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    Benjamin Netanyahu was born in October 21, 1949 in Tel Aviv, Israel. While he was born in Tel Aviv, Netanyahu grew up in Jerusalem. At an early age, Netanyahu lived in Philadelphia because his father’s job as a professor required them to live there. Despite living in America, Netanyahu left for Israel in 1967 to serve in the Israeli military. While there, Netanyahu would serve in the Israeli Defense Forces’ elite unit, which is one of the most well trained and exclusive military units on the planet. While he served in special forces, Netanyahu helped rescue a hijacked jet plane, effectively saving multiple lives. In 1972, Netanyahu returned to America in order to attend college and earn his degrees in architecture and business at the Massachusetts…

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    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu needed the support of Shas and United Torah Judaism to successfully form the government. In their work on multiparty competition in Israel, Norman Schofield and Itai Sened (2005) typify large secular parties like Labour and Likud as high valence parties in an equilibrium state, and religious parties like Shas as low valence. They demonstrate that In the equilibrium figure, the low valence parties (such as Shas or NRP) are scattered apparently at random along…

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    American/Israeli Relations - What’s Happening, and What’s To Come The U.S. Israeli relations are at a rocky point. Where it stands right now isn’t where either side wants it to be, but their leaders conflicting views promise a bumpy path ahead of them. What ensures the slow decent into darkness for the Israeli state and the U.S. is the rough relationship between the leaders, the reliance Israel has on the U.S., and the Israeli-Palestinian relations, which Israel is not trying to fix. The…

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    Doug. Common Sense Powerpoint. Woodbury. 16. Print. “Small islands, not capable of protecting themselves, are the proper objects for kingdoms to take under their care; but there is something absurd, in supposing a continent to be perpetually governed by an island” (Thomas Paine). Paine, Thomas. Common Sense. Charlottesville, Va.: U of Virginia Library, 1993. Print. “WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR WAS A FRENCHMEN LANDING WITH AN ARMED FORCE AND ESTABLISHING HIMSELF KING OF ENGLAND AGAINST THE CONSENT OF…

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    George Washington was a strong fighter with good battle strategies. He specifically helped the Patriots win the American Revolution by assisting in the defeat the British at the Battle of Yorktown with the help the French army, and by simply being the commander of the Patriot Continental Army. Without George Washington as commander, the Continental Army would not have been successful in defeating the British. Benjamin Franklin proposed many great ideas about separating from England during the…

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    Benjamin Franklin believed that every person can become more wealthy, healthy, and wise through hard work and self discipline. I believe in his belief because it doesn’t matter how difficult or easy it is to accomplish a goal; at the end of the day, what counts is the satisfaction of the work and experience a person puts into it. Franklin didn’t favor luck or opportunities, but instead became successful through hard work. Franklin was many things such as an author, inventor, scientist, and a…

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    face of the United States. Some used their strength and power, but these two individuals helped change the United States with their education. The knowledge that Benjamin Franklin and Fredrick Douglas have is much respected. It is the reason why their names are still being used today. These men changed the world for the people they stand up for. Benjamin Franklin helped the Colonials to gain independence from Britain. Fredrick Douglas help identify the wrongs in slavery and helped give the ideas…

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    The ‘American dream’ is an often debated term- generally believed to encourage entrepreneurship, tolerance and liberty. While debated, the mark of a country’s intentions can be seen in whom they respect or whom they deem to be important or relevant. Colonial America struggled to adhere to their desire for freedom. What seemed a black and white definition was in actuality only favorable to a select few. As in Europe, the rich white men were at ease and power, whilst the lower classes had…

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    Franklin’s body (History.com 4). Franklin will soon after invent the most important necessity people will need for typical daily life. Benjamin Franklin was born on January 17, 1706 in colonial Boston (History.com 2). Josiah Franklin, his father, was a full time soap/candle maker. Franklin’s dad was married twice and had 17 children, him being the eighth…

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    When Paine was thirteen he worked with his father as a stay maker, but he later worked as a tax collector. As a stay maker, he hunted smugglers, collected liquor and tobacco taxes. In 1760, Thomas Paine’s wife, child, and business as a stay maker died. In 1774, two years after publishing “The Case of the Officers of Excise,” he got fired from the excise office, but soon met Benjamin Franklin convincing him to move to America. Thomas Paine arrived in America on November 30, 1774, where he helped…

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