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  • "i Have a Dream":rhetorical Analysis

    "i Have a Dream":rhetorical Analysis

    "I Have a Dream": Rhetorical Analysis Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech to thousands of Americans on August 28, 1963. In his speech, Dr. King told the people how acceptance and equality will make the United States of America a better country. He proves

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  • "letter to Americans" by E. P. Thompson

    "letter to Americans" by E. P. Thompson

    "Letter to Americans" by E. P. Thompson Dated back in 1986, "Letter to Americans" is as if it's written in the last three-four years. In it E. P. Thompson explains why he is anti-American in his beliefs. First off, he starts with that he is in two minds about this

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  • "no Taxation Without Representation" & Revolutionary Movement?

    "no Taxation Without Representation" & Revolutionary Movement?

    The demand for no taxation without representation was the primary force motivating the American revolutionary movement, and for many it became a symbol for democracy. Throughout the late 18th century, the British colony of America was oppressed by Parliament from "across the pond". This oppression included unequal rights compared to

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  • "schindler's List" Movie Review

    "schindler's List" Movie Review

    "Schindler's List" Steven Spielberg created a feature film about one of the most horrific times in world history. Spielberg blended the abject horror of the Holocaust with humanism. The movie is based on a story told to author Thomas Keneally by Poldek Pfefferberg, a Polish Jew who survived a concentration

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  • 04 Election

    04 Election

    1. Analyze the Presidential election of 2004. What happened and why? 2. Analyze the changing nature of the media and how that is affecting politics. The two questions identified above cannot be adequately answered alone without one influencing the other because a campaign that influences the election of the

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  • 12 Angry Men

    12 Angry Men

    Shirley Temple Black Actor, Author, and Diplomat By Emily Clark The dimples that changed America * Shirley Temple had the biggest impact on American people a little girl has ever had. During the 30's and 40's she warmed the hearts of millions of Americans with her smile and high

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  • 14th Amendment

    14th Amendment

    Owning a dog while living in an apartment Most renters do not think that there is anything wrong with owning a dog while living in an apartment. While owning a dog can be very fun and rewarding, most renters do not consider the downfalls of a furry companion before they

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  • 1642

    1642

    There were many important people in history that were born and living in the year 1642. Isaac Newton and Taylor Edward are two of the many important people of 1642. The Caroline age was also a part of the year 1642. Isaac Newton was a very inspirational person of the

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  • 1787: The Grand Convension

    1787: The Grand Convension

    The book I reviewed was 1787: The Grand Convention by Clinton Rossiter. In it he Breaks down before during and after the convention into four parts: The Setting, The Men, The Event, and The Consequences. In the Beginning Mr. Rossiter sets up for us a country that was going trough

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  • 1800 to 1850 Territorial Expansion

    1800 to 1850 Territorial Expansion

    Expansionist Tension From 1800 to 1850 territorial expansion tore the United States apart. Territorial expansion itself was not a debated issue. Spurred by the concept of Manifest Destiny, almost everyone believed that America should extend from sea to shining sea and maybe even farther. But it was the issue of

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  • 1824 Presidents

    1824 Presidents

    Henry Clay, also known as the "Great Compromiser", was a prominent political figure during the early to middle stages nineteenth century. He was first recognized for his repeated aid to help solve slavery disputes between the North and South. In 1803, he was elected to be Kentucky's state legislature. Three

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  • 1848 Women's Rights Convention

    1848 Women's Rights Convention

    Through out history, Americans have fought for the rights of freedom in their country, freedoms that have been passed down through dozen's of generations. Freedom's such as religion, speech, press, slavery and the right to vote. Americans, though very aware of their freedoms, often take them for granted and

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  • 19 Stars : A Study in Military Character and Leadership

    19 Stars : A Study in Military Character and Leadership

    19 STARS : A Study in Military Character and Leadership Puryear, Edgar F. (1971). 19 STARS New York: Presidio Press 19 STARS was written by Edgar F. Puryear, Jr. I do not know much about the author. I completed a thorough search but was unable to find any information. The

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  • 1920 America

    1920 America

    In the 1920's Americans faced many new challenges. The challenges they faced covered a wide range of issues varying from alcohol use to consequences of technology. The manner in which these issues were resolved depended on the severity of the issue and the people directly involved. These are challenges that

