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  • Anti Rightist Movement Attempts
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    The Chinese Intelligentsia during the Hundred Flowers and Anti-rightist Movement After the coming to power of the CCP and the formation of the People's Republic of China, thorough and drastic changes began to take place in China. A country which had been founded on a mixture of Confucianism and a very spiritual lifestyle, with ancestor worship and even praying to the god of a particular object, which had went through various revolutions and changing's of the guard, began to follow the influence ...
  • Li'l Red And Vonica
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    Little Red Riding Hoodlum There is a teenager named little red riding hoodlum. If this girl sounds familiar, you guessed it right. She was formerly known as Little Red Riding Hood, until she turned to the life of crime. Right now she is paying for the trauma the wolf caused her. She is now in Utah State Youth Rehabilitation Center. I'll tell you the part of the story they left out at the end that made it a fairy tale. After the woodcutter killed the wolf, the wolf's brother was furious, so he ki...
  • Soft Positional Bargainer
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    The method of principled negotiation provides an alternative which combines both hard and soft ways and look into issues based on their merits. It is a method hard on merits while soft on people. It also helps the negotiator acquire what he is entitled to in a fair manner and at the same time prevents unnecessary exploitations. There are four basic points to the method: Firstly, to separate the people from the problem, secondly, to focus on interests and not positions, thirdly, to generate a var...
  • Party Citizens And Proles
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    1984: Summary Nineteen eighty four is a tale of future society, a society in which independent thinking is a crime punishable by death. This is also a society who's leaders are self serving and don't set their goals for the common good by which all of the society will benefit. The party doesn't need to justify its selfish ways because it holds all of the power. The symbol of the party was Big Brother. The idealism of blind loyalty was embodied in this symbol. It was the centre of control. The Pa...
  • History Of Apartheid In South Africa Apartheid
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    The History of Apartheid in South Africa Apartheid was a system employed by the dominantly white government that held the people of Africa apart for over half a century, and is only now being uplifted. It literally means 'apartness', and that states a lot about the system itself. The basis of it was to classify all the different people of Africa into races - of which there were four basic ones: White (European and Caucasian), Black (any native African), Indian (Pakistani and Indian) and Coloured...
  • Thoughts Against The Party
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    1984 was written by George Orwell about a grim future in which people are controlled by a party known as the brotherhood which is led by Big Brother. The background of the story is that nuclear war has ravaged the earth and three superpowers have arisen out of the rubble, Oceania, Eurasia, and East asia, all of which are at war with each other. The leading party in Oceania, where the story take place, exerts and maintains its power through such techniques as the Spies, a youth group that encoura...
  • Calendar In The Brave New World Society
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    The books Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley, and 1984, by George Orwell, are alike because they have comparable organizations. By using brainwashing techniques, censorship, and the obliteration of history, the leaders in Brave New World and 1984 control the thoughts and recollections of the people in their societies. Without using these techniques, the societies being controlled could not exist, because the people would not be disciplined like they needed to be. The citizens in these societies a...
  • Party's Exploitation Of The Truths
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    1984 Truth In George Orwell's "1984" society is manipulated and guided by an organization called the Party and an anonymous figure named Big Brother, who is used as God. One of the main aspects the Party controls is truth or tries to control is truths in the society and the truth in the minds of the individual themselves. The Party creates what they want to be true to make the individuals ignorant so they can manipulate them easier. This twist of the truth by the Party makes it seem like truth d...
  • People Hate Kandy Kids
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    What is it about kandy kids that everyone finds so annoying? Like a lot of people, when I was first introduced to the scene I chose to be kandy. I found these cute, fuzzy, happy kids to be the greatest people ever. While I felt like everyone else was angry at me for being a new 'raver', these kids were more than happy to welcome me with a smile and a hug. How could I NOT want to be like them? I was terrified of my first party; the loud music, the mean looking people always bumping into you, and ...
  • Sober Guy At A College Party
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    Two Kinds of People on Campus: Party Animal and The Sober Guy In college there are two kinds of people, the party animal, and The sober guy. The sober guy stays out of trouble, studies hard, and sometimes keeps to himself. The party animal studies (most of the time), never avoids trouble, and socializes. A party animal is always at the party, in line for the keg. He usually shows up early and party's too late. Rarely would one see the sober guy at a college party. The party animal never cares ab...
