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    During reading, I elaborate on the key factors of sustaining a promise with significant through a wishful dream of becoming someone in life. At sixteen, my first boyfriend was twenty three and a dealer. Mutually knowing my education has to be important and a priority. Dwayne made sure I went to school every day regardless how long I stayed up. Every day on time for school. I wasn’t about to disappoint my parent, nor break my promise to God. You know in the early on life was a fairy tale. I…

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    he breaks them because he is trying to get out and go home of course. Alby, the leader of the gladers, was the first one there. “Well, it is as you have heard, yeah. Every month, the Box sends up a new arrival. However, someone had to be first, right? Someone had to have spent a whole month in the Glade, alone. That was ably. I mean, it cannot have been easy. However, when those other boys started coming up, one after the other, he saw the truth. In addition, he learned that the most important…

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    illegal. It holds them back from the rights that were given to them from a long time ago. Meaning taking away the rights to adopt children from the person they choose to be with is discrimination. “So it was a potent marker of how fast laws and attitudes on gay rights issues have changed on Wednesday when civil rights lawyers filed lawsuits in federal court challenging the law”(Lewin). This quote is showing that even if there is laws that have the right that gay rights were allowing gay and…

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    The Harm Principle: And its Use in Society On Liberty by John Stuart Mill questions the power that can be placed by society over an individual (Bailey and Martin, 200). Mill identifies two different types of actions; self regarding actions, and other regarding actions. When a person is involved in self regarding actions (actions that only affect the individual doing the action), they should not be bothered by the government. Although, when an individual is involved in other regarding actions…

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    Imagine going through your life with no equality, and the person next to you had the freedom of things that you didn’t have, or if you didn’t have the right to your own life and happiness, or even if you couldn’t adjust your leaders when they begin to destruct. This is how our life would be today without Thomas Jefferson writing the Declaration of Independence(DOI). These three ideals of the DOI are the most important for various reasons. Equality of all humans is very important to the…

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    One of the most controversial topics in today’s society is that should some sort of public service be required. Public service is “something that is done to help people rather than to make a profit” (Merriam-Webster). Public service is so controversial that three out of five Americans support the idea of public service being required. “Roughly three in five Republicans (58%), Democrats (61%), and Independents (58%) agree that some sort of public service should be required.”(Three in five…

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    group of people differently from other people or groups of people” (Merriam-Webster). In 1964, Congress passed a civil rights act that prohibited…

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    Martin Luther King, a black civil right campaigner, gave an unforgettable speech called “I Have a Dream” on August 28, 1963, commemorating the centennial of Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and urging President John F. Kennedy to pass civil rights bill. King’s purpose of giving this speech is to eliminate the inequality of treatment to black people, to express the necessities of eradicating racial inequality and to pursue the improvement of future changes. He adopted a dramatic tone in order…

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    Animal rights are believed to belong to animals to live free from the use of medical research, hunting, and other services to humans. Also all animals are entitled to the possession of their own lives and that their most basic interests, such as the need to avoid suffering and should be afforded the same consideration as similar interests of human beings. Animals have been suffering and also killed because they 're on the bottom of the food chain or maybe it could be that we’re smarter than most…

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    but the government should have a limit; there is no reason why they should be saving all the data they encounter. The government should not be checking our phone calls or our credit cards bill this is a violation of the fourth amendment. The civil right was made to protect every individual from higher position abuse for example government, police, or even the president. Some surveillance may protect the state but the government should not be able to store this information with out the people…

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