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    While living in Saudi Arab is entirely distinctive then living in America on the grounds that both nations society are altogether different then one another. While living in Saudi Arab, we used to visit our relatives and invest more energy with our families. I live there with my guardians. I don 't need to tolerate my cost. My dad takes all the enormous choices for the family while my mom take the choice of house like what to cook, how to enliven the house, what furniture ought to be utilized,…

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    Education In America Essay

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    Education has been an important aspect of American politics since its inception. The debate on education continues to be a hot issue with all the economic, social, and political issues attached. As many believe, education allows an individual to become a better citizen and become more caring for other individuals. Many groups fight for their version of what they believe to be important. Education has continued to develop to allow for greater diversity. With this greater variety in education,…

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    Gender And Race Analysis

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    Race, Gender, and Science in the Atlantic World is by far one of the most intriguing and diverse courses I have ever taken. The course did not change much of my views on the role of races in other regions in the Atlantic. I have learned a lot from the numerous articles and short videos, but many of the topics that were covered were situations and issues I was already familiar with. I have always felt as if gender and race played an important role in a person’s life. Race and sex can affect a…

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    Ever since the beginning of America, everyone has had a dream. These dreams vary, everything from money, love, knowledge, happiness, and freedom. Even in the novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald focuses on the reality of the American Dream through characters like Daisy Buchanan, Myrtle Wilson, and Jay Gatsby. Fitzgerald embodies the American Dream of money through Daisy Buchanan, a women of class and wealth. Daisy Buchanan achieves her dream. For instance, when Gatsby first invites Daisy…

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    Essay About Korea 1950

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    Korea 1950, under American leadership, the United nations went into war for the first time. What began as a conflict between rival regimes between North and South Korea, turned into a confrontation between East and West, threatening to escalate into a third world war. The allied forces became embroiled in a war unlike any they have known, yet, for the Americans it served as a military rehearsal, for one, they would come to know, in Vietnam. Reminiscent to the First World War, it started in…

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    Many people see me as one of the greatest American authors of all time because of my novel; The Great Gatsby. It wasn’t until when I attended Princeton University that I was exposed to the social scene, and when I first discovered my passion for creative writing. Here is when I first started writing musicals for the school, humorous articles in my University’s newspaper, and stories for the Nassau Literary Magazine. Although, my passion came to a halt when I decided to end my schooling in…

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    Women throughout the world have been hindered and are still being hindered the basic human rights men are given on a daily basis. There is not one country in the world today that is perfect with equality between men and women, but some are truly striving for that. Equality can not just happen overnight, it takes years and years of change. In order for change to occur, people need to be willing and eager to venture towards equality of men and women. The biggest aspect that is needed for…

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    be what we pretend to be.”-Socrates. This may be a good quote to follow in a personal life, but not for a country’s education. Are countries like Finland and South Korea pretending to be as smart as the standardized tests say they are? In the United States, every child is required by law to attend either public or private school and all are included in the standardized testing procedures. For Finland, all children receive some sort of education, required by law, but only students in…

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    Summary of Video: This video reflected the American Dream. The ideas of an American Dream were self invention, possibilities, freedom, and opportunities to be a self made person. It also valued hard work. Benjamin Franklin’s, Theodore Dreiser’s, and Scott Fitzgerald’s autobiographies and writings exhibited the American Dream. These influenced the American Dream essentially with money and social status. Benjamin Franklin told a very optimistic narrative about his life. Benjamin boarded a boat…

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    Essay On Voting Right

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    day of America, voting was the soul of the nation, a direct power of people to keep the country growing and create a government base on the words: “we the people”. The matter of voting rights in the United States has been argumentative through United States history. The voting right in the United States first was made only for white people who own land in 1776. But though out the history, it was given to every citizen. But the trust in government people still very low, which is reflected in…

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