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    to give a reason to overlook their extreme ideas the Nazi Party created public work projects which dropped unemployment by half and boosted the economy greatly. To connect the nation of Germany, improve infrastructure, and to secretly reinstate the military Hitler built highways. In 1935, Hitler increased military forces to gain Germany’s territory back, he also did this to restore the nation and its pride. These actions of the Nazi Party gave further reason for the majority to either accept…

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    President John F. Kennedy and Benjamin Franklin were two men who independently fought for a purpose that brought about change where they resided. President Kennedy fought in a life-risking war and saved his country from mass destruction which could have began another world war. Benjamin Franklin was a founding father of this Union who wanted people to be more efficient and resourceful to avoid being wasteful. Together, President John F. Kennedy and Benjamin Franklin took advantage of the…

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    Political Parties What is a political party? It is a crew that is form to elect and hold strength in the government. How many political parties can we name? Most of the citizens of America can name the two major popular parties such as, Republicans and Democratic. Beside the two major parties there are several more parties that hold a great large amount power. We have Libertarians and Green parties that also have a group of forceful individuals that satisfy the citizens’ desires that must be…

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    Before, Fidel Castro became president there was a time where Cuba was like the rest of Latin America it held a religious foundation. The Communist Party ruled the island, so churches were closed, nationalized properties owned by a religious organization. Soon, little by little, religion made a comeback; the government eased restrictions on open displays of religion and even churches were reopened.…

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    Speech: The American Dream

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    America the Dream The American Dream is a matter of perception. It is what you as an individual perceive it to be. I believe that with the right motivation and proper guidance, the American dream is possible. In today’s society, more opportunities for a higher education are provided for us but so few are eager to take it. Programs such as FAFSA are resources provided to us in order to give us that extra push we need in further educating ourselves, but to some it still isn’t enough to consummate…

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    The 1930 's and 1940 's was a dark period for Germany. Their economy, based on foreign captain, suddenly collapsed when loans were due and the world market for German exports dwindled. Hitler seized this opportunity and grew the Nazi party reaching one hundred thousand members. (Thesis:) Hitler used the Jews as a scapegoat for the depression because the Jews were rich and prosperous and were easy to blame, yet he targeted other racial groups such as Slavs and Blacks and carried out his promises…

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    Is Andrew Jackson a Hero, or a Villain? “One man with courage makes a majority." This quote by Andrew Jackson perfectly portrays the life, the character, and the overall Presidency of Andrew Jackson. Andrew Jackson became the seventh President of United States of America on March 4, 1829 and served two terms until March 3, 1837. During this time frame, Mr. Jackson completely revolutionized the Presidency of the United States by winning the popular vote, and by being the direct representative…

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    The film Bulworth follows the campaign of a senator that is running for elections in the State of California. As soon as the film starts we are introduced to the high level of corruption that occurs in a political campaign or as politicians refer to it as simply campaign. By the end of the movie it is clear that the film portrays current American politics. The film makes interesting references to how race, gender and class matter when it comes to our political system. However it is also very…

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    Racism, a major issue in society for hundreds of years, even after the abolition of slavery, still affects millions of people. African Americans today still sensitivities towards racism, and the reading of Huckleberry Finn demonstrates the pertinence of racism today similarly to two hundred years ago. When reading novels containing nineteenth century racism, African American readers are exposed to the torments their ancestors were put through, and the novel can have a positive or negative effect…

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    First Lady of the United States, United States Senator, and Secretary of State are some of the titles that have been attached to Mrs. Clinton over the years. However, after her defeat in the 2008 Democratic Party primary to political neophyte and eventual President, Barack Obama many believed that the curtain had come down on her political career. Nevertheless, Hillary Clinton with such tenacity told us to never count her out. Before the election had started…

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