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    but no one was able to unveil the truth behind the controversial death of the senator. However, it was inevitable that the blame was put on Marcos due to the fact that the senator was against his administration and was seeking democracy for the Philippines. The same goes for the rest of the Filipinos particularly in Luzon, especially the family of the senator. Personally, I am not anti nor pro Marcos. Up until now, I do not have a clear stand on it because of the many versions of what…

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    Japan's Foreign Aid

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    Discussion I. Case Study 1.1 Definition of Foreign Aid and How Japan Implement its Foreign Aid. Foreign aid was established for the first time in the United Nation Charter. It was ratified in the time of the conference of San Francisco on 26th of June in 1945. Foreign aid itself was made to underlay its purpose, includes; urging social development, to put a standard of life in a wider scale of freedom, as well as make the use of international machinery in order to promote people‚Äôs economic and…

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    its largely the criminal and paramilitary organizations that exercise any real, albeit illegitimate, authority. If we were to compare the situation in our country to that of Indonesia in the context of the aforementioned paraphrased quote, the Philippines might fit the description of leaving everything to the government. Indeed, most of our people are attracted to the electoral promises made by politicians without having the guts to complain should these promises not be fulfilled. Crime roams…

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    "Wife" is a poem written by Marra PL. Lanot and was published in 1998. The film of Director Jun Robles Lana "Barber's Tales (Mga Kuwentong Barbero)" is an entry for the 2013 Tokyo International Film Festival where Eugene Domingo won the Best Actress Award. The two literary works are both set in a society dominated by men, where women are confined and marginalized. Also, their main characters are both women who are pressured by the society's expectations of a wife. Poems and films convey their…

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    American Imperialism

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    How far was the American empire similar to the British one? The United States of America in many ways aimed to distance themselves from their former colonial masters. The American Enlightenment had set forth the notion that the American colonists should form an entirely new nation built on the ideals of liberty, the rights of man, republicanism, and so forth. But America exhibited symptoms of imperialism - both hard imperialism and soft imperialism - in their growth and expansion west. Whilst…

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    Causes Of Pearl Harbor

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    The plan was very carefully thought out, and was the result of many years of tension between the nations. The attack was part of Japan 's big plan to conduct attacks on the Philippines islands, the East Indies, and indochina(Wallin 83). The United States got tied into the plan because of their Naval base being stationed in the Pacific Ocean. For this reason, the Japanese wanted to demolish the Pacific fleet, so they would not…

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    Within the United States of America, the death penalty is a continued controversy practice. The United States practices capital punishment on a state level; there are thirty-two states with the death penalty. Therefore, despite the ongoing battle to abolish the death penalty, majority of states comprehend the sentence as a necessary punishment to certain crimes committed within each state. In Texas a person can be sentenced to death row even if the criminal is not responsible for the actual…

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    Powderly William Graham Sumner John P. Altgeld Samuel Gompers What was the impact of the transcontinental rail system on the American economy and society in the late nineteenth century? 2) How did the huge industrial trusts develop in industries such as steel and oil, and what was their effect on the economy? 3) What was the effect of the new industrial revolution on American laborers, and how did various labor organizations attempt to respond to the new conditions? 4) The…

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