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  • America To Vladimir
    773 words
    Moscow On The Hudson The film, Moscow On The Hudson, brings the viewers to the height of the Cold War, during World War II. In the beginning, the movie is set in communist Russia, but it soon advances to democratic America. The Russians thought poorly of Americans, and constantly referred to them as "whores with disease". This film proves to Americans how fortunate they are to live in America, where freedom is not just an unapproachable dream, but is a way of life, a reality. Vladimir, the main ...
  • Honduras Culture
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    Honduras Located in middle Central America, Honduras is a tropical country named after the depth of the water along the northern border of the Caribbean Sea (Lexis Nexis). Nicaragua to the South and Guatemala and El Salvador to the West border Honduras. The climate in Honduras varies depending upon the region. Along the coast the weather is hot and dry, yet, in the mountain ranges it stays cool the whole year round. Honduras is the third poorest country in the world. There are few corporations, ...
  • People In Central America
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    Borders are concepts which encompass and exclude. They exist everywhere. Some are literal visible physical lines whereas others go beyond sight and exist in terms of characteristics such as monetary wealth, or even humanity. Over time these boundaries are redefined and in turn change the flow of daily life for the individuals they effect. In many cases it is the powerful governments which are in control of the pen which outline these symbolic and physical lines. However as history can prove even...
  • Parts Of South America
    442 words
    In Patagonia is one of the more interesting books that I've read lately. It's the only book that I know of that crosses the ives with archaeology. It is mainly a collection of Bruce Chatwin's logs and descriptions of his travels in the South American frontier in the late 70's and early 80's (during the Cold War), filled also with short stories and vignettes. Some of them are true, though some mix the facts with fiction. Chatwin leaves these stories hanging and ties most of them back together in ...
  • Lives Of The Mende People
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    "Who we are, is who we were", was the persuading point Atty. Baldwin states reaching into the hearts of the jurors. Telling a story about the intriguing life and life lost of the Mende people. Their ending up in America and the tragedy and violent cruel torture they endured not only on 'La Amistad", but also the treatment they received here in America. Who were these people? Why was it such an issue on whose "property" they were? The time was around 1854, and the progression toward the Civil War...
  • Live In America
    402 words
    President Coolidge: Although some people believe that we, as a country, don't have enough room for all these hard working immigrants, there comes a time when we need to realize the real basis of this country. We are all immigrants, in our own way, some of us may have been born here, but we do not all come from here. We all have ancestors that come from somewhere in Europe, or somewhere else. No one is a natural citizen except perhaps the Native Americans. To not grant someone entrance into our g...
  • Innocent American Lives
    507 words
    On Tuesday September 11, 2001 the unthinkable happened in America. The two World Trade Centers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington D. C were struck by airplanes that were hijacked by terrorists. This terrible tragedy killing many people had a deep impact on the whole nation. American citizens are grief stricken, left in fear, and full of revenge to the people who committed such an awful thing. I, along with many of my peers are confused on how a destruction so powerful could have tak...
  • Irish Potato Famine
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    In the early 1800's life in Ireland wasn't easy, Irish citizens got by day to day by farming and relying on the potato. The potato was their main source of food and money. With out the potato the Irish would have nothing. No one was prepared for what was about to happen in 1845, the beginning of the Great Irish Potato Famine. The Irish Potato Famine was the worst tragedy in the history of Ireland. The outcome of the famine would result in hundreds of thousands dead, an failure of the economy in ...
  • People Of The Early America
    658 words
    Everyone always talks about the early America, how it started the thinking of people today. Throughout this report you will understand more about early America. People always say America is a land of beginnings, well after Europeans discovered America, the New World became peoples hope for a new life. They tried to escape from poverty and just to start over. So we know that America started with hope but does the American writers? In order for something to begin there needs to have experiences. S...
  • Invention Of Telephones And Radios
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    Over the year's technology have affected America's identity. It has been a simple life living without technology. However technology brought many positive things to America. Technology helped America to travel, trade, and gives the lasts news. Technology was good to America. Living without technology was difficult. It was harder to get new around America because technology was so low. It was harder for the families to talk to each other or to even meet, because technology was invented yet. Not u...
  • Chinese In America
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    I had been dreaming of going to America for God knows how many years before finally came to this land. The various misfortunes in my life gave me a chance of being sent to America by my university only when I was about to be 40 years old. Thinking th at I would take the chance to root myself here, I went through a hasty experience of taking the GRE and TOEFL tests, sending my credentials everywhere and trying to get information from everywhere. For the past ten months I have been sitting in fron...
  • Result In The Destruction Of The World
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    Ignorance has been and always will be the cause of the destruction of lives, the planet and its resources, and anything that attempts to obstruct it. Ignorance is a disease which sadly is wide spread through out the world whether it's the Middle East, the Far East, or the West. The only cure for this plague is basing beliefs on actual facts not theories and having the strength to admit mistakes and following through on correcting short comings. The September 11th attacks on the world trade cente...
  • Most Positive Aspect Of America
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    America America. The land of opportunity, the country that beckons to so many people, calling to them with the promise of freedom to live their lives as they see fit. As our National Anthem states, the United States is the land of the free and the home of the brave. The motto of the United States, E Pluribus Unum, means from many, one. The United States has always been known as a melting pot, a place where people from many different cultures coming together to form a unified whole. America is th...
  • Americas Drive For Self Interest
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    Hegels theory of dialectic states that every society has a thesis, this thesis is the basis of what the society was built on, and is what makes it dominant or not. So, what has made America the dominant society in the twentieth century Hegels dialectic also states that every society has an antithesis, which is the opposite of the thesis and replaces it as the driving force behind the society. Which asks the question, what will be the antithesis to the American thesis Americas thesis is that of t...
  • Immigration To America
    570 words
    Although the hardship was seemingly hard to bear, the struggles and tragedies were worth it. America was known as the country of opportunity and hope, it was a chance to be part of a new society. Men and women, young and old, Frenchmen, Germans, Irishmen, Englishmen, Russians, and Jews, every one of them packed up their few belongings and set out for America, the land of freedom. All of these people were together, and not separated by the thick headed minds of kings Queens, Presidents, Politi ti...
  • Act Britney Spears
    458 words
    A long time ago North America was very different from the way it is today. There were no highways, cars, or cities. There were no schools, malls, or restaurants. But even long, long ago, there were still communities. A community is where a group of people work, live, and have fun together. People made their own homes, food, and clothing from the plants and animals they found around them. These first Americans descended, or came, from cave men in Asia. These were the first people to live in North...
  • America
    290 words
    From the time the U.S. first became a country, people from other countries were moving America. Many immigrants believed America was something great and special, but they soon learned what America was really about. Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan illustrates the American Experience through immigration and social acceptance. Majority of the people that live in the United States are not native to North America, which means we all came from somewhere out side of the U.S., although many native born citizen...
  • Rest Of Algonquin
    699 words
    What North American Native tribe had the biggest impact on North America? The Algonquin, of course. They introduced the words "canoe" and "toboggan" to the English language, they were the first to befriend the French, and spread out along the entire northeast region of North America. They were also one the northern most tribes, therefore making the way that they lived special. They even caused some of the French to accept their customs. No other North American Native tribe had this big of an imp...
  • America Handles Things
    347 words
    America, the land of the free many say and yes I will edit it is much better than any other country out there. I love the place where I live in many ways but I do not love the place where I live in many other ways. We live in a place that has a lot of problems and many people hate America for having these problems but does not every other country have problems also. I think America is handling all of our problems as best as they can. We could be like some for in countrys and just have a king or ...

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