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  • Freedoms Other Third World Countries
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    The American Within! Many people believe that if you were born in a certain country you will be forever labeled as a citizen of that country for the rest of your natural born life. We as humans should be able to express ourselves freely without the risk of being harmed. Americans are not necessarily born they are created at heart. Unlike many other countries, America has established a separation between church and state to give everyone the choice of what they want to do with their life. I belie...
  • America's Finest Hours
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    I, AM FLAG OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA am the flag of the United States of America. My name is Old Glory. I fly atop the world's tallest buildings. I stand watch in America's halls of justice. I fly majestically over institutions of learning. I stand guard with power in the world. Look up at me and see me. I stand for peace, honor, truth and justice. I stand for freedom. I am confident. I am arrogant. I am proud. When I am flown with my fellow banners, my head is a little higher, my colors a lit...
  • Paraguay River
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    La historia del pa " is The first inhabitants of the Paraguay's land were the Indians. Guaranies conquered the land. The Guaranies were a Spanish-speaking nation. La Geo graf " ia Paraguay is located in Southern South America. Argentina is Southwest, Brazil on the east, and Bolivia on the Northwest surrounds the country. Paraguay has no mountain ranges, except the Andean foothills lie beyond the border of Paraguay. Paraguay has no coastal lines because it is inland. The country has many rivers. ...
  • Central America By The Spanish
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    Central America is a land bridge that connects North America to South America. Today, this area of the world is under major reconstruction. Its recent history is filled with civil wars, military dictatorships, and native uprisings. Though the recent economy has turned toward the better, the history of the economy in Central America has not been a fortunate. Poverty, disease, and discontent were common among the people living in this region. Many of the problems faced by these nations date back t...
  • America's Continental Empire
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    Building and Keeping a Continental Empire Alive There are five key ingredients in building a continental empire. A strong continental empire must be able to up-hold these five key things to survive. These five all important things are a strong central government; foreign policy, to deal with other countries; manifest destiny, to deal with matters of land; infrastructure, which deals with state business, transportation, and financial matters; and the ability to solve internal problems such as soc...
  • America From Other Countries
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    America the Unusual Imagine being a student of history in a foreign country. You are asked to write a paper on, The Land of Opportunity, or America. Better yet you are a visitor under a Visa. Either way you look at it you will come to the same conclusion. That America is a place like no other in this world. In America the Unusual by John W. Kindon, I will explain how the United States is different from the rest of the world, geographically, socially, governmentally, individually as well as other...
  • Racism In America In America
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    Racism In America In America there seems to be a major problem. It has hindered this country since America was founded. It has been used against Native Americans, Japanese, and Black Americans. The problem is racism. If this country wants to become truly great racism must be eliminated. Racism began when someone thought they were better than someone else. One source said", Racism began during the Enlightenment Period in Europe" (D'Sourza 87). Now organizations like the Ku Klux Klan and the Islam...
  • America Still Exist Does America
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    Does America Still Exist Does America still exist The author Richard Rodriguez believes that this question should be answered with urgency now. America is the country that is supposed to be the free, fun, brave and powerful. This country is so depressing to me because America is none of the following. The United States of America leads all countries in the world in death rate, teenage childbirth, drug and substance abuse, and violence. It's a shame, for a country so powerful to be so ill minded....
  • Tocqueville's Influence Alexis De
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    Alexis de Tocqueville's Influence Alexis de Tocqueville's observation of the American prison system brought out several interesting facts about America and how it governs itself. He talks of the danger of greed for money, the importance of forming associations, and the power of influence in town government. Although many of his observations have since changed, many of them bring about legitimate points about American government and society. In de Tocqueville's book Democracy in America, he is qu...
  • Being America
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    I think America was wrong in entering World War One, and I'll tell ya why. We (the United States as a whole) were being America centric... just trying to show that we have a bigger (missile) than all the other countries. If that wasn't the case, then we were just being the world's police by choosing the side we thought was just and suppressing the other; and if we thought we needed to retaliate for American deaths, we were wrong. America was not doing a good job of being neutral. It was trading ...
