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    The Benefits of Optimism During Conflict “The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible, and achieves the impossible” (Winston Churchill). Positivity is a valuable mindset, yet can be acquired by even those in the direst of conditions and those who have the meagerest of resources. Through all the hardships and difficulties in the world, it is those with optimism that persevere, inspire, and overcome the suffering. It is those who forgive and spread their positivity that heal from…

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    THESIS: Do you fit the profile? Racial profiling violates the Constitution and should be deemed unlawful. The ideology of racism is classified as a belief that because humans are born subdivided, they are intrinsically different socially and mentally, which inherently distinguishes them as either inferior or superior. Comparatively, racism can be defined as a feeling or conviction that a particular race is superior to other races. An example of racial ideology would be the treatment of African…

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    War Argumentative Analysis

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    powerful state from using maximum power to prevail. Thus the victory as a proper outcome to be expected of the use of American arms was intractable for the duration of the cold war, for the reason of the sensible fear of the escalation of nuclear holocaust. In nuclear age, it is dangerous to compel our enemy to do our will. So, the only kind of conflict that the United States dared to wage in the nuclear era was limited war. For instance, fear was clear during Vietnam War, where nuclear option…

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    Plath uses the images of Jews in Dachau, Auschwitz, and Belsen to demonstrate her strong connection to the Nazi treatment of the Jews during the Holocaust (291). This supposed feeling of Jewishness makes her feel as if her father is always shunning down on her, making her feel unwanted by him. This is quite ironic since Plath’s qualities make up a perfect German. Meyers gives a great description of…

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    country. (Indoct 2) In 1938, Stormtroopers, SS and Hitler Youth marched across Germany to destroy jewish owned businesses and homes. Thousands were shipped to Nazi Concentration Camps when many others were killed. (Bartoletti 53/54) When seeing the aftermath of the Kristallnacht, some Hitler Youth were second guessing the way the Nazi Party had been mistreating the Jews. The Hitler Youth had been taught that the Fuhrer is always correct.(Bartoletti 59) Before military training, Hitler…

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    Babbi Yar Summary

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    account of the Nazi occupation of Kiev from 1941 to 1943. Kuznetsov presents that he had began documenting events of the occupation since he was fourteen years old. The book describes the end of Soviet rule in Ukraine to Soviet liberation and the aftermath of Kiev following the Second World War. The book centers around Kiev with special attention focused on the ravine of Babi Yar where firstly Jews were brutally murder and later prisoners of war, Russians, Ukrainians, other Jews, and any…

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    character. Character, the only characteristic of humans that truly defines who they are is all a child focuses on. Yet, millions of innocent people were forced into slavery for multiple generations, millions of innocent people were murdered in the Holocaust, millions of innocent people were not allowed to vote due to gender, and millions of people are not able to marry their loved ones because of who they love. What causes this change in mentality of an entire society between the adolescent…

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    Barriers Of Disability

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    Disability is a word that often brings negative connotations with its perceived meaning. According to the World Health Organization, disability is known to be a complex phenomenon, which has shaped our everyday interactions (2016). Being able-bodied allows you to fit into the societal definition of normal in which you are capable of your own individual achievements. However, being disabled creates barriers, which are often hard to cross and only leave society with forcing pity upon you. Of…

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    Cold War Vs Nuclear War

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    using maximum power to prevail. Thus the victory as a proper outcome to be expected of the use of American arms was intractable for the duration of the cold war, for in very good part, for the reason of the sensible fear of the escalation to nuclear holocaust. So, the only kind of conflict that the United States dared to wage in the nuclear era was limited war. After all, in a nuclear age, would it not be dangerous in the extreme, even perilously irresponsible, to attempt to compel our enemy to…

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    an interpreter for the Allies until the end of the war in 1945. During that time, I realized how lucky my family and I were to have escaped life, or death, in a concentration camp. The stories I heard and the things I saw with my own eyes in the aftermath of liberation shocked me to my core. I spent my days in a hotel pondering when I would have another opportunity to kiss a girl while thousands of others perished. I was disappointed in myself, yet relieved. I suppose this is what led me to work…

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