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    have the same rights as us humans? If you think about this, passing a Bill of Rights for animals could go against centuries of human culture, increase the cost of food, hinder medical research, and may cause other problems. I believe that animals should not have a Bill of Rights. My first reason is that such a law would go against human culture because we as people run the world. Can animals even work, cook, clean, or even talk, think about it. Giving animals the same rights as we have…

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    Song of Myself “Song of Myself”, which is famous for “representing the core of Whitmans poetic vision” (Greenspan) was written in 1881 by Walt Whitman. This poem is baffling to many people because of both the symbolism and wordplay. Walt Whitman begins by introducing the subject in the poem, which is himself and he goes on by celebrating this theme. Whitman utilizes words such “I”, “myself” and his inner soul to generate a feel of being and depiction in specific sects of the poem. Whilst it…

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    Providers. The way the government wants us to use the internet now is that we have to pay for packages of websites to be able to use them, you pay for these packages through your ISP (Internet Service Providers). What they want to do is take away our right to a free internet and regulate what we do. They say that they will free us when they rid us of net neutrality; they will not. They will enslave us to endless paying subscriptions and force us to pay for something that was free before.…

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    I am Emnjundi Jacqueline Longton (call me Jackie), and this is my story. I live in the utopia of Colorum, or perhaps it is the dystopia of Colorum. Utopia is certainly what our world appears to be. We all have our jobs, our lifestyles. When we change, we can change our surroundings if we wish. Everyone is happy, except for those who are misfits. Those who don’t get along with our law. No one knows what happens to them, just that they get removed. To where? No one knows. To people in Hyacinthum,…

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    “Government is best which governs least” according to the article “Civil Disobedience,” by Henry David Thoreau. In this article, Thoreau also mentioned that he believes that government is best when it governs not at all. However when a government governs not at all, then there exist chaos and war. But a government that governs least is a government that many people will agree is the best type of government. This type of government allows people absolute freedom. Not freedom per say, but…

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    Abigail Adam’s early signs of Feminism Feminism is an organized effort to give women the same economic, social, and political rights as men. Abigail Adams, the wife of John Adams, supported early ideas of feminism or women’s rights, she focused most importantly on girls getting an education, she developed these ideas from her marriage to John and her influential childhood. First, Abigail Adams felt very strongly about girls receiving an education. Judith Sargent Murray felt strongly about…

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    Doris Is Coming Analysis

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    Assimilation to secondary society Many people sought out to identify their culture as they assimilate to a new society, but the minority cultures were seconded . The difference in culture set unbreakable social barrier and boundaries bounded by neglecting of small culture. The Story of "Doris is Coming" by ZZ Packer, is one of the short stories from her collection of Drinking Coffee Elsewhere, is about Doris Yates, a religious and family girl who helps her mother clean the Jewish Church,…

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    Tommie Smith Essay

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    Olympic Project for Human Right or otherwise known as the OPHR. The founder of the organizations was a sociologist and college professor, Harry Edwards. Tommie Smith was one of the original members that helped to get the group up and running. Edwards states that “the group's mission as affecting the liberation of blacks in the united states and elsewhere by using the international platform provided by an in sports”. The group set up many different attempts to fight for human rights such as…

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    It’s Our Right, Not Yours The government controls what is supposed to be individual rights without American citizens being fully aware. As a liberalist, Balko strongly believes individual freedoms should be the center focus of the government. He disagrees that the government is doing a successful job of sustaining and encouraging a healthier America. His concerns about these issues point toward the idea of fairness because tiny things like what a person choses to eat affect the wallets of…

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    “We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back” (Malala Yousafzai). In order for a nation to prosper it is mandatory for all of its people to have freedom. There are many societies where some people had privileges granted to them by the law. In these societies, things changed because of social unrest or war. It becomes extremely difficult to defend privileges for only select groups. This is why it is important for leaders of the United States to focus on protecting and defending equal…

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