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    Love Canal Tragedy

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    discussed. In 1978, Love Canal near Niagara Falls in upstate New York was seen as a beautiful river, which wind around the hundreds of houses and schools. The clam was shattered. A child’s mother suddenly found her son appeared asthma, pneumonia, urethral abnormality and…

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    Mina Harker’s Diary 6 November. -- It has been ten years since Quincey Morris died, but I still dream of that frightful day. The nightmares are a nightly occurrence these past weeks. Every time I close my eyes, I see the red glowing eyes of the Count watching me. Jonathan tells me I wake him up screaming about bats and blood, but I have no memory of these events. Jonathan Harker’s Journal 10 November, midnight. -- Mina wakes around this time nightly; however, when confronted, she has no…

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    Travoprost: A Case Study

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    Mail Order states that on 7/25/16, Mrs. Wysong contacted customer service to place an order for Travoprost. The representative advised Mrs. Wysong the estimated delivery date would be on 8/2/16. The representative referred the authorized representative to the Clinical Department to verify the correct strength of Travoprost. On 7/25/16, an automated call from Mail Order to the member on to contact customer service, because the medication requested was temporary unavailable. Mail Order states…

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    Peter Singer 1978 Analysis

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    share, would be a serious moral wrong, and anything you do more than this will be morally praiseworthy. This position is contrary to Peter Singer (1978) opinion, who believes that there is not a fair share, but to live at marginal utility. To not do so, Singer (1978) believes would be immoral. I will also argue that forgoing the purchasing of luxury goods, as Singer (1978) recommends, could do more harm than good, thus increasing the amount of starvation and thus the seriousness of the moral…

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    Marchers Of 1978 Analysis

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    Author Mark Gillespie relates his experience as one of the original Margi Gras marchers of 1978. The content of the article takes a clear focus on the fight for Australian gay rights and the clear oppression faced along the way. On the cold Saturday of June 24th, 1978, marchers, gay, lesbian and transgender alike assembled in Taylor Square in Sydney. The concept of the march was heavily influenced by the Stonewall Riot in Greenwich Village, New York, which marked the modern era…

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    My first symbol is the books. Maddy has spent all of her life locked in her house and in that time she read a lot. Choosing the books as a symbol shows what Maddy does with her time in the house. Then having my second symbol as the ocean shows where she wants to go. I chose the ocean because throughout the book and her time she spent talking with Olly she always talked about seeing the ocean and traveling. The picture of the book shelve shows my first symbol. The first picture of the ocean shows…

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    The Blizzard of 1978 was a disaster because it caused so many issues for more than 3 states. Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Southwest Wisconsin were all affected by the high winds of 100 miles per hour and 40-60 inches of snow. Also, some homes’ roofs were torn apart and fell in the home. This killed more than 400 people buried in 27 feet of snow or more. Over 5,550 people were killed by this horrible blizzard. Weather stations had to readjust their weather chart due to…

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    Indian Child Welfare Act 1978 It comes as no surprise that numerous Native American Indians tribes has been in the United States for the longest time ever. According to population evaluations of pre-contact, Native American populations fall in between the ranges of 8 to 18 million people (Scupin, 2012, p. 97). There has been several acts or laws passed over time which gave American Indian tribes certain rights or accommodations. The lives of several Native Americans drastically changed…

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    Eruption 1978: Las Vegas

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    The film I will be pitching is the sixth sequel to the classic made up disaster movie, Eruption (1971). This followup will be titled, Eruption 1978: Las Vegas (1979) and unfortunately it was pushed back due to budget restraints and problems on set (a drunk Joan Crawford wouldn’t leave her trailer due to her characters fate and accidentally burnt down half the set). The disaster and the location/time frame are all in the title, it literally treats all audience members like their dumbness (finally…

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    The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978: A Review of the Literature Introduction The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) of 1978, states that Congress assumes the responsibility to protect and preserve Indian tribes and their children (ICWA, 1978). The act acknowledges federally recognized tribes as having sovereignty and dictates that tribes must be involved in decisions about the welfare of Indian children who are members of their tribe. However, this social problem continues today as American…

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