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    wealth, and marriage (Chavalier 795), and Pearl was the one who was gifted with all three. Pearl was beautiful, and was born without a single flaw. At the end of the story, it was mentioned that Pearl did in fact get married and was very wealthy. Chillingworth felt guilty about taking Pearl’s father away from her so when he died, she was given all of his fortune to Pearl in an effort to make up for everything he has done. Unlike Hester, Pearl found true love and fortune. The color red is also a factor in Chillingworth’s life. Chillingworth was the father of Pearl and lover of an adulterer, yet no one in the town knew this fact until late in the story. He wanted everyone to know, but also he did not want to ruin his clean reputation. Instead, out of guilt, he carved a letter “A” into his chest. However, he kept the letter cover under his shirt so it would not be seen. If the color red is covered it is what determines life, and when it is exposed it means death (Chavalier 793). Dimmesdale kept it covered for a long period of time while he was alive. When he died it was uncovered to the people, but it wasn’t clear if it was the letter “A” or a birthmark on his chest. However before Dimmesdale’s death, Chillingworth saw something on his chest that had to have been the letter because of the reaction that was made by Chillingworth. Also how would Chillingworth have known that Dimmesdale was Pearl’s father? The Scarlet Letter’s wide variety of symbolism contributes to a better…

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    The Outliers Short Story

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    He needed to train it or something. Every time he opened the door, he always got out, usually ensuring an encounter with her. "Pasta come inside and get washed up for dinner" His grandma yelled out. He always hated that name. It's like his parents wanted him to get picked on. He got them to call him Pas instead. "I saw you on your way back from Mrs. Patterson's house, did Pete get out again?" she asked. " Yeah I got him though" He said slowly continuing the daily conversation. "We should really…

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    Election Day Media

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    and free. A good campaign is based primarily on free media. Free media is relatively inexpensive, but must not be taken for granted. As the campaign progresses, media goals will change. In the beginning it may be about getting my name out, and towards the end it will be about having maximum exposure as Election Day approaches. News releases are influential to the campaign. Determining when to release information could make or break a campaign. Coverage can be necessary to build my credibility,…

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    The Wellstone Way

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    want to work on an electoral campaign as staff member or volunteer, those who want to work on an issue-based campaign or organizing drive, and those who want to run for office themselves.”(11) Although Battle Born Progress wasn’t necessarily a campaign, it certainly employed many elements of a campaign by promoting progressive change in Nevada. Additionally, Lofty analyzes three main components…

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    Campaign Propaganda: Which Strategies Would You Use? Advertising is a form of of propaganda because it is designed to shape your beliefs and your actions. Society’s goal for political campaigns is that they provide the information that the people will need in order to vote for the best candidate. The best strategies to use that would help your campaign would be plain folks, stacking the deck, and guilt by association or coat-tailing. The number one strategy to use for your campaign…

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    “Election campaigns for public office are expensive. Candidates need funding for support staff, advertising, traveling, and public appearances. Unless they are independently wealthy, most must finance their campaigns with contributions from individuals and from businesses and other organizations (legal).” In 1974, most of these campaigns were funded by individual corporations or small groups of wealthy donors. In 1972, insurance executive W. Clement Stone contributed approximately $2.8 million…

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    Rhetorical analysis: Political advertisements Presidential campaigns, in most cases, have been characterized by aspects of competition, which in turn has led to formulation and presentation of goals and objectives of each candidate is the most tactful manner. Major common issues are often addresses, such as; poverty levels, economic situation of the nation, unemployment and resource allocation. Standards of living in the United States have faced a major decline since 2010. The 2012 presidential…

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    'How To Sell Using Fear'

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    they really do not. This process can be the effect of the use of adequate advertising to the appropriate audience involving a new landmark of marketing called neuromarketing which is in charge of developing potential thoughts and feelings in consumers. Thus, neuromarketing goals look for the best incentives to manipulate consumer’s purchasing power with the consumer’s relationship between mind and body, the power of emotions, and the psychology of colors. The consumer’s relationship between…

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    the election simulation game On the Campaign Trail, there are many similarities to a real election campaign which is to be expected. However, the more interesting issues are the dissimilarities the simulation shares with real world campaigns. The issues of polling, campaign advertisements, opponent strategy, and various campaigning techniques to name a few are some of the aspects the simulation goes into. When looking at the similarities of the simulation and real world campaigns, on the…

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    Campaign Spending Problem

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    Is it possible to buy a seat in the oval office? Well money is power, even in politics. Campaign spending has increased dramatically in recent elections, especially in presidential primaries and into the presidential race. American politics has shifted from worrying about their constituents to now, only worrying about what large donors and super PACs want or need. A considerable reason for this is because without a hefty amount of campaign donations, you can never make it to Washington. Campaign…

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