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  • How Did Jane Addams Change America

    became convinced that it would be a good thing to rent a house in a part of the city where many primitive and actual needs are found” (Addams, 48). Addams then went on to buy a 43,560 ft^2, later known as the Hull House, in a poor neighborhood of Chicago, with her friend Ellen Gates Starr. The Hull House remained her home until her death in 1935. These early experiences, all before the age of 30, helped mold Jane Addams into the reformer she became. Addams didn’t have any financial backing or…

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  • Jane Addams Speech Rhetorical Devices

    The well known and respected activist Jane Addams wrote and delivered a speech in honor of George Washington’s birthday to Chicago’s Union League Club on February 23, 1903. Within the course of her speech she affirms her views on the significance of George Washington’s legacy. In addition, she uses George Washington’s legacy to make a point about the then-modern day society that she and the audience lived in. In order to effectively communicate her point, Jane Addams uses lots of rhetorical…

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  • Al Capone Research Paper

    lifestyle by the age of 30. Living that lifestyle, always comes with a price; especially if it’s not legal at all. Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone rose in the 1930s to become one of the most notorious mob bosses in history. His actions not only affected the Chicago area, but had a major impact on the gangster himself. Prohibition, Gambling Dens, Whorehouses, and Gang Murders all made him the popular mob boss that everyone knows about today. Capone was born on January 17th, 1899 in Brooklyn, New…

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  • The Great Chicago Fire: What Does Chicago Look Like Now?

    The beautiful streets in Chicago were once burning buildings and smoke, the waters were once bridges leading on the flames, but what does Chicago look like now? The Great Chicago Fire was a devastating event. The fire left many areas in ashes, but now they have rebuilt their city into a modern town with many skyscrapers and monuments. Chicago's architecture has transformed the town because they have fixed the construction issues flaws of 1871, Chicago was built from ashes and now plays an…

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  • Raisin In The Sun Segregation

    of the black experience in Chicago through segregation and the hidden or blatant racism Black people like me experience. The play is written by Lorraine Hansberry a black female writer that wrote A Raisin in the Sun for Broadway. Lorraine Hansberry is from Chicago and understands what it is like to live in segregated housing in the city. A Raisin in the Sun revolves…

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  • Lin-Manuel Miranda In The Heights Musical Analysis

    to a 2016 audience in Chicago. And in saying so, there are plenty of parallels to draw within the setting of the show and the Chicago area itself. Washington Heights, the small, urban neighborhood in which In the Heights takes place, compares to many of Chicago’s smaller neighborhoods. In being similar to Washington Heights (along with holding the mutual relationship of just being a part of a large urban city in the United States of America), various neighborhoods in Chicago have a vibrant…

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  • Modem Essay

    Introduction The following report will discuss what is a modem, how they work and where the technology for them is headed. One of the most common questions that are asked is, what is a modem? Well modem is an acronym for (modulator-demodulator) which essentially means that its primary job is to encode and decode binary signals to allow computers or essentially any end systems to access the Internet. Originally, phone lines were used to carry analog information and a converter was needed to…

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  • Nostalgia In Contemporary Music

    Nostalgia by definition is a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, normally associated with a point in time in which one felt this abstract notion of what it means to be happy. In creating this song, this is a word that often came to mind and I think that’s due to a sort of nostalgia I felt in creating a song out of pure enjoyment and raw feeling, an element I feel is missing in the mass production and commodification of contemporary music. I don’t find fault in the electric…

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  • N Logue Case Study

    In order to increase this technology to every single poor rural area of India, n-Logue adopted a model mainly fashioned by a business of franchise based. They believed that management and delivery of services of the internet can easily create a level of the chain of supply that is more prestigious to any user. In this decentralized model, we can easily see three various levels of network of interdependence. One is n-Logue, second, Local Service Provide and the last one is Kiosk Operator. All…

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  • Broadway Vs Hollywood Movies Essay

    Chicago, Mamma Mia!, and Hairspray all premiered in theaters while their counterparts were still on Broadway. There is a reciprocity to these relationships as the marketing prowess of Hollywood gets the name of the productions out to the masses, and a hit…

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