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  • Angeles Arrien Cultural Diversity
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    Market size and Growth The perspective size of the market is based on the number of schools that will potentially allow our organization to teach their students. There are only 13 states in which financial education is required or offered which leaves us with a large potential to spread financial education to 37 other states as well as better cater to the school systems who already have a finance program. This is our key to market growth and ultimately market potential. Since the fall 2001 68.5 ...
  • My First Class At Cis
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    ... : : CIS Snapshot: : ... When I think of CIS one thing always comes to mind. My first day. No, not my first day this year. The day I'm referring to was the first time I ever came to CIS last year. Near completion of the Danish "Folk Sole" you have to choose and apply to various "Gymnasiums" much like applying for university after high school in the states. One of the schools I wanted to attend was CIS. I asked my supervisor if she couldn't arrange a day where I could go to CIS and see what th...
  • People In A Class Structure
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    A person's class status can be harder to identify than race or ethnic differences. However, I believe class status an important indicator about what kind of opportunities lie ahead for people in various class systems, although, I don't necessarily agree with the current class structure. Class places people into a type of structure which goes against the principal belief "that in America all are created equal", or that even the poorest child can become President some day if he or she applies him ...
  • Upper One Percent Of The American Population
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    Equality Is Only a Concept In America We as American citizens are taught by the Declaration of Independence that All men are created equal. (Irish, 748). [is this the ideal opening sentence] Through this ideal, we infer that we each have an equal opportunity to live The American Dream by acquiring wealth and power by paying our dues and working hard. [P may want to excise Equal since the point of the paper is that there is no equality for American dream.] Unfortunately this is a myth. The majori...
  • Mary Barton By Elizabeth Gaskell Mary Barton
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    Mary Barton by Elizabeth Gaskell Mary Barton, a historical novel written by Elizabeth Gaskell, focuses on the trials and tribulations of the 19th century working class. Mary, a hardworking yet dainty young woman, serves as a looking glass by which the pain and pathos of her time is magnified tenfold. Through Mary, the reader gains an unsurmounted knowledge of social problems which presided over everyday life in 19th century England. Although the twisted love story and murder plot sometimes take ...
  • Wealth And Social Privilege
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    Privilege & Justice Privilege, like a beautiful gift, comes in many shapes and sizes. The value of a privilege is infinite depending on who the recipient is. The privilege of luxury bestowed upon a wealthy person may not be as greatly cherished as the privilege of health insurance given to a person of a lower economic class. In our world today, privilege is dispersed in many forms and among many social classes. However, privilege seems to favor the wealthy as they seem to promote from within the...
  • Third Class Passengers Naturally Captain Smith
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    Walter Lord's A Night To Remember By Chad Chewier The novel A Night To Remember by Walter Lord is about the well-known disaster that claimed the lives of over 1,500 people. The book was written in 1955, but the famous collision occurred on April 14, 1912 at 11: 40 p.m. This story takes place on the ship and on its many decks, sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. The Novel has not one main character. This is a story about lower class passengers that were not only victims of a disastrous sea strateg...
  • Njrotc Cadets
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    The NJROTC, or Naval Junior Recruit Officer Training Corpse, is built not only to teach high school students about the navy but also allows student to become our great leaders of the future. In NJROTC cadets are asked to live up to very high standards because those students in NJROTC are thought of as the best of the best and are at that school to represent the military way of life. In this program I have learned three traits that will help me better myself not only in the future but in the day ...
  • Power Over The Lower Classes
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    Karl Marx was the father of laissez-faire which means the survival of the fittest. Those who develop the most complex of societies, those with the most money and power are considered the fittest and have "triumphed" over the inferior. This occurs in order for society to move forward and create a work ethic for members of the working class to follow. This may only occur for members of the dominant group. Those who are non-white and non-male may not experience the same benefits. Poverty a sign of ...
  • Interests Of The Proletariat As A Class
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    The Communist Manifesto opens with the famous words 'The history of all hitherto societies has been the history of class struggles". In section 1, 'Bourgeois and Proletarians,' Marx delineates his vision of history, focusing on the development and eventual destruction of the bourgeoisie, the middle class. Before the bourgeoisie rose to prominence, society was organized according to a feudal order run by aristocratic landowners and corporate guilds. With the discovery of America and the subsequen...
  • Class And A Pleased Teacher
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    The blood curdling screams of torture echoed prosaically through the hallways from the IMC (Individuality Mutilation Center). Chad adjusted the collar to his Polo shirt that had been issued by the school within the last week. Student's sat apathetically indifferent to the pleas, hardly even noticing that one was even in pain. He looked askance ly to see eyes intently focused on the chalkboard. A subtle, cold sweat formed on his brow. Why had the scream alerted him "May I please use the lavatory,...
  • Mrs Birling Middle Class Woman
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    TASK 2 An Inspector Calls, by J.B. Priestly, is the story of the visit by an Inspector to an apparently normal family, the Birlings. They are celebrating Sheila Birling's engagement to Gerald Croft, who is also present, when the Inspector arrives telling them of the suicide of a young girl called Eva Smith. At first they deny any knowledge of the girl, but as the play goes on the Inspector manages to show that they all helped kill her. An Inspector Calls confronts the decay of the British class ...
  • Nation Into Its Destruction
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    "The "Struggle" of the American Working Class is an ever increasing abyss that if not addressed will send this nation into its destruction. In this nation today we find a government run amok. We have let unregulated capitalism take control of our every right to stand up and make a difference. Those whom have materialized at our expense should be delt with in the most severe way. Not only are they guilty of outright manipulation of our rights set forth in our Constitution, but have made it a habi...
  • Courtesans In The Italian Renaissance Prostitution
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    Independent Women: Courtesans In The Italian Renaissance Independent Women: Courtesans In The Italian Renaissance Prostitution is normally thought of as anyone who sells his or her body for money. In this century, no distinction is put on the class level of the prostitute or on how much or how little he or she earns, they are still considered just a common prostitute. This was not true of 16th century Italy, though. In this age, prostitution was a legal business and class lines were of great imp...

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