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    His main innovations in the manufacturing industry included “cost control, low prices, low profits”(206). Many entrepreneurs such as Henry Ford and Pierre du Pont followed Carnegie’s lead. Carnegie started the trend of profit maximization by cost-cutting. Carnegie knew that “machines cost less than men,” and he also learned “what each of the man men working at the furnaces was doing”…

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    The Peterloo Revolution

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    It was around 1799 that the French Revolution would finally come to an end. For Britain, the elites were strongly opposed to the Revolution’s ideologies - Liberty, equality, fraternity – afraid they would lose their political power. There was, unavoidably, a pressure for change: in this period, only middle and upper class men could vote. The press was under the censorship of the time leading to the government creating the “Taxes of Knowledge” - taxes and duties that would be imposed upon…

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    The Holy Catholic Church

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    From humble beginnings to an oppressive doctrine, the Holy Catholic Church truly underwent change throughout the course of Medieval history. Seen in these two letters, Clericis Laicos and Unam Sanctam, are what would seem to be the culmination of all this history: the responses of Pope Boniface VIII to the continued pressures of secular rule and its jurisdiction in relation to the Church and its functioning. With the Church’s rapid increase in size and influence over the past several centuries,…

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    George’s Trains Business Scenario After completing a model train for his nephew sometime time shortly after World War I, George Olieux began a small business of repairing model trains for individuals. This later, assisted in the growth of his current business George’s Trains, which became a store front business owned and operated by George Olieux in 1962. George’s Trains is now a business that specializes in the sale, repair, and trading of model trains of all makes and models. The organization…

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    Changing a Company’s Culture Purpose The purpose of this paper is to describe Ford Motor Company’s change in organizational culture. What did Ford Motor do to make the culture of the organization better overall; not only as a better work environment but financially as well? Additionally, viewing Ford’s culture before the company changed along with the steps Ford Motor incorporated to change its culture. Furthermore, how efficient, and effective the step implemented in change were? Finally,…

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    Founding Father George Washington took office in 1789 as our first president following his role as a leader of the Continental Army in the American Revolution. Many American victories were won under his command which included winning independence from Great Britain. President Washington’s strong values and principles helped a shape a nation in desperate need for guidance and leadership. James Monroe said to Thomas Jefferson, “Be assured, his influence carried this government.” (Personal…

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    On August 8, 1974, President Richard Nixon became the first President to resign from his position. He was facing impeachment and criminal trial for the Watergate Scandal. With no where to turn and his options run out, Nixon gave his last speech as President, where he resigned and apologized to the nation. Nixon’s resignation speech does not meet the expectations of a fitting response, as defined by Lloyd Bitzer, for the rhetorical situation he was in following the Watergate scandal. Nixon…

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    A film is an art form. Composer, Henry Mancini, once said, “the real creative power is in the mind and heart of the composer.” Henry Mancini was the composer for Touch of Evil and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. While these two films may seem like they don’t connect with each other at any point, they do and it is with Henry Mancini. By examining Touch of Evil and Breakfast at Tiffany’s through the lens of Henry Mancini’s music choices we can see that Mancini’s music choices were just as important as…

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    or remained as the same person that stepped into your classroom for the first time. And to be frank with you Schilling, my actual objective for Speech 100 was to progress into a decent speaker, so that one day I could possess the same atmosphere as Henry Clay. Bearing in mind that Clay was valued as one of the greatest speakers that has walked on this earth. Likewise, Clay is considered as the great compromiser for no reason, seeing that Clay managed to resolve numerous problems that transpired…

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    The story takes place during World War I. An Italian nurse meets a wounded American soldier. They fall in love. Due to circumstance, they're separated from each other. The American soldier goes back to America to get a job. The Italian nurse, Luz, stays in Italy to open her own hospital in Pordonone. In the time that they’re apart, the Italian nurse has an affair with an Italian major. Luz writes to the American soldier telling him that their relationship was just a boy and girl love. The nurse…

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