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  • People Under Louis Rule
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    Machiavelli was a man who was not worried about what was morally correct, but rather, what was politically deserved. He was in fact an honest and religious man, but he has become known for trickery and double-dealing. He thought that princes would have to start tricking his enemies, or even his people for the good of his state. In my opinion, his theory, "It is better to be feared than loved" is saying that when the people fear their ruler, the ruler will most likely get what he wants. When a ru...
  • Splendor Of Stomp's Talented Musicians
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    Stomp Stomp is a wonderful array of percussion and rhythmically talented people. A Stomp group usually consists of approximately 15 people. At a Stomp concert, you might see a matchbox symphony, a pot and pan orchestra, or maybe even a broomstick band. Whatever it is you desire in percussion, Stomp probably has it. Stomp comes right out of New York and has been touring the country for about 12 years. Anytime they have a concert, the auditorium is packed full of people all wanting to hear the spl...
  • Best Strengths For Ti Vo
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    Ti Vo is the hottest in the United States today. Millions of people from all over the states buy something that finally is for once convenient for them. Many people in their households have at least some type cable server instead of basic television. The mission statement for Ti Vo should be providing viewers the control of what they watch and when they want to watch it. Putting viewers in control of their television-viewing experience in ways they never had before. The marketing objective for T...
  • Towns A Licenses
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    Summery Paper In September 15, 2002 an article was printed in the Philadelphia Inquirer. The ar tical was about giving liquor licenses to three "dry" towns. Jake Wage man wrote the article titled "Giving liquor sales a shot in 3 towns, an effort to boost the economy is on the way or on the ballot". The article contained several o pinons, on the topic. The idea was, wether or not, to give these towns a licenses to sell liquor and boost the towns economy. The people want a place to go to have a dr...
  • Books In A House
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    Whats the big idea Ray Bradbury had a grim outlook for the future. In his book everything that could go wrong in the future, did. People rarely left their houses. They where ruled by technology. There was a loss of communication between human beings, since everyone was molded to think and act the same way. No one had their own opinion. Everyone acted like a robot. The big idea displayed in the book, Fahrenheit 451, was lack of communication. People cant survive if there is no communication going...
  • Longer A Peasant
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    A True Revolution " We the people... ". Does not that sound like a novel idea! Instead of hearing, "I, the king", you now have a document that states that you count. It says that you have choices; you no longer have to listen to this person that gets every little thing that he wants handed to him on a shiny silver platter. He does not even have to obey his own laws and decrees. He gets to do what he wants to do when he wants to do it. It was definitely time for a change". We the people", Such a ...
  • Jon's Family
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    The Call of the Wild Affection- The Call of the Wild is a book that gets you emotionally involved by getting you attached to Jon's dog and their connection. From the beginning you can tell that Buck (Jon's dog) takes a liking to Jon. He started out as a mean spirited dog but softens when he gets to know Jon. If you like touching stories, this book is just that. Bandwagon- If "everyone" does something, then most people want to join in. That's exactly what Jon did in this book. He heard about all ...
  • Group And Fitting
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    The diversity of our classroom is no more than what I would expect from a public school in the middle of a diverse area of California. The vast majority of people who like to separate themselves from other "groups" of various categories, however, do surprise me. From what I know, I would think that the people in a public school would want to fit in with others more than they would want to separate and isolate themselves from groups. Although, I am one of those people who were separated by choice...
  • How I Would Like To Be Remembered
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    How I would like to be remembered I would like to be remembered in high school, as the guy who could always make you laugh. I want to be remembered as the guy who brightened your day up by making you smile. I have always been told that I have a gift for making people laugh. Some people want to be remembered by being the smartest or most athletic. But those only help you. I make people laugh, I myself get nothing more than seeing the joy and laughter on one someone's face after I tell I joke or m...
  • Pern Love For The Descamisados
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    Evita was a women that people worldwide cherish as the Argentinian sweetheart is a stronger woman than I have ever heard of. From watching her movie, I saw a woman who knew so much and had the will of an army to achieve her goals. She was a leader of the people, the people who lacked the power and authority to speak out for their cause. And she had a love for her nations people, like a mothers undying love for her children. But more than all else, she had a devotion to her beliefs, which showed ...
