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    Was the New Deal created by Franklin Delano Roosevelt a successful or a failure? It depends on your definition of success. Many would say no, because their point of view on success with the New Deal was complete abolishment of poverty and unemployment which hasn't been reached yet in today's world. If the New Deal's definition is overall growth the New Deal’s success is undeniable. The FDIC was created mainly as a hope and faith gainer while insuring 2,500 hundred dollars for bankers. Why…

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    My Migration To America

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    I moved from Indonesia to America approximately ten years ago. My mother’s motive to bring my older brother and I to America was to attained a higher quality of education aiming for prosperity and life of ease. It was definitely a struggle because we didn’t come from a wealthy family, along with my mom being a single mother combined, it results in a financial barrier to achieve the expected goal. Additional to that, our family were denied when we applied for citizenship, but were granted with…

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    Nothing's worse that accidentally breaking your precious gold necklace or bracelet. Unfortunately, this frequently happens to many people simply because the gold is so delicate and precious. Pulling or yanking too hard on it in a rushed attempt to remove it, getting it snagged on something or accidentally snapping it while trying to untangle it can easily break the chain. Jewelry repair service is expensive and can sometimes cost as much as the gold necklace or bracelet did itself. So most times…

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    few decades. This has resulted into increased in a lot of money for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the participating colleges, which has sparked the debate of whether college athletes should be given money beyond their athletic scholarships but I think they should get paid for the following reason they should be paid because without the players that risk injuries on the team the association would not make the money they do now and their coaches get paid but why not them…

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    Stereotyping Report

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    was about 21 years old, wide eyed and excited about starting my first “high profile” retail job. One afternoon two ladies came in, well dressed “looking expensive”; a term my co-workers and used to describe person who looked like they had a lot of money. They looked and conducted themselves as though spending $400 on a plain white t-shirt with a small logo was reasonable. They “looked expensive” and “behaved expensive” so I thought, I would definitely make my sales goal for that…

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    benefits he will attain for himself and his family. This helps them to reassure that their family is striving whilst they are serving overseas. 3. This would tell us that the type of people that would respond to this poster would be people in need of money, for themselves or their family, as well…

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    Tacoma Narrows Bridge

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    The Tacoma Narrows Bridge was finished building and was open to the public on June 1st, 1940 in Tacoma, Washington. The bridge was very useful because it had cut the travel time from about 2 and ½ hour drive from Tacoma to the Kitsap Peninsula to about 10 to 15 minutes. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge was the third longest bridge at the time with the length of 1.4 miles. Not even a year after the opening of the bridge on November 7th, 1940, it had collapsed taking no human lives. The exact cause of…

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    Star athletes are getting paid loads more than they really should. The athletes are obtaining millions of dollars when they should be giving that money to other things. There are athletes out there barely earning money at all, while others are being paid millions of dollars. Star competitors are getting paid way too much, all they get paid for is playing a game, there are good athletes that don’t get paid, plus people out there doing better thing get paid less. Athletes get paid way too much…

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    Saving a reasonable deposit to buy a house is a tough challenge for first home buyers. Micheal Sukkar, a Liberal MP suggested during a Sky News interview, that the first step for young Australians to buy a house is getting a “highly paid” job. There are many government initiatives in place but the effectiveness of these schemes is under question. The government has a “comprehensive package” that aims to assist first home buyers to afford a property over investors. This package eliminates stamp…

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    A view on the status of the “American Dream” Many Americans today struggle to get through the month with the little money they earn, many today are in debt. The American Dream is the success an individual can earn with the opportunities that the American state government can provide the people. Many come to America because of the American dream but, many have been let down with the lack of job opportunities or mediocre pay, which has left many in debt and unsuccessful. Although many argue the…

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