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    Aaron the Mountain of Strength He was the son of Amram & Jochebed, but he was most known for being the eldest brother of the Egyptian prince, Moses. Aaron was a powerful speaker; his name rightly fit him as a mountain of strength, or teacher in some interpretations; Aaron was both. Even though Moses got the credit for freeing the Hebrews from bondage, Aaron was actually the spokesman during the rescue of God’s chosen people. Aaron was a godly man who became a high priest but like all, faltered and fell short of the glory of God . Aaron was of the tribe of Levi, which was the tribe of the worshipers. His mother, whose name means, Jehovah is her glory, was a descendent of Levi as well as her husband Amram (whose name means exalted people). Aaron also had an older sister named Mariam who offered to take care of Moses when the Princess found him floating down the river. Because Moses was the prince of Egypt and Aaron was a slave, there was more than likely a little jealousy between the two. This and the fact that not many people had any faith left in their God, made Aaron’s decision to trust God…

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    is focus on the First Presidential Campaign in the 1800s. Prior to 1800, the United States had not presidential election, but electoral politics is re-oriented United States in it is definite direction and solidified the two party system since 1800, so that is reason why this book is worth of notice. He has written about Founding Fathers of America who are Jefferson, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, and Aaron Burr during the critical 1800 election. They have participated in the country’s…

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    done in those days and Jefferson received the second highest number of votes in the Electoral College due to some fighting within the Federalist Party. According to the rules of the time, this made Jefferson the vice president and John Adams the president (History). Jefferson completed his duties as vice president with no difficulties, and even wrote a manual on how to guide congressional meetings. He also did little to prevent Republican disapproval and opposition to the presidential…

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    The presidential election of 2016 and the presidential election of 1800 were two of the most divisive and partisan elections in the history of the United States, and many of the lessons learned from the election of 1800 have carried on through the years and become relevant to this election two hundred and sixteen years later. While the election of 2016 is widely regarded as unusual, the election of 1800 was also unusual in its time for some very similar reasons, and Edward J. Larson’s book, A…

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    Borden believed Thomas Jefferson as a political compromiser as he was calm the fears of the Federalists, with a majority viewing President Jefferson as a threat to the twelve years of the constitution properly functioning (Madaras 117). His own journey and ascension to the Presidency of America was one of a tumultuous background, with the election of 1800 being a tie between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson (Madaras 117).The very reason Thomas Jefferson was given the position of the Presidency…

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    Throughout this all-encompassing novel, Joseph J. Ellis is depicting what truly happened in prominent political events rather than the common ideas. He extensively goes into great depths rather than merely scraping the surface of these phenomenal affairs. Specifically, he elaborates on events such as the Duel between Hamilton and Burr, The Compromise of 1790, the plague of slavery, George Washington 's presidency, and the rocky friendship between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. It is more than…

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    early years of our Nation. Ellis uses his vast knowledge of the people and era to read between the lines of six famous historical events. The six chapters each relate an event that showed how fragile our fathers found the nation and how fervently they worked at keeping the union intact. He encourages us not to think back from the time where we stand, but where our founding fathers stood, taking in the various influences and forces that they faced when making their decisions. For brevity, I will…

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    Aaron Burr was a vital person in the history of our nation. He had a brilliant mind and was very important in the Revolutionary War as well as an interesting career in law and politics. Burr was one of the most infamous politicians in United States history that had a huge impact on our nation, but also made major mistakes that ultimately ended his political career. Aaron Burr’s life had a rough beginning when he was a child. He was born in a place called Newark, New Jersey. “His mother,…

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    Aaron Sorkin's Commencement speech Aaron Sorkin a Syracuse graduate, gave a very inspiring commencement speech for the graduates and the families of the graduates at Syracuse University on May 13th 2012. In the speech, the main topic was overcoming failures everywhere in life. He talks about his struggles when he was a student at Syracuse and all the battles he fought then. Earlier in his life he battled a drug addiction with cocaine: Sorkin said in his speech he didn't think he could write…

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    The Farnsworth Invention

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    Plays present a unique approach to story telling over typical novels. The little things, like the use of stage directions can dramatically alter the interoperation when reading a play. This gives the author a lot of power to tell a great story and have control over its interpretation. One of my favorite examples of a well written play is “The Farnsworth Invention” by Aaron Sorkin. This play is a fiction interpretation of the battle of inventing television. You have boy genius Philo Farnsworth…

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