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    The Americas compared to Europe was the biggest difference England at this time is a land tightly coiled with energy, becoming literate, and running out of land. Only the nobles own land, and most people are peasants that work the land, but can't own their own land. While in the Americas it was plentiful the land wasn’t being depleted and they were with harmony with the land they cherished the things that the land bares for them. The culture system was the greatest difference the “church” the…

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    Comparison and Contrast of Parker and Parks Through Jo Goodwin Parker’s living conditions and Gordon Parks’ grief for poverty, it is said that poverty is hard to come out of. Parks is a man who has seen and experienced poverty. Parks expresses his “fierce grudge” against poverty and says it is “most savage of all human afflictions” (Parks 214). Parker is a woman who went through the worst poverty, similar to the family Parks visited. The two families have similar relations and different…

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    Body Paragraph 1: passive tone Tracy Kidder speaks with a passive tone in his novel. “ In the mornings, I followed Farmer from the courtyard, to e-mail, and then to his office-- on the ground floor of the newest building, the Thomas J. White Tuberculosis Center.” (p.24) Body Paragraph 2: second-hand conversation…

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    asking “Why would you kill poor little flies?” well guess what you dingus they are horrible creatures! Think about it the little devils are not only super annoying, they're also very dangerous spreading diseases such as “...salmonella, anthrax, and tuberculosis.”- https://www.orkin.com/flies/house-fly/house-fly-and-disease/. Now you may not understand the gravity of the situation, click this link to see just how horrible some of these diseases are:…

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    I chose to research Desmond Tutu as my figure of social justice because he believed in all three components of social justice which are equal economic, political and social rights for everyone. Desmond Tutu was a high school teacher in Johannesburg, South Africa, but left to become a preacher after a law was passed that cut funding for education. Desmond Tutu was famous for his role in the apartheid that occurred in Africa during the 1970s and 80s. Mr. Tutu was appointed general secretary of the…

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    During the late 16th century and early 17th century, France was an extremely weak country. It struggled to close gaps amongst various social classes and to make an agreement amongst differing religious views. However, the tight grip of Louis XIV held France together while he was king. Louis XIV greatly strengthened France’s religious conflicts, government body, and economic system by limiting the power of the nobility, creating religious uniformity, and expanding territory; making France a more…

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    How/Why: The Double Life of Pocahontas would be a good resource for fifth-grade students to examine as they research the life of a historical figure. It can be one resource among several. This satisfies the Common Core Standard of integrating information from several texts on the same topic in order to write or speak about the subject knowledgeably. Students can begin with this book and research other resources in print or on the internet in order to compare facts or find new information that…

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    Immigration Policy 1917

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    arrival and allowed immigration officials to exercise more discretion in making decisions over whom to exclude. The Act excluded from entry anyone born in a geographically defined “Asiatic Barred Zone,” people with physical or mental defects or tuberculosis and children unaccompanied by parents to the exclusion list, persons of psychopathic inferiority, men as well as women entering for immoral purposes, alcoholics, stowaways, and vagrants. 1921: nearly 24 million immigrants arrived during what…

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    After 1750, the relationship between food and state was innovative. As animals settled in London for closer distance to shops and consumers, many conflicts arose. A great concern of exchange of diseases between human and animals emerged. In Hardy’s scholarship, Pioneers in the Victorian province: veterinarians, public health and urban animal economy, it presented various factors of improving public health. With the presence of veterinarians, and meat inspectors, they seek to control the diseases…

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    Short Story: “The Only Traffic Signal in the reservation doesn’t flash red anymore” Topic: The various ways that Native Americans have been oppressed. Thesis: Native Americans are the most oppressed minority in the United States. They suffer from horrible living conditions, plagued by poverty, sickness, terrible housing, and alcohol/drugs. Furthermore, society continues to neglect and mistreat Native Americans, and thus they have no way of being able to live a successful life. P#1 Living…

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