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  • Americans And Many Other People
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    I am from Pakistan and I immigrated to the U. S about 5 years ago. I have noticed that Pakistan immigration is still going on till this day. People have heard how well people are doing in the U. S so they " ve applied for a visa and started immigrating. There are many unique contributions they " ve made and there are also a variety of reasons why they came. There was a war between Pakistan and Bangladesh. People lost their homes, money and stores. There was also a war between Pakistan and India ...
  • Views And Opinions Of Jane Fonda
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    Over the years, there have been multiple occasions in which the entertainment industry has stuck it's nose in places where it doesn't belong. Instead doing their job of providing the general public with music, movies, and television shows that will amuse them, and divert them from their normal everyday life, people in Hollywood are using their status of high respect to influence others political views. In August of 1972, as the Vietnam War was winding down, Jane Fonda visited North Vietnam. Whil...
  • Wu's View On Diversity Frank Wu
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    Wu's View on Diversity Frank Wu is an Asian-American student attending graduate school at the university of Michigan. This country is still weary of people who look or talk in a different way than the norm. Although Wu has lived his whole life in the U.S. A many people cannot believe that he is truly American, they feel that he must simply be a foreigner seeking a better education in the U.S. The United States is often referred to as the great melting pot. This particular expression refers to th...
  • Types Of People
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    On Dorothy Chin's The Internet Encourages Isolation, I feel that the writer is biased, and her argument to be primarily based on her own social insecurities in dealing with the Internet. The writer begins with an anecdote of a 4-year old girl with a racist stereotype of dark people. Chin believes that the reason for the child's reaction to dark people is due to faulty reasoning, in hand with limited experience of people of different ethnicity. Chin explains that since the child is young, within ...
  • Item Like The Carved Lion
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    The World Today In the short story, "The Train From Rhodesia", there are many different ideas and symbols hidden to get the reader's interpretation of the story, as well as to get a wide variety of interpretations so the story appeals to more people. This way the people who read the story, can get more out of it by forming their own opinions of the reading that is not clearly stated. Therefore, the readers get to draw their own conclusion from the story, and discover why the author wrote it the ...
  • Great Hardships For Many Other People
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    Wealth of the United States There is a problem in the United States that is growing and is causing issues in our country, but not everybody knows about it. The problem is the distribution of wealth in our society and the world as a whole, and how it is getting worse. Some people would say that it is an inequality due to the needs of the society, while others would say it is to the needs or individuals. This causes even more problems because of there being more than one supposed reason for the is...
  • Ad On The Traffic Light
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    Speech is not just someone's written or voiced opinions but it is also the way that person tries to express his or her ideas or believes using other meanings. Gestures, signs, paintings, photos, etc... are different forms of speech. Our government guarantees free speech but not that anyone can make speech at any time, at any place, and talk about anything. Then this country could be an awful place to live. Imagine that loud noise from speakers and sub woofers from cars that are driven through yo...
  • Blacks And Whites Public And Private Lives
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    In "Down at the Cross", James Baldwin stresses the idea that regardless of race or culture, people are human beings and should be treated equally. Baldwin criticizes racial issues. Baldwin talks about how whites and blacks don't understand each other because both have insecurities, fears, and prejudices within their own culture that they can't understand each other. Baldwin proposes the idea that "people can renew themselves at the fountain of their own lives" (54). This process of renewal means...
  • Rainforest Resources
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    Why is the most powerful and bio actively diverse natural phenomenon on the planet being destroyed Rainforest are being destroyed worldwide just to profit small or large businesses. Wether it's for lumber, animals, or natural resources, it's severely hurting the planet just as much as it's hurting the people that live on earth. In addition, not many people even know what the rainforest is about! The rainforest are one of the earths most precious commodities, and should preserved rather than viol...
  • Chinese People
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    Commentary on China The press in China has come a long way since the CCP took over the Chinese government in 1949 and it will continue to expand it's freedom as we go into the 21st century. They were denied the right of freedom of speech and freedom of the press for all those years, that now the Chinese people have a hunger for information and knowledge of other countries culture and industrialization. They may have had a little set back in 1989 when the Tiananmen Square demonstration broke out ...
