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  • Society As Miss Havisham
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    The portrayal of society in Charles Dickens' Great Expectations is that of a symbol of contemporary British civilization, with Miss Havisham representing the epitome of such. By utilizing this particular character as the conduit between social body and physical body, the author successfully blends together the kinship inherent to these aspects of British life. Miss Havisham is instrumental in establishing the link between the traditional Victorian society and the manner in which women finally ga...
  • Great Man And A Great Man Johnson
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    Greatness of LBJ Many Presidents over the years have shown greatness through their leadership. Each has shown this in their individual way. It takes the ability to deal with whatever may come up, as far as politics are concerned, and handle it with care. Also it takes making a difference in society instead of just settling for the United States being ok as it is. The extra step that some take, separates the normal from the great. Lyndon B. Johnson was one of the Presidents who stood out by takin...
  • 1100 Ad The Cahokia Natives
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    Cahokia: The Great Civilization A great civilization once stood in what now is present day East St. Louis, Illinois. This civilization of Mound Builders, known as the Hopewell culture, consisted of advanced mathematicians and ingenious architects. Nobody knows for sure what the natives called their town; the French named the town Cahokia, which derived from the word Kaowikia, what came from the name of a village inhabited by a subgroup of the Illini tribe which they encountered in the late 1600'...
  • Real Need For Social Welfare Programs
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    Social Welfare is defined as being programs that are run by government to promote the well being of its citizens. Throughout the history of the United States Social Welfare programs have been subject to many changes, due to the changing philosophies of Us Citizens. During Colonial times Social Welfare needs were met primarily through mutual aid. The majority of people lived in farming communities. People in these communities lived in extended families. People generally worked together to support...
  • Johnson's Great Society
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    Lyndon B. Johnson's Great Society. Johnson initiated numerous economic programs which would collectively be identified as the "Great Society". The nation was in an economic decline and the Vietnam War toiled on the minds of the citizens. Johnson's intent in creating the Great Society was to lessen poverty by creating new jobs and strengthening areas of the economy which were weak. His war on poverty would, for all appearances, be successful. It would be a short-lived success, however. The Great ...

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