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  • Highest Concentration Of People Of Scottish
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    Interesting Facts about USA. - Over 32% of all the land in the United States is owned by the federal government. - There was one president that believed the world was flat - Andrew Jackson. - Gerald Ford was the only man who held both the Presidency and the Vice-Presidency, but who was not elected to either post. - Jimmy Carter was the first president to be born inside of a hospital. - The Wright brothers made the first successful flight in a plane in 1903. - Gut zon Borglum sculpted Presidents ...
  • Low Class Humans With The Need
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    " Family In the totalitarian society of Brave New World, the development of human beings is completely controlled by the World State. Each person is raised in a hatchery, where the government controls every stage of their development until maturity, a process that takes Two-hundred and sixty-seven days. The embryos' DNA is controlled chemically to stimulate or to retard their physical and mental growth to create a biological class structure. The human's placement into a certain class, such as Al...
  • Idea Of A New World Order
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    It is not a secret that today America is the most influential country in the world. Americas rise to world power is a consequence of the nations geographical position, natural resources, and dynamic energy. (Carpenter 1992, 74) For relatively short period, America became so strong that today it is a single superpower in the world. After the First World War, the European nations assumed that the United States would continue to involve itself in international matters, particularly in helping to re...
  • Cold War Geopolitics Questions Of Geography
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    Introduction Geopolitics is the applied study of the relationships of geographical space to politics. Geopolitics, therefore, concerned with the reciprocal impact of spatial patterns, features, and structures and political ideas, institutions, and transactions. The term 'Geopolitics' has originally invented, in 1899, by a Swedish political scientist, Rudolf Kjell en and its original meaning is to signify a general concern with geography and politics. However, defining the concept of 'geopolitics...
  • My Second Goal In Life
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    There are many things in life I would like to accomplish. Most of all though, I aspire to be the world's fattest man. This will allow me to complete my plans of world domination. To obtain this goal, I plan to begin a strict diet of Denny's smothered cheese fries (french fires covered with cheese and bacon) and gravy after I complete high school. As soon as this diet becomes inefficient for my needs (when I can no longer fit in a booth or through the door), I plan to hire a team of illegal immig...
  • Hiphop Being
    375 words
    Given the circumstances that we, as humans, have created in this world, it is no wonder that HipHop, a once pure and expressive artform, has taken the turn it has. With this truth, we must also understand that within all things manifested as destructive lies a devine purpose. In essence, HipHop in its current state is now serving its intended purpose. Without HipHop being were it is now, those of us affected by it would not have become enlightened concerning many things. The most obvious being t...
  • California State World Trade Commission
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    In the article No State Strategy for Trade, author Jock O'Connell elaborates about the possible ramifications of the State of California's recent decision to abolish the California State World Trade Commission (WTC). Despite the fact that California is one of the worlds foremost economies, with sizeable stakes on what decisions will be made, this month the World Trade Commission will represent California at the negotiating table regarding the reduction in trade barriers in Cancun Mexico. In this...
  • People In World State
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    Humans have always wanted to achieve a utopia, an ideal world where everyone is happy, without any worries or concerns. In Brave New World, Huxley vividly portrays a futuristic society where people are all uniformly! SS satisfied!" with all that they have ever wanted or had. However, their happiness is meaningless since it is conditioned by the powerful absolute rule of the government. Totalitarianism is the ultimate control of an elite group over the masses. Huxley satirizes the idea of authori...
  • Old World
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    Summary The novel "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley is base on a utopia world. This story begins with a character called The Director, he is in charge of placing the clones in their classified cases. He's underneath The Controller, because he has to follow The Controller of the world state orders which is Mustapha Mound. Mustapha gives a lesson to some clones students an through this we find out the way this World state is set up. There is 5 type of classified cases. The Alpha-plus are the high...

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