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  • The Good Citizen Analysis

    Paper #2 – Critical Evaluation of Dalton’s Citizenship Measures Generations of the American people faithfully participate in government policy because it is an honor and privilege to engage in the fundamentals of our country’s political democracy. In The Good Citizen, Russel J. Dalton explores good citizenship and how it affects the country. Also, Dalton focuses on the millennials, and challenges those that do not care about the country. Dalton further analyzes how the norms have changed over…

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  • 13th Amendment Turning Point

    The later end of the 19th century showed huge change in American society, with special focus being on the 1860’s onwards because of the legal change giving slaves in the USA rights to be a human being. From being classed as animal, black American’s now had opportunities never before faced, however this change did not happen overnight. Although vitally important in the abolishment of slavery in American, it becomes obvious that the 13th amendment was not the turning point of civil rights in the…

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  • Analysis Of Timothy Snyder's On Tyranny

    Who could have possibly envisioned that the American public would appoint a tyrant as president of the United States―a seemingly free and fair country? Timothy Snyder writes On Tyranny to prepare readers for tyranny that may not be as remote or as improbable as they may believe with the Trump Administration as his main focus. The twenty lessons inform the audience on strategies to thwart fascism before it overpowers a nation. As a professor of history at Yale University and a novelist, he uses…

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  • Leslie Marmon Silko: Questions

    Jose A. Gomez Ms.Knox ENC 1101/CRN 10050 1 September 2017 Lullaby Questions 1.Leslie Marmon Silko was born on March 05,1948 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States When she came to this world her father had to work in his family grocery store and be a photographer for the United States army around the same time her mother started to work Leslie had to spend her days with her great grandmother. When she was six years old her father was elected as Tribal Treasurer and has found out many…

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  • The Case Of The Prosecutor V. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta Case

    The case of The Prosecutor v. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is a case that had been tried on the issue of crimes against humanity regarding to the 2007-2008 post-election violence in Kenya under article 7 of Rome Statutes. The case was started when President Mwai Kibaki was being re-elected as president and led to series of protest, fight and demonstration. This is because it was likely that the opposite side candidate will win the election, but as President Mwai Kibaki used inhuman way to win the…

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  • Harry S Truman Accomplishments

    Harry S. Truman was the 33rd president of the United States, just after president Franklin Roosevelt died. He wasn’t a very successful president, but he was able to face steep situations. He had overcame with many difficult challenges. The main accomplishments was that he ended World War 2,and helped rebuild Europe. Harry S. Truman was born on 1884, May 8, in a farm in Lamar, Missouri. In his early life, he worked on his family farm and did other work before he became a soldier. When the united…

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  • The Importance Of The Day After The Super Bowl

    Should The Day After The Super Bowl Be A National Holiday Did you know that the day after the Super Bowl, a reported 10.5 million people called in "sick", and 7.5 million went in to work late? Or that ⅓ of the country watches the biggest sporting event in history, this huge sporting event? People are debating about whether everyone should have off of school and work on February 5th, the day after the Super Bowl. Some people say that their child is just too tired to learn, or that they can’t go…

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  • Analysis Of Read Mayor Mitch Landrieu's Speech

    On May 19 2017, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, gave a speech at the Gallier Hall at the same time the final four Confederate monuments were being removed. Katherine Sayre wrote an article, ”Read Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s speech on removing New Orleans’ Confederate monuments” in The Times-Picayune, that included the mayor’s full speech. In his speech Landrieu’s main focuses were to rebrand the history of the city of New Orleans, taking a stand to lead the nation, and no longer being silent about…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Obamacare

    encouraged members of Congress to pass the health care reform he was proposing. He encouraged them through addresses, many speeches, and his State of the Union addresses in the years 2009 and 2010 (ProCon.org). During the 111th Congress session, both parties put forth over one hundred health care bills. Republicans voted against increasing the amount of money spent on health care. And Democrats voted for public option. There was a health care act passed by the House Democrats in November 2009…

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  • Compare And Contrast Obama And Bill Clinton

    Once a president is elected, they must do what their administration has promised to do for the people they will be serving. President Bill Clinton became the 42nd president of the US States, serving from 1993 to 2001. He was affiliated with the democratic party. Same as Barack Obama, who had taken office as the 44th president and is still serving. Both presidents had served two terms and made major changes in the way America is today. Through a careful comparison and contrast of the both Barack…

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