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  • An Analysis Of 'Rosie The Riveter'

    about a piece of the existing pie; there are too many of us for that. It 's about baking a new pie. " Comparing feminism to "baking a new pie" suggests that women seek a drastic change in today 's society. Despite America 's perseverance in World War II, encouragement and motivation were essential in getting America back on its feet (although, Pearl Harbor did help with that ). During the war, "Rosie the Riveter" plays an enormous role in the spark of feminism. "Rosie"…

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  • The Decisions Of The Atomic Bomb

    During WWII, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt approved the development of the atomic bomb, a project that became known as the Manhattan Project, out of fear that the Nazis would try to build and use a nuclear weapon. After FDR’s death, President Truman inherited the most powerful weapon in the history of mankind and was left with the choice of using it or not. Undoubtedly, his decision changed the world in so many ways, and is largely thought and taught that dropping the atomic bombs on…

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  • Pa Horse Pa Rider Analysis

    Dreaming about World War I ‘Pale Horse Pale Rider’ is a fictional retelling of Katherine Porter’s own experience as an influenza survivor during World War I. Porter does so in the form of a reporter, Miranda, and chronicles a month in her life, as she enjoys a romance with Adam Barclay, a young Army officer, until she becomes a victim of influenza. Adam nurses her, and before she fully recovers, he has to return to his unit, unknowingly carrying with the virus that ultimately causes his demise.…

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  • Globalization: The Super Story By Thomas Loren Friedman

    Globalization a modern day way to describe the process in which different cultures are able to interact and learn from one another, through different ideas, items and people. Coming together to reconnect humans with the rest of the world, globalization is closely looked at and studied by those who want a clearer understanding of what it takes for people to be able to reconnect with cultures different from there’s. Thomas Loren Friedman, three time Pulitzer Prize winner, and current writer for…

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  • Security Issues In International Relations

    The official academic field of international relations is a recent field of study, beginning after the end of World War II, in the political sciences. While the academic field is fairly new establishment in the political sciences, the issues at the core of the discipline have been discussed for hundreds of years. One of the issues that is central to the division of international relations is the idea of security. The topic of security contains many different aspects all of which can be addressed…

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  • The Importance Of Cultural Awareness In The United States

    A group or society’s beliefs, customs, art, and religion are a few variables that define its culture. Today’s vast exposure to technology coupled with the availability of international travel, cultural awareness is essential to facilitate a level of understanding, and one day possibly acceptance. As citizens of the United States of America it is extremely important to remain open-minded and cognizant as culture continues to expand across the nation. Commonly referred to as the melting pot of…

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  • Garrett Hardin's Lifeboat Ethics: An Interminable Paradox

    Tragedy of the Commons: An Interminable Paradox Essayist Garrett Hardin, in his paper, “Lifeboat Ethics: The Case against Helping the Poor”, argues that human beings are involved in a slowly increasing state of world devastation as they continue to misuse the world’s resources and, consequently, refuse to provide the adequate resources in return for their plundering. Hardin’s purpose is to educate the intellectual public of this matter so that measures might be taken and unreasonable solutions…

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  • Similarities And Differences Between The Korean War And The Afghanistan War

    The Korean War and The Afghanistan War were two major events in the cold war, but both shared some differences and similarities. Each war was placed in a totally different theater around the globe. They both started in different ways, for different causes, in different settings, and with different ending, but still managed to have some similarities in them. We’ll be talking about all the difference and similarities. We will talk about each war in detail and how each started and ended and…

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  • A Good Leader: Adolf Hitler As A Great Leader

    While I’m sure we can all agree that Adolf Hitler wasn’t the best human being ever, Hitler may have been one of the best leaders of the twentieth century. Born April 20th, 1889 and died April 30th, 1945, was an Austrian-born German politician who was a leader in the Nazi party, Germanys chancellor from 1933 to 1945 and Fuhrer of Nazi Germany from the year 1934 to 1945, (David 1998.) He can be attributed to be a good leader because of various reasons: He was a leader with visions; he was a…

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  • How Did The Western Culture Affect The Union Between East And West

    There are different meanings about the meaning of the Western World. Western civilization was born thousands of years ago with the rise of the Greek city-state, influenced by Middle Eastern culture. EAST East (Latin orens, oriri participle: appear birth) is the name of the direction from which the sun (and other stars) minted in antiquity, namely the East rises. By extension, it refers to those regions that are east of the benchmark. In the "Western" culture he was given this name to Asia.…

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