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  • Fun Of Take Action
    350 words
    Civil Disobedience Essay How many does it take? How many must die before we do something, before we take action. This is something tha affects us all, there is no escaping the horrors of school shooting But is there any thing we can do? I believe we can and I emphasize we. If we want to put an end to these senseless killing we must all work together, and reach out to these people committing the's crimes. We need to raise awareness; so every one is conscience of the epidemic sweeping our nation. ...
  • Genocidal Convention
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    Genocide is a reality that no one can ever conquer or vanish if they are working alone or do not look at the consequences upon taking choices of action. We as Americans feel it is our duty to only take a course of action if we know and are fully aware of the actions being made against the people, or if we are being affected directly. If it does not affect us and we do not know about it then obviously we cannot do anything about it. We feel that if we know what is going on and it is not directly ...
  • Action
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    1. If I was Jewish and I were to capture a German soldier, the first thing I would do is beat insensibly until I know he won't fight back. Second, I would find out where he is stationed at, get all his identification, learn all I can about him and take his uniform and everything else he has. I know he won't just start spitting information out, so we will do alittle torturing till he wishes he dies. Then, after he tells us the information, I will go done to his station and find out more on their ...
  • Actions Akhilleus
    520 words
    Akhilleus's Pride The Iliad is a classic story of a Greek warrior, named Akhilleus, whose anger causes many soldiers to die during the Trojan War. When Akhilleus becomes angry, there seems to be nothing that can stop him from totally destroying his enemy. While many consider anger to be the primary factor in motivating Akhilleus, the main reason Akhilleus acts the way he does is because he is extremely self-centered. Initially, Akhilleus lets his pride control him when King Agamemnon takes his p...
  • Present Theme Of Revenge And Constant Action
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    William Shakespeare's earliest tragedy entitled Titus Andronicus is one of much action and spectacle. The majority of the characters' actions are motivated by revenge which is an essential theme throughout the work. Titus Andronicus, unlike all of Shakespeare's later plays, falls in line with Aristotle's six elements of tragedy putting plot before character. Characters are developed through the use of action in this work rather than the character determining the plot. Through close examination o...
  • Taking Of Responsibility For One's Actions
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    The Crucible vs. Modern Day The play, The Crucible, had many lessons to be learned by the reader. The one that stands out in my mind is the taking of responsibility for one's actions. The who leplay revolves around people not brave enough to stand up and take responsibility. Thesis a lesson that obviously has not been learned by people through out thousands of years. Today people still try and find the easy way out and try and put the blame on someone else rather than themselves. In the Crucible...
  • Opponents Of Affirmative Action
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    Every person in this room will take or has taken the Scholastic Aptitude Test, or SAT. This test is basically used to determine who will succeed in college and who won't. Sounds simple doesn't it Because each person takes a variation of the same test, the scores can help separate students with almost equal credentials. So you would figure that if you were competing with someone for acceptance to a college and you received a 1300 and the other person, with equal qualifications, received a 1200, y...
  • Action From The Natural Resources Defense Council
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    Ocean Solutions Solutions to Save the Ocean Many years ago nobody would have thought that the ocean would ever need saving. The covers over 90% of the earth's surface. People would wonder how something so collosal ever be effected by their actions. Unfortunately, the oceans do suffer from mankind's careless, selfish acts. There are numerous ways to begin to clean up the oceans. These solutions range from individual action to government action. The individual can begin to help stop the leaking an...
  • Wrong Actions
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    There are many questions that can be posed when speaking of right and wrong: what determines whether one's actions are right or wrong, what exactly right and wrong are, and why actions must be judged as either right or wrong All three questions can be answered with the statement that the only universal absolute is that all things are relative. The previous statement may seem to be a paradox, but with closer examination it is evident that what is true for all human beings is that there are no tru...

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