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  • Apush Chapter 12 Outline

    Chapter 12 The Second War for Independence and the Upsurge of Nationalism 1812-1824 On to Canada over Land and Lakes The Americans tried to invade Canada from Detroit, Niagara, and Lake Champlain. All were fought off by the Canadians. The Americans then attacked by sea and were more successful. Oliver Hazard Perry: captured a British fleet in Lake Erie. General Harrison's army overtook the British at Detroit and Fort Malden in the Battle of the Thames in October 1813. Thomas Macdonough:…

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  • Pathways For Change

    Reflection of Directed Independent Study at Pathways for Change The Organization and My Role Pathways for Change is a nonprofit organization based in Pensacola, Florida working to service disadvantaged members of the community. The Pathways for Change organization is an off-shoot of a Baptist Hospital program initiated in 1996 to provide psychotherapy to those seeking mental health care, insured and uninsured alike. Four years after becoming Executive Director of the program, then called the…

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  • Brown Femininity

    lowest fragments of the socio-economic spectrum. It served the system best. Nonetheless, there had been instances where slave gained some degree of freedom challenging the status quo. Such as during the colonial times in New Orleans, Mobile, and Pensacola in the early…

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  • Serial Killers: Ted Bundy

    Theodore Robert Cowell, more commonly known as Ted Bundy, is undoubtedly one of America’s infamous serial killers. Before Bundy was executed in 1989, he confessed that he killed at least thirty women. However, Bundy’s former defense attorney John Henry Browne recently revealed that Bundy had confessed to him that he had killed more than a hundred people, including both women and men. Bundy also admitted that his first victim was a man, who differs considerably from Bundy’s preferred victims:…

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  • CLIENT NAME M Case Study Essay

    CLIENT NAME M CASE # 1 THERAPIST NAME & CREDENTIALS Pifer, T. MHC Intern DATE 1/26/18 LENGTH OF SERVICE 28 days TYPE OF CONTACT: individual and group NO. IN GROUP 9-12 INTAKE ASSESSMENT / ADMISSION NOTE IDENTIFYING INFORMATION: M is a 68-year-old Caucasian married male veteran. He is retired and currently resides with his wife (RN) who is still employed. REASON FOR REFERRAL: M seeks help voluntarily for alcohol dependency,…

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  • The Role Of Externalities In Economics

    Driving is an activity that is common. Some areas have heavier congestion than others. Externalities are associated with various areas in the economy including congested roads. The answer to this question will focus on externalities associated with additional individual's driving on a congested road. This question will also give some ideas on how tolls may help alleviate this externality, where tolls are not helpful, and how they may be set. Externalities in the field of economics are either…

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  • Meet Me Narrative

    place". Exiting the airport as we approach my car, you hold out your hand for the keys. I program the GPS to take us to your hotel so you can freshen up from your long flight. Coming home from Afghanistan following your second tour, straight to Pensacola, to meet me. Has had you in the air or in airports for a grueling thirty-six hours. Your hand on my thigh, mine on yours. My hands itching to move higher, to wrap my fingers around that massive bulge in your pants. We are nearly vibrating…

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  • The Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

    Years ago, flying commercially was probably an enjoyable experience. Across the globe, airport employees treated passengers as customers, not suspects. Somehow, the evolution of society has resulted in a trend of unethical behavior. September 11, 2001, shocked the American public, forcing the United States Government to enact the Transportation Security Act. Thus, the infamous Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was established (http://tsa.gov/about). Since the implementation of the TSA…

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  • Drinking Bottled Water

    According to the Web site dailyfinance.com, updated in 2014, the list of ten cities providing the low standard of tap water consists of Jacksonville, San Diego, North Las Vegas, Omaha, Houston, Reno, Riverside County, Las Vegas, Riverside, and Pensacola (McIntyre). As a result of the pollution, people in the ten areas have to purchase bottled water instead of drinking contaminated tap water. However, in the U.S., aside from the issues of pollution, people likely select bottled water because of…

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  • Ted Bundy: The Most Famous Serial Killer

    Most serial killers do not start killing until something bad happens in their life, however, negative life changing experiences such as losing a love one or failing at something you do can change your life in ways you wouldn’t expect. It could make you think things you wouldn’t normally think, or make you do things you probably wouldn’t do also. Things like this could set off an emotional trigger. Ted Bundy, was one of those people who lost a loved one and had a negative life changing…

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