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    The People Who Changed the World By. Daniel Martin Throughout time billions upon billions of people have lived on this planet. Most live their lives and stay a part of the crowd. But some rise above the crowd and completely change how people live forever. So, I chose to write about the lives and actions of a few of these people. Although many of these are people who chose to try and change the world for the better, there are a few who’s actions were not beneficial but instead caused world wide…

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    The Third Party System

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    Political Parties have huge impacts of things that go on in today’s society. Many political parties are well out spoken and are mostly heard than seen. What is a political party you may ask? A political party is an organized group of people with very similar thoughts and opinions politically. They seek the influence of those who have political power to get their candidates put into the public office. Politicians may talk about anything from taxes to education. Whichever catches the attention of…

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    affected Germans' especially. Because the Treaty of Versailles, which judge by the German's leader one of the element of ruined Germany and made the German people under the races of other national In Europe. The national socialist German workers' party " Nazi Party" depends on three elements. To change the situation in Germany and made the huge shift in politics, economic, and social fields.…

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    The Republican Party is one of the two major parties, the other being the Democratic Party. It is a party whose core values and interest have drastically changed over time. Although the party is younger than the Democratic Party it chooses to be called the Grand Old Party or GOP. Its main supporters are white voters, it’s against big government and is associated with conservative social policies. The party fights for the idea of laissez-faire, private business and it opposes the welfare state.…

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    there were no definite political parties in the United States, however people knew their views and noticed how they differed from other peoples. However, these views weren’t very tightly held and weren’t as important to people as much as they are closely valued today. However, there are two major political parties in the United States today. These are the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, formerly known as the GOP, or Grand Ole Party. However, before these party names came to be, and…

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    holocaust The German economy encountered setbacks because of the requirement of reparations payments under the Treaty of Versailles. The Nazi Party campaigned on the promise to reject the treaty of Versailles, anti-Semitism and the removal of the Weimar republic. They promised to strengthen the central government and increase living space for Germanic people. The Nazi party took advantage of the effects of the collapse of the stock market to promise provision of jobs and strengthening the…

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    Subliminal Stereotypes

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    Germans. There were films that focused on the so-called Martyr’s of the Nazi party; they also compared the Jews to rodents who were spreading diseases all over Europe, and many other films. But Goebbels did something interesting, he didn’t want there to be just heavy political films in the Cinemas and ordered many comedies to be made to give Germany a “lighter” look and to help the people of Germany be even more unsuspecting against the views of the Nazi party. Goebbels wanted to make sure that…

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    continually searched for an answer to the “Jewish Question.” Under the leadership of Adolf Hitler, Germany attempted several solutions including discriminatory laws, sterilization, and segregation. In early 1942 the Nazi Party had the answer to their “Jewish question” and called it the Final Solution. What is known as “The Final Solution of the Jewish Question” was the Nazi’s attempt to purify Europe and create their master race by eliminating the Jews of Europe. The Nazi ideology of a “master…

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    through which the party on the other side sees the world. And I do not believe that we understand anyone’s politics, right or left, without it. For we all have a deep story.” Saying that the deep story connects with the social groups within the National borders of the United States. Where everyone has a different definition of the American dream: working hard to achieve it and seeing the people with less, only hoping them luck that they can get wherever they’re…

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    “know-nothing” – The Know-Nothing party emerged during the mid-1850s and derived its name from the reluctance of its members to acknowledge its existence. Its rise was precipitated by the explosion of Irish and German immigration from the period of 1840-1860. During this time span, over 4 million Irish and German settled in the United States; the Irish made their homes mostly in the Northeast while the Germans went to Midwest. Members of the Know-nothing party were nativists who disliked the…

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