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The Federalists Republic

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Many Federalists disagreed with specific parts of the constitution and made arrangements to replace the Confederation. Conflicts that arose over policies, the varying interpretation of the constitution, and the competition that was present for power which led to the development of political parties.

The Federalist book report

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Hamilton, in the “Introduction” of the work, maintains, “After full experience of the insufficiency of the existing federal government, you are invited to deliberate upon a New Constitution for the United States of America. The subject speaks its own importance…” (Hamilton et al, 1) Therefore, it is fundamental to realize that the subject of the book is greatly relevant to the overall political thought in the United States of America as it deals with the ratification of the proposed U.S.

first two chapters of The Mexican Muralists

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Like Odets’ “waiting for Lefty”, or Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath”, paintings of these artists reinforce the idea that the proletariat must resort to struggle and revolt against the class exploitation and sacrifice their individual life for the greater interest of the unified proletariat class, since the exploiting bourgeois class has not left any other options.

Youth Crime and Stigmatization

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Name Instructor Course Date Youth Crime and Stigmatization The Youth support complex One of the most important shifts in the American society in some few years back has been the growing disciplinary nature of controlling crime on one side of the coin and addressing social issues on the other.

U.S. History from discovery to 1877

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U.S. History from discovery to 1877 Gary B. Nash's "Race and Revolution" examines the decisions and individuals that influenced the course of American history in regards to slavery and subsequent race relations. The book is a collection of essays that are accompanied by many primary source documents.

review questions

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It is true that when we see a frequently red word, we do not pay attention to each of the alphabets. Rather, we perceive it as a word in whole. Attention of the reader automatically becomes diverted to the meaning rather than the structure of the word if the word is auto recognized.

Sam Houston and the American Southwest

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Nonetheless, Sam Houston and the American Southwest is an interesting book about life involving a child who is relentless and rebellious. Moreover, the author explains that the child had insignificant formal education, though he loved reading.

Reflection Journal on “My Name is Asher Lev” by Chaim Potok

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Reflection Journal on “My Name is Asher Lev” by Chaim Potok. In my reading this weekend I learned from the first five chapters on the life of Asher Lev as he remunerated on his life as young boy with initial focus on his ancestral roots, his familial background, his father’s work, her mother’s return to school, and his immersion to art, among others.

Life After Divorce

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Strengths: No religion-linked bias. It covers the entire spectrum of the divorce recovery process. The book provides sound guidance regarding different spheres of life such as positive thinking, nutrition and exercise. Weaknesses: The author does not address the critical issues regarding economic, social, cultural and legal implications of divorce.

Lincoln's Biography-Book Review

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The author sheds light on Abraham Lincoln (1809) stating that he was one of the greatest figures in American History, who was not only ambitious but persevered through all the troubles and turmoil of the wars but yet, emerged a winner as the President of America.

”Coyote Waits”

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The suspect is an elderly Navajo drunk man who has the lethal weapon. Convicted of homicide this man doesn’t utter a syllable. Curiosity made TakaJi follow suit. He saw the old man, now incarcerated, Ashle Pinto drink from a bottle.

neuroscience

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According to Jens Pruessner of the Douglas Mental Health University, being born and raised in city increases the lifetime risk of certain psychiatric disorders like anxiety and mood disorders like depression and schizophrenia and this is mainly related to stress in city living.

The Age of Wonder

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There have been many books written about the inspiring stories of these scientists that have served as motivation for greater advancements while at the same time for the appreciation of the efforts made by those people. One of the renowned authors of the science field is Richard Holms.

The book review of "The Art of War, The World is Flat, Who Says Elephants Cant Dance."

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To start with, all the three books talk about the theme of success in different fields. These successes are aimed at making the society or community a better place by being incorporated into society as they are. The book Mindset: the new psychology of success written by C.

Visual Art Critique(Edward Eisenlohr) "Painting Across the Texas Landscape"

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According to the description I saw, this artist painted the Texas landscape as he saw it during the first half of the 20th century. I thought it would be interesting to see what kind of changes were reflected in the paintings with the effects of the oil booms as compared to today.

The Case of Nutritional Foods

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Ethical business practices normally include assuring that the highest legal and moral standard is observed in the relationship with customers in ones business community. The context and circumstances for decision making in business ethics is referred to as ethical system.

Apology Plato

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Through this text, Plato exhibits the ultimate significance of Socrates as a teacher by whom he was able to unravel the perils of human psyche and politics which had been evident in Socrates’ mock trial by the jury to which the irony of his apologetic articulation was dedicated (T&G West, 16).

Nursing Faculty and Nurses Shortage

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Linda defines the issue aptly by using the pertinent information investigated and collected in the health care. She illustrates 5 influencing aspects that cause the scarcity of nursing faculty and nurses in hospitals. The challenges and consequences of failing to address the issue are elaborated in the article amicably.

