chance that their job is no longer safe because businesses have to meet minority standards. Today there are statistics showing the use of discrimination for those who are not hired because they are a minority. In America, land of opportunity, everyone is created equal. The United States is a country made up of di...
  • White Children Jeremy Future Stacey
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    I will be discussing the role of Jeremy Simms in the book Role of Thunder Hear My Cry. Jeremy is a white boy. He lives with his family who are racists. Jeremy reaches out to black children in his community particularly the Logan children (Stacey, Cassie, Christopher-John and Little Man). I will look at the role played by Jeremy Simms and I will look at what he represents. We first see Jeremy walking to school with the Logan children and TJ, Jeremy does not get the bus to school with the other wh...
  • Indopco Directly Incurred
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    The INDOPCO case in 1992 provided some guidelines concerning capitalization for the taxpayer. In the case, the Supreme Court ruled that expenses directly incurred in reorganizing or restructuring a corporate entity for the benefit of future operations are not deductible. The court also held that investment banker fees, legal fees, proxy costs, and SEC fees incurred by a target corporation in a friendly takeover must be capitalized if the takeover produces significant future benefits. The taxpaye...
  • Remote Viewers Future People Events
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    There are two types of future viewing and those are: voluntary and involuntary. Voluntary: These visions are voluntary in nature and are done by psychics and remote viewers. Police will use psychics on their teams, just as the C. I. A. used remote viewers for awhile (and probably still do). Both can have natural tendencies, but remote viewers are more apt to be able to increase their skills. Involuntary: These visions are often during meditation or sleep and are not at the conscious request of ...
  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Life Future Live
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    "Look not mournfully into the past. It comes not back again. Wisely improve the present. It is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future, without fear, and with a manly heart." This is a saying Longfellow read in Germany where his wife died. The words gave him hope for the future. It inspired him to want to write a series of psalms. The first one, "A Psalm of Life" written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, is an uplifting poem that compels us to feel hope for the future. After reading it the fir...
  • Marketing Myopia Business Term Future
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    Marketing Myopia is a term used in marketing that describes and unnecessarily common affliction among business people. It is the failure to see "down the road." Many business people make their decisions based on current circumstances. They do not think about what will likely happen in their industry in the future? One reason shortsightedness is so common is that people feel that they can not predict the future accurately. While this is a legitimate concern, it is also possible to use a whole ran...
  • Future Of Islam People Muslims Religion
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    The Future of Islam When first approached with the question "what the future of Islam is?" my mind raced around many places and had lots of different thoughts. I had no clue what the future of this religion would be I thought there are people for the American Gov. who are being payed a lot of money to figure this out and I don't think they even know. So I decided to do research to figure out what my opinion on this matter was. I found that there could be different futures for different places, l...
  • Is The Worlds Future A Promise Or A Threat
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    The late 19 th century witnessed the marriage of science and industry that continues to this day. The development of technology, no longer strictly the realm of independent inventors was guided and financed by companies searching for new products. At the same time, technology became a part of everyday life, made the world a smaller place, and became a more important force in shaping European and world events. People in the 1890's held expectations for the future. In 1939, the World Fair, called ...
  • Nineteen Eighty Future Winston Party
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    Nineteen Eighty-Four was written by a major contributor to anticommunist literature around the World War II period, and is one of the greatest stories of an anti-utopian society ever. Nineteen Eighty-Four was not written solely as an entertaining piece of literature or as a dream of what the future could be like, it was written as a warning of what could happen as a result of communism and totalitarianism. This was not necessarily a widely popular vision of the future at the time of publication,...
  • Health Care Long Term
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    The following statement was released today by Donald Young, M. D. , Interim President of the Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA): For America s 77 million baby boomers, paying future long-term care costs remains as their largest looming expense. According to the Bureau of the Census, in 2020, one out of every six Americans will be age 65 or older roughly 20 million more seniors than today. Furthermore, by 2020, the number of Americans 85 and older the people most likely to use long-te...
  • H G Wells The Shape Of Things To Come
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    H. G. Wells and the Shape of Things to Come Heat rays destroying London, time machines sending people far ahead into the future, and men who can't even be seen: these are all things that H. G. Wells uses in his science-fiction novels. His imagination allows the reader to immerse themselves in the book and do, in their mind, what the characters are doing. Wells' books were, in part, based on real-life happenings. War of the Worlds was conjured up in his mind because of the close position of Mars...
  • The Future Of Management
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    The four functions of management, planning, organizing, leading and controlling, have for years been the cornerstone of how organizations operate. Global and technology changes to name a few have changed the way organizations manage. In the future, rapid changes in technology and the expansion of the global community will continue to have a profound impact on how organizations are managed. In this paper I will discuss the four functions of management and how they will need to be adapted to the f...
  • History Is The Future
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    "History is the future." This statement may seem somewhat strange, but history would not exist if the people making the history did not look towards the future. For instance, the Civil War would have never occurred if the southern slaveholders thought that, in the future, slavery would not be abolished. In this primary document, J. M. Martin writes a great quantity about what the future holds for him and his family after the war ends. Martin writes about such things as his family's lives, educat...
  • 1984 A Helpless Future
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    Big Brother Is Watching You. This single line sums up the fear of George Orwell's frightening futuristic society. 1984 provides a terrifying glimpse of an all too possible society where there is no freedom, no rights, and no hope. There is only mindless obedience and compliance. Many details contribute to this portrait, such as the four ministries that rule the super-state of Oceania, the Thought Police, and even the language of Newspeak. However, the most startling facet is the alteration of h...
  • Abortion Objection Essay Morally Wrong
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    In the midst of many different positions on abortion encompassing the world today Don Marquis in his paper "Why Abortion Is Immoral," hits sound reasons why he believes that abortion is morally wrong. He starts with an assumption that he believes that everyone will in fact agree with, stating that it is morally wrong to kill us. Marquis explains that the reason that murder is wrong is not because of the effect that will placed on the family and friends of the person that is killed, but because t...
  • Deterioration Of The Education Budget
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    Everyday I come to school and everyday I see the same thing. When I come to school, I see the deterioration of our education. I see, on television and right here at home, the crumbling of our nation's schools. This year the budget for our nation's schools was raised by only 1. 4 billion dollars to a total of 50. 3 billion dollars. This increase is nothing compared to the increase the Department of Defense got, a whopping 35. 7 billion-dollar raise. That raise is almost two-thirds of our whole e...