  • Family Deals With Minor Problems
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    The book Ordinary People explains the troubles that occur in a typical American family. The family, the Jarrett, tries to maintain as much as a normal life as possible without a dysfunctional status. In the beginning of the story, the family deals with minor problems that had little impact to them. Since they had just moved to a new house in a new neighborhood, they try to establish relationships with other neighbors. Their son, Conrad, faces depression in which he must recover from through freq...
  • The Other Girls
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    The Crucible The Crucible is a play written by Arthur Miller. It is about a time of everyday people who use lying as a weapon while saying they are pure and religious. This story is a prime example of how people will do anything to get what they want, even if it means hurting other people. This story is about a handful of girls who use other people to save themselves. These girls were caught dancing around a fire and what seemed to be a magic brew. Although these girls were doing nothing wrong t...
  • Children's Minds To Our Ever Changing Culture
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    Attitudes As American Citizens, it is our duty to treat all others with respect. America was created as a melting pot and has been since its creation. It is our duty to be open minded and to work with and around all other people, at least on the surface. Some people, regretfully, are unable to see others pleasantly even if they don t enjoy them and deal with other races and groups. No matter what is done, individuals will still create stereotypes about other groups, but to work and function in o...
  • Private Motives Of Mr Putnam Show
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    Is Vengeance Enough You are pulling Heaven down and raising up a whore! (Pg. 50). This quote shows how someone's private motives for something, can have consequences on other people's lives. In The Crucible by Arthur Miller many people use their vengeance against their friends to get what they want. Abigail William's, Reverend Paris, and Mr. Putnam do this by lying to the court and casting their nab or's to death. Don t lie, she comes to me while I sleep; she's always making me dream corruption'...
  • Alyona's Possessions To People Of Need
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    Is it possible to say that if, by using Alyona's wealth, hundreds or thousands of lives could be put "on the right path", or dozens of families rescued, then it would be okay to murder Alyona? One point of view would argue that one death for hundreds or thousands of lives is fair. Others would argue that the murder should never happen. I believe that the murder of Alyona was unfair and unjust. Alyona, a pawnbroker, never did anything to harm anyone. She traded and sold her goods with other peopl...
  • Gwendolen And Cecily From The Play
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    When people meet each other, they really do not know that much about the other person. It is human nature to judge a person with the facts that are initially presented about the individual, such as appearance and attitude. In this way, people develop images about others that may not necessarily be true. They see the differences in one another before the similarities because differences are foreign and stand out. Two people who really do not get along at first may actually be quite similar and co...
  • The Crucible Hysteria And Suspicion
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    In "The Crucible" fear was what led to hypocrisy and hysteria among other things. In the Salem Witch Trials, fear had some horrible effects. People were hung based on unstable evidence and many lives were ruined. Even in today's society, fear affects us in negative ways. Fear can cause people to act in ways that they never would otherwise. It is a human trait that can lead to hysteria and rash acts, as is shown in "The Crucible". Fear is a feeling of anxiety and agitation caused by the presence ...
  • Liberties Of The Persons Assaulting Other's Freedoms
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    Hitler is one of the most evil, if not the most evil man in history. His ideas of genocide and leadership were well thought out but devastating to the entire world. Hitler is an excellent example of an enemy of liberty. Enemies of liberty do not begin by committing atrocities; they begin by developing a mindset throughout society that includes taking away people's liberties. To do this they speak out and feed on the weak minded or people who feel betrayed by society to gain power and backing fro...
  • The Experiences Of Other People
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    American Literature American Literature: American Literature Essay, Research Paper American Literature: Its importance on Society and Our Lives The most influential invention of the history of mankind is that of the printing press. With its invention, people were awaking to the world around them. The printing press enabled people to learn of events in other parts of the world in the comfort of their own home. But with the rise in technology we no longer relay on this form of medium to get the ne...
  • Lovers And Acquaintances Move
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    Bits and Piece People important to yo and unimportant to you Cross your life, touch i with love and carelessness And move on. There are people who leave you And you breathe a sigh of relief and Wonder why you ever came i contact with them. There are people who leave you And you breathe a sigh of memorieand Wonder why they had to go awa and Leave such a gaping hole. Children leave parents, friend leave friends, Lovers leave lovers and acquaintances move on. People change homes. People gro apart. ...

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