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  • Nike Globalization Analysis

    started making serious money. This is where the switch from an athlete serving athlete to money making business occurred. Naturally, after searching for cheaper and better place to manufacture their products they ended up in countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Pakistan, Indonesia, China and Mexico, the typical sweatshop havens of the world. In all fairness Nike is not the only business reaping benefits of the extreme gap in economic conditions of the world, but as a very public company…

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  • Giant Catfish Case Study

    other wetland zones. Not much information is known about the habitat of juvenile giant catfishes as they are very rare to be found. Genetic analyses have shown the possibility of two individual spawning grounds located in Northern Thailand and in Cambodia but further investigation is needed for…

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  • Where Sweatshops Are A Dream

    He tells about the garbage dumps “of festering refuse… emitting clouds of smoke from subterranean fires” in order to give the audience a sense of disgust (Kristof). He uses various stories and quotes from people living in the garbage dumps of Cambodia. Then, he backs up and shows how good sweatshops are in comparison. This point is also surrounded with personal stories. Smirl’s arguments are more systematic. She addresses how people romanticize the idea of locally grown food because they…

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  • Essay On Sun Bear

    Did you know that there is a bear that is smaller than most humans? This bear is the Sun Bear. The Sun Bear has many unique qualities including that it is the smallest bear on the world! The Sun Bear is very interesting to learn about, and is not hard to learn about either. A Sun Bear is very simple, but yet really fun to learn about! This is a great animal to learn about in class. I hope that you enjoy learning about this animal, because I did. Sun Bears are very interesting animals, and here…

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  • What Are The Similarities Between The Cold War And Communism

    The Cold War, a war not of physical combat but everything else, a war between capitalism and communism, a war like the many before it, bears with it shortcomings along with merits. This war made both sides tense and paranoid. President Truman would introduce his famous Truman Doctrine, which would confirm the paranoia against the communist regime. Which in turn angered neighboring nations, The kremlin, and select few Americans. The war caused the two superpowers to set their sights to the stars…

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  • Richard Nixon Accomplishments

    Richard Milhous Nixon, 37th president of the United States, was conceived January 9, 1913 in Yorba Linda, California. Nixon was a standout amongst the most disputable lawmakers. He utilized the socialist alarm of the late forties and mid fifties to launch his profession, however as president he facilitated pressure with the Soviet Union and opened relations with Red China. He was president amid the social liberties development and the Vietnam War. Nixon swore that he would unite America,…

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  • Personal Statement: Working With Children

    They did not have a chance at the American Dream. My father and his family came over to America when he was a young boy. They resided at a local refugee camp in Cambodia. Luckily, they were sponsored over by Bethel College Mennonite Church to come over to America. My dad being the oldest of 5 children wanted to provide for his family, since they came over with nothing. His first instinct was that money would solve…

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  • The Role Of Music In The Anti-War Movement

    Throughout history, war antagonists transformed their concern, empathy, and anger into emotional poetry, visual art, or music. Although war culture typically fell into the pro-war category, the Vietnam War’s musical culture was different from other wars in that its song fell into the anti-war category because of the negative sentiment towards the war that new technology and the media were perpetuating. Rock and Roll eventually became knows as the “weapon of cultural revolution”, as it influenced…

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  • Moderate Antiwar Activism Analysis

    Moderate Antiwar Activist I am writing this letter to throw my weight behind the antiwar activism going on at the university and around the country. It is entrenched in our constitution that it is our basic right to protest and there could be no better time to exercise that right than in the current situation considering the irresponsible move by our government to send troops to Vietnam. Imagine what the world would be like if we all remained silent about these issues of national interest. Ours…

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  • A Modest Proposal: A Satirical Solution To Human Trafficking By Tori Quintel

    forbes). Mam says that she celebrated the opening of a beauty salon named after her on October 11, 2013. This beauty salon is partnered with Esteé Lauder to implement a suite of education and training courses for survivors of slavery. Also, AFESIP Cambodia, an organization Mam co-founded, has "combated sexual slavery by rescuing victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation and providing recovery and skills training to help foster economic empowerment" (Mam forbes). This…

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