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  • My Experience With Math
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    This course had forced me to analyze the psychological effects one's negative thinking has in impacting the ability to embrace a situation that originally may be perceived as fear. My first obstacle with this course was to admit to myself that I had created my own fear of math. I had fully produced what I now view to be a huge challenge. The inevitable had finally arrived. I had postponed my taking this math class for close to ten years. I was now at age 29 sitting in a math class that I had avo...
  • Working Class
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    The Communist Manifesto The Communist Manifesto is too long to be a concise declaration of principles and too short to be a book. It is comprised of about 17,000 words including various introduction's by Friedrich Engels. It is arranged, basically, in four sections. The first section introduces the Marxian idea of history as a class struggle. It juxtaposes the conditions and development of various strata of society, 'freeman and slave, patrician and pleb ian, lord and serf... in a word, oppresso...
  • Upper And Middle Classes
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    CharlesDickens' novel, Hard Times, is a story of two struggles-the struggle of fact versus imagination and the struggle between two classes. It takes place in Coketown, and industrial-age English city. The novel is divided into two sections. One deals with the struggle of upper class members of society and their struggle to learn the value of imagination. The other involves a working class man who is trapped by those in that upper class who trap him in a dreary existence. Thomas Gradgrind, the f...
  • Every Class Struggle
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    Manifesto of the Communist Party Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels Bourgeois and Proletarians The bourgeoisie has torn away from the family its sentimental veil, and has reduced the family relation into a mere money relation. The bourgeoisie has stripped of its halo every occupation hitherto honored and looked up to with reverent awe. It has converted the physician, the lawyer, the priest, the poet, the man of science, into its paid wage laborers. In proportion as the bourgeoisie, i. e., capital, is...
  • Continuing Struggle And Farrington
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    2. Consider the character Farrington in "Counterparts" and expound upon his character and the social conditions that helped to create him. While it may be hard to like the characters that Joyce gives us in "The Dubliners", I believe you must view these characters with an eye focused upon the oppression of the Irish people and the subjugation of their culture and society by the ruling class of England. The Irish people have a long tradition of rebellion against their alleged English masters and t...

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