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  • Successful In The Needs Of Other Countries
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    Marshall Plan Throughout World War II, America and other large nations have been giving large amounts of money to help rebuild small countries, and get them on their "feet". The Marshall Plan today is now focused on building a global economy within many different and under developed countries. However the United States has been focusing on the Asian countries more so than the ones in their own backward. When I refer to our "backyard" I am speaking of Latin America. They too are an under privileg...
  • Motives Of American Imperialism America
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    The Motives of American Imperialism America was a growing nation throughout the Glided Age, the era referred to the decades from the 1870's to the 1890's where America struggled to battle corruption in a morally deteriorating society. Imperialism was a new way out of the corruption, and a way to turn America around. Growing into a leading nation, the United States hoped to further its international standing by emulating European nations that were expanding their influence throughout the world. D...
  • Oil Drilling
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    Alaskan Oil drilling: To drill or not to drill? For a drug addict to quit a drug, the best solutions for the addict would be to slowly wean them self off the drug periodically. America can be viewed in a parallel way on its dependency for oil. America needs another source of oil to slowly lessen its overwhelming dependency on foreign oil and to help the process of finding another mass energy source. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge better known as the ANWR is a rich treasure of oil and gas th...
  • Next Century For America
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    VOICE OF DEMOCRACY AMERICAS ROLE FOR THE NEXT CENTURY Americas role for the next century will be to stay economically stable. That will be no problem unless something disastrous will happen like another Stock Market crash or Nuclear Holocaust. America in the future also needs to increase peace to every nation in the world. America needs to get rid of all poverty and increase education. To stay economically stable, America needs to keep trade relations and keep wars out of our future. We need to ...
  • Year His Famous Kite Experiment
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    In his many careers as a printer, moralist, essay list, civic leader, scientist, inventor, statesman, diplomat, and philosopher, Benjamin Franklin Became both a spokesman and a model for the national character of later generations of Americans. After less than two years of formal schooling, Franklin was pressed into his father's trade. Atthe age of 16, Franklin wrote some pieces in a courant,'s i lence Dogwood. ' Though penniless and unknown, Franklin soon found a job as a printer. After a year ...
  • Help From America
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    America The Beautiful A terrible terrorist act was committed on American soil on September 11, 2001. Airplanes were hijacked, taken to important cities, and crashed into important buildings. This dreadful happening shocked all of America. Most are still in denial and grieving over the tragedy. It seemed that America was getting little support from other countries; unlike the support America gives many other nations when they are in trouble. One reporter from Canada, Gordon Sinclair, thought this...
  • American People America
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    Who Are We The American People America has been called a melting pot a term used to describe a country whose people come from diverse ethnic backgrounds. This, indeed, is true, and along with this ethnic diversity come prejudice, greed, and numerous forms of religion. America is a country full of politicians, millionaires, athletes, and underprivileged minorities. It is a country, some say, on the highway to hell, where religious values give way to lust, greed, and power. Even the President of t...
  • Strategic Interests Help America
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    Rj Scott class Mr. Wong February 14, 2003 American Imperialism Imperialism is the advocacy of extending the power and dominion of a nation especially by direct territorial acquisitions or by gaining indirect control over the political or economic life of other areas. This is how America came to be the most powerful nation, by eliminating racial discrimination. In the late Nineteenth Century, American imperialism was encouraged by interests, ideology, and strategic interests. Economic interests i...
  • Attack Against America
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    The tragedy of 9/11/01 shows the path America has been on. The loss of life should not have even happened. This idea that has been put forth by the anti-constitutional / anti -personal responsibility liberal left, that the government is the only one that can take care of us led to those tragic deaths. The American people have been programmed into believing that if a plane is hijacked that the government will negotiate and they will be safe. There is no negotiating with religious fanatics. The pa...

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