  • Ball Turret Gunner
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    Washed Out Randall Jackson Jarrell was born on May 6, 1914 in Nashville, Tennessee. He was the first child to Campbell and Owen Jarrell. He attended Hume-Fogg High School in Nashville and later graduated. He then attended Vanderbilt University through the generosity of his uncle Howell Campbell. His teacher, John Crowe Ransom, considered him "the best by far of the young writers in his workshop". Jarrell later went on to teach at some well know colleges and universities. He also went into the ar...
  • Ambitions And Dreams Ambitious People
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    Ambition Before I could really start to write about ambition, I had to ask myself what ambition really was. What causes people to be ambitious, and what are the advantages and disadvantages of being an ambitious person? At first, I must admit it was fairly difficult to comprehend. But I found it to all come together when I relates it to another kind of person or group of people - dreamers. When I think of ambitious people I think of dreamers. These are the people with hopes of one day conquering...
  • Their Lives In The Police
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    I had a dream, in which I saw a country where people were not begging but they were working. In that dream of mine I saw playing but then turning towards the mosque. I saw a country where there was as much greenery like there is blue in the sky. I saw a country where no one was ruling anyone but they were ruling themselves. I saw kids listening to their mothers instead of abusing and insulting them like they were dogs or another street animal. I saw a country where the word corruption was never ...
  • True Objectivist Objectivism
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    You do not have to be a true objectivist Objectivism holds that society functions best when individuals pursue their self-interests. According to Ayn Rand, human understanding and acceptance of reality form the basis of judgment and values. Human beings must live for themselves, neither sacrificing any part of their natures or goals to other people, nor bending others' wills to their own. In this scheme, love is achieved fully only by those individuals who possess the highest self-esteem, which ...
  • Voices Of The Holocaust
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    Holocaust Memory: Germany surrenders unconditionally May 7, 1945. Victory in Europe Day is celebrated May 8. For millions, these two dates meant the end of World War II in Europe and the end of the Holocaust: the torturous inhumane treatment that caused death for millions of people. The effects of this event left non-Aryans, especially Jews, persecuted and the rest of the world in wonder of the horror. Those who survived and those who understood are the voices' of the Holocaust and they tell us ...
  • Communism In Our Country
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    Why Was Communism Feared After WWII, Americans knew they lived in the strongest and "greatest" country on earth. They were however afraid of communism at home and abroad. Through the reading and discussions in this class I have found the primary reasoning for this fear was because they did not want to think our country could be like the rest. After the war businesses were trying to get back to normal and trying to convert form planes to cars so to speak. The entire economy was working to make li...
  • Euthanasia An Ill Person
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    Euthanasia which comes from the Greek meaning of easy death is one of our societies highly debatable issues and the main reason for this argument is against active euthanasia, which is when a terminally ill patient is administered with a lethal drug or using other means to cause there death. There is also Passive euthanasia, which means the stopping or not starting a persons treatment, leaving their condition to run its course, without resuscitation... Many people debate this issue stating that ...
  • Explorations And Discoveries Throughout European Countries
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    Many factors brought about explorations and discoveries throughout European Countries. For instance, many of the countries did not want to fall behind other countries. They feared that if they fell behind, then other countries would try to conquer them. Another reason many voyages began, is because many mathematicians believed that the earth was round and wanted to prove it. Although they believed this, it was hard to find anyone willing to make this voyage and prove the theory. Many instruments...
  • Ship From Jamestown
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    Life in Jamestown was much different than it was advertised in the newspaper. Everyone wanted to go to Jamestown because they wanted to get rich. They thought there would be gold and diamonds everywhere, but when they got there, there was nothing. Newspaper ads promised people in England wealth and happiness. "Why man all their dripping pans and their chamber potter are pure gold". (Doc. 1). Everyone wanted to go to Jamestown because they thought that when they got there, the roads would be pave...
  • Way To Many Homeless People
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    As you walk down Broadway on a blistering cold winter day, you can't help but feel the pain of the homeless people huddling around barrels of fire trying to stay warm. In New York City there are way to many homeless people. You see many people with torn up clothes and signs begging for money. They need the money to survive and buy food, not the extra stuff we take for granted. That's not fair. Many people are homeless but it might not be their fault. Some homeless people are lazy and want to be ...

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