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    Slavery “had existed for over 150 years by the time of ratification of the constitution” so it would seem as if it would be extremely challenging to eliminate it. (Oakes page 228) However, by 1789 “many European nations were beginning to reconsider their involvement in the slave trade.” (Oakes page 229) In fact, “even England, which led all other nations in slave trafficking by the late eighteenth century, outlawed slavery within its borders.” (Oakes page 229) In my opinion Abolishing slave trade and slavery would seem like a up hill battel, but by 1783 is was the start to “a 50-year-long drive to abolish both the English slave trade and the ownership of slaves.” (Oakes page 229) Although Slavery was resurrected “in French colonies” by Napoleon,…

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    but the couple cannot think of a decision. Ending the pregnancy also relates to the theme, which is choices and consequences. The setting in “Hills like White Elephants” represents that the American and Jig have different opinions about the potential abortion. Also, Jig observing the elements of the scenery helps her reach her final choice of the pregnancy. Firstly, the background of Barcelona and Madrid shows Jig two outcomes if she keeps her baby or if she has the abortion. For example, the…

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    McKinley’s assassination in September of 1901, then Vice President Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President and ushered in the Progressive era (Milkis and Nelson 229). Roosevelt was the first president to enter office with an agenda. He encouraged leadership that increased the reach of presidential influence and practiced as such (Milkis and Nelson 228). After a four-year hiatus between 1908 and 1912, Roosevelt decided to run for another term resulting in the presidential primaries and the…

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    Gender Wage Gap Analysis

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    The article presents by Baron and Cobb-clark in 2010 which was focus on the “Occupational segregation and the gender wage gap in private and public sector” (p 227). This article uses different methods and ideas to analysis the gender wage gap, by separate it into different areas and use particular mathematics method to calculate the wage gap, which allows the researchers to illustrate a report that have deeper understanding of the reason and the current situation about the gender wage gap in…

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    with slight differences. Soft tennis balls are rubber-made, which makes it lighter and softer. Soft tennis rackets are lighter in weight and more flexible to suit the balls. Lastly, there are a few basic rules players need to know beforehand. Some rules include the number of games in the single, double, and mixed-doubles match, and player’s code of conduct. Players also need to know how to earn points in serve and in play, and winning or losing a game and a match. Overall, this essay has…

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    dismisses her escort’s skills, wholeheartedly believing that he will be victorious. His recklessness is nevertheless a character flaw that stems from the chivalric virtue of bravery. Were he not “plac[ing] too much faith in [his] own prowess” (Chretien, 229), the suitor knight’s response to being told he should not fight – “May anyone who’d take your advice and abandon the field without a brave fight be damned!” (Chretien, 229) – would very likely be applauded. However, the suitor knight refuses…

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    Now, James sends the dejected artist to his doom in order to test whether Mary Garland will, in fact, revere Roderick’s memory. And as Roderick wanders up the mountainous divide, the weather rapidly transforms into a raging tempest, which according to the locals is unprecedented. Thus provoking Mrs Hudson to cry, “Go and find him, go and find him!” (228) Despite this, Rowland convinces himself that “nothing was more probable than that Roderick had found shelter in a herdsman’s cabin.” (228) The…

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    She presents readers with numerous reasons and expanded logical details on what her wife should do. Brady says she would like a wife because she could then go back to school and “while I am going to school, I want a wife to take care of my children” (229). Brady wants to be able to expand her education without the worry of her children; therefore, she wants her wife to organize the children's schedules, along with hers, essentially never worrying about anyone except herself. Another…

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    Aubrey Rubenstein, the man whose father took over the Shilsky store in 1942, was a revelation to James at this point in his life. Dazed and confused as he knew nothing about his true identity, James needed to find answers about who his mother was, where his roots originated from, and more importantly, who he was (even if even James himself was not aware of it yet). His life had been confounded by the “don’t ask, don’t tell” ideology of his mother; thus leaving James in the shadows when it came…

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    The Working Poor Analysis

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    229). The endless array of required paperwork provides another opportunity for families to be cut off from receiving services. Lawyers working with families report that in order for families to receive services they have to report to the office multiple times and in many cases, miss work to try and keep up with the paperwork that is require of families to remain on welfare assistance (Shipler, 2004, p.229). Welfare offices determine eligibility for Emergency Assistance for homeless families and…

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