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  • 1920's

    1920's

    The 1920's was a great time for women as they had major roles in constructing a new decade. Women gained the right to vote and also drove their own automobiles. In large numbers women enrolled in colleges and in the workplace. The traditional roles of women as wives and mothers

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  • 1920's

    1920's

    1920's "The best of times, the worst of times." The 1920's was not a "roaring" time for immigrants and citizens of America. It harbored some of the harshest laws and brutal government restrictions. Immigrants were cast out by a post war country and alcohol banned in hopes of making our

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  • 1920s Dbq Outline

    1920s Dbq Outline

    1920s period of tension tween innovative and changing attitudes on one hand and traditional values and nostalgia on the other. What led to the tension between old and new AND in what ways was the tension manifested? I. Intro: a. Thesis: Those who had fond reminiscences of the old United

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  • 1920s in America

    1920s in America

    The 1920s decade was an exceptional time for Americans. There was a prevailing flamboyant mood throughout American cities that drastically influenced the country. The United States underwent a major cultural transformation in the 1920s with the introduction of new arts, profound inventions, and testing the limits of gender roles. The

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  • 1929 Stock Market Cr

    1929 Stock Market Cr

    Accounting and the Stock Market Crash of 1929 Susan Hart Introduction The 1929 stock market crash is one of the most significant financial crises in the history of the United States. The years following the crash would prove to be ground-breaking for the accounting profession. These years consisted of

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  • 1929 Stock Market Crash

    1929 Stock Market Crash

    The 1929 Stock Market Crash In early 1928 the Dow Jones Average went from a low of 191 early in the year, to a high of 300 in December of 1928 and peaked at 381 in September of 1929. (1929...) It was anticipated that the increases in earnings and dividends

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  • 1950's

    1950's

    The 1950's were very different and radical in fact, this is the decade that began rock n' roll, the civil rights movement, better family living, advances in technology, Fashion, medical research, other wonderful things this country was not used to seeing or hearing. The 1950's were looked at more as

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  • 1950's Story

    1950's Story

    The wilsons are what you would call a typical 1950s american family. They consist of the father and husband Frank, housewife linda, oldest child Tommy age 17, Cheryl age 16, Mikey age 10, and Suzie age 8. Thay are a white middle class family that lives in the suburb autside

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  • 1950s T.V.

    1950s T.V.

    Technology in the 1950s started with many great innovations that shape the way we live now. Probably the most important innovation of television was the introduction of cable T.V., television broadcasting, sitcoms and talk shows. Television went though many changes in its younger years. The way T.V. Developed in

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  • 1952

    1952

    1952 By: eA E-mail: eax2@yahoo.com In 1954, many barriers were broken that made this a year of success. One of the major achievements is the cure for Polio being discovered which saved many lives and made the disease extinct. Other successes include the revolution of music and the birth of

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  • 1960's/vietnam

    1960's/vietnam

    Freedom Rides, Vietnam, and Social activism among the youths of America have left the 60's with a very profound effect on our society. Without question, the decade of the 1960's was one of the most controversial in American History. Throughout this period of social unrest, anti-war attitudes were gaining prevalence

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  • 1963 March

    1963 March

    The March on Washington was a very significant event that captured the attention of the United States and the world. More than 250,000 people came to Washington to demand equality for blacks and to urge Congress to pass civil rights legislation. The March is best remembered for Martin Luther King's

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  • 1975 Dbq

    1975 Dbq

    The end of the Revolutionary War brought about many changes in America. The abandonment of the colonizers by the British government left them with many new dilemmas. They had to basically start new societies from scratch. They had to figure out what type of governing system they would have, and

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  • 1982 Election

    1982 Election

    AP American History October 21, 1997 The year of 1828 was a tumultuous year in American politics. It so happened that it was a presidential election year. The election of 1828 was different from any other presidential election up to that point. The election not only set a precedent, but

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  • 1983 Dbq

    1983 Dbq

    Farmers everywhere in the United States during the late nineteenth century had valid reasons to complaint against the economy because the farmers were constantly being taken advantage of by the railroad companies and banks. All farmers faced similar problems and for one thing, farmers were starting to become a minority

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  • 1984

    1984

    Plot Overview Winston Smith is a low-ranking member of the ruling Party in London, in the nation of Oceania. Everywhere Winston goes, even his own home, the Party watches him through telescreens; everywhere he looks he sees the face of the Party's seemingly omniscient leader, a figure known only as

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