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  • Phar Mor Fraud Case Study

    Phar-Mor Inc. was a discount drugstore chain that was founded in 1982 by Michael J. “Mickey” Monus. Within ten years of their first store opening, Phar-Mor had 310 stores, and over 20,000 employees in 34 states. Mickey Monus also owned Tamco warehouse, which was the distributer for Phar-Mor. Mickey Monus also owned 60% of each of the ten teams in the World Basketball Leage (WBL). While everything seemed to be growing, and succeeding rapidly, in reality the company was losing money. Between…

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  • Suicide In Willy Loman's Death Of A Salesman

    Claire and I choreographed a duet based upon Willy Loman from Death of a Salesman. We focused on the question of why Willy ultimately commits suicide. We decided that the answer lies in his delusions. His misguided beliefs of what his life has become are the start of the delusions and his idea of the American dream fuels them. In our dance I represent who Willy believes he is; a well-liked and successful salesman. Claire represents who Willy actually is; an anxious and insecure man who is no…

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  • Identity In Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman

    Scheidt, Jennifer L. CliffsNotes on Death of a Salesman. 15 Oct 2015 Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman addresses loss of identity and a man's inability to accept change within himself and society. The play is a montage of memories, dreams, confrontations, and arguments, all of which make up the last 24 hours of Willy Loman's life. The play concludes with Willy's suicide and subsequent funeral. It is reliable because the source (cliffsnotes) gives me a lot of information on the play i…

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  • Healthsouth Accounting Fraud Case Study

    Company Background HealthSouth Corporation, based in Birmingham, Alabama, is the United States’ largest owner and operator of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals. It is founded by Richard M. Scrushy and incorporated in Delaware on February 22, 1984 as Amcare, Inc. (Saux, 2014) HealthSouth Corporation hired more than 60,000 employees at 2,000 facilities which operating in 33 states across the U.S. along with its facilities in Puerto Rico, Canada, UK and Saudi Arabia. (Saux, 2014) It provides a…

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  • Comparing The American Dream In Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman

    The American Dream is a belief by people that if they work hard enough and long enough in this country, they will find success in whatever they do. The American Dream is constantly shown and depicted in movies and books by having characters trying to achieve this fulfilling life. This success for most people is shown through a good paying job, a big house, and a happy and very loving family. Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman is a character who tries his whole life to reach his American Dream.…

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  • Salem Witch Trials Vs Mccarthyism

    Although the Salem Witch Trials and McCarthyism isn’t know to have any common relationship, you’d be surprise how much similarities the two events have in common. If not known, McCarthyism is the practice of making accusations of subversion or treason without proper regard or evidence. The Salem Witch Trials was a time in Massachusetts where more than two-hundred people were accused of practicing witchcraft and twenty people were executed. Both these events took place in the U.S although it was…

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  • Death Of A Salesman Play Character Analysis

    During the play, an important discussion between Biff, Linda, and Happy occurs regarding the paternal alpha figure in the play, Willy. Prior to this discussion Willy displays himself as a hardworking, forgetful, and prided man. These traits begin to contradict each other which lead to this discussion about how Biff feels towards his father. There are many underlying factors that lead to why Willy has created this gossip between his kin, the concealment of the truth, and the solitude of Biff’s…

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  • Role Of Reverend Hale In The Crucible

    Reverend Hale is a scholar, and a preacher from Beverly. He is devoted to only taking an accused witch to court if there is proper evidence. Hale came to Salem to investigate the rumors of witchcraft intellectually. He is confused when he realized the girls are lying. Confusion turns to guilt when he realizes he may have caused innocent people to die. Once Reverend Hale realizes the girls are lying he second guesses to save the people still being accused of witchcraft. Reverend Hale is not…

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  • Giles Hardy In The Crucible '

    Who is on trial when Giles Corey interrupts the court? How have the charges against this person changed since Act II? Giles wife Martha is on trial when he interrupts. In act II she was accused of bewitching pigs, but now she is accused of bewitching the girls. Explain the charge Giles makes against Putnam? Giles claims that Thomas Putnam is only in it for the land so he has more power. The land of those who are condemned would be taken by the government and Thomas would buy that land. How has…

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  • Act 1 Abby In The Crucible

    In the book Crucible written by Arthur Miller there are many characters in the story that behave totally different from one other. Most of the girls in the book Crucible are not leaders and don’t have minds there own. Abby is a character that is in the book Crucible some readers may say she's a leader and some may thinks she's arrogant. Abby has many reasons why she may behave the way she does in the book. Abby is not mature in the book she is extremely young compared to John Proctor. The…

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