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    Statement of Purpose The manufacturing sector in North America has been in a steady decrease for the past few decades; beyond being a growing concern for North Americans, this decline has been detrimental to inhabitants of many countries around the world. How is the decrease of the manufacturing sector in North America harming not only North America, but also third world countries around the world? Research Methodology For my research, academic journals and newspapers will be most suitable to find adequate information on the decline of the manufacturing sector in North America. This is due to the constant evolution of this subject; there is always new information and new studies that are released which are linked to this topic. There are…

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    In opposition to North America, stands Norway. Crime rates are not only dependent on the citizens of a country, but also on the age of criminal responsibility. The lower the age, the more likely that crime rates will be higher since there is more to be accounted for. Different countries will have different ages of criminal responsibility since these ages are determined by the leaders of the law regarding whether or not a child is capable of committing and understanding a crime. In Norway, the…

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    Period 3 (1754-1800) Ashmita Totada MIG-1.0: Explain the causes for migration to colonial North America and, later, the United States, and analyze immigration’s effects on U.S society. Before this time period, settlers from Europe started to trickle into North America for it new land, resources, and of course new opportunity. -England: Made up a very small portion of the U.S. Population -German: Kept to themselves by staying rooted to customs (6% of U.S. Pop) -Irish: Left because of the…

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    strength of the British empire in North America was due in large part to the religious toleration and freedom established there. This liberation from persecution in many colonies was the deciding factor for many immigrants as they wanted to escape from the Anglican church in England. Also, mercantilism in the British American colonies helped to create economic diversity and success by creating a higher demand for colonial products. In addition, with the labor of black slaves rather than white…

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    The North American Police State Hidden Beneath our Noses For us North Americans, it is difficult to understand the life in a police state. Why? It’s because we have rights and freedoms and privacy that are all taken very seriously by the law as well; we even have our own privacy commissioners to monitor the protection of our privacy. Everyone in North America, even criminals, is treated lawfully so it’s hard to believe that these are all lies that we were told. We North Americans are…

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    The Anglicization of North America In the late 1600’s, colonists from Britain began building a fast growing civilization in the newly discovered land of North America. The population flourished and rapidly multiplied, forcing the colonists to return back to a process called Anglicization. This process entails reverting back to the traditions that forced the colonists to leave Britain in the first place. Going back to British traditions resulted in multiple lapses in developments in the new…

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    North America is the land mass ranging from Panama and continuing North to Alaska and Greenland. North America also accounts for all of the islands in the Caribbean and in total has twenty-three associated countries. Rail transportation in the United States has been a staple point of industry which has made America into the world’s leading union; however, rail has been forgotten about for many decades. As previously mentioned, America had 408,773 km of Class I rail in 1916. One-hundred years…

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    Europe used metal While the indians used obsidian as weapons . northeast indians such as the iroquois lived in longhouses made of bark from trees while the europeans live in buildings or temples. Mesoamerica the maya , built large stone temples , palaces , & bridges while the incs of the south america created their own civilization. Less populated the North AMerica had several farming cultures while indians looked for seeds and looked for roots . The Hopewell , another farming…

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    light everywhere I go for everyone to see. They go on their happy way while I do the same thing over and over, day after day. But it is what I am meant to do, travel around the world and see countless places and people with endless possibilities. I have so much space around me to move and a perfect view of the world that keeps growing every second. Around and around, seeing the same things that end up changing. First my day starts above the Pacific Ocean, the world’s largest ocean basin…

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    The country of North Korea has been a very curious subject for the people of the United States countless other governments in power throughout the world. Many factors of North Korea have remained a secret over the last few decades, but some have become more open over time to the outside world. The United States and North Korea are both made up of an extreme difference in views within the power of government and also policies that follow their rule, but surprisingly share common virtues that…

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