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    Topic: Washington Promise Program General Purpose: To advocate the audience to take action against the Washington Promise Program Specific Purpose: To convince the audience that they need to spread the word on the negative impacts of this bill in hopes they will vote no on upcoming ballets. Thesis Statement: The Washington Promise Program should not be allowed to pass in our state. I. Introduction A. Attention-Gaining Device: I have Hulk-like triggers that turn me not into a muscly angry green man, but into a grouchy grandpa guarding his porch with a shotgun. Hearing washington legislation fantasize about “free community college” definitely hit that trigger. And because you are all smart people, it should hit you all in the same way…

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    office. Washington could see the growing tensions spreading across America, and he knew that factors like split political parties and foreign intervention would only cause the still very young America great stress. When Washington finally made the decision to retire from office, he left behind a series of growing issues that the next president, John Adams, dealt with; however, the original plan Washington had was to retire after only one term, so the first draft of his Farwell Address,…

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    his time as a Civil Rights Activist, Martin Luther was put in jail many times, 30 times to be exact. Many of the times he got arrested was because of unjust reasons such as acts of civil disobedience, for driving thirty miles per hour in a 25 miles per hour zone. Other times were for the protests that were going on. He was sent to Reidsville State Prison Farm when he got arrested. August 28, 1963, over 200,000 americans came together in Washington D.C. for the “March on Washington” rally. The…

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    The Lincoln Monument, the Capital, Mount Vernon. These are places that are featured in the patriotic movie, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”. This movie was released in 1939 and was directed by Frank Capra. Jimmy Stewart starred as the title character, Jefferson Smith and Jean Arthur played Smith’s sarcastic, but kind-hearted secretary, Clarissa Sanders. “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” uses filmic devices and a thoughtful script to showcase the concept of civic religion by illustrating the gods,…

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    2016 George Washington DBQ George Washington held the position of president of the United States for two terms from 1789 until 1996. George Washington was not interested in leading the new country, but when the United states constitution was ratified in 1788. Americans wanted Washington to fill the post. Washington was admired and respected as a result of his success and integrity as the commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and as the president of the Continental…

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    This map of population density map of Washington D.C. allows us to directly see the areas of the city that are more populated, in the core, and the areas that are less populated, along the periphery. Unlike the most common maps of the city of Washington D.C., we can see more than just town names and highways. From the map we can see where people are living, and the roads and highways all lead to this centered dense population. This paper will not only describe this map of Washington D.C. and…

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    Americans honor Washington's day of birth the Monday before his actual birthday. When Washington was eleven his father, Augustine Washington, died leaving most of the property to George’s older brothers. 1731, Augustine married Washington's mother, Mary Ball. Of his four siblings, Washington was the adolescent child. Father of Washington, Augustine was a planter in Westmoreland County and also served as a Justice of the Community Court. Augustine’s first…

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    The World Renowned Washington It is human nature to live and work together. As a species, humanity has always sought to form groups or communities set with common goals and interests. In order to merit any success within these groupings, it proves imperative that one member maintains control over all others. There are many titles passed to venerated persons selected to maintain dominion: chieftain, president, kaiser, king, prime minister, etc. Those who engage with this bold task of commanding…

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    where Romanticism style writing was at it’s climax. It included fine detail, knights, monsters, supernatural, lush nature, and imagination. An author, by the name of Washington Irving, sought to create stories other than the dramatic, chivalrous, romantic stories that were dominating the world of literature. He wanted a book that would be amusing to read, and could have the reader laughing. From this desire, he created “The Legend of Sleepy…

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    Since 1989 when the term Washington Consensus first appeared and throughout its short history there have been various interpretations of what it could signify. It has been described as a new form embodying imperialism, as a tool to undermine states, as the introduction of the laissez-faire economy etc. (Williamson, 2004: 6). Some more crucial definitions that Williamson provides in his historical overview are the usage of the term Washington Consensus when referring to the Bretton Woods…

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