• The Daunting Red Guards
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    The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, beginning as a campaign targeted at removing Chairman Mao Zedong's political opponents, was a time when practically every aspect of Chinese society was in pandemonium. From 1966 through 1969, Mao encouraged revolutionary committees, including the red guards, to take power from the Chinese Communist party authorities of the state. The Red Guards, the majority being young adults, rose up against their teachers, parents, and neighbors. Following Mao and hi...
  • Head Of The Guards Bolte Town Fadiodrusis
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    CHAPTER I: The Memoirs of Pentios March 12, 1559: The trip is no easier than it was weeks ago. I have taken rest in a small clearing of the woods. I don't even know how far away from Fadiodrusis I am. It has been five new moons, and countless restless nights. I think I'm going crazy... there is noone else out here for me to even talk with, except for the animals. Oh how I miss the days when my wife and I would spend hours before the fire, just holding and touching. But, back to the reason I kee...
  • The Murder Murderers Kill
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    12/10/96 The Murder In the beginning of the play, Macbeth and Banquo meet three witches. The witches predict that Macbeth will be Thane of Glamis, Thane of Cawdor, and king. They tell Banquo that his sons will become kings. At that point Macbeth was already Thane of Glamis because of his father. He also had been named Thane of Cawdor, but he hadnt found out yet. This all made him think that maybe someday he could be king, but he didnt know how. At first Macbeth was hesitant about killing Duncan...
  • Straight Cut Shot Neo Guard
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    The Matrix Directed by the Wachowski Brothers " Buckle your seat belt Dorothy, because Kansas is going bye-bye." -Cypher (Hugo Weaving) "Through all the action we " re trying to tell a story and there is a lesson to be learned. The movie has a meaning and a positive message. It's a story for the fight for individuality and compassion and coming to terms with the world. It has such heart and soul." -Keanu Reeves " Expect the unexpected." -The Wachowski Brothers Written and directed by the Wachows...
  • Lords Which Was Delegated Feudal Guards Estates
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    There were number of factors that contributed to the development of Mafia from feudalism. From the center of Sicily the mafia came into being from the feudal estates (feudi). At first, the mafia's purpose was to defend feudal privileges in the rural districts. But the total lack of public authority and the absolute power of the lords which was delegated to henchmen whose only qualification was their talent for delinquency, built up a tyranny based on violence and systematic exploitation. For cen...
  • Lucasville Prison Riot Cell Block
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    Around 3: 00 pm on Sunday April 11, 1993 a riot started when prisoners returning from recreation time attacked prison guards in cell block L. The guards held the keys to the entire cell block and it did not take long for the prisoners to take full advantage of the keys. Four beaten guards were released within hours of the attack but 8 were retained. The riot was started for many reasons but the most obvious reason was TB testing on Muslims, they do not believe in using needles to take blood or f...
  • Hamlet Act I Late King
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    Summary Hamlet Act I The story begins outside castle Elsinore where guards are exchanging each other at duty shifts. Two more guards Horatio and Marcellus join the guard Bernardo, whose shift just begun. Bernardo tells the story to his companions in which a ghost, who looks like the late king of Denmark, visited the guarding place last two knights. While his telling the story the ghost appears. Horatio who supposedly knows how to talk to ghosts tries to communicate with it, but the ghost leaves ...
  • Ordinary People Experiment Power Guards
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    'The Education of a Torturer' is an account of experiments that has similar results to that of Milgram's obedience experiments that were performed in 1963. Though both experiments vary drastically, both have one grim outcome, that is that, 'it is ordinary people, not psychopaths, who become the Eichmanns of history.' The Stanford experiment was performed by psychologists Craig Haney, W. Curtis Banks, and Philip Zimbardo. Their goal was to find out if ordinary people could become abusive if given...
  • Save His Father Elie Guards Live
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    Why did Elie let it happen? What could Elie really have done as an alternative to save his father from dying? He could not have helped his father from being beaten up by the SS guards but he did try to help him from being attacked by his own men in his sleeping barracks. Elie really wanted his father to live. Elie does everything possible to help his father unless it would do harm to himself. Elie could not have helped his father from being beaten by the SS guards because on Page 284 in the Nove...
  • Red Guards People Mao China
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    Red Guards In the summer of 1966 there was a new effort on the part of the head leaders in China to further control the actions and thoughts of the people in China. The Red Guards were the force to do it all. A group of kids who mostly in their teens and some in college were putin to this gang. This so-called military force was called the Red Guards. Groups of these Red Guards traveled from the large cities all the way to empty country sides. They held huge demonstrations at every stop. Their m...
