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    Fiorina was the first female CEO of a Fortune 50 company. But now all of these three have set out to become the next President of the United States. They say they want to change America. And they don’t want to just be politicians. When they all announced their run for cadency many political figures laughed it off. None of them thought that they would get this far. And many American were also doubtful. How can someone that doesn’t know how to play the political game get this far? Well it is simple; they are doing what the system says not to. They are not being politically correct. They are representing how the American people have felt for generations. And from all the evidence shown by the populous, many Americans believe they can. In Greta Van Susteren’s report, “Is America Ready for an Outsider?” the candidates had this to say about politicians. “TRUMP: Politicians are all talk, no action. FIORINA: Our founders never intended us to have a professional, political class… CARSON: I 'm not a politician. I don 't want to be a politician.” Susteren put these comments at the beginning of her report to stress how much these candidates do not want to relate to politicians. These statements are meant to evoke a sense of disgust with our current chain of command. It was Susteren’s plan to make us think in such a manner so we the readers could connect with them more. Everyone likes connecting with their leaders. It is human instinct to follow what you believe in. So when reporters…

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    Greta Lovisa Gustafson was born September 18, 1905 in Stockholm, Sweden. She is most known for her acting during World War 2. She had the biggest impact than any other actress in the 20th century. Greta introduced method acting to the screen. She also made people reconsider how they pictured women on the screen. She was portrayed the most beautiful women that ever lived. With this beauty and style she began to become millions of people’s first pick in their heart. Greta was the youngest child…

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    Hollywood is, of course, seen by most be the absolute pinnacle of glamour, and Grand Hotel is widely considered one of the most glamorous films of its era, an era even referred to as “the golden age of Hollywood glamour”. Cotemporary film critic Blake Goble of The Michigan Daily referred to the film as ‘the original Ocean's Eleven for its star power’ and called it the epitome of ‘grand, old Hollywood’. The assessment is accurate not only due to the star power of the cast, which includes two of…

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    1960's Popular Culture

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    was a fashion idol to young girls everywhere. Her short, “boyish” haircut and leggy frame embellished the covers of every famous fashion magazine. 1960s fashion was largely youth-driven. Throughout her career, movie star Audrey Hepburn wore simple, flat shoes, three-quarter length pants, and plain black shift dresses. Her clothing style and her beehive hairdo, was copied by millions of women worldwide. Jean Shrimpton made deadlines when she wore a thigh high white dress to the Melbourne Cup in…

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    time came where the women wanted to wear shorter skirts and dresses, nylon tights became an important part of a woman's wardrobe in the late 30’s. Hollywood stars began to have a stance in the fashion world by this time period, especially with accessories. Gloves were a staple in many women’s minds. They were worn during the day and during the night , but longer ones that went up to around the elbow for the night looks and shorter gloves for the day and the women usually made them match with…

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    One example of an allusion is “At night, in the small flat on Kapucynska street, she learned a new noise: the anvil blows of German artillery, Somewhere else women her age were slinking into nightclubs and dancing to the music of Glenn Miller, bouncy tunes with names like ‘String of Pearls’ and ‘Little Brown Jug.’ Others were dancing to newly invented jukeboxes at roadside joints. Couples were hiring babysitters and going to the cinema to see 1939’s new releases: Greta Garbo in Ninotchka, Jean…

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    The silent cinema offers a treasure grove for the study of film acting. In the absence of sound, it shows performers constructing their respective characters by only using their bodies, not their voices. For this reason, silent cinema demands maximum expressiveness from actors. Rather than conveying their emotions by means of words, performers of the silent era knew how to express their feelings through gestures and facial expressions in such a manner that their feelings could be easily…

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    not allowed. She idolizes this family and their white ways. She even adores their little blonde-haired, blue-eyed daughter. She treats the little girl better than she treats her own daughter, Pecola. All of this can be attributed to the fact that Mrs. Breedlove does not like herself nor the social position she has been placed into due to her blackness. She dislikes herself so much that she tries to adopt white ways. She even goes so far as to sort of pretend that their beautiful little daughter…

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    presented a distraction against the Depression (“Popular Culture during the Great Depression” 1). When one is confronted with the concept of “pop” culture, possibly the first component of this topic that comes to mind is the world of film. Undeniably, movies were some of the more prominent innovations of the 1930’s. Sound had been newly introduced to the motion picture with films like The Jazz Singer and Lights of New York, both of which were released in the late 1920’s. In an earlier age,…

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    himself does not fall prey to the exact masculine pride that he seeks to destroy. He gets implants and though he has lost all masculine traits, he opts for breasts, the defining trait of the female body. Myron deems women better than men in all cases and since Myra is extremely self aware and has a biting conscience, she too deems women better than men, not just in terms of physicality but also in terms of moral values (Neeru 68). This brings us to the suppression of women in the compressed…

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