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    education he was brought up, such that he so excelled in ruling human beings.” Although Xenophon’s work becomes a narration of Cyrus’ life in its entirety rather than an instructional manual on how to create an empire, Xenophon includes the lessons Cyrus learned and how he learned them to serve as guide for successful conquering and empire building. For example, in Book 7, Xenophon teaches through Cyrus the detrimental effects of aggrandizement and destructiveness of civil war, so future generations know to avoid it at all costs. Xenophon focuses on the beneficiaries of Cyrus’ actions, and preserves Cyrus’ legacy. Because Cyrus did not write anything down, Xenophon is a vital part of Cyrus’ legacy. The Education of Cyrus transforms Cyrus the politician into Cyrus the immortal philosophical idea. The idea of a ruler who displays benevolence, moderation and justice and has a much broader reach then a corporal ruler. The idea of a ruler who conquers and rules a massive empire of willing subjects, is a much better legacy than a physical empire. The fact that much of what Xenophon wrote was fictional is not as significant as the impact the text could have. Cyrus is an example of a ruler who responds to his citizens’ desires and interests, and how a political ruler has the potential to improve the lives of many. It is the nature of empress to rise and fall, not to last. Cyrus’ accomplishments were incredible, it would be unfair for history to disregard Cyrus’ accomplishments based…

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    Political Truth Analysis

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    it is even absent and even worst sometimes irrelevant. This is difficult for people as it is not the way we live our lives and this is perhaps the reason there is such a big wedge and difference between politics, politicians and people, for most people a sense of honesty underpins the way we deal with each other. Prime ministers ask the public to place their trust in them, but it is difficult to do so when they do not even trust their own political parties. Politicians cheat and deceit not only…

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    In the 19th century, many prominent figures like Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, they cooperated in leading the fight for change and equality in the United States. However, gender inequality still as a problem exists in most of the countries like the United States. Great strides have been made by women in this 21st century, but the problem of gender inequality continues to exist in this modern society. Based on a 2012 report, women only earned 77 cents to every dollar a man earned…

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    Lsd Research Paper

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    (Shalin, 57) Patients continually stated that only a few LSD sessions had been more useful to them than years of psychoanalysis. Psychedelic therapy became a popular among politicians, writers, movie stars. Psychologists tested LSD on approximately 40,000 patients, in the treatment of many disorders, addictions, and various dysfunctional behaviors, but, in the end, this research amounted to nothing more than lucky salvation for a selected group of patients and a waste of time and effort for…

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    Obama's Immigration Reform

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    that live in the United States. "In 2010, there were 40 million foreign-born persons living in the United States (Grieco et al. 2012)." (Hirschman, 2014). Part of the reason as to why there…

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    Marijuana is a naturally occurring plant and is still illegal medicinally in twenty-five states, and recreationally in forty-six states. However, a substance that has commonly been known to cause numerous health issues is legal to consume in all fifty states. Alcohol has now been legal for nearly eighty-four consecutive years, following the twenty-first amendment to the United States Constitution. Following the 2016 election, I find myself questioning the direction our country will go with…

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    educational background in history and political science, experience as a college professor and president of Princeton University, along with his performance as the Governor of New Jersey, led to his election as the twenty-eighth President of the United States, allowing him to implement his strong idealistic views, and transform America’s domestic and foreign policies. Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born on December 28, 1856 in Staunton, Virginia (Nordholt 6). His father was a Presbyterian minister…

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    Illegal Immigration 1986

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    about illegal immigrants in the United States has been a major hot button issue for politicians as they are making their runs for offices. This is not a recent issue in the US. The problem of people entering the US illegally has originated since 1904 where mounted watchmen from the U.S. Immigration Service patrolled the border of El Paso, Texas preventing illegal Chinese immigrants from entering the United States. The U.S. Border Patrol was officially established in 1924 and charged with the…

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    the country. Although spread out and mainly on the East Coast, the result is an “engaging work of popular history”. The year 1908 was filled with radical changes in the technology that changed the way of American life dramatically. The automobile, which was introduced by Henry Ford, known as the Model T, was barreling toward transit domination even in a time of financial clout swells. The first affordable automobile was a piece of technology viewed by Rasenberger as “unsurpassed in its impact on…

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    Exponential Population

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    Population Growth Population growth rate on Earth is increasing exponentially; in fact, it is believed that the population will increase to more than 9 billion people by the middle of the century (United States Census Bureau, 2016). This is an unimaginable increase from the two and a half billion souls Earth had just in 1950 alone (Population Institute, 2016). The impact has raised serious concerns for the planet and it sustainability. The population increases in both developed countries and…

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