  • Land Of Opportunity Like America
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    America: The Land of Opportunity like America because there is opportunity here. I also like America because of our government that is a democratic government. In other tries, their government's are monarchies, or a dictatorship, or even authoritarian. Some countries are even capitalistic. Here we have the freedom to sell buy or trade anything that we want. Another reason that I like are country is that it is full of states. Many of the other counties don't have states. The privileges are vast b...
  • Result Of America's Involvement
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    The US involvement in Vietnam and The Philippines Introduction Ever since the "New Imperialist" era, the United States of America has become quite a large Neo-Imperialist power, particularly in The Philippines and also Vietnam. In order to understand this report the term Neo-Imperialism must be explained, this is when one country gives aid to another country in which the country that relieves aid becomes independent on the helping country. It is said that there is never any form of Neo-Imperiali...
  • Ireland And Immigrants From Ireland
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    Ireland One of the main reason me and my family came to America, was because we have been suffering The great Famine as you may call it, this was happening between the years of 1800 and 1845, there were approximately sixteen food crisis. Which was mostly caused due to the Wet harvest season. This season was responsible for about 40 percent of destroyed crops; enough to plunge the country in to a crisis. India helped us out but did not provide enough food for the tens of thousands of people who d...
  • America For The World's Problems
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    America bashing is not warranted in the world, it is based on loose facts that have been manipulated. America is blamed as the source of all the world's problems because it is seen as the most prominent country. Through the analysis of two works- Richard Neville's Oh Say, Can't You See? and Chris Middencorp's God Diss America- this paper will prove this to be the case. Richard Neville begins his argument for America bashing by citing George W. Bush's decision to renounce the Kyoto treaty as an e...
  • America
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    Eric Carlson Promoting America - an awesome challenge America, the country which I believe is still the land of opportunity, gives many benefits to its citizens, and sticks to all its own slogans. America has a democratic government "of the people for the people". I believe those words "of the people for the people" is the best words spoken from our forefathers. Those words mean we all as people no matter what, we are the pillars of America's constitution. America, has no official language which...
  • Nine Eleven The Whole Country
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    What is patriotism? Merriam-Webster defines patriotism as love for or devotion to one's country. "I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually", James Baldwin. "The notion that a radical is one who hates his country is na " ive and usually idiotic. He is, more likely, one who likes his country more than the rest of us, and is thus more disturbed than the rest of us when he sees it debauched. He is not a...
  • Film Guilty By Suspicion
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    Guilty by Suspicion, a Film of Turmoil. After watching the film Guilty by Suspicion and reading historical information about the same era: the Red Scare in the 1950's, I am beginning to be disgusted with our so-called perfect America. I know that this may be dissident, and some people may consider that I am jumping to conclusions, however, I am not going to adhere to the atrocious reality of what America has turned out to be on several occasions. The United States of America has been dubbed the ...
  • Franklin's Involvement And Washington's Isolation
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    Recently, the United States of America has entered a time when its foreign policy has been questioned more than ever. Benjamin Franklin and George Washington initially offered ideas and views as how to handle foreign affairs, Washington believed in isolation while Franklin advocated involvement. These two noble men held opposite positions on the issues regarding foreign relations. Yet, at one time or another, each of these positions have greatly influenced out country's foreign policy. Exploring...
  • Most Important Right An American Citizen
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    When asked what America means to me, I think about the positive aspects of this great nation. The thing that makes America distinct from all other countries is the rights that an American citizen has in America. American citizens probably have more rights than the citizens from any other country in the world. The most important right an American citizen has is freedom, a freedom that a citizen from no other country on the globe has. The second and probably the most important thought that comes t...
  • Better Things About America
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    My Experiences in America It all started when I got engaged with Pankaj, my husband. He is a Graduate student at Sam Houston Sate University. Because he was already in America, I was suppose to join him too after getting married. I had seen America in different Hindi movies. But what I imagined was entirely different than what America was, especially, Huntsville. My husband's uncle was financing his education and his wife was the one who came to receive us when our plane landed in Houston. She i...

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