• Cold War Differences Blame Bigger
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    Who was to Blame for the Cold War? The blame for the Cold War cannot be placed on one person; it developed as a series of chain reactions as a struggle to look as a bigger and bigger situation. It can be argued that the Cold War was inevitable, and therefore no ones fault, due to the differences in the capitalist and communist's different plans. It was only the need for self-defense that had caused the two countries to sink their differences temporarily during the Second World War. Though many o...
  • Arab Israeli Conflict Caused The War
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    History Coursework: Assignment 2- The Arab Israeli Conflict 1. The author in source A appears to take a relatively neutral view in commenting on which side caused the war. Doing so he has looked at both how Israel caused it and how the Arabs caused it, thus leading to the conclusion that neither side caused the war. The author shows the Israelis felt that they had to go to war because they were 'too small and vulnerable. The source mentions that the Israelis felt under threat from Arab aggressio...
  • The Effect Of Media On The Publics Opinion
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    The Effects of Media on the Public's Opinion Mass media - have you ever taken the time to consider two articles about the same thing Some may be more bias against a group or idea, while others keep a strict, non bias view. The way the media portrays events may change or even corrupt people's thoughts on certain public matters. This paper will dissect four articles on the Woodstock riots and show the relationships and differences between them. On a Sunday night, near the closing song of the Red H...
  • D World Praise And Blame
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    Praise and Blame in World D In World D, a world in which people recognize that they do not have free will, it is still possible to maintain a system of praise and blame. The implicit assumption is that praise and blame effect actions such that a person praised for an action is more likely to repeat the action while a person blamed for an action is less likely to commit the same action again. Such a system, although possible, would look different from the system which exists in the actual world b...
  • The Lottery Tradition People Violence
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    Research Paper: The Lottery The word tradition can have a slue of different meanings. For people of diverse backgrounds, religions, and genders certain traditions are held dear to them. The Webster International dictionary had many definitions for tradition, but the one that applied best states that tradition is the "oral transmission of beliefs, opinions, information or customs" (Webster 2684). Shirley Jackson the author of many fictional stories precisely "The Lottery" uses the story to explai...
  • Romeo And Juliet Blame Audience Friar
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    Romeo and Juliet Where would the audience perceive the blame to lie for the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet As with many things it is difficult to lay the blame on one specific occurrence as even the slightest mishap, especially in this story, can mount to something far worse than ever expected. The question I am trying to answer is where the audience would perceive the blame to lie and personally I feel the answer to that question lies greatly with who the audience actually is. A modern day audienc...
  • One To Blame Aids Society Group
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    Plagues and Epidemics Humans are remarkably good at finding a religious scapegoat for their problems. There has always been someone to blame for the difficulties we face in life, such as war, famine, and more relevant, disease. Hitler blames the Jews for economical woes in a corrupt Germany long after the Romans held the Christians responsible for everything wrong in a crumbling, has-been empire. Inthe fourteenth century, when Plague struck Europe, it was blamed on '... unfavorable astrological ...
  • World War 2 Germany Blame France
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    World War I has often been referred to as the "Great War." This is a rather deceiving statement being that over 65 million men fought, and over 37 million men died in a war that lasted 4 years. World War I was, also, referred to as the "War to end all Wars." Yet, 20 years later that statement would no longer be true as WWII erupted in 1939. When WWI ended with no real purpose served, it became apparent that a peace conference needed to occur and that someone had to pay reparations for the damage...
  • Fast Food Blame Americans Companies
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    Shame on You It seems that the average family is spending more time going out to fast food restaurants than eating at home. With more Americans eating out, obesity is at a new high. With the ever rising obesity problem in America, fast food chains are being pointed out as the ones to blame. Who's at fault? Is it the consumers or the companies making the unhealthy food readily available? While eating out is becoming the easiest alternative to a sit down dinner at home, the effects of too much fas...
  • On My Honor Joel Bauer Blame
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    Marion Dane Bauer, On My Honor. Clarion, 1986. 90 pp. Marion Bauer certainly followed in the tradition of great novels. On My Honor is set in the hot summer of a small city. It explores the stress we put on ourselves to express blame and feel guilt when blamed. The biggest heartache is when you blame yourself for things that could not be prevented, or were not your fault. That is what Joel did. The setting was the Vermillion. Tony called it Old Man River, which is a nickname for the Mississippi...
