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    to form political alliances--alliances that later helped him run for Senate and for the presidency. He has also used this to help pass some legislation during his time in office. His placatory leadership style sometimes does not help him during times of polarization though, as he cannot handle it well. Obama has a good ideological vision, however, some critics say that is too influenced by his own liberal policies. He has a good record of being able to implement policies well during his time in office. His approach is believed to have taken shape during his time at Harvard where he worked with professors and other students often. His strong point is his ability to work with people of different views in an open minded way to help create the best outcome. President Obama attended Harvard Law School and is widely recognized for his intelligence and cognitive style. While there he even presided over the Harvard Law Review. Students of his note that he is able to depict not only his own views, but also those that differ while teaching--a feat that many cannot accomplish, for lack of open mindedness and understanding. His cognitive style is considered analytic and complex, which helps him conduct policy deliberations. Lastly, Obama is emotionally intelligent. He has shown great control of his emotions, something which Joel Achenbach of the Washington Post attributes to his “uncanny knack for avoiding mistakes.” He is not swayed by criticisms and accusations as so many of his…

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    Michelle Obama

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    america. She went to harvard.How did she become famous:She became famous for the broMichelle LaVaughn Robinson was born on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois, to parents Marian and Fraser Robinson. Although Fraser’s modest pay as a city-pump operator led to cramped living in their South Shore bungalow, the Robinsons were a close-knit family, with Michelle and older brother Craig pushed to excel in school. Both children skipped the second grade, and Michelle was later chosen…

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    Cheryl had worked at a daycare along with her mother Violet Amirault. These two ladies were accused of rape along with Cheryl’s older brother Gerald Amirault. The children told the investigators they were tied to a tree naked attacked by a clown, raped with objects and forced to watch the Amiraults kill birds. Police closed the schools and called concerned parents to a meeting. They suggested that parents question their kids, specifically about a magic room, a secret room and a clown. But…

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    In Chicago he was a community organizer before he received his law. He worked as a civil right attorney and taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School. During 1997 to 2004 he represents the 13th districts in the Illinois senate. Since January 20, 2009, Barack Obama has been the 44th United State President. In 2012, president Obama ran for the United States presidential election of 2012 for his second ter. In his acceptance speech, he asked the American people to choose his…

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    She helped launch Joining Forces, a program that helps veterans, their families, and service members fight off sickness, get an education, and job opportunities.(whitehouse.gov) Michelle also helped her husband, Barack Obama, win the reelection in 2017 by going around the country and delivering speeches to the people around the nation. (history.com) It would have been hardly possible for Barack to win without the help of Michelle. Michelle Obama had a very large impact on a ton of people,…

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    look up to Michelle Obama because she cares deeply about everyone no matter what, and always tries to make things better than they are or better than they may seem. In The New York Times (Bruni) talks about how women need to gain a sense of confidence in everything that we do, that we need to push through the rough times because we are strong and powerful. Michelle Obama is a very strong women who when the times a rough tries to help others before herself. Others look up to her, because the…

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    Barack Obama was born on August 4, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Organizing For Action). Before obtaining a political career, Barack Obama was a teacher and a civil-rights lawyer. In 1996, Barack Obama was elected into the Illinois State Senate and served for seven years, from 1997 to 2004. In 2008, Barack Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States of America. Obama made history, as he was the first African American president to be elected. In 2012, President Obama beat his…

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    community in Memphis. He was raised in a family of “hustlers”. His mother’s name is Geraldine Mims. In a video, she revealed that when Yo Gotti and his older brother, Anthony Mims, were younger, she boosted and sold pills. His family had a reputation for getting money and his mother is really known in Memphis for supplying to the people in their apartments. According to Robertson (2016), his mom and his aunts, Linda Mims and Jerry Mims, are the strongest women he knows. Educational/Employment…

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    we set as individuals, but about the lifestyle we’re promoting in our communities as well… It’s about the example we set in our schools… And it’s about establishing strong community partnerships that involve folks from every sector and every back round.” (Pg.430) Mrs. Obama uses these examples, and suggestions about how we could help stop obesity by changing our environment by the way people do things, and how people should work together as a community to fix these problems. After following the…

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    Exoneration Of Plagiarism

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    has to be their own words or otherwise, they have to have the level of accountability where they keep in mind and should quote the words of others, paraphrase it or make a summary of it and should provide citation for all that work they got idea and became influenced from and also should clearly discussed the borrowed idea. Most of the time politician say that I was influenced by someone’s saying but in reality his/her speech seems to become more than just an influence. Word to word…

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