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  • King's Letter
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    There are times throughout the history of the United States when its citizens have felt the need to revolt against the government. Two such cases occurred during the time of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Henry David Thoreau. Both men courageously confronted the mighty us government; both spent time in jail as a result of their defiant actions; both men stood for a belief in a better future, and both presented their dreams through non-violent protest and civil disobedience. The similarities in t...
  • Justice And Equality
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    Locke: Is This True Justice? Justice is responsible for making sure the country is taken care of and that all dangers or problems be taken care of as well. It is essential that the citizens be treated equally, and they all get the freedom to share what they think. Justice can never be served without equality and freedom involved, or problems will arise. Locke fits the idea of justice the best out of the three (Locke, Hammurabi, Machiavelli). One of the things he said was 'government exists to pr...
  • Support From The Lower And Middle Classes
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    Totalitarian Governments use the people in a total movement to achieve a goal. When this goal is finally met, the government finds a new goal to strive for to keep the population in check. This type of government sprang up during the 1930's in Europe and Asia. Totalitarianism came into being for many reasons: class struggle, nationalism, and a need for a better way of life. However the biggest reason that totalitarian government came into play was because of the Great Depression. Three nations i...
  • Use Of Numbers
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    The Repressive Governments of Zamiatin's We and Orwell's 1984 Benjamin Bulloch Outline: Thesis: Both Zamiatin's We and Orwell's 1984 have governments that repress actions and thoughts through the use of physical and psychological force. I. Intro. II. We's Government's Use of Psychological ForceA. Number system. Sexual Registration. 1984's Governments Use of Psychological ForceA. Newspeak. Doublethink IV. Both Government's Use of Physical ForceA. Torture of Winston. Operation On Fancy. Conclusion...
  • Governments Use Propoganda
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    How and when is porpoganda used in foreign policy Propoganda is an instrument of policy that governments use to influence a particular group, therefore making that group think what they want them to think, do what they want them to do etc. Although the use of propoganda greatly increased during the twentieth century through the use of mass media (especially through the invention of radio and television) it is not a new phenomenon. Propoganda earliest use was in used connection with religous miss...
  • Legitimate Violence
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    "The state is an organization of violence, a monopoly in what it is pleased to call legitimate violence (Gardner, 119)". This excerpt from John Gardner's Grendel shows one of the many issues he deals with in his satire of man, and that is the issue of the use of violence in society. Gardner shows this throughout the book, but most prominently in chapter eight, in which we learn of the arrival of Hrothulf, Hrothgar's nephew, at He rot. Hrothgar recognizes the evil in Hrothgar's kingdom. He discus...
  • Australias Government Policies
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    "What economic tools does the government use to manage the economy and carry out economic functions Outline how the government carries out these functions and discuss some of the constraints the government faces in performing these functions". The government performs many different tasks and functions in the economy and management of the economy. The government has a variety of tools, which are used in the management of the economy, but along with these tools, constraints are often placed on the...
  • Half Of The Income
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    Two strong earthquakes shook a remote desert region of north-western China, killing at least four people and seriously injuring eight others, the government said Sunday. Local officials reported collapsed houses and scores of minor aftershocks. The quakes -- with magnitudes 6.1 and 5.8 -- hit Gansu province at 8.41 and 8.48 pm (1241 and 1248 GMT) on Saturday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported from Lanzhou, the provincial capital. It said another 17 people suffered minor injuries. Gansu's ...
  • Watching Eyes Of The Controlling Government
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    Critical Review of 1984 By George Orwell 1984 by George Orwell is a story of a man's struggle against a totalitarians tic government that controls the ideas and thoughts of its citizens. They use advanced mind reading techniques to discover thoughts of the people and punish those who show signs of rebellion against the government. The novel is supposed to be a prophetic story, however, it was somewhat wrong in the date. Although some of the things described in the book are going on today, severa...
  • Our Social Security Number
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    I hope it will never be as bad as it was in 1984 In 1948 Eric Blair, better known as George Orwell, wrote a book with chilling insights into the future, 1984. In that book he describes in detail how the government of Oceania manipulated the truth and regulated feelings and thoughts. An irrational future for society, perhaps not even today in the media there are ways of lying to us and making us think what they want by showing us what they want us to see. In 1984, Thought Police watch the people ...

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