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    John Adams was the second president of the United States of America. He was a very honest, independent man who wanted to keep his country safe and out of war. Adams had a major influence on our country, but most of it had already been begun by our first president, George Washington. Some of his immense accomplishments are signing the controversial Alien and Sedition Acts, and avoiding the unofficial Quasi War. Adams was born on October 30th, 1735 in Braintree, Massachusetts (Biography of John Adams). He was named after his father who was a deacon at the church. As a kid, he grew up on the family farm in Braintree, where he farmed with his father Senior John Adams, who was his role model. Very few know about his mother, Susanna Boylston Adams, who died during his first year of being president. She remarried shortly after his father died of the flu epidemic, to a man named Lt. John Hall (Biography of John Adams). During his childhood you would have never known Adams would become president, he had no aspirations to do anything school related and wanted to spend all of his time outdoors. His favorite hobby was hunting, he would hunt whenever he had the chance.…

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    In 1600s England John Locke was an Enlightenment Philosopher who believed in natural law. Locke had many achievements during his time that people could think of as good or bad. I think that Locke´s accomplishments that he made during his time should be thought of more as good rather than bad. During his early life John Locke was born in Wrington, England in 1646. He was sent to Westminster School for six years. Then he went to Oxford for 4 years and got his master´s degree in 1658. Locke…

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    Of Mice and Men is an American literary classic. It is a novel, and was written by John Steinbeck in 1937. Of Mice and Men tells the story of two migrant farmers named George and Lennie. George is a short man - both in temper and height. He is traveling with his childhood friend, Lennie. In many ways, Lennie is the opposite of George: while George is small of stature, his companion is big. Lennie also has a mental disability, which causes many characters in Of Mice and Men to comment on his…

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    John Wilkes Booth had is opinion on something and did not stop until he achieved his goal, weather it was moral or corrupt, because he disagreed with the movements to try and stop slavery, he wanted Lincoln to die for all of the things that he did, and in the long run he thought what he did for the country was for the better. What is right in a person’s mind could be completely wrong in another person’s. John Wilkes Booth lived a very interesting life and achieved many accomplishments, some…

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    This essay will address Labour Parties electoral performance in the 2010 and 2015 General Election. There are several factors that affected Labours performance in both the 2010 and 2015 General Elections. For example; the economy, the growth in power for the SNP, party identification, introduction of challenger parties, leadership Add more factors. Considering that Labour are formally a left-wing party means that they tend to care more about society than the economy. As a result, Labour have…

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    Born Margaret Hilda Roberts on October 13, 1925, Thatcher grew up in Grantham, England (Biography.com Editors). She did not grow up in a wealthy family. Her parents were the owners of a small grocery store, and their family lived on the second floor (Biography.com Editors). She grew up in a lower middle class environment, which influenced her political agenda in the future, letting her realize it was possible to work your way out of lower classes. She was introduced to politics at a rather…

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    Margaret Thatcher, Often referred to as the Iron Lady by the Russians was the Prime Minister in Britain from 1979 to 1990. She was look upon by the British people with both respect and hate, either way she had a strong and successful career. Thatcher was not merely unpopular, she was very polarizing – some liked her, other disliked her. There are many reasons for why the British people hated and respected her. In the movie Pride, it is very clear why many people disliked her. Her economic…

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    In John Cheever’s short story, “The Swimmer”, the author presents several minor themes– each linked to one another. Some of these themes: social status, money, and love, pave the way for the development of the major themes. During Neddy’s journey along the Lucinda River, his encounters with his neighbours coupled with his repressed memories develop the major themes of the short story. Towards the end, as Neddy’s blocked memories progressively become a reality, the central themes – repression and…

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    When he did that it got a lot of people interested in what was going on. Because of that many people got mad. When he did not get into mississippi state he tried many others but was rejective. Many people saw how bad it was and many of them got angry with them. When John F. Kennedy saw it he ordered 500 federal officers to take James into the college grounds. When people started to see it on the news mobs of people came very mad and started to throw bricks at officers and some even had…

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    1. What was the major conflict of the play? The major conflict in the play is that Lennie as the mind of a small innocent child although he is an adult. Therefore when he has made mistakes he gets treated as an adult would since he is physically and adult but mentally a child. 2. Which character had the most interesting objectives? What obstacles did he/she encounter? What was his/her action (tactic) to overcome those obstacles? In my opinion, the character with the most interesting objectives…

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