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  • Amy's Mother
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    WELFARE STATE- A social system whereby the state assumes primary responsibility for the welfare of its citizens. It was created by FDR during the New Deal. TRADITIONAL ECONOMY-It's a characteristic of society. Societies that produce tradition in the old fashioned way where the son inherits the job that the father had. It's harder for that economy to modernize when people are fixed in certain roles and traditional occupations. NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT-In 1935, guaranteed workers the right to ...
  • Christopher And Peter Hitchens
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    Look who's talking There is always something terribly nostalgic about the sight of Christopher Hitchens - The Hitch - on one of his periodic forays to London. You would think that 20 years living in the States would have smoothed him down, tidied him up, but no - he still dresses like a scruff and talks like a toff, he still chain smokes and drinks far too much, he still orders vast meals and fails to eat them. He is one of the few remaining practitioners of the five-hour, two-bottle lunch. I kn...
  • Amy's Bread
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    Amy's Bread was founded in 1992, served about 50 wholesale customers in Manhattan. (25-1). Amy's Bread was located in a highly competitive business area, but this did stop her from pursing her passion and doing what she loved, bake! She always had ideas and dreams of opening her own bakery. But only one thing stood in her way after her bakery was opened. Demand! There was high demand and she could not do what she truly wanted because of space. She needed a larger place or a different technique t...
  • Amy And Frank's Affairs
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    The Burning House, written by Ann Beattie, centers around a narrator, Amy, her relationship with her husband, Frank, and to a lesser degree Amy's interactions with and insights to Frank's half brother, Fred, along with two of their closest friends, JD and Tucker. Amy and Frank are having a dinner party with Freddy, Tucker and JD as guests. They are all frequent visitors. As the dinner party progresses, it becomes apparent that there is tension or at least something not quite right between Frank ...
  • Amy Mother
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    In Amy Tan's "Two Kinds", the piano lessons served a different purpose for each person in the story. The significance differed in Amy as a child, Amy's mother, and Amy as a grown woman. As a child, Amy felt she was being made into be something she was not. For her, the piano lessons signified her imperfection. "In all my imaginings, I was filled with a sense that I would soon become perfect. My mother and father would adore me" (500). She longed to be that perfect child her mother could love and...
  • Development Of The Color Game
    420 words
    Summary The book deals with the Japanese girl Amy, whose boyfriend Adam is an affluent white boy. The story shows the conflict between different classes and races. At school Amy and Adam have to stay faithful to each other while their class play the color game. Everybody gets a different color that symbolizes a special rank in society. Some pupils have the jobs of the police, who takes care that everybody observe the rules and have to punish them for disobedience. It is hard for many because the...

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