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  • Karl Marx Vs Command Economy

    Today, many will agree that the world revolves around commerce, as the economy has been the main focal point of many thriving nations. Globally, the most common economic system is a mixed economy, which is a combination of a command and market economy. A command economy is focused on the central government. In a command economy, the government has control over the marketplace, and decides what is produced and sold. A market economy focuses on private business, and it allows for free trade and…

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  • Finding Nemo Vs Finding Dory

    A thirteen-year difference lies between two connected Pixar movies that both involve a soul finding their way home. Finding Dory begins with brief flashbacks of the previous movie Finding Nemo and then picks up a year after its ending. Instead of the movie being centered on the journey of crossing the ocean like Finding Nemo, Finding Dory is more centered on Dory’s journey inside the aquarium. Most people remember watching Finding Nemo as a child, now with the sequel finally premiered, the…

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  • Romeo And Juliet Fight Scene Analysis

    Romeo and Juliet Act 1, Scene 1 Being the first scene of Shakespeare´s famous play Romeo and Juliet the fight in the streets of Verona between the servants of the feuding families and later joined by Benvolio, Tybalt, Montague and Capulet is very important for the rest of the plot. This scene shows how bitter the dispute between the families is as well as the attempt by one of the family members to stop the brawl. It establishes the states concern over the family feuding as the prince comes in…

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  • Unbowed By Wangari Maathai: Analysis

    When a country goes completely from green to drought caused by industrializing, it loses its rescores due to deforestation, where communities depend on the resources for living, which then leads to poverty and violence. Wangari Maathai, in her memoir, “Unbowed” was telling the effects of deforestation and its horrible chain reaction in Kenya through her teary eyes. She was born in Kenya in 1940, where the colonization and industrialization of Britain caused violence and corruption, which…

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  • O Keeeffe Visual Analysis

    Cities worldwide containing enormous skyscrapers, bustling streets, and breathtaking views has captured artists attention and been the focal point of thousands of art pieces. However, the way an artist portrays their interpretation of the city often varies. At first glance, Fernand Léger’s 1919 The City and Georgia O’Keeffe’s 1925 New York Street With Moon appear to be extremely different photos— the color schemes, spacing, and amount of detail to objects and movement for each photo are distinct…

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  • The Great Chicago Fire: The Grate Chicago

    The Grate Chicago Fire The Great Chicago Fire started on October 10 1871 around a barn at 137 Dekoven street. “The Chicago water tower and plumbing station at Michigan and Chicago avenues are among the few buildings to have survived the fire”. everything burned down because the city was mostly built of wood. The damage was so bad that it killed 300 people and the damage coasted 2 million to repair the city. Some of the theories were everything burned down because the city was mostly…

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  • Vic Invades Analysis

    Even in a job that does not reflect masculinity, this rebel photographer can express masculine traits by defying authority to capture an impeccable snapshot. He operates under the social media alias Vic Invades, exploring the uncharted territories of New York City as an artist. Upon watching the brief documentary featuring this urban explorer on the front page of the New York Times, it struck me as a key example of masculinity in an artistic profession. The documentary first depicts Vic’s group…

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  • 9/11 Research Paper

    Introduction: September 11th, 2001. A day of fear, a day of courage. 9/11 is a day that could never be forgotten. Not only was New York in shock, but the whole world too. Everyone suffered, never knowing what was going to happen next. Mind numbing and unforgettable events that shock the world don’t occur very often and when the attack on 9/11 happened, it showed how quickly a nation could be changed. A series of tragedies all happened in one long, heart wrenching day, leaving millions of people…

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  • Andrew Carnegie As A Captain Of Industry

    Andrew Carnegie Specialized in the steel industry. He made the industry popular by taking the idea from Great Britain to America. Steel became popular enough that it started to be used all over the country. It was especially known for being used in skyscrapers. Eastman was highly innovative when it came to the Kodak camera. He made a lot of positive changes to the camera so it…

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  • Energy Absorption In Lattice Structures In Dynamics Case Study

    But why do the structural engineers would interested on the topic of lattice structure? I had read the histories of the skyscraper development, and I found that the steel-skeleton frame design were quite famous in the past, which is similar to lattice structure. [5]One of the example of skyscraper is called Lincoln Building, designed by an architect named Bradford Gilbert in New York city in 1888. There was a limitation that the building is exceptionally narrow…

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