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    Pearl Harbor Conclusion

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    war, which was the bloodiest war in history during this time, and just party, but when world war two started with the invasion of Poland the United States was dead set on not getting involved in another war. This mentality worked until December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor was hugely significant in that it…

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    One Expensive Game When most people think of the Olympics, common words that first come to mind are pride, uniting, competition. But behind all of the glitz and glamour of ceremonies, games and celebrities, stands the hard truth of the cost of the Olympic games. From 1968 to 2010 an average Olympics costed the host city an average of 3.6 billion dollars, and the numbers have been skyrocketing ever since. A prime example of an immense budget overrun was shown in the 1976 Olympic games held in…

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    few U.S. states including: Belgium, Canada, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland, California, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Vermont (Kafer 2016). Although it’s legal in some places, there are many requirements and steps to applying for assisted suicide. These requirements are enforced by acts, such as the Termination of Life on Request and Assisted Suicide Act and the Death with Dignity Act (Friedman 2007). Most of the acts written to legalize assisted suicide in the United States were…

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    The large presence of Mexican-born immigrants reinforced Mexican culture and the Spanish language, and affected the cultural identity of those born in the United States. Mexican immigrants were poor and from the interior of Mexico. They tend to be darker than Mexicans from the Border States. Many Mexican political refugees fleeing the Mexican Revolution in 1913 considered themselves culturally and even racially superior to poor Mexican immigrants as well as middle-class…

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    The Great Gatsby and The American Dream The 1920s, sometimes referred to as the "Jazz Age" or the "Roaring Twenties," was known as a time of social change in rural America. In many aspects of life, women and men were changing their past accepted lifestyles and quickly adopting lavish lifestyles. Emerged during the twentieth century, one of the most notable writers of his time, F. Scott Fitzgerald, developed one of the greatest novels written, The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald used his novels to…

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    technology can lead to failure to invest in other necessities such as military training, military police and linguists (37). Linguists are needed as a way to communicate with people of countries where a power has military presence such as the United States in Afghanistan. Hard power used in cyber information can do damage to physical targets in another country destroying the soft power that cyber information can create to attract citizens to that country. An example of this is when malicious…

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    cruise missiles. So what is the world’s newest way to wage or threaten war? The internet. As large nations—such as the United States and many of its allies—become ever more reliant on electronic assets to function, those tasked with waging war or defending against war—whether domestic agencies such as the U.S. Department of Defense or elements of foreign groups such as the Islamic State—dedicate increasing amounts of…

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    outcomes. What were they? The most important outcome was the emergence of two superpowers United States and the Soviet Union. The second outcome was the differences between these two superpowers in both national interests and ideology. The United States democratic liberalism was based on an economic system that provided opportunities to individuals without government interference: capitalism. However, the Soviet state embraced Marxist ideology, which holds that under capitalism one class…

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    welcomed. 4. Hierarchal Society: People accept power in the hands of few and will accept the inequalities within the society. a. For Four seasons an employee will not wait for instructions from supervisor to provide exceptional service in The United States as compared to an employee in France. Thus Four season managers have to invest more time in training employees in France in order to provide superior, personalized customer…

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    How did imperialists justify their actions? How did the anti-imperialists justify their position? Consider the role of race, economics, science, and religion. Moral implications of American imperialism are that we are just trying to extend our land to make more businesses and trade to help our economy. These are the justifications to our actions about taking over other countries. Anti-imperialist do not believe in the extension of land and territories. "the anti-imperialist's did not oppose…

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