George Bonanno

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  • Kim Jong-Un: The Dictator Of North Korea

    Imagine a society where the government has stripped its people of their most basic rights. The corrupt, abusive government enforces extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions, and other acts of sexual violence. Secretive prison camps operate where anyone who speaks out against the society’s ruler or its government is subject to starvation, forced labor, physical torture and other acts of cruelty. No one is allowed to use the internet for any reason, and all…

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  • Bunker Hill Essay

    The most important battle of the revolutionary war is bunker hill because it plays the most important role to winning the revolutionary war because the the amount of people killed and captured and the land gained by this battle.All the battles played an important role but the evidence points this battle to play the greatest role in defeating the british . It was the best because the land gained . The amount of british killed and the amount wounded .And the fact that we won the battle and it gave…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Is Boxing Ever Justified?

    Twelve rounds, 36 minutes and did either contender ever quit tossing? Forward and backward, two glad 147-pounders winging haymakers, the title of the world's best welterweight on hold, every battling with the desperation it justified. The Barclays Center group booed the choice, yet you think about whether it was on account of rather than Round 13, a really young looking usher was guiding them towards the entryway. This was what boxing could be, what it ought to be. "On the off chance that you…

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  • Spying In 1984

    Any government has absolutely no right to spy on their own citizens. Whether is the United States, or the totalitarian government of 1984, Spying on innocent citizens should not be permitted. the act of spying is limited by law, threatens democracy, and illegally obtained evidence can be used to incriminate someone unfairly. It has been 230 years since the United States constitution was signed, yet the government still follows the law of the land. The right of privacy was established when…

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  • Create A Dystopian Society Essay

    Would it be nice to live in a perfect society? Free from hunger, war, poverty, and more? Well unfortunately, a utopian society does not exist. A utopia is defined as “an imaginary and indefinitely remote place. A place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions. An impractical scheme for social improvement” (Merriam-Webster.com). In the book, The Giver by Lois Lowry, it explores the idea of what if we lived in a utopian society. However, as the story progresses we…

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  • Uneducation Is Power Analysis

    The slogan “Uneducation is Power” captures how the Party remains in control by keeping the masses ignorant. In Goldstein’s book, the Party accomplishes this by being perpetually at war, eliminating contact with foreigners, and fabricating the past. The three superstates are always at war with one another to ensure that the general population does not become more educated. On page 191, Goldstein states, “The essential act of war is destruction, not necessarily of human lives, but of the…

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  • Use Of Satire In Animal Farm

    Animal Farm, a short fable written by George Orwell, is an allegory of the Russian Revolution, and could symbolize any kind of revolt in general. He did an amazing job setting up the characters and I loved how each of the animals had their own representation of a group of people in real life. Systems of government were also represented in animal farm, as well as in the game of musical chairs that we played beforehand. The story begins with a drunken and negligent owner, Jones, and a beautiful…

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  • Raiders Of The Lost Ark Essay

    Indiana Jones can’t keep himself out of trouble when it comes to searching for lost treasure. That being said, his adventures are a roller coaster with twists and turns that you would least expect. “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” with George Lucas, the executive producer who birthed “Star Wars”, and Steven Spielberg as the director who made “Jaws”, is an out-of-body experience that requires an immense amount of imagination. The movie grabs you and hurtles you through a series of…

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  • Pablo Picasso: Interwar Period

    Pablo Picasso, one of the most well-know painters of the interwar period, immersed himself into the art world through his formal art training, religious beliefs, and foreign travels. Pablo Picasso, born in Málaga, Spain on October 25, 1881, experienced World War 1 and the interwar period at the prime of his art years. At 37 years old when the interwar period started, he and by then had developed many styles of his own. Following traditional beliefs of the 1880’s Picasso was baptized into the…

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  • The Role Of Mistakes In The Revolutionary War

    Do you remember the shot heard clear are the world. Who do you think fired first? The battle took place at Lexington on April 2, 1775. This event happened right after Paul Revere's ride. The Red Coats were led by Major Pitcairn and the Colonist were led by Captain Parker. People say that the first shot fired in this battle could be heard clear around the world. This event leads up to the Revolutionary war. I believe that the colonist fired first. Some people may think the Redcoats fired…

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