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    José María Vargas University Abstract The Rockefeller Family has a passion for art and wealth, all the family together in their separate ways became a force to the American Changed. The sponsored museums like the Moma (Museum of Modern Art), the Folk Art Museum,and their architectural projects like the Rockefeller Center are just part of the cultural Legacy stated by the Rockefellers Family. The strong personality of six children and their past, has made of the Rockefellers a making family history fulfilling the American cultural life. David Rockefeller the youngest of the six children is one of the oldest billionaires keeping the world with expectations of his magnificent donations before he die. The history of the Rockefeller family begins with the marriage of two opposing families. The marriage of Eliza Davison and called "Devil Bill" Rockefeller was a union between the faith of a young oil salesman sagas. From this union was born John D. Rockefeller who started the growth of the wealth of the family. John created a bad family reputation between their competitors of their competitors. His son John D. Jr. was the one who was devoted to restore the name and reputation of the family. One of five children, Nelson, who was once again damaged the reputation of the family before public opinion. Then, over the years the fourth generation of Rockefellers he rebelled against his family personify stability. John D. Rockefeller was the first billionaire in the…

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    At the meeting, the scene is a fairly composed one. Leaders from both Chancellor and Auclaire were present and many were exchanging pleasantries and making small talk before the meeting begins. As the two houses had such a close-knit alliance, the openness and friendliness between the leaders was to be expected. The meeting room was a spacious one, that appears it could hold possibly thousands of people. On each of the walls, stood both the symbols of House Chancellor and House Auclaire…

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    Founding Executive Director of the Center for Defense and Homeland Security (CDHS) at Fayetteville State University. The CDHS included 22 multidisciplinary faculty who conducted funded research (including for NSF) in Cyber Security threats; National Security challenges; Homeland Security/GIS; and STEM Education and Outreach. Through Dr. Charles’ expansive research network, CDHS faculty and students were selected to conduct research at national laboratories such as MIT Lincoln Lab and Oak Ridge…

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    Sometimes new leadership is found in the most unexpected places. In unanticipated or unexpected situations, new leaders can, and will, rise to meet and satisfy the demands of the organization – and this was exactly the case with Midwestern State University and Dr. Dora Cartwright. While new leadership can bring forth new and refreshing ideas to organizations, it can also complicate matters and paralyze organizations if the transition to new leadership is not effectively enacted and…

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    One of these people is Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany. Merkel has constantly been determined by doing things that have been perceived as unattainable. For example, as a child, she constantly was at the top of her class, except the time she once failed physics. Instead of giving up, Merkel went on to earn a PhD in physics and physics became her first career. Merkel has often been called “the most powerful woman in the world today” (Llana). This power comes from her persistence through…

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    introduce two narrators to describe the Jarndyce and Jarndyce court case. Dickens views the Chancery Court as a pointless part of the legal system. Looking at point of view, dictions styles, imagery and symbolism Dickens provides background into the Jarndyce and Jarndyce case. The first two chapters of installment one, are written from a third person omniscient point of view. Third person omniscient point of view allows the narrator to know the thoughts and feeling of everyone. “On such an…

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    “The Virgin of chancellor Rolin” by Jan van Eyck This is a formal analysis of “The Virgin of Chancellor Rolin” by Jan van Eyck. This painting was created in 1435 and resides at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. It is painted on an oak plank with oil paints, and was created during the renaissance, a time of re-birth of Classicism, idealistic figures and naturalism, also to include a sense of reason and mythology, but Eyck was not your traditional renaissance painter. Eyck’s painting of the…

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    The Madonna of Chancellor Rolin The painting The Madonna of Chancellor Rolin, oil on panel was created in 1435 by Jan Van Eyck. He is known for his other well known religious artwork like The Madonna of Canon van der Paele 1436, The Crucifixion, The Last Judgments, and also The Ghent Altarpiece- Singing Angels 1427-29. He was born some time before 1390 and he died the 9 of July,1441. “Van Eyck pursued a career at two courts, working for John of Bavaria, count of Hainaut-Holland (1422–24), and…

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    “evidence,” and the last one “dividend.” Finally, the end of the post converges into a rather tarnished-looked umbrella of liberty, which is ironically unable to grant liberty to the abashed man seeking refuge under it. The tall, fit man, with a toupee peruke, dressed rather elegantly and holding a mask before his face with his left hand, reaching out and grabbing onto the man’s Figure 1. East India Stocks, “Pub.d. for the proprietor by W. Moore. W 48 New Bond Street & N Dicks Strand. March…

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    During the inter-war years, the Conservative Party was in power 17 years out of a possible 21. British politics normally saw an equal balance of time in government. A key underlying factor for this success was the Conservatives growing ability to understand their potential voters amidst the changes of the inter-war years. The inter-war years were marked by unique developments which could shape both the political system and the electorate who engaged with it. The electorate significantly…

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