The World State

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  • Compare And Contrast The World State And The United States

    Laila Elgayyar In the World State, people lead “happy” oblivious lives with laws they chose long ago when they were plagued by war. While they might not realize what they are missing now, they are happy behind their wall of ignorance which they had chosen to build. Alternatively, people in the United States lead lives that can be sometimes filled with hardships and for some even misery. However, their lives of hard work can be rewarding for those who strive and work for a better future. United States’ citizens enjoy many freedoms (many taken for granted) and choices not available to people in the rest of the world. On surface the two societies seem complete opposite. However that is not the case. The World State and the United States…

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  • The Dystopian World State In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    chapters of Aldous Huxley’s novel, Brave New World, the author offers an explanation as to how the dystopian world of the World State and “our Ford” could not only be instituted, but remain all-powerful with nearly no contest. Through the description of John’s experience in the Other Place and his interaction with the Controller Mustapha Mond after being arrested, the author gives his own insight as to why the large majority of citizens prefer to be ruled by the World State. He then goes on to…

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  • United States Of America The World Police?

    United States of America the World Police? As stated by President Theodore Roosevelt, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are”. (“Theodore,”1901)Today this quote have greatly summarize American’s involvement in the international crisis and dilemma. Currently, there are three major involvements that America was in were Vietnam War, Iraq war, and ISIS. Henceforth, they are look upon by a world to get involved since they are the strongest military. Furthermore, we are placed…

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  • Differences Between A Utopian Society And The World State

    What is the differences between a utopian society and the “world state”? By: Leon Pan 10a A utopian society is where individuals are free to do whatever they want. In the text “Brave new World” written by Aldous Huxley the government controls their people by conditioning them from a young age, controlling them with drugs and pleasure and by removing outliers or people with the slightest indications of individuality. In the text the whole world is under the control of 10 world controllers…

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  • The Impact Of The United States In World War II

    Throughout the World Wars, the United States was apart of the Allies because Americans fell victim to warcrimes committed by Germany and Japan while assiting the countries at war. The U.S. provided many necessities like food, war goods, and money for the war stricken countries. The bombing of Pearl Harbor caused the U.S. to enter World War II declaring war on Japan. A secret military operation built a nuclear bomb that allowed the U.S. to raise itself to superstatus once it was used to weaken…

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  • Unorthodoxy In The World State In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    Contrary to Douglas’ positive view on unorthodoxy, the World State in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World condemns such heresy. Citizens of the World State are born artificially. People are conditioned from conception to fit into societal castes. When they are born, they continue to be conditioned by the World State. Bernard Marx is an Alpha Plus, which is the most prestigious caste, but is a social misfit. He is critical of the World State until he meets John the Savage, an outsider without direct…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The United States In World War II

    World War II has been considered one of the most horrendous tragedies to ever occur in history lasting from September 1, 1939 to May 8, 1945. The countries of the world aligned with either the Axis powers or the Allies and battled in a total war. World War II had three major Axis powers which were Germany, Italy and Japan. Allies powers included the U.S., United Kingdom, China, France and the Soviet Union. At the beginning of World War II, the United States remained neutral for as long as it…

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  • The Importance Of The United States Enter World War I

    The United State did not enter World War I when it first began in 1914. President Woodrow Wilson worked hard to keep his word of keeping the United States out of the war (Feldman, 2004). Gradually over time people changed their minds and feelings about the United States involvement in the war. It was at this time that the United States was directly being attacked (Snyder and Derwinski, 1958). In 1918 at the end of World War I which some people referred to as “the Great War” the United States had…

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  • The Impact Of The United States Involvement In World War I

    United States’ involvement in World War I consisted of an initial state of neutrality that would eventually lead to battle. President Woodrow Wilson of the US desired to remain neutral throughout the war, but as conflicts arose from the Central powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire, war was inevitable. While lacking necessary experience and resources, the United States required extensive preparation for battle in Europe. As America entered the war with the Allied powers, the…

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  • Compare And Contrast The United States And The Two World War

    In the history of America there were two world wars which were conducted, both of which the United States had not entered until fairly after the beginning of each war trying to keep peace and stay out of war. During the First World War, President Wilson had kept the United States out of the war believing the war is savagery and that the U.S. is above such actions and remains a neutral force. It wasn’t until a dramatic turn of events unfolded causing action by the Americans. Such actions were…

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