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    For your upcoming re-election campaign of Barry Goldwater to be successful, we need to come up with a plan to placate voter concerns about Senator Goldwater’s health and age. This Campaign is coming at the perfect time with President Carter so underwhelming in office and such a charismatic upcoming Republican presidential candidate like Reagan, we believe that Republican voters will come out of the woodwork in higher numbers. Due to this prediction my team and I have done a poll and based on the data we’ve collected, below is my plan to help get Senator Goldwater re-elected. We were excited to see that voters do not think that age and health are too much of a concern on its own, which is a positive because that means we only need to worry about diverting their attention away from the candidates lackluster attendance in the senate in his last term. The poll showed us that Arizona constituents feel that regular strong attendance is a key in order for a senator to be doing well so we need to steer the attention away from Goldwater’s attendance record to his stances on popular voter concerns as…

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    Reagan conservativism could have consumed multiple chapters or volumes. Dr. Allitt provides to the reader various thumbnail sketches of conservative figures during critical junctures in American history. Its chronological order from the Federalist through the beginning of the 21st Century; provides to the reader a basic understanding of how Conservative movement attempt to reshape the American experience. The conservative movement as we know it was established sometime in the 1950’s in the…

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    peace in Russia. Nixon claims that he knows how to maintain peace with Russia since he was Eisenhower’s vice president. Nixon runs ads of Eisenhower endorsing him, with video clips of praise coming from Eisenhower at an event. When comparing the two nominee’s ads, it is clear to see similarities and differences. John F. Kennedy ran a campaign based on domestic issues, and Nixon ran a campaign centered around foreign policy. Both candidates, however, used video clips from President Eisenhower…

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    Following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Vice president Lyndon B. Johnson was transitioned into office to finish out Kennedy’s term. At this point in time, Republican and Democratic parties began campaigning for the upcoming 1964 election. The Republican nominee opposing Lyndon B. Johnson was past 5 term senator Barry Goldwater. As part of Goldwater’s campaign, future president Ronald Reagan gave a speech on national television that raised over 8 million dollars. This would come to be…

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    The Conservative Movement

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    He said “The root evil is that the government is engaged in activities in which it has no legitimate business” referring to the federal government’s creation of social welfare programs and laws that according to Conservatives, was the right of the state to make. (S&L 62) Goldwater’s most popular stance, however, comes farther down the page, when he says the magic words that every conservative at the time had been thinking “The government must begin to withdraw from a whole series of programs…

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    In 1964, one short year after JFK’s assassination, Barry Goldwater ran for President of the United States against Lyndon B. Johnson. Goldwater lost in landslide, coming up short in one of the most lopsided presidential races in American history. At this point, Ronald Reagan was a b-list actor turned tv star, and although Barry Goldwater’s campaign was obviously unsuccessful, it did lead to Ronald Reagan’s monumental “A Time for Choosing” speech and the start of Reagan’s wildly successful…

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    Hank Aaron, one of the greatest baseball players of all time, influenced many by his actions on and off the diamond. Hank Aaron was born in Mobile, Alabama on February 5, 1934. He was the the third of eight children in his family and the child of Herbert and Estella Aaron. Hank grew up fascinated about the sport of baseball. Any amount of free time Hank had he was playing some type of baseball. He grew up playing with only a stick and bottle caps. Herbert would occasionally make him baseballs…

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    Baseball Observation Essay

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    As I walked into the stadium, the smell of hotdogs and popcorn filled the air. It was a familiar setting. A setting I had grown to know very well because my dad loved baseball. The red white and blue colors were everywhere as fans came from every direction into the stadium. My dad and I walked to the outfield where the opposing team was warming up for the game. Turner Field in Atlanta was not only home of the Braves, but a home to many baseball fans. The concessions and amenities for the fans,…

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    Have you ever been in a situation that you feel like doing the right thing, even when others might do something different? Everyone has courage, but what is rare is when people actually show it. In The Diary of Anne Frank Play (written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett) the Frank family, the Van Daan family, and Mr. Dussel are all Jewish people who need to go into hiding to stay safe during World War 2. Miep Gies is one of the people that helps hide them. Miep shows courage by helping the…

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    they had a doctor prescribed drug that would increase your brain's capability of functioning, so your test results and knowledge would increase significantly in just weeks. Would you take it? Now imagine yourself struggling in the minor leagues playing baseball and providing too minimal of pay to support your family. Then, someone introduces you to a drug that will increase your fast twitch muscles and allow you to recover faster, hit farther, run faster, and several players in leagues above you…

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