Analysis on book by Varlam Shalamov - "Kolyma Tales"

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When looking at Shalamov’s “Kolyma Tales,” it can be seen that there are distinct problems with the historical recounts, specific to the Soviet Century. The political struggles during the time and the way in which these reflected with the lives of those in Russia were the main conflicts which are displayed through the book.

book review

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The novel is written by Lee Iacocca. The author has encountered both privileges and challenges in his professional life. At his old age he has met with significant world leader such as Fidel Castro, Pope John Paul II, Senator John Kerry, Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole and Rapper Snoop Dogg among many other leaders in their respective sectors (Iacocca, 2007).

Movie Analysis Paper: When Harry Met Sally

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The two people had known each other for years and share a very good relation of friendship. The tagline of the film was “can two friends sleep together and still love each other in the morning?”

Fat China: A book review

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As many as forty million people died of starvation during the years 1958-61, what the Chinese refer to as the “Terrible Years”, even though the number is unknown due to suppression (Sen). So it is amazing that in just fifty years, China has grown into an industrial giant and its economy has grown to where its GDP is second only to the United States.

Winning: Book lessons. Jack and Suzie Welch

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Winning: Book lessons. The author of the book is trying to teach on how to get it right in business. He mainly teaches about “winning in business” so as to get it right. He also tries to inform the society that winning in business is not only good but so great because if the organizations and companies win, the society at large prospers and grows because it opens up to more job openings and opportunities for everyone and everywhere.

Paper about 3 themes from an excerpt from Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" and supporting the existance of themes with information f

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This paper explores three themes emerging out of this magical sense of life as personified in Dean and Sal, and as reflected in the languages, thoughts and imagery that went into the composition of the novel. The three themes are the relationship between Sal and Dean as one where Dean personified the kind of free life that Sal dreamed; Sal’s inner vision as personified and reflected in the person and life of Dean; and the use of unconventional inspired language, thoughts, and composition to bring out the message of free creativity and the search for an ecstatic way of life in the novel (Kerouac; Slate.fr; Reno; Adams).

Leonard L. Richards, "Shays' Rebellion: The American Revolution's Final Battle" (2002)

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During this time, the government which was being threatened by the British empire was creating disillusioned people wanting change – getting equal rights, right compensation for loss, a voice in the government, achieving a government with no partiality, and most especially freedom to become United States of American, away from the influence of Great Britain’s authority.

plunkitt of tammany hall

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This led to the writing of the book ‘Plunkitt of Tammany hall’ that is a collection of the most spoken about talks of the ex-senator as they were presented in newspapers. Though relatively small in volume, the seven chapter book carries the world weight of very realistic speeches that are probably seen as the most honest talks that any politician has ever given in history.

Confessions by St. Augustine

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He embraced the faith and devoted his life for Christianity at the time when the faith was virtually in its budding particularly in the vast deserts of Africa, and the overwhelming majority of the region viewed the newly introduced religion as perversion to the prevailing paganism had been in vogue for centuries in Africa.

Counseling: Military and Veteran Families

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The war in Iraq and Afghanistan has brought enormous stress and mental irregularities to the military members and their spouses. The stress that brought about by the deployment and redeployment can cause the lives of the military members and their family.

Boff's Jesus Christ, Liberator and Cone's The Cross and the Lynching Tree

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He has to his credit some original theological concepts, but by and large, he is a part of the increasingly sophisticated liberation theology movement. But this liberation aspect is about the interpretation of the ground realities and the remedial measure necessary to challenge them.

Book Review

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This was the imposition of black codes or laws against blacks that basically made them slaves and could be the precursor of discrimination which is the lasting legacy of slavery. One of the laws in black codes that relate to work was that blacks were not allowed to be unemployed.

Net Neutrality

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This is a major issue for the congressional policy makers in the telecommunication reforms. If people prefer one site to the other, that’s where they will go. It is a problem if the gate keepers of the internet (local phone and cable companies) discriminate between disfavored and favored uses of the internet.

Evaluation Report on Bulli Seam Operations' Environmental Impact Assessment for BHP Billiton Pty. L

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The Project involves the continuation of longwall mining at the Appin Mine and West Cliff Colliery, located approximately 25 kilometers north-west of Wollongong in New South Wales (NSW), for 30 years, including the production of up to 10.5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of run-of-mine coal and up to 9.3 Mtpa of product coal.

Wealth Management in China.

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Wealth Management in China (Discussion Report) The paper provides an overview of the financial system of China from a cross country relative perspective. The paper reviews the potential wealth management business within China which is rising. Wealth Management refers to a perspective in which the country takes initiatives for the development and enhancement of the wealth of the country.

