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  • Desire For Limitations On Their Freedom
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    Desire for Freedom and Desire for Limitations on Freedom People have the desire for freedom as well as a desire for limitations on their freedom. Freedom and the limitations on freedom are both needed to live peacefully. Absolute freedom cannot be achieved because when you take away limitations you take away a freedom. With out rules governing our society, people would be able to do what they want to each other with out fear of punishment. An examination of the advantages and disadvantages of bo...
  • We Losing Our Freedom Many People
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    Are We Losing Our Freedom Many people today feel that living in America has more privileges than living anywhere else. But do we have enough freedom here in the United States Many people can argue on their outlook on freedom. I personally feel that we are given many opportunities then other people in the world. But there are people who would beg to differ. An example would be a non-smoking restaurant. A smoker would feel that they are taking away their freedom to smoke. But a non-smoker would fe...
  • Your Freedom
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    With freedom comes great responsibility. This saying has been heard by generations of kids and has been said by generations of parents. Unfortunately people today don't seem to be responsible in certain things they do. You see things in media today that make you wonder when you draw the line on things you say and do. William Golding the author of Lord of The Flies conveys this thought in the story of the boys stuck on the island where they have complete freedom to do whatever they want to do. Th...
  • People's Individual Rights And Freedoms
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    Freedom and Rights How would you feel if your individual rights and freedoms were stripped from you during a national crisis? In many countries, the people's individual rights and freedoms are supposed to be protected by the government. But, in some cases, those individual rights and freedoms were taken away from the people during a national crisis. Some examples of these actions are Hitler overtaking complete control over Germany and outlying country's, the Japanese internment during WWII, and ...
  • Freedom Of Some Other Group Of Individuals
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    Definition of War: Sherman's Hell The term "war" is one that most competent English speaking people are familiar with, and it is one that most of those same people could attempt to define. The only problem lies in the definition that one would receive. War is so complex and multifaceted that it is truly understood by only a few people. Wars date far back into history, and they have been fought for more reasons than could be listed. It seems strange, but untimalely, they are fought for one reason...
  • People Their Basic Rights And Freedom
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    Communism People all over the world look to the United States for the latest trends, fashions, and technology. The United States have set all these standards during the majority of the last century, by being a government that represents freedom. All over the world people who were trapped in Communist governments hope that one day they too can be as fortunate as the people living in America; to them this freedom is part of their American Dream. The world during most of this and last century was r...
  • Our Own Definition Of Freedom
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    The Oxford English Dictionary defines freedom as "The state of being able to act without hindrance or restraint, liberty of action". More often than not, people do not take the time to realize all of the freedoms in existence around the world today. Take a moment and realize the importance of freedom based upon the many struggles today and in the past for this ideal. Many major campaigns, wars, and conflicts have been driven by the conquest for freedom. The definition of freedom can be explained...
  • Huxley's World The Government
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    When the skunk becomes scared, he releases an offensive odor to impede the progress of the person or thing. Many authors use much of the same idea to combat what they dislike or worry about. In this case, yet another writer has used the idea of having a perfect or Utopian society to contrast it with his / her own world. Aldous Huxley, the author of Brave New World, saw in his own society that the amount of freedom was being diminished and so he created a society in which the inhabitants had virt...
  • Our Canadian Soldiers
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    Remembrance Day On November 11th, Canadians all across the country stop to remember all of the men who died and suffered in war. The veterans were not the only ones who suffered, for war has no respect for age or sex. Mothers and siblings suffered. Each family dreaded a telegraph boy showing up at their door, for it meant only two things- injury or death. People knew their freedom was in jeopardy and they were prepared to fight and die for it. Freedom does not give anyone the right to call anoth...
  • China People
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    Dany Magid I have met a chineese friend named Haining Zhong. While he was introducing himself to me i realized that, even though we both live in a free country, his freedom is much stronger than mine. The principal reason for this major difference between us, is the addiction to the technology advances. The previous generation in Brazil entertained themselves with various kind of entertainment. People used to play soccer on the streets, they used to swim on the river, to ride bikes and so on. Th...
  • Caged Bird As A Metaphor
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    Empathy or Sympathy Paul Laurence Dunbar was an African - American whose poetry inspired by the struggles of his people. Although Dunbar had no direct experience of slavery, he believed African Americans continued to be treated as second-class citizens. Their freedom was limited due to their skin color. Dunbar tried to express his feelings of sorrow. He craved freedom and the ability to live like other groups of people. In order to share his sorrow and sadness Dunbar wrote poems. In this poem th...
  • First Amendment And Freedom Of Speech
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    Freedom of speech is perhaps the most important right that we have in the United States. Since the constitution passed the First Amendment, freedom of speech gives everyone in the country the right to express their opinions as they see fit. However, according to New 2002! State of the First Amendment! survey suggests many Americans see freedoms as obstacles in war on terror, ! +/-for the fist time in the annual State of the First Amendment survey, almost half (49%) of those surveyed said the Fir...
  • People Angry And Drive People
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    The United States has, since it's founding, been a capitalistic society and its citizens have always been frightened of proponents of other -isms such as communism and socialism. This political climate made it difficult for socialists, such as John Steinbeck, to become popular writers. His book, Grapes of Wrath, was popular because, instead of promoting Socialist philosophies, he showed the faults of Capitalism. Steinbeck portrayed in his work his perceived faults of capitalism: It's ability to ...

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