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  • Symbolism In Kostoglotov's Cancer Ward

    In the book, Cancer Ward, a clear villain is never fully identified, however, the book uses symbolism to described the omnipresent fall of the U.S.S.R and the state under Stalin's rule. This is represented by the character named Pavel Rusanov, which is emitted into the cancer ward and forced to undergo treatment. Rusanov is both a standard worker for the state, as well as an informer working for the secret police. This unnerves Rusanov, as recently a man he helped arrest over eighteen years ago…

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  • Animal Farm Analysis

    novel written by George Orwell that serves as a manifestation of his hatred upon totalitarian dictatorship. This book is about an animal rebellion that can be related back to real-life events that followed the Russian Revolution of 1917 in the Soviet Union. The Manor farm was the place where the rebellion took place and Mr. Jones, a drunk who did not take any responsibilities of his animals thus causing the animals to fight for food and the freedom, was the owner of the farm. A boar named “Old…

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  • Ku Klux Klan Propaganda Essay

    The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920’s was one of the most dangerous organization and they were on the rise. The KKK had it reasons on why they did what they did. The famous W.E.B. Du Bois broke it down in an article on the KKK. The Ku Klux Klan of the Dallas, Texas takes action of the actives of the Klan in 1922. The KKK does a lot harm in the community but in their mind, it is justice is serve by them. Henry P. Fry wrote “The modern Ku Klux Klan “in the 1922 and his involvement with the KKK. The…

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  • Anne Frank And Violins Of Hope: A Comparative Analysis

    During a time of Nazi oppression and tyranny, the Jewish people decided to resist Hitler by either using passive or active resistance. The Jews that used active resistance chose to sacrifice their life to actively fight against Hitler’s party and avoid dying in humility in the gas chambers; whereas those who choose passive resistance choose to try to save their family, themselves, and the identity of their culture by hiding and keeping diaries. In the “The Diary of Anne Frank” and “Violins of…

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  • Reflection On The Holocaust Experience After 9/11

    In 1812, Napoleon attempted to invade Russia, but failed due to the harsh winter. Over 100 hundred years later, Hitler attempted to invade Russia again during the winter, illustrating how history tends to repeat itself. When pointing to the Holocaust, a commonly held belief is the Holocaust will never repeat itself, however, certain aspects of the Holocaust continue to repeat over human history. In the United States after 9/11, racial targeting, profiling, and discrimination turned toward people…

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  • Brazil National Identity Analysis

    Jeffery Lesser’s Immigration, Ethnicity and National Identity in Brazil is a motivated, praiseworthy effort to describe the complex, evolving relationships between immigration, ethnicity, and national identity in Brazil since 1808. Brazil declared its independence from Portugal in 1822. But their connection to Portugal lead to many of the problems it had after its independence. Brazil has been always, even from the times it was a part of Portugal, a slave state. It was its national identity,…

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  • Cold War Misunderstandings

    The Cold War began from mistrust, misunderstandings, and misconceptions between both the United States and the Soviet Union. While World War II was happening the Soviet Union, the United States, and Britan formed allies to take down the Nazis. After the war, the Soviet Union had different goals for the future of Europe than the rest of the Western Allies creating tension. The death of President Roosevelt, who was a supporter of Stalin and replaced with Truman, who agreed heavily with Britain,…

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  • Essay On What Caused The Great Depression Of The 1930s

    One of the results of the war that furthered the economic chaos in Europe and eventually the U.S. was many European nations became debtors to vice creditors of the U.S. This economic shift greatly impacted the international economy and reduced the international market for U.S. goods. This is not to imply concerns over the post-war global market caused the great depression of the 1930s, but it certainly contributed. By the early 30s, things in Europe began to unravel from the previous treaty,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Cutting Foreign Aid

    By 2050, the world’s population will reach 9 billion. The first question coming into people’s mind is where can we fit all these people? However, the most important question should be, how are we going to feed all these people? While other regions have reached the limits of agricultural yield per hectare land, 60 percent of Earth’s uncultivated land is located in Africa. Not only that, but Africa’s resources such as coal, oil, and gas are in demand and the majority of the developed world has…

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  • Labour Union Benefits

    Labor Unions In the United States, labor unions are organizations which fight for workplace justice and to improve the quality of life for the average working family. They are typically made up of an organized group of workers who band together to make decisions or lobby about conditions affecting their collective workplaces. There are over 60 unions representing over 14 million workers throughout the country (What is a Union, 2015). Most people believe that unions only represent industrial…

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