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    Monica Lewinsky is someone that I have only heard about. I didn’t even know who she was, or what she did, but I saw a lot of “memes” mocking her on the internet. I was born in 1999, so I wasn’t even alive at the time of her scandal with Bill Clinton. And my parents didn 't see a need to tell me about her scandal, as it was not going to affect me in any way. There was no reason for me to know. I wasn’t particularly interested in her story either. However, watching her TED talk clarified a lot of things. It was a very powerful, moving speech, that really hit close to home. Ms. Lewinsky is one of the earliest examples of cyberbullying. In 1998, there was no social media, but there were other news outlets, which included newspapers, television,…

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    Monica Lewinsky

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    Monica Lewinsky, a former intern at the White House, is a persona with name and face that has become engraved into the United States public’s recollection of history. Lewinsky served in the iconic monument of the United States during former president Bill Clinton’s presidency in which they developed an improper and highly criticized relationship that drew in the eyes of the public. The media publicized the scandal and brought massive attention filled with disgust and hate for Monica Lewinsky.…

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    became a thing of the past? In The Scarlet Letter (Source A), Hester Prynne is known for being a sinner and is shamed because of it. In The Price of Shame (Source B), Monica Lewinski has been publicly shamed for having unnormal feelings for her boss, which happens to be the president of the United States. Is the Internet a Mob Without Consequence? (Source C), the article explains how people on the internet can say whatever they want and not have any consequences. Public Shame impacts an…

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    All eyes were gleaming upon me, watching my sins placed before my bosom, the scarlet letter. My heart was pumping out of my chest, palms beginning to sweat as I walked up the creaky, vintage stairs on the way to my punishment. Public shaming. There are many long lasting effects as shown in Source A, The Scarlet Letter, Source B, Monica Lewinsky’s TED Talk, and Source C, an article entitled “Is the Internet a Mob Without Consequence?” In The Scarlet Letter, Governor Bellingham requires Hester…

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    sinecure on a tsunami of lies. But she’s gotten a free pass on her duplicity for so long that she’s not even trying to pass the straight face test anymore. Her loyal minions are so slobberingly committed to her that they don’t even demand that she provide them enough plausible deniability to preserve their few remaining shreds of dignity. The mainstream media loves Hillary so deeply and without reservation that she can say literally anything to a gaggle of adoring reporters and absolutely…

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    Analysis Of EEOC Vs. Federal Express

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    Sexual harassment is an important issue in every business; if left unattended it could cost companies millions in damages. In 1980 the Supreme Court ruled that sexual harassment was a violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. From 1978 to 1980, sexual harassment cases brought against companies cost them $189 million. This number rose to $267 million from 1985-1987. Damages are just measured only by numbers. Sexual harassment can cause harm to a company's image, reputation, customers, as well…

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    Many people testified, some more than once. The "Lewinsky Scandal, sensation that enveloped the presidency of Bill Clinton in 1998-99, leading to his impeachment by the U.S. House of Representatives and acquittal by the Senate" (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia 1). It all started when Monica Lewinsky became an unpaid intern at the White House in June of 1995. By November of that year, Lewinsky and Clinton had been having a sexual relationship. Lewinsky had eventually went from being an intern…

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    Blow Job Queen Essay

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    com/document/d/1VOExPc9uO7Dw_H_fCx-Ob6kaJhBEB-f_o12j0B7arJQ/edit?usp=sharing First off, nice thesis, Lewinsky. “How does it feel to be America’s premier blow-job queen?” Shame and Survival could be the most bias “professional” writing I’ve read recently. When I first saw the title and the introduction of the writing, I thought to myself, “Wow, this is cool!” With the presidential madness going on, reading this article is the perfect time as it relates to our current presidential debacle.…

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    that Hillary Clinton should not be the next president, but unfortunately Klien did not use solid facts, he only wanted to prove his point making the rest of his book fallible. One of the statements made in Klein’s book was a quote from Monica Lewinsky while she was on trial concerning her affair with President Bill Clinton. The statement was, ““He had this big fiftieth birthday party at Radio City Music Hall," Monica recalled, "and [beforehand] there was a cocktail reception [at the Sheraton…

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    INTRO The Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton Scandal of the mid to late 1990’s sent a shockwave across the nation, and was the first time in American history where the personal life of a sitting President was deemed as fair game for a pending criminal investigation. When Lewinsky came on board as a trainee in 1995 to the White House, no time was wasted in establishing an inappropriate relationship with the most powerful man on the planet at the time, President Clinton. The situation was an utter…

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