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    However you may choose to refer to Henry Ford, unscrupulous robber baron, captain or industry, or visionary industrialist; his investment in Ford Motor Company’s human capital was revolutionary. Henry Ford knew if he could reduce labor time and costs in manufacturing, he could lower the price of the Model T; so he introduced the production assembly line, which reduced the time to build a Model T from twelve in a half hours to under six hours ("Henry Ford Changes the World, 1908," n.d.). To…

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    Ford and Chevrolet are arguably the top two American car companies in the world. I think that Ford Mustangs are a whole lot better than Chevy Camaros because my whole family drives Fords. I grew up with my dad having a Ford F250, and my mom drove a Ford Escape. Even my grandma and grandpas drive Fords and that’s why I got a Ford Mustang for my first car. Mustangs and Camaros have many differences between them that set them apart, like Mustangs have a faster 0-60 time, and better braking. But…

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    It is not uncommon for people to forget that many renowned influential figures originated from humble beginnings and suffered through great ordeals to become the well-known symbols of change that are written across history books. In The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Alex Haley reminds the world of this fact through his beautifully detailed account of the life and hardships of the great human rights activist Malcolm X. The structure, style, and content of the novel advance the author’s purpose of…

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    Harrisville is a tiny town that is almost completely dependent on tourism. Harrisville has beautiful, sprawling beaches, a faultless state park, and an up-to-date harbor. However what it seems to be lacking is people. When the recession hit this small, tourist town, its profitable production nearly stopped. Now the harbor is barely utilized by local fishermen. A state park established in 1921, now struggles to fill just half of its 229 campsites. Along with the vast expanse of beaches, the…

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    When I got assigned a kindergarten classroom for my first field experience at Hope College I was ecstatic! I babysit a couple of kids that are kindergarteners so I thought I knew just what to expect. But as I walked into the newly build Rose Park Elementary school on Thursday at 8:00 in the morning nerves started to build. I told the secretary that I was a freshman at Hope and was here for my field experience with Mrs. Vogelzang. She kindly brought me to her classroom but when we arrived she…

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    The American Romantic Hero is a literary archetype referring to a character that rejects established norms and conventions, and has been rejected by society. The 1992 movie, The Last of The Mohicans loosely follows the original book about the journey of Hawkeye and his family as they help Cora and Alice Munro and Colonel Duncan Heyward against Huron war chief, Magua during the French and Indian war. During the movie Hawkeye displays many characteristics that make him an American romantic hero.…

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    4. Describe the chronological evolution of Detroit from Native American community to modern day through the lenses of our pantheon of economic theorists. Which theories support the development of Detroit at which times? How? The Native American community where Detroit now sits was populated with French forts by late 17th century which changed hands to British and then the Americans by the 19th century. With a comparative advantage in furry mammal habitat, the Detroit area sponsored its excess…

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    Success is not a concrete definition. It can molded by many different actions. However success can be like a house of cards,it can fall. People often misjudge success as in wealth. My definition of success is different not based on wealth. It is based on happiness. I feel successful when I know I did the best I could. People are often times put into the bracket of success based on the thing they have. In my grandparents village they see the a person with a nice new Cadillac and think they are…

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    ADIRONDACKS One of the most memorable places I have been to was the Adirondacks. The Adirondacks had a big lake with tons of houses all around it. There were all sorts of houses around it. There were also a lot of mountains all around. Here is an essay on different senses you could use at the Adirondacks. There were so many amazing sights. You could see a lot of mountains all around and a giant lake. Seeing the giant lake every single day was amazing. Every single time I saw it I was still…

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    Education In Michigan

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    women to attend a state university like the University of Michigan with the male students. Even though there was not any conflicts existed with the two sexes from previous college experiences, the notion of women attending the state university was not inviting to the male authorities. The University of Michigan was the highest institution of learning and the women of Michigan wanted to make some demands about the issue of attendance. The Michigan Legislature stated, “They base this claim upon…

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