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  • Indian Removal Act Rhetorical Analysis

    events with the words of President Jackson, and the possible hypothesis, not much occurred after relocation. The assumption is rather plausible; without knowing the historiography, one could assume Native Americans did quite well after relocation. Casinos, tax exemptions, sovereignty all seem to represent collective tribes that benefited from relocation as President Jackson illiterates. However, the assumption is completely false, and the lack of historiography only supports the counter…

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  • Socio-Cultural Approaches To Addiction

    As a social work student, being a part of many class discussions regarding addictions, sexual addictions are among the least talked about and probably the least understood of all addictions. Listening to the podcast the knowledge gathered suggest sex addiction is the progression of an intimacy disorder as a result of neurotic sexual thoughts and acts. The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity has defined sexual addiction as “engaging in persistent and escalating patterns of…

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  • Walt Disney: The Consequences Of Failure As An Option

    Failure is an option Every successful entrepreneur must be have this traits which is failure is an option . Failure is an option can be define as when you do something wrong, you learn from it, and try to avoid damage and do your best. Normally people is try to escape for making a mistake or avoid to fail while doing something. We should always prepare a plan B for doing anything else, it is because instead of we are doing wrong at least we having a plan B. Learn from the mistake and take it as…

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  • How American Culture Has Influenced My Life

    The United States has always been “home” to me because I feel that I have lived a bit of the quintessential American story. With immigrants for parents who was hoping for a better opportunity than what was offered from their home country. Moreover, my upbringing was a blend of my parent’s home culture and the new American culture combined with a United States education. As I have matured, I have noticed how much my life has been influenced by society’s opportunities and issues. The American…

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  • Weaknesses Of Fidel Castro

    Castro justly opposed to racism, prostitution, drugs and gambling, where segregation laws in public places such as cemeteries and shops was abolished and casinos and night clubs were shut down. Castro’s commitment to his people was prevalent in Law Number 49 which was passed one month after he assumed power, where he demanded that all social services must be provided to people in need. Article 43 of the Cuban…

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  • Cuba In The 1960's

    The United States and Cuba are currently mending their relations that would end a non formal diplomatic relationship that started in the early 1960’s. The break lasted for a long time because of the United States and Cuba history before Castro took power. The Cubans and Americans also had different economical and political views. The allies that Cuba had were enemies of the United States, and they also humiliated the United States during the Cold War. The United States and Cuba had a history…

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  • Informative Essay: The Role Of Government In American Lives

    government. These projects are funded through the state that hire thousands of men and women. Training and career development are made available for individuals in need of a career, funded by federal and state governments. After losing my job in the casino industry, the unemployment agency provided me with essential information on programs that would allow me to get training on a trade and find a job. There was also an option to enroll in a college degree program that was funded by the state and…

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  • The Big Thirst: The Secret Life And Turbulent Future Of Water By Charles Fishman

    it, flaunting it” (53). In Las Vegas water is manipulated by hotels and corporations to make their business more attractive to visitors. Simply by walking down the Las Vegas strip people can view ridiculous amounts of water being employed by the casinos. Las Vegas is one of the driest cities in the United States, but uses enormous amounts of water to attract huge amounts of tourist. This matters because Las Vegas is using more water than cities in the United States that receive enormous amounts…

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  • Comparing Visual Pleasure And Narrative Cinema

    Gilda, film by Charles Vidor follows the romantic tragedy of two strangers turned lovers Johnny (Glenn Ford) and Gilda (Rita Hayworth). Johnny is a gambler from Buenos Aires that is caught cheating in the game and casino owner Ballin (George Macready) decides to hire him to watch his wife instead of prosecuting him. The plot develops and Johnny and the promiscuous Gilda begin a relationship and husband Ballin finds out and fakes his death. The story then follows Johnny and Gilda in the wake of…

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  • Kentucky Lottery Gambling

    The lottery is very simply a form of gambling in which participants bet a sum of money on a particular, uncertain, event occurring; which is, in this case, specific numbers being randomly picked. Although the lottery was, at one time, illegal in the United States it has since made it’s recovery upon being re-legalized in the name of the government making money without raising taxes. Since its revitalization per the United States government, the lottery is not only alive but also alive and well.…

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