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    box and once positively identified, Ruth would swap purses with the Soviet Agent and leave the store. Significant pieces of information were provided by Harry Gold who was working as a Soviet source under the control of Anatoli Yakovlev, Soviet Vice-Consul in New York City. Coordination between Gold and the Rosenberg group began after Feklisov and Yakovlev compared notes and saw a more efficient way to gather information by combining resources. It is not clear if the Rosenbergs were aware of Yakovlev’s involvement. Gold met with Dr. Klaus Fuchs while in New York City and received information relating to US nuclear fission development and the production of military grade weapons. Fuchs was a German born theoretical physicist working for the British government in support of the Manhattan Project. The information suggested a joint British and American project to produce an atomic bomb which greatly interested the Soviets. Gold received instructions to set up a series of meetings with Fuchs in order to gather as much of this information as possible. Gold received basic tradecraft training from the Soviets and utilized recognition signals, code phrases in the form of greetings and always used a pseudonym to ensure operational security when meeting with Fuchs. When Fuchs left the American east coast to work at Los Alamos, Gold received instruction from Yakovlev to pass the information he collected from Fuchs to Ruth Greenglass. At this point the spy ring was becoming very…

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    Harry Gold was a laboratory chemist who was born in Bern, Switzerland on December 11, 1910. He moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1914. When the war began he was a twenty-eight year old who lived with his parents and his older brother. They lived in a working class Pennsylvania neighborhood. Because of the great depression he was laid off from his job at the sugar chemical plant. He was offered another job that had very high pay which helped him support his family. There he was confronted by…

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    Ancient and Modern."). Ancient Egypt, Alexandria, had become a cultural hub for commerce, tradesmen, and all manner of people and ideas (Principe 9). The idea of alchemists stumbling toward their next discovery is refuted by the existence of techniques and operations that were fundamental to an alchemist’s primary goal of transmutation. The smelting of metals and the making of alloys was a fundamental and already established framework in Egypt…

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    answer is clear and concise; governing officials would no longer be hired on a salary, instead they would be paid in food for their families and even housing for them to stay in. I would even go so far as to argue that incumbents hired under these pretenses would be less corruptible and more morally driven. Government owned mines and farms would bring in the precious metals, livestock, and crops needed to feed and fund a needy society. Farm workers in my utopia are given housing, precious…

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    Even though Midas was a very wealthy king he still wasn’t satisfied with the riches he had, so he asked to have a golden touch, turning everything into gold, literally food and everything he touched, which he soon realized he couldn’t even eat anything without it turning to gold. Loy states, “today this simple yet profound story is even more relevant than it was an ancient Greece”(Loy 26). To bring his point across, I agree with Loy, because today no matter how much money some people have and…

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    One day Badger and Otter where in the cherry orchard. They were searching for food when they noticed a young man going into a shed with a basket full of freshly picked cherries. They both wanted those cherries, but they knew that the man would not just give them the cherries. So they came up with a plan to trick the man into giving them the cherries. They took pieces of wood, carved them to look like coins and painted them gold. Badger and Otter approached the man and ask for the basket of…

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    Illustrating that no amount of wealth was going to shift her way of thinking and pursuing her faith. Spirit was all for living in the way of how god wanted. She explains that by living in the puritan lifestyle there was a place that they could acquire. Spirit remarks a place typified as heaven and she describes “the streets are thereof transparent Gold” (224). Coming to the conclusion that whatever the world had there was to be much greater goods in heaven. The recompense would be worth it, if…

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    Moon Shadow In China

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    In China, there was a boy named Moon Shadow. Moon Shadow has never seen his dad before because, when he was born his father was in the land of the golden mountain. One day one of the family's cousins came to bring a letter from Moon Shadows dad, saying that he wants Moon Shadow to come back with Hand Clap to the land of the Golden Mountain( San Francisco). When he gets to San Francisco Moon Shadow, his father Windrider, his uncle's, Hand Clap, And Bright Star start a company. The company is a…

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    food and water. he says in the book that he could kill them one by one and they would not notice as they are so trusting towards him.“If I became a monster today, and decided to kill them, one by one, they would become aware only after most of the flock had been slaughtered, thought the boy. They trust me, and they’ve forgotten how to rely on their own instincts, because I lead them to nourishment.” they symbolize people like the crystal merchant and the baker who do not pursue their own…

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    Malcom Forbes once said, "Diamonds are nothing more than chunks of coal that stuck to their jobs". Although this statement is true, it does not mean that all diamonds are alike. Individuals find diamonds in different shades, with different levels of clarity and more. Thanks to advances in diamond cutting technology, individuals now have access to different styles as well. A good example of this is the sunshine cut diamond, one where the cut was designed in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida. Before…

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