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    the blacks. For instance, water fountains, schools, classrooms, restrooms, seats in the bus were completely separated. The blacks facilities were always much worse than the whites. If failed to follow those rules, you can be sent to jail. This indicated that whites were and will always be more superior and important than other races. The last reason for this failed plan was time itself. There were more problems that appeared. Panic of 1873 was a problem that came up. It was the longest depression America ever faced; it lasted for 65 months. Because of this depression, people didn’t worry about the African Americans but themselves and their economic status. The end of Reconstruction was because of the Election of 1876. It was between Samuel J. Tilden, Democrat, and Rutherford B. Hayes, Republican. There were disputed votes because the African Americans were blocked to vote. An electoral commission happens and there were 7 Republicans, 1 Non-Partisan, and 7 Democrats. The Non-partisan representative quits and is then replaced by another Republican. Obviously, Rutherford B. Hayes wins. The South was furious and there would have been another Civil War if it wasn’t for the Compromise of 1877. This Compromise gave money to the South for improvements, jobs to Southerners, and pulled out all military districts in the South. The South Democrats also had to promise not to fight, to support civil rights, and the election results. To conclude my reasons for the unsuccessful plan to…

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    Early Atomic Experiments Joseph John Thomson conducted an experiment that is known today as the CRT Experiment. The outcome of this experiment was JJ’s discovery of the electron. CRT is an acronym for Cathode Ray Tube, this gives a broad concept of what the experiment is about. The basic components of the experiment include, a glass cylindrical tube with most of the air inside vacuumed out of it, and inside the tube is Electrode for each side. One of the Electrodes is negative and entitled the…

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    Through the course of history society has been shaped by scientific discoveries that have benefitted mankind by providing a better understanding of the world and have advanced technology. One such scientist was Joseph John Thomson. Joseph John Thomson had a successful life, made important scientific discoveries, and impacted the world through his discoveries. Sir Joseph John Thomson was born on December 18, 1856 in Cheetham, a part of Manchester, England to Emma Swindells and Joseph James…

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    Phlogiston theory The phlogiston theory states that the every combustible substance on this planet contains phlogiston. When a combustible substance is burned, phlogiston is released into the air. The people behind the phlogiston theory believed that the whenever a substance sets on fire, the fire gives off phlogiston. The phlogiston was believed be the kind of gas which causes fire. Without phlogiston, the combustible substance won’t be able to set on fire. In the late 1660’s a scientist…

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    This paper discusses the life of Sir Joseph John Thomson (J.J. Thomson) and his scientific discoveries. It will also discuss how it has impacted our lives today and if we would have what we have today without his research and hard work. He was a shy boy who was gifted when it came to science. He lost his father when he was young but strived to have a better nonetheless. After becoming a Fellow of the Trinity, he started working with Lord Rayleigh and later became his successor. He found what…

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    William says “I believe that’s how we came up with it,” while Jonathon claims the band’s name actually stems from their “shared interest in clipping coupons.” As far as musical influences go, the group may as well create their own Wikipedia article. As producers, Jonathon and William cite some of the “really specific production influences and references on CLPPNG (in no particular order) as: Autechre, Deathpile, Steve Albini, Karma Moffett, Steve Reich, John Cage, Philip Glass, Tangerine…

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    costumes of their favorite characters from Japanese movies, animations, dramas and TV shows. Finally, there is no doubt that Japanese pop music also has significant impacts in the world. Basically, J-pop is an abbreviated term for Japanese Pop, referring to a certain brand of Japanese music. Tracing its roots back to the earliest impacts of Western music in the 1950s, J-pop has developed to become one of the largest music categories in the world, impacting sounds and artists in plenty of Asian…

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    The fact of reality is that teenagers create the pop culture within each generation. With a new era of children, it brings forth new stories, fashion statements, ideas, and entertainment that was never heard before. Unique. Simple. It creates an undeniable growth as a humanity as we continuously make social and political change, learning from those before us. In comparison, the Great Generation is much different from Millennials, their history being different. Those who grow up within the era…

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    The play The Crucible is about the power of rebellion and (later) mass hysteria. Shown in the first act is a power struggle in which Abigail is defiant and dares to talk back to her minister uncle, Reverend Parris. Abigail’s actions towards her self-centered uncle foreshadow the power she and her friends would later gain. Due to the need of a scapegoat during hard times, the people of Salem, Massachusetts were quick to believe in witchcraft. Although some of the people accused seemed highly…

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    they are the abandoners of the individuals with the injustice behaviors. A king was one that people turned to for help in difficult times, and protected them when they needed one. Those were qualities and characteristics that the ancient Hebrews demanded and expected from a king. However, the king that was chosen lacked not only some of these characteristics, but also failed to meet these high expectations. “We want a king over us. Then we will be like all the other nations, with a king to…

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