Looking Backward - Edward Bellamy
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LOOKING BACKWARD – EDWARD BELLAMY  Edward Bellamy (1850-1898) was well known for his utopian novel.  The author belonged to the period, which saw the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. This Revolution started in England and continued till the nineteenth century.… Labor who used to work in factories had to work long hours. They had to live in the crowed…
Edward Bellamy, Looking Backward novel
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1.One sentence description: Bellamy's Looking Backward is an essential illustration of technological utopianism, which is an optimistic form of technological determinism, and Bellamy's bipolar society is half organized by scientific-technical reason and half devoted to the pensively rational pursuit of freedom and individuality. … In a careful analysis of the…
Contributions of Equality by Edward Bellamy
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Equality, a novel by Edward Bellamy was published in 1897, shortly before his death. The novel was very useful in developing the socialistic themes of the author in details. The book has a number of contributions in the turn of the twentieth to the twenty first century since the author shared his visions of the twenty first century.… In Equality, Bellamy…
Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy Utopia
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Progressivism was a period of American history in which reforming working conditions, improving the way of life, exposing corruption, and expanding democracy rose from the city slums to Washington D.C. The lower and middle classes joined together to demanded changes in areas such a businesses and trusts, labor, and social conditions.… Its massive growth…
Responsibility to Protect or Trojan Horse: The Crisis in Darfur and Humanitarian Intervention after Iraq by A.J. Bellamy
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The article “Responsibility to Protect or Trojan Horse: The Crisis in Darfur and Humanitarian Intervention after Iraq” by A.J. Bellamy explores the international engagement with Darfur. The article analyzes the reason behind the interference of the international community in the Darfur conflict in Sudan.… In a reflective exploration of the arguments of A.J.…
Article Review : Alex Bellamy (2004) Ethics and Intervention: The Humanitarian Exception and the Problems of Abuse in the Case of Iraq, Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 41/2, pp. 131-147
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The impact of war has been defended by some and others have condemned those justifying killing people. In his article, Bellamy sought answers that would prove the Iraq war was moral and justifiable. He examines… The reason used by the U.S. in their invasion of the Iraq was based on the need to have a safer region and use the period to eliminate any wars that…
How did social reformers such as Edward Bellamy, Henry George, and the Knights of Labor conceive of liberty and freedom differently than the proponents of the liberty of contract and laisse faire like Herbert Spencer and Andrew Carnegie Which of these g
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How did social reformers such as Edward Bellamy, Henry George, and the Knights of Labor conceive of liberty and freedom differently than the proponents of the liberty of contract and laissez-faire like Herbert Spencer and Andrew Carnegie? Which of these groups was successful in… While the economy can operate on the basis of capitalism where individualism and…
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Bellamy considers equality to be the most important, