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    Charles Manson Biography Charles Milles Maddox – referred to by most as Charles Manson – was the leader of the Manson Family cult in the revolutionary period of the 1960’s. The Manson Family was responsible for nine murders, starting with the infamous killings of the actress Sharon Tate and four of her friends, occurring within five weeks in the year 1969. Charles Manson is still alive today serving a life sentence in Corcoran State Prison. Manson’s dark childhood was an appropriate indicator of the grisly events that would later rattle an entire nation. On November 19th, 1934, Charles Milles Manson was born in Cincinnati Ohio to an unwed sixteen-year-old, Kathleen Maddox. Kathleen had run away at the age of fifteen and reportedly was an…

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    Charles Manson was born November 12, 1934 and is currently still alive spending time in the Corcoran State Prison in California. His mom was 16 when she had him, and was an alcoholic and prostitute. Charles was sent to a boy's school for stealing. His mother didn’t want anything to do with him. She once sold him for some beer. A couple days later his uncle retrieved him. He was living on the streets and committing petty crimes. Manson began spending time in jail by his teenage years. Eventually…

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    The Destructiveness of Jealousy and Greediness What made Othello, written by William Shakespeare in the 17th century, popular is that the play dealt with sensible topics as racism and race. The protagonist of the play is a dark skinned foreigner, surrounded by white characters. Othello’s race makes him sensible for criticism of the people around him, because he knows that he will always be the weaker ‘species’. But what is shown in this play is that it is not his race that will be his downfall.…

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    Charles Manson Trial

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    Charles Manson never killed anyone himself. Although, he was never found guilty for any of his murders, he is known for being the leader of the Manson Family. Charles manipulated his “family” into carrying out his horrific crimes for him. The Manson Family committed one of the most terrifying crimes in American History. According to Jeff Dunn, author of Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson, starting in the first-grade Charles would recruit gullible classmates to attack other students he…

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    Charles Manson Race War

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    In attempt to start a race war, Charles Manson created a murderous cult that would eventually make him criminally infamous. The cult leader was born to a sixteen-year-old in Cincinnati Ohio in 1934. His mother wanted nothing to do with him and Charles was abandoned. As a small child, he lived on the streets and began committing minor crimes. He moved to San Francisco in the 1960’s when drugs were quite popular. Manson’s cult was named The Family and they killed for Manson. They, influenced by…

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    He was born November twelfth, 1934 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Charles Manson is known for murdering people. Even though he never psychically killed anybody. His mother was a Christian and lived by the bible. Before Charles was even five years old his mother got arrested for unarmed robbery and was sentenced to five years to prison but only served three years. He grew up in a different home while his mother was in prison Manson wanted to be a singer, his role model was the Beatles. He had the idea…

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    It was a brisk summer morning in late August. The clouds were a dark shade of gray and were casting its shadow across the city of Cleveland, yet a ray of sunshine managed to squeeze its way past the darkness and onto Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. This day would change my life for years to come. “Paarth, wake up,” said my mom as she opened the blinds. The day had finally come. My eyes were filled with rheum from an eye infection I was dealing with, but that was not the problem that…

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    Saint Augustine was born is 354 in a North Africa province part of the Roman Empire. Growing up in the Roman Empire was a major influence on his work. He is well known for his theological teaching on Christianity and developed much of its doctrine. Augustine wrote on political philosophy as well and developed his own ideas on what the ideal state is. Augustine believes that government is an act of God and its function is to allow people to live good lives. The state is a part of God's…

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    Even the slightest expressions from human could have a meaning, and those expressions are called micro expressions. The term micro expressions is labeled as a “very brief facial expressions, lasting only a fraction of a second” (Micro Expressions). In other words, micro expressions only exist in a blink of an eye that human couldn’t capture. Furthermore, human ways of interaction are deeply connected to emotions and function through a system of “social signals: facial expressions” (Jack,…

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    Martha Graham’s “Lamentation,” like many of her other works, is a direct expression of emotion; an expression of emotion through body movements. Graham was known as the “Mother of Modern Dance” and for her technique “contraction and release.” She also focused on the stability and strength of the body and keeping its control. This technique was in efforts to develop and maintain flexibility in the spine and hips, specifically in a seated position. “Lamentation” was created in response to the…

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