  • Party With Alcohol
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    Do you go out a lot What do you look for at a good party The answers to these questions could help you decide if a party with alcohol or one with out would better suit you. These are the two main types of parties with the two main groups of party goers at each one. Each set of people have different motives, techniques on how to party good, and different places to go, which is why it is rare to see the two groups party together and really enjoy themselves. A party with alcohol is different compar...
  • Gatsby's Parties And The Wealth
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    The Two Faces of Gatsby's Parties During the 1920's, everyone is making easy money off the stock market and lives their lives to the fullest potential. The decade, also known as the Jazz Age, brings a lot of glamour into many households; one of which belongs to Jay Gatsby. In the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby shows his wealth by arranging humongous parties every so often. At these parties most of the people who are in attendance are uninvited, but at the same time are als...
  • Love For The Party
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    George Orwell's 1984 takes place in Oceania, a country ruled by English Socialism (Ing soc) and an all-powerful organization known as the Party. For most people, there is an inadequate supply of goods, and everything is ugly and tastes horrible. Winston, the main character, constantly wonders if the past was better. In the society he lives in, there is no love, trust, or friendship. Although these people live in a world like this, revolt is impossible because man is no longer human. An example o...
  • Very Normal Part Of A Party
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    Planning a Party The process of planning a party takes a lot of time and focus to get every detail covered. First of all, you must decide where you will have the party, maybe a club house or your own home. When you have that decided then there are several other steps you must take in order for your party to be successful. You have decided on a location, and now it is time to make a list of the people who will be attending. Make a list of everyone you want to attend and do not forget their family...
  • Extreme Right Before The Fn
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    Le Pen's Extreme Right and the development of it's electorate. In this essay I will be looking at the Extreme Right and how through the years the FN (Front National) has managed to become the leading and most popular party of the far right in France. I will also be looking at the different voting tendencies that the Extreme Right has had to cope with through out the last 40 years. To understand better how the Extreme Right has become increasingly more successful with the public in general, it is...
  • Enemies Of The Party Their Lives
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    The novel 1984 touches on many disturbing aspects about the denial of a person's natural rights. In today's society people are granted certain rights which the government or anyone else can not take away. These rights are the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. In the novel 1984 the government which the people of Oceania live under has taken away all of the rights of people, including natural rights. The right to life has been taken away in the sense that a persons life is the ...
  • Party's Orders
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    Dan MeachenLack of Humanity Humanity includes a person's range of emotions, the actions that result from them, and a person's identity. If the government can control the humanity of its people, then the government is in complete control of its people. In George Orwell's 1984, the government maintains a complete control of its population through its manipulation of people's humanity. The Inner Party (often referred to simply as the Party), the governing force in Oceania, hopes that by removing pe...
  • Hitler And The Nazi Party
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    The ideology of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party is presented in considerable detail in Hitler's Mein Kampf and William Sheridan Allen's Nazi Seizure of Power. The NSDAP used Hitler's ideology and made them the focus of their party. These beliefs were crucial to the spread of the Nazi party in Germany. They were also used to determine who could join the party destined to seize power with the failure of the Weimar Republic. One of the main attractions of the Nazi party was that the Nazis presented...
  • Solon Reform Athens
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    1. From what kind of crisis was Athens suffering before Solon was given power? Factually, there were two main problems in Athens then. The first problem was the large amount of political parties. The second problem was an ine quali ty of people. The amount of political parties was really big one party for one region. The party of the Men of the Mountains was democratic. The party of the Men o f the Plains was aristocratic. And the party of the Men of the Coast, being a mix of the first two parti...
  • Leaders In Elections For A Party
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    ARE ELECTIONS BECOMING AN UNNECESSARY EXPENDITURE IN INDIA? India is a democratic country. According to our constitution, we, the citizens of India are bound to have the complete responsibility for the development of our country. For the efficient functioning of the democracy elections serve to be an important process This is found to be true if the elections serve to be loyal and fruitful. But here, in our country elections are proving to be nothing other than mere wastage of people's money rat...

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