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    Beach Boys Research Paper

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    The Beach Boys are an all-male and all American rock band that consists of five of them. They got together in Hawthorne, California in 1961. The original Beach Boys were three brothers; Brian who was born in 1942, Carl who was born in 1946 and Dennis Wilson who was born in 1944; later, one of their cousins Mike Love who was born in1941 and their schoolmate Alan Jardine who was born in 1942 (was replaced by David Marks before they got back together) grouped with them. Brian was actually the leader of the group; he wrote the songs, and arranged their harmonies. Their first single “Surfin” which was a double sided record, side B was “Luau” was released in 1961. But their first hit single in the United States was “I Get Around” from the alum “All Summer Long” which was released by Capitol Records in 1964. They first performed this song in Los Angeles, California May 12, 1964 when they appeared on the Red Skelton Show and shortly after they did their first live performance on the Ed Sullivan Show on September 27, 1964. Their album “Pet Sounds” was ranked number two on the rolling stones 500 greatest albums of all-time list.…

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    Nixon’s rhetoric of the speech is compelled by seven reoccurring themes: that “he is quitting for the good of the country even though he would have preferred to fight, his hopes that his resignation will start the healing of the country, his regrets of injuries that he may have caused while trying to make judgments for the good of the country, thanks his supporters and the country and forgiving his enemies, elaborating on some of his most impressive accomplishments, reciting parable about giving…

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    ideas. This speech would prove to be a catalyst for peace discussions and the forming of the constitution of the League of Nations. Wilson brought together both warring coalitions to attempt and adopt a treaty, the Treaty of Versailles, attracting them with points directed toward both parties. The Fourteen Points speech is still relevant today, in the continuation of the United Nations, a variation of sorts to the League of Nations. It could also be used in modern culture to evaluate…

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    Effects Of The Gilded Age

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    From 1865 to 1900, America was paving the way for industrialization. The country had built and invented more than anyone had thought possible. However, this time in history was known as the “Gilded Age”. The thought of going to an American city, getting a job, and getting paid was ideal to most outsiders. The problem was once they arrived and found a job, it was not as wonderful as it seemed . It was called the Gilded Age because, from the outside, everything looked wonderful, but on the inside…

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    protection, and the reservation of natural resources. He was a conservative at heart, firmly believing that big businesses need to be regulated in order to meet a high standard of virtue. By realizing that corporate regulation was more efficient than trustbusting, Roosevelt influenced the creation and passing of the Hepburn Act. This act greatly expanded the government’s regulatory powers. The president pushed for the Pure Food and Drug Act, simmering down the eagerness of quack medicinal…

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    A time came where change occured, which we know by the progressive era. This era was known for the age of reform. There were three progressive presidents during this era: Teddy Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and Woodrow Wilson. These presidents sought to develop the country’s economic, political, and social ways of life. During the progressive era, the three presidents tried their best to transform, what they thought was needed. The presidents were known for reforming what would help the…

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    America’s experienced growing sentiment toward the progressivism. In essence, this movement looked to answer the social and economic problems that America was facing. The two main presidents during the time period were Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. They both knew that America was facing a crisis. They each had their own vision for progressivism, but they were to be achieved through different means. Whereas Theodore Roosevelt attempted to solve the problems of the lack of industrial…

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    Maxson Family in Wilson’s Fences Troy Maxson is the main character in Fences and he thought he could be in complete control everyone that was close to him. As being read, it is easy to make the case that August Wilson 's play Fences is a tragedy and that Troy Maxson is its tragic protagonist (Wessling). Troy is a poor black man who once had a dream of becoming a major league baseball player. He never became a major league baseball player, because he was an African American. At the opening of…

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    1918. Woodrow Wilson played a major part in the United States entering the war overseas. Wilson’s role in the war was him joining and becoming one of the many leaders of the Allied Powers, and that he was the president of the United States of America at time the war started and continuing through and after the war. Wilson became one of the major leaders of the Allied Powers. Wilson had many successful achievements throughout his whole life, and these achievements and the changes he made during…

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    February 6, 2015 will always be a significant day in my life. It was a Friday, and it was also the day my aunt Pam lost her life to a tough battle with multiple different types of cancer. It was heartbreaking news, and all I wanted to do after finding out was go lay in my bed and cry. However, that 's not what happened, and the day was long from being over. It was a sunny, somewhat chilly Friday afternoon, and I was supposed to be dismissed early from my 7th period class to board the basketball…

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