  • Cultural Revolution Guards Red Citizens
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    The Cultural Revolution was the greatest educational incident chronicled in the last hundred years and it took place from 1966 to 1976. Mao Zedong was the leader of the Cultural Revolution and he wanted to bring about the Cultural Revolution by setting goals to form a more affective bureaucracy. The Cultural Revolution was a time when Red Guards fought against a democratic society and the guards attacked an aspect called the '4 olds.' The '4 olds' were old ideas, old culture, old customs, and ol...
  • Chief John Train Guards
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    Suddenly, he woke up. He sensed that the train had stopped. Am I in Beijing John Gwen thought. He looked around and saw Tianjing signs on the pillars in the train station. Looks like this is it. Well I better hop off and glance around. After he hopped off, he saw two security guards hurrying toward him. Uh-oh. Two strong security guards rushed to him and grabbed him. The other one took his painting. They sent him to the office to confront their chief. The chief was sitting down behind a large ...
  • Airport Security Airports Guards Safe
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    Airport security is still an on going debate. In recent years, airports have had to step up their security due to the rising amount of violence. There are many different steps that airports have to take in order to make the airport a safe place. These actions could not take place without the help of the airport? s security staff. Therefore, airports security should be improved. Few people really know what airport security consists of. The staff makes the airport what it is today. They have to p...
  • Nicomachea Ethics In The Green Mile
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    The movie, The Green Mile, is a film that is based on a true story set in the state of Alabama during the Depression Era. The story is told by Paul Edgecomb, who during that time was the head guard on Death Row at the Cold Mountain Penitentiary. The former prison guard reflects on how he developed a unusual, relationship with one of the inmates that may be innocent. The inmate is John Coffey, an African- American man convicted of the rape and murder of two nine year old sisters. The prison guard...
  • Red Guards In Life And Death In Shanghai
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    The Cultural Revolution was started in October 1966. After the failures of previous political campaigns such as The Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution was created from the struggle of power between the Maoists and the opposing power from Liu Shao-chi and Deng Hsiao-ping. Encouraged by Mao and his wife Chiang Ching, young people and students were used as a political tool as they were most effect to Mao's question, "How can I make the Cultural Revolution spread everywhere in China?" The R...
  • Summary And Critique Of The Stanford Prison Experiment
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    The Stanford Prison Experiment of 1973 raises troubling questions about the ability of individuals to exist repressive or obedient roles, if the social setting requires these roles. Philip K. Zimbardo, professor of Psychology at Stanford University, began researching how prisoners and guards assume submissive and authoritarian roles. He set out to do this by placing advertisements in a local newspaper, stating that male college students would be needed for a study of prison life paying fifteen d...
  • Maximum Security Prisons Control Unit
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    It has been debated by human rights activists that life in today's prisons may be a form of cruel and unusual punishment. In many jails, prisons and juvenile detention centers, confined individuals suffer from physical maltreatment, excessive disciplinary sanctions and barley tolerable living conditions. These factors coupled with overcrowding, inmate violence and rape make life dangerous behind bars. Most of these problems are evident in our maximum security institutions. According to the Ameri...
  • News Article County Prison
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    Matthews starts off this article by explaining on how Lackawanna County Prison is at its low point. The author tells us that the prison is under investigation for alleging beatings of inmates at the prison. Matthews also writes in her article that seven members of the Pennsylvania Prison Society has visited the prison to interview 18 inmates who told the board of the alleged beatings at the Lackawanna County Prison. Matthews writes that certain people think that these allege beatings are not tru...
  • Perfect World Andy Prison Robbins
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    Andy Dufresne'S Search For A Perfect World Andy Dufresne'S Search For A Perfect World In The Shawshank Redemption  Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) is a wrongly convicted lawyer, serving time in the hell known as Shawshank Prison for the murder of his adulterous wife. Andy's life in prison starts off miserably. He finds maggots in his food, is regularly raped by "the Sisters', a group of prisoners who beat an rape other prisoners, and is threatened an harassed by the prison's guards. However,...
  • Beowulf Summary Basically Grendel Herot Hrothgar
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    Basically, the story of Beowulf is about a monster who is repetitively attacking a mead-hall called Herot. This monsters name is Grendel. At first, he comes up to the town only to find out what they? d do, and when the guards attack him, he laughs at their pitiful attempt and kills them. Grendel began visiting the hall at night, sneaking into the place and killing people in their sleep. The guards could do nothing to stop them, seeing as how every time they tried he would kill them. Eventually, ...