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    The primary ethical issue that was addressed is whether it was appropriate for the Chicago Tribune to name the suspects of the schoolyard shooting, seeing as they were too young to be tried as adults. The article justifies the tribune actions by using the excuse that there is an exception to rules such as this one. Many people questioned if the choice to release names was ethical. There are theories that could back up the Tribune’s choice below. The first ethical theory that the tribune could have reasoned with was Mill’s Utilitarian Theory. This theory states that when making a decision, your main focus should be on the effect it has on society. The ethical decision being that it is better for society. I believe that the tribune tried to make this decision by contemplating if releasing the names of the suspects would do more harm to them than good to society. I think the decision they made was ethical. The article stated that when people hear about a crime as tragic as this one, they find ways to relate it to themselves and their friends and family. I believe this is true. A crime such as this, when the suspects are so young, makes people think. I think it gives parents and teachers a wakeup call, that issues should not be taken lightly. When putting a name and a face to a suspect probably helped…

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    Among the most magnificent towers/skyscrapers around world. Chicago Tribune wanted to build “the most beautiful office building in the world”. In June 1922, Chicago tribune wanted to build an unusual and a style that was never repeated. The tribune tower had to be an iconic building in Chicago. Chicago Tribune were looking for an image over substance, personality over character, Salesman and acquisition over production. To celebrate newspaper’s Seventy-fifth anniversary, the tribune declared a…

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    Sands vs. Chicago Tribune After reading both articles "What 's Wrong with the DREAM Act" by Peggy Sands and the "Pass the DREAM Act" by the Chicago Tribune. Sands ' article was better and more persuasive. It argued more effectively and it pinpoints the flaws within the law; it has better organization, and provides ways to improve the Dream Act better than the Chicago Tribune article. Sanders article is more affective and makes the reader understand. It is easy to follow and tells how the…

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    Wright. He then continued to sponsor Carl throughout his time and even publishing his first work. He also worked as an inspiration for Carl and help him along.While Carl attended the school he never once got a diploma but would later receive The Honorary Degree from Lombard, Knox college, and Northwest university. After college, Sandburg moved to Milwaukee, where he worked as an advertising writer and a newspaper reporter. While there he met and married Lillian Steichen. A Socialist…

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    Everyone in the United States has the right to bear arms, thanks to the Second Amendment to the Constitution. But should everyone have this right? The Editorial Board of the Chicago Tribune believes that people with a severe mental illness should be excluded from this right, in order to ensure the safety of the general public. They are responding to the House of Representatives’ recent decision to remove the rule that banned gun ownership of people who qualified for Social Security disability…

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    The mob was eventually able to gain entrance into the jail, where they abducted Neal Gillespie, his son John Gillespie, and Jack Dillingham following them roughing up and “interrogating” the six suspects (Wood). Following the abduction, the three men “were marched toward Spencer, but a halt was made at Henderson’s ball grounds in the edge of the town. There the negroes were given time to confess the crime. They refused either to deny or confess, and were so thoroughly frightened as almost to…

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    realizes his less noble method will be more effective and decided he had made the wrong “move”. The downfall of the Kelly administration was a large loss for the Chicago Organized Crime outfits as that administration was easily manipulated. “After 14 years as mayor, Edward Kelly was asked to step down in 1946. Kelly’s administration had been tied to organized crime, which along with the deterioration of the public schools and his efforts to bring Blacks in to the Democratic Party had alienated…

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    A Roman tribune is an officer or magistrate chosen by the people, to protect them from the oppression of the patricians, or nobles, and to defend their liberties against any attempts that might be made upon them by senate and counsels. The Latin word for tribune was tribunes. The word was originally used to indicate an officer connected with a tribe(tribus), or who represented a tribe for a certain purpose. This was indeed the character of the officers who were designated by it in the…

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    Back in the day a roman tribune was used to keep the peace.They defended the rights of the people when they couldn’t speak for themselves.It’s a person of a higher status that can communicate what the people want. Just like everything else there are always two sides, the good and the bad and the rich and the poor. The poor people were not able to get what they wanted and what they thought was right.The rich people even though they had stability they didn’t have the right to vote and were…

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    What Is A Tribune

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    A tribune is basically an officer of the Roman army they were below the legate and above the centurion. So they are basically the middle rank in the Roman army. They give commands to everyone that is under them and take orders from everyone that is above them. I wonder what it was like being in the Roman army. What type of weapons and armor did they use to defeat their enemies. How did they rank up in the Roman army was it by their loyalty or by how many kills they got in each battle. The people…

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