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    Rand's Fountainhead

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    The Unfortunate Human Tendency to Conform (An anlysis of Ayn Rand’s Fountainhead and a quote from Colin Wilson) The much debated topic of the independent and dependent nature of human beings plays an interesting role in the theme and plot of Ayn Rand’s Fountainhead and is the main idea in the quote from Colin Wilson. Some argue that the group is redundant without first developing the individual. This is certainly Rand’s, and by extension Roark’s approach. The antagonist, Toohey promotes the…

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    Part A: Dystopia Essay In the novel Anthem by Ayn Rand the word “I” is lost and there is no individual because people are slaves to the society's system in which everyone's lives are being controlled by the government. The individual cannot survive in this world of Dystopia because it is a sin to set yourself apart from everybody else. In the novel it says: “To be free, a man must be free of his brothers. That is freedom. That and nothing else” (pg. 101). This quote shows the concept in which…

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    The novel “Anthem” was written by a Russian-American author known as Ayn Rand. Her philosophy consisted of Objectivism; reality exists independently of consciousness, that human beings have direct contact with reality through sense perception. Anthem was written in 1937 when Ayn Rand was 32. During this time, Russia was undergoing a purge; known as, the Great Purge. The novel shares the same societal characteristics as Russia which was undergoing a communist revolution since 1917 led by Josef…

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    Vivisection, which is derived from the Latin word “vivus” which means alive. It is a type of researches which sets live animals as experimental subjects and use invasive techniques test on them.Vivisection experiments involve the uses of animals for product testing or in education and conduct researches or experiments for corporations, agricultural facilities, and military bases. According to the research more than 100 million animals are killed in the U.S. laboratories each year which does not…

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    Clayton State University: MBA Program Pitch Marketing Expectations Clayton State University’s MBA program is targeted to the working-class as well as first and second degree managers that desire to move up. The focus of the MBA program is to meet their needs for personal tangency and support, while making it a priority to improve learning, retention, and graduation rates. Given our student needs and limited system resourcefulness, we plan to continue to offer a focused set of academic…

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    Evolution Of Hacking

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    In the article, The evolution of hacking by Jose Pagliery stated that" The whole concept of "hacking" sprouted from the Massachusettes Institute of Technology nearly 50 years ago. Computer science students there borrowed the term from a group of a model train enthusiasts who "hacked" electric train tracks and switches in 1969 to improve performance." From this, we can see that hacking initially…

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    2.8 Plan and Timeline Phase I research will require only the resources supplied by UMBC and RLM Communications. Additional resources will be required in Phase II and those will need to be secured ahead of our Phase II timeline. In Phase I, the following timeline will be required to secure the stated resources: 3 The Innovation (1-3 Pages) 3.1 Description A detailed description of our innovation is provided in the Technical Discussion and R&D Plan. 3.2 Technical Challenges and Risks…

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    As a book told in the fiction context, King Coal by Upton Sinclair describes the gruesome, harsh reality of working in the coal industry in the 1910 from mining issues such as the hopes of getting a job in the industry of coal in the western states of the United States, the harsh mining conditions, and miners being taken advantage of by their bosses. The book discusses two mining in general locations where all the stories are told by Sinclair himself: Rocky Mountain and Pedro (6). The author 's…

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    Common Core Essay

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    talks about why states are retreating from the Common Core. She mentions in her article a quote from Rick Hess, a resident scholar and director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, “"People felt like they hadn 't been told about it," says the American Enterprise Institute 's Hess. "To people who were skeptical, they thought, 'How did you sneak this past everybody? '(Bidwell)." Hess and Bidwell were referring to the Common Core set in place by Obama and his…

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    In the book, Anthem, by Ayn Rand, one of the main themes revolves around relationships. The relationship between Equality and the Golden One is very special because in their society they are not allowed to talk to the opposite gender, let alone look at one another, but they feel a connection so strong they try making it work. Equality knows how special the Golden One is and tries to forget about her, but he knows he can’t and needs her in his life. Throughout the course of the text, the theme of…

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