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    Joseph II was the son of and ruled alongside her between 1765 and 1780. He sought to expand imperial power and refused to be crowned king of , confiscating the Crown of Saint Stephen. b. Joseph II instituted broad social reforms, including the abolishment of the legal status of and gave peasants freedom to marry, engage in work, and have their children trained without the permission of their . The Enlightenment in Britain a. The Kingdom of Great Britain emerged as the preeminent colonial empire at the end of the , in which Robert Clive captured the city of and the rest of Bengal, and British troops seized Spanish and French colonies like Quebec, Manila, and islands in the Sea…

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    Propaganda, a collection of information in a misleading nature, it is used to publicize political thoughts. This is what Hitler did not realize during World War II. Even though one may say his war tactics started the Nazi Party, Hitler would not have gained control without a form of advertising. Hitler may have used the Brownshirts to start his regime, but Joseph Goebbels was his primary help when trying to get people to follow him. With the start of the Brownshirts, Joseph Goebbels’ help, and…

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    Animal Farm and Russian Revolution Comparison and Contrasting Final Writing Assignment In Animal Farm the animals take on the characteristics of the Russians from the Russian Revolution. The main characters in animal farm seem to be most like the main people who participated in the Russian Revolution. For example, in Animal Farm Napoleon seems the most like Joseph Stalin and Snowball from Animal Farm seems the most like Leon Trotsky. In Animal Farm Snowball was trusted by everyone after Old…

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    In the 1950s, with World War II being fought and communistic countries emerging, Americans feared that their government would be taken over by communists. This fear goes down in history as the Red Scare. Americans wanted to know that they would be protected from a communist takeover. One man saw this weakness in the American population as a way to gain personal power. This man 's power trip is now referred to as the McCarthy Era, an era full of witch hunts and lies. Joseph McCarthy allowed…

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    How are Macbeth and Joseph Stalin alike? Both Macbeth and Joseph Stalin can be described similarly in many ways. They can be defined similar based on their constant need for power and domination over others. Both Macbeth and Joseph Stalin are known for doing horrible acts in order to gain power or domination. Nevertheless, even though they have committed some horrible acts they never started off as the evil person everyone portrays them as. In the story called “The Tragedy of Macbeth”,…

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    Joseph Heller's Catch-22

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    a catch 22 as “A difficult situation for which there is no easy or possible solution“ (Merriam-Webster). In the book Catch-22 many characters face these difficult situations as they fight in World War II under harsh command of their leaders. Catch-22 has been challenged many times throughout the years as most books have been but with with the topics Catch-22 covers, war and government flaws, it is often the center of controversy and provokes people's emotions. In Joseph Heller’s novel we learn…

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    Napoleon goes into power along with another pig after the animals take over the farm. However, Napoleon is not satisfied with sharing his power so he sends trained dogs to scare off his opponent. He needs to use brute force to scare the animals into following him because he lacks charisma, “When they had finished their confession, the dogs promptly tore their throats out, and in a terrible voice Napoleon demanded whether any other animal had anything to confess.” (Orwell 83). Napoleon uses dogs…

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    Through Joseph Conrad 's great work the heart of darkness one can see that throughout his main novel he used common themes and used many literary elements, but one of the most remarkable things that Joseph Conrad used in his novel that truly made it unique was his usage of symbolism. Joseph Conrad’s usage of symbolism was ahead of his time and has truly found its appreciation in the current time but as it is noted through the various examples before Joseph usage of symbolism was so essential and…

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    The book I will be analyzing is, Kopet: A Documentary Narrative of Chief Joseph’s Last Year’s by M. Gidley. It was published in 1981 in Seattle, Washington, United States of America. This book is split up into three different sections: 1. Starting Out from the Meany Papers An introduction 2. Chief Joseph of the Nez Peres A chronology 3. White Witnesses to Chief Joseph’s End A Narrative This book discusses the last few years of Chief Joseph’s life, the white people…

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    creating a certain buoyancy. It was popular in Europe, especially in Vienna, because no matter nobility or common people, they liked music and dances. In addition, Johann Strauss I and his son Johann Strauss II were the important musicians in this genre. Waltz was originated from a triple meter folk dance in Austria, and initially regarded as vulgar dance. It gradually introduced into the city because the influence of the French Revolution. Relaxing and…

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