  • Crucible Blame On Someone
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    The Crucible vs. Modern Day The play, The Crucible, had many lessons to be learned by the reader. The one that stands out in my mind is the taking of responsibility for one's actions. The who leplay revolves around people not brave enough to stand up and take responsibility. Thesis a lesson that obviously has not been learned by people through out thousands of years. Today people still try and find the easy way out and try and put the blame on someone else rather than themselves. In the Crucibl...
  • Immigration Reform Welfare Immigrants Blame
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    Immigration Reform Immigration reform is a political idea construed to mislead our society into blaming innocent immigrant minorities for the current problems that plague our nation. It is well known that this country has prospered through centuries of economic and social misfortunes from the labor of immigrants who have made this country what it is today. Immigration reform seeks to blame the innocent based on skin tone, ethnic background, and nationality. Instead of focusing on the genuine age...
  • Blame Poorer Person
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    Are some people more to blame for a crime then others and if so why? This is a question which many people wonder about today. I think the answer is yes. People who are brought up in a certain way are more likely to commit a certain crime than others. In he following I will consider why certain people are more to blame then others for the crimes that they commit. Before looking at the issue of if some people are more to blame than others we must first look the reasons in which people may commit c...
  • Is The Ww1 Stalemate The General's Fault
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    Was the Four Years on the Western Front the Generals fault There are many different perspectives to the question above. I intend to look at some and say reasons why they are to blame and why some blame could be put on other people. Most people think they are to blame but most of them have not heard the arguments why they are not to blame. There are other aspects why the four years on the western front might not be the Generals fault. These are that they had not adapted their tactics to the new ...
  • Rain And The Dust Results People Blame
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    As people get upset with something, they need to find another to blame. Most likely results stick out more than causes, and in turn the result gets the blame. If one is blamed for something that isn't their fault, often the person will get upset and, in turn, find something or somebody else to blame. Sadly, this scenario is often what happens; the cause is never found and people get upset at each other over something that is not their fault. Farmers and the like moved west because of the lack of...
  • Government Censorship Blame Parents
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    Censoring things such as violence has become a part of both the public and government agendas in many countries. This includes the increased popularity of computer networks such as the Internet, music, video games, television, etc. It's not about right or wrong anymore. It's about whom to blame when something tragic happens. When a child is informed that her friends father is now among the deceased, she replies, "Who killed him?" . Her response illustrates her assumption that his death is relate...
  • School Violence Parents Blame Schools
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    Violence in School Settings In the past few years school violence has become some what of a trend. In the period from 1996-1999, 17 school shootings have occurred in the United States. Educators, parents, and students everywhere are questioning why is this happening, who is to blame, and what can we do to stop it. I have researched this topic and come across many theories and suggestions. Some people suggest that we downsize to smaller schools, others place blame on parents and society, and then...
  • Who's To Blame Dick Clark
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    After watching "Bowling for Columbine" written by Michael Moore, your mind may be filled with many new thoughts on who to blame for our nation's knack of always acting in violence. Some of the problems that come to mind after watching this movie may be poverty, gun control, media, or even politics. Moore doesn't necessarily place the blame on anything in particular, but through the movie you are able to see that things need to be changed when Americans act in violent ways such as killing 11, 127...
  • Stalemate Ww1 Von Moltke
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    There are many different perspectives to the question above. I intend to look at some and say reasons why they are to blame and why some blame could be put on other people. Most people think they are to blame but most of them have not heard the arguments why they are not to blame. There are other aspects why the four years on the western front might not be the Generals' fault. These are that they had not adapted their tactics to the new technology, the nature of trench warfare and bad understand...
  • Nabokov Analysis That In Aleppo Once
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    Major Essay #3 Analysis of Fiction Societal tradition and stereotyping suggests that in marriage the man will enjoy more power in the relationship than the woman; moreover, that the man will be in control of the relationship and his wife. That in Aleppo Once, by Vladimir Nabokov, within its theme of loss and love, explores this concept. In a letter written during the opening days of WWII, Nabokov uses the character of the narrator to present his ideas of control and power in relationships. Throu...