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  • National Rifle Association Analysis

    One of the biggest advocates of protecting the second amendment is the National Rifle Association. The Encyclopedia of Interest Groups and Lobbyist in the United States reports that the NRA consists of over 3 million members nationwide (pg. 532) The NRA was founded in 1871 with the purpose of training the National Guard to be sharpshooters as well teaching its other members how to shoot (pg. 532). The first president of the organization was one of the Civil War Generals of the Union, Ambrose…

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  • Racism In The Mississippi Trial

    The 1950’s was a time of fear for African Americans in the southern part of the United States. This was a time of segregation and racism. African American Americans always had to be careful what they did and said for fear of violence and/or even death. The Author, Chris Crowe of Mississippi Trial, 1955 was accurate in his depiction of the setting, characterization, and conflict of the southern United States in the 1950’s. Mississippi, United States in the 1950’s was a time of racism and…

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  • Columbine Shooting Research Papers

    They drove separate cars so they could park in different parking lots. They were going to put 5 bombs in each car and set them off so whoever was in the parking lot at that time would be killed. Eric and Dylan walked into the cafeteria with two duffel bags with a 20 pound bomb set to go off at 11:17 pm (History.com). They walked outside waiting for the bomb to go off. They waited about 5 minutes and when it didn't go off they knew the only choice was to start shooting everybody…

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  • Laws Stopping Racial Discrimination

    Laws stopping racial discrimination Incarceration Khannique Alonzo Dr. Williams 05/18/16 English Table of Contents l. Abstract…………………..…………………………….……………………….. page 1 II. Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. Page 2 III. History……………………………………………………………………………… Page 3 IV. Problem Statement…………………………………………………………..……… Page 4 V. Methodology…………………………………………………………………………. Page 5 VII. Data………………………………………………………………….…….…..…

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  • Descriptive Writing Wasteland

    The darkness seeped in, spreading through my entire body. It weighed my body down as if I was drowning in fear, suffocating, dying.I wanted to struggle and free myself, to crawl towards light but there was none. As far as I could see a hollow blacked canvas was engulfing me. That is when the overwhelming calmness came over me as I prepared to accept my death, and that is when the true horrors of my surroundings showed itself. I urged to my feet to trudge forward into the barren wasteland to…

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  • Character Development In Gym Candy

    If a person is looking for a book about football, this one is for them. If somebody is looking for a book about steroids, this one is for them. If somebody is a strange individual looking for a read that depicts the downfall of someone who has been caught using steroids, goes through depression, and loses everything he worked for, this one is for that individual. Gym Candy was my choice this month because I needed something that would keep me interested, and thrilled. The beginning of the book…

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  • The Columbine Massacre

    THE COLUMBINE MASSACRE: A DAY TO REMEMBER In the earlier days, schools were the safest places for students. Students were safer than they were at their homes because they were constantly being monitored by the school staffs and other fellow students. Today, school shootings are becoming a huge problem in America. It has become more common for students to express their anger with the intention of hurting or killing innocent classmates. On April 20, 1999 one of the most horrific school shooting…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Last Two Years Of My Life

    I remember sitting on the edge of a wooden brown chair facing the crowded streets outside my favorite cafe on a bright sunny day, phrasing the truth about the past two years of my life word by word. I would fold my short tanned legs underneath me, unfold them, then cross them, then fold them up on the hard wood chair trying desperately to make myself feel more comfortable. The rays of sunlight shining in through the large glass windows in front of me made my olive skin glow, and tips of my…

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  • A Tale Of Two Masks: A Fictional Narrative

    He watched the dancers move. He analyzed every detail, from the slight but graceful gestures of their hands to the flow of their steps. The weight of the bodies were well controlled, resulting in a smooth performance, with no sign of any stumbling. Flawless. Lovely. Like all of the dancers he’d seen on stage or even on TV. No matter what the dance, what music was playing, or what dance they were performing, it was lovely. It was vibrant, artful, flushed with color and spirit. And every…

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  • The Causes And Effects Of The Columbine Shootings

    COLUMBINE; AMERICA 'S AWAKENING “In a matter of minutes, two youths shot and killed 12 fellow students and a teacher, and wounded 20 others, before turning their guns on themselves,” says the article “The Columbine Tragedy, April 20 1999” from Historic U.S. Events. Overcome with hatred, two seniors, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, conducted a mass murder shooting at Columbine High School. This provoked fear and inspired a wave of other school shootings across the country. At 11:15 am, a mass…

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