The Tattoo Responses

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We also see him meeting Mama-san who further contributes to his moral decay where he is becomes so involved in this wild lifestyle until he meets Claudia Mama-san’s daughter. Mama-san disapproves of this relationship due to her cultural background she had expected her daughter to be more successful.

Sexuality and the Chronically Ill Older Adult: A Social Justice Issue

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Basically, the article outlines how the population is aging and along with that comes issues with sexuality and the nursing field must be completely open to recognizing this and dealing with it for their patients. As humans, our sexuality should be expressed freely.

Book report on "Greek People"

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I personally think that this is because of the written manuscripts that were kept by each King and the recordings were done during their reigns. Many people have written books over Greeks and their lifestyle and how relevant they still are to our Modern World.

A&R

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In each section of the world, the colonizers had to make a choice. They had to settle on that part of the world or use it from outside as a colonial power. According to Robinson and Acemoglu the colonizers had to decided to stay in parts where disease were not common, that is going to stay in healthier parts of the world and exploiting others which were not healthy from far.

Report on "My War Gone by, I Miss It So"

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He does this through a photographer’s point of view. When the war started in Yugoslavia, Loyd packed a small luggage and used an old Skoda to drive through Europe towards the middle of Sarajevo. In his journey, he learnt a little more than a few Serbo-Croatian lessons and a used contact addresses from a friend of a friend.

History and political science.

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Therefore, the theme of the essay is, “How other Americans understand Japanese immigrants”. This book involves the encounters of four immigrants who were devoted friends. Through the different experiences that these four friends undergo, it is easier to judge and identify the relationships between the Japanese immigrants and the other Americans.

The Strategist (book review)

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This is especially when it comes down to organizational performance. Through the book, the reader is challenged to question some of the basic elements that surround organizational strategies, and how leaders go about implementing them in their organizations.

Reading Analysis of Boyd's Myth of a Christian Nation

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This paper also involves identifying the main purpose for this authorship, main issue the author addresses, and the evidence he presents to support his arguments, the assumptions that underlie the authors thinking. The author’s main purpose is to provide a sermon basing on biblical explanation why the church should not be involved in political activities.

English Composition 2

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As Diana Hacker maintains, “a number of unreasonable argumentative tactics are known as logical fallacies. Most of the fallacies – such as hasty generalizations and false analogies are misguided or dishonest uses of legitimate argumentative strategies.” (Hacker, 371) Hacker offers various examples in the handbook which clearly indicates when these argumentative strategies are reasonable and when they are fallacious.

Ralph Ellison "invisible man"

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The novel is set in the U.S. during pre civil war era. The laws at that time were stringent; they did not allow black Americans to enjoy basic human rights as their white counterparts. The novel begins in the South Carolina but majority of the action happens in North Harlem, New York.

Five Roads to the Future: Power in the Next Global Age By Paul Starobin

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The first one is the folly of Iraq War; the second one is the global financial crisis that has made serious dents in the American creditability. Its economic strength stands tested, and the top leadership of the country is groping in the dark to find tangible solutions to come out of the financial mess.

malfeasance: appropriation through pollution

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For instance, some of the types of pollution he advises man to avoid include; chemicals resulting to emission of toxins on the earth surface, mental pollution, which is as a result of hyper-consumerist culture. It is significant to note both types of pollution; hard and soft, are equally a threat to human beings (Serres, 1-89).

Diversity In The Workplace

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission"). As these issues are discussed, it can be seen how they are not only important to overlook when building a team, but they are also integral to its success. Three common terms that are often misused regarding diversity are prejudice, discrimination, and racism.

The Godless Constitution Paper

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Prior heading to Cornell University where he lectures today since 1972, he has lectured in other universities. These encompass Yale, Brandeis and Harvard. Kramnick’s specialization in both writing and educating entail English besides American politics and history.

Book review: Carl Ernst's and Mona Siddiqui's book. The books are: 1. Ernst, C., Following Muhammad: Rethinking Islam in

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One of the many riveting aspects of this book is that the writing rarely ever sinks into the monotonous routine of debating over the same old issues. Instead the author digs with commendable intelligence into a variety of meanings associated with the religion Islam all of which hold something captivating to reflect.

"The Road to Whatever" Book Review

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This piece of work will look at different behavior traits that are portrayed by children after subjection to different circumstances. The discussion will be based on Elliott Currie’s book; “The Road to Whatever” and the various issues that are discussed by the author.

book review

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Moved by such biased description of the religious principles of Islam, resulting in the continuous misunderstanding and falling respect of the religious within the global community, Carl W. Ernst and Mona Siddiqui wrote two books individually, titled Following Muhammad: Rethinking Islam in the Contemporary World and How to Read the Qur’an, respectively.
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