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    Thesis: In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain uses Jim to explain that slavery was a wrong institution because whites treated blacks like they were a different species, which was wrong because blacks are humans too. TS1 Violence: In Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, violence is seen as one of the most vulgar aspects of slavery because humans beat and other humans and deprive them of their basic amenities. TS2 Family Separation: Miss Watson shows how separation of families was another reason why slavery was bad because it was moved humans away from their families and shows how society puts themselves before their slaves. TS3 Lack of Equality: Mark Twain uses Pap and Jim to demonstrate how equality is not a virtue in their society because Pap’s stereotypical views on black rights made blacks look subhuman and all Jim wants is to be seen as the human he is. Body Paragraph Mark Twain uses Jim and Pap to demonstrate how equality is not a virtue in their society because Pap’s stereotypical views on black rights made blacks look subhuman and all Jim wants is to be seen as the human he is. Inequality is displayed is through Pap’s political tirade about black people voting. When discussing with Huck about the government, Pap declares “I was just about to vote myself if I warn’t too drunk to get there; but when they told me there was a state in this country where they'd let a nigger vote’ I drawed out” (Twain 35). His animosity towards blacks is evident and he is so…

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    Australia Pros And Cons

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    The key to a successful country is its ability to continually progress forward. Yet the United States always seems to be behind other countries. For instance, women in the United States received the right to vote in 1920 but women in New Zealand started voting in 1893. Denmark was the first country to legalize same sex unions in 1989 but it wasn’t until 2015 that the United States legalized same sex marriage. If the United States wants to continue being a country who boasts “rights” and “world…

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    Adolf Hitler Quotes

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    introduced to this way of thinking from reading and hearing speeches from Hans F. K. Günther, a racial theorist who believed in the aryan race being superior to all other humans. This belief is what governed Hitler’s life, as soon as Hitler became Feurer, he used the power of his position to…

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    The Lebensborn Program

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    during the Nazis’ control. But during his time, the Nazi created a program for the superior race this was called the Lebensborn program. This program was designed to breed the master race and stop the high rate of abortion which was at 800,000 in Germany due to not having enough men to marry. The Lebensborn program was founded in 1935, to help the population of Germany with pure blood Germans for the future of Germany. By looking at the Lebensborn project, we can understand that the Nazis wanted…

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    The life of Leif Eriksson will be cover to show how was that he came to the Americas and what adventures he came through to discover it. Leif Eriksson was one of the sons of Erik the Red, who later got blown off without knowing and while thinking he was going to Greenland he ended up in the Americas. Michael Burgan Leif Eriksson was first published in Chicago, Illinois 2002. The Author concluded that Leif Eriksson was one of the Vikings sailors along with his dad Erik the Red. Leif Eriksson…

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    The Viking Age

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    The Viking Age was an era in European history during which the peoples of the Baltic and Scandinavia surged onto the world stage as pirates, raiders, traders, and fearless explorers. There are many controversies and theories as to why the Scandinavians chose, or were forced, to leave the far northern reaches of Europe. Various indications have suggested a possible population increase that correlates with available farming land, which in turn, connects to an increase of people looking to settle.…

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    Viking Identity

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    of a supposed and superior Germanic Aryan race which later was merged with the Germanic concept of the Viking identity. The initial Germanic Viking identity began in 1852, during the initial Viking revival of the 19th century. (Lönnroth 1997: 245) In 1848 Richard Wagners presented the operatic tale Ring des Nibelungen that captured the romantic and mystic tale of the Vikings in a Norse/ Germanic setting. (Lönnroth 1997:…

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    When thinking of the word superior people tend to think it is a person that is higher than everyone else or someone who is being nobler. That is not the case, the valid definition of superior is a higher ranking, status, or quality (“superior”,Oxford). However, the true meaning of the word superior is a characteristic of high rank of importance. Superior has many definitions but in many cases it means a person with a higher rank or position in a society. When thinking of the United States and…

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    America is no stranger to racial prejudice. Ever since the end of the Civil War in the spring of 1865, the U.S. has always had the trouble to fully cope with the mixing of different races. For over more than a century had whites proclaimed themselves as the “Superior” race. On December 24, 1865, a group of six veterans of the confederate army founded The Ku Klux Klan. A secret society based on the ideals of white supremacy. They played a violent role against African Americans, Christians, Jews,…

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    Phrenology is a pseudo practice of medicine focusing on the measurements of the human skull and how that relates to basically every trait of the person, be it physical or character trait. Scientific Racism is defined as the use of similar ostensible medicinal and pseudo-scientific methods to justify the theory of racism. It is the practice of classifying individuals of different phenotypes into discrete races, historically this has received much credence in the community, although now the…

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