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    In The Condemned of Altona, there is the internal and external conflict of free will and whether or not it can be controlled by a person. Father, the patriarch, father of three, and an almost too true to be a real businessman, is shown as someone how follows society and loves money and power. Franz, the eldest son, said to be dead, is an ex-soldier who despised the Nazis, enlisted in the Russian army and later the American army, but lives life thinking what he done was right, but later feeling the guilt as would his father. Werner, the second son, new heir to the family business, is not a typical business man, but a lawyer, and sees others as equal rather than being superior to them; however, shows he wants his father’s approval on many occasions and would eventually agree to become the next CEO, thus changing his free path to one his father intended for Franz. In summary, the three main men show the internal and external conflict of living life under free will and whether someone else controls their future more than do themselves. Father is shown as an informer and an obvious true patriarch. Father who runs the family business, intended for his Franz to take it over in the future; however due to his son’s “death” and his soon death, he has to force Werner to take over the business. As mentioned, Father intended his eldest son to take over the family business when he was old enough, therefore, training him to be a CEO; however Franz surely became CEO material, was also…

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    In Lorraine Hansberry’s play, A Raisin in the Sun Walter Lee and Beneatha both have great dreams but encounter at least one barrier to their success. In both cases, Walter Lee himself is the barrier that stands between Beneatha's dream and Walter’s dream. Beneatha also finds a barrier in her race and gender. Walter Lee dreams of having a lot of money and becoming a successful business man while Beneatha dreams of becoming a doctor, yet they both find that in their attempts of reaching their…

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    Krik Krakkok Analysis

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    Sometimes, people can’t picture how poor life can be for others. Where is the hope? Suzette in New York Day women describes one aspect of life in Haiti as “In Haiti when you get hit by a car, the owner of the car gets out and kicks you for getting blood on his bumper” (Page 128). In the novel Krik? Krak!, Danticat is trying to send the message that when humans are abused, killed, and have such a poor quality of life, they find hope in symbols, superstitions, and future generations. Abuse and…

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    Learning Journal 1. Based upon the information provided in class on the traits and characteristics of entrepreneurs, evaluate whether you fit the stereotype. Explain. Based upon the material we have covered in class on different types of entrepreneurs. I would consider myself as a Habitual entrepreneur, because I would like to start one business. The reason is, I think if I started on I could focus more on one thing. Also I wouldn’t want to sell something I worked on so hard to start. Plus if…

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    Andrew Carnegie, a self made millionaire stated “the man who dies thus rich dies disgrace” (Carnegie). The inspiration came from his belief that men like him held a great responsibility to contribute their wealth for the good of mankind. In his essay “The Gospel of Wealth” he emphasizes on how millionaires should spread their wealth even by leaving a positive impact in the world. However his main concern is how wealthy man should contribute to society when they’re alive. According to Carnegie,…

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    The first scene starts with the eastern train "whirling onward" (Crane 79) from San Antonio through Texas, going west toward Yellow Sky. Jack Potter, Yellow Sky's town marshal, is on the train with his new wife, who "was not pretty, nor was she very young" (Crane 79). They are happy but uncomfortable, the bewildered them with all the amazing things. They were not used to it, and they are unnervingly aware of the proper surroundings. The travelers, and the waiter, and porter, look at them…

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    Question businesspeople were asked What do effective leaders do? ‘motivate’, ‘create a mission’, ‘build a culture’. What should they do? ‘Get results’. The answer has been age old. Many have made careers of testing and coaching executives who want to create businesspeople that turn bold objectives into reality. No research shows exact leadership behaviors that show positive results. The given expert advise has been based on inference, instinct and experience. Hay/Mcber consulting did a random…

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    Some voters may find Trump appealing after hearing his statements due to the fact that they feel like they are a part of his in-group since some voters could also be businesspeople, and so they feel obligated to vote for him due to this similarity. They may also believe, due to his confident, authoritative tone that he will be able to pull the nation out of its economic dilemma. Voters using critical thinking, on the other hand, will find Trump unappealing as a president considering that there…

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    it is not illegal, then it is justifiable. They find a reason to suppress their moral conscious. It is not unusual for dumper to pushes the responsibility to others. Some businesspeople may even disvalue another human being because they perceive those who live in an undeveloped country as having a lower quality of life. If I were one of the manufacturers of Tris-impregnated pajamas, I would rather take my loss even it means to put my company at financial risk or losing my job. I would not…

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    Throughout this course we have learned that there is a clear connection between organized crime and public officials, such as law enforcement, lawyers, judges and even the president. But corruption is not only prevalent with politicians and public officials. It also instills legitimate businessman as well. The reality is that organized criminals, legitimate businesspeople, and government officials are equal players in a marketplace of corruption (Lyman, 2015). The organized crime and…

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