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  • American Government And Woodrow Wilson
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    The questions that need to be answered are complex. Shall the United States declare war and be the great and mighty defender of all nations As a super power to we have an obligation to rid the world of hierarchies and tyrannical governmental systems Or, should we focus on our internal problems on the homefront, ensuring that the freedom is ensured for all Americans before prancing the world in an attempt to save other nations The differing viewpoints of President Wilson, as evidenced in his spee...
  • Twin Towers
    384 words
    Tuesday, September 11, 2001 started out as a normal day. As most of New York was heading out to work or already there, nobody was thinking of the great tragedy that would take place that morning. At about 8: 54 a. m, a commercial airliner crashed into one of the twin towers. About 18 minutes later another commercial airliner crashed into the other twin tower. Later both towers came crashing down. Thousands of people are feared to be dead. Right after this happened it was learned that the two air...
  • World War
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    Our Eldest Brother George Orwell's infamous "Big Brother" has infected the minds of every one of the millions of readers of 1984. But this horrific view of the future, one in which the government knows everything, keeps the low class down as an economic necessity, and wages a constant war with another of the world's powers, was only in Orwell's imagination... wasn't it In today's world of hi-tech computers, video cameras, and television, the government, along with any other agency with the right...
  • Paul And His Classmates
    1,900 words
    In nearly every culture, certain distinctions exist which elevate particular members of society above others. These distinctions may be based upon age, wisdom, ancestry, gender or profession, but more often than not, class lines seem to be drawn on the basis of wealth. While the existence of these status groups may be harmless, when prejudice prevents the movement of individuals or social groups between and within classes, valuable human resources are being put to waste. This issue was of concer...
  • Loss Of Many Soldier's Lives
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    The First World War was the first modern war, fought with such technological advances as aircraft and more potent gun power. There were many social aspects which contributed to the course of the war on the front lines, and which affected the way the war was viewed at home. Class relations, women's new and changing roles, and race were all major contributors. One of the strongest social forces that affected almost every aspect of the war both at home and on the battlefield was class. With regard ...

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