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    better life, and now I have the freedoms I would have never had in Peru. Without my parents’ struggle and determination, obtaining the opportunities available in this country, back in our country would have proven ten times more difficult. I have the right to speak my mind and not fear a corrupt government put a stop to my opinions or choices. As much as I love my country, I do admit its faults and realize my life here is one I cherish and never take for granted. In the words of my father, “En…

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    choose good or evil, but more importantly than that, each had the choice to define what was good and what was evil. But humans, they had a tendency to polarize the world into what is right, what is wrong, what can, and what cannot be done. Here is man’s problem: Timshel, the idea that humans are not predestined and right and wrong are not stagnant, was replaced by strict mundane social and political constructs which inhibit free will and self-determination. In East of Eden, through a positive…

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    Malcolm X Achievements

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    Essay On Malcolm X When describing Malcolm X, the word that comes to mind is determined. One reason for this is Malcolm X stated, “ By any means necessary” (Biography of Malcolm X). This mean that he was willing to do anything, no matter what the cost. Another reason is one year after Malcolm X got out of prison, he was named minister of Nation of Islam (NOI) Boston mosque. Finally, Malcolm X was determined because in 1963, the New York Times reported Malcolm X was the second most sought out…

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    Mill V. Mill's On Liberty

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    In the past, people worried about one main problem: the perpetual struggle between themselves and the government. The people wanted protection against those with the power to control them. However, Mill worried about a much subtler yet even more devastating problem: the tyranny of the majority. While people were more tolerable since rulers’ powers were limited, they failed to see another authority, an authority that controlled them without their knowledge—the tyranny of the majority. Many times,…

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    Capps Open-Carry Analysis

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    As society continues to lead with individualism, we will continue to grow further away from a synergistic profile. Dwelling between these two concepts lies fuel in the form of quantitative rights. This fuel can either nurture a social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals or strengthen the active role of government agencies. The purpose of the two essays surrounds open-carry policies. I’ve selected two articles that I have found to be the most persuasive. During my reading, I’ve…

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    discussed civil rights, religion, morals, and the Bill of Rights. During past discussions the teacher acknowledged that a number of the students attended church and had biased views concerning race or religion. The teaching strategy of preparing a lesson plan which teaches about diversity, acceptance, and tolerance will help the students to change some of their prejudiced views on race and religious beliefs. The teacher took her students on a field trip to a location central to a civil rights…

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    and factories. Wilson also created New Freedom program strengthen antitrust law, protect the rights of worker to union, and…

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    going to be subjected to inhumane laws that barred them from full participation in the community. The major beginning of their fight began in 1848, the year of revolutions across Europe, which called for the liberation of the middle class among other rights. The poor harvests combined with disease caused uproar and when the people noticed only some of them got a say, or vote, in the matter they looked for expanded suffrage. The liberal Jews participated in this fight in the hopes it would grant…

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    you feel that the gay rights movement and the feminist movement changed the minds of the American people? I feel that the gay rights movement and the feminist movements changed America the way I look at things today. While researching for this essay I already knew that being gay or having gay thoughts does not make any man less of a man in the American society that we all live in. But the label of being gay did not happen overnight it was a series of men who fought for the right to be accepted…

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    fought for a Bill of Rights to be included within the Constitutional framework governing the federal government so as to explicitly codify individual rights under the law. Their skepticism regarding the nature of government recognized state action and the liberties of the individual citizen are typically antithetical in nature and in need of explicit protection. Some Federalists on the other hand were actually fearful of such methods, worrying that explicitly listing the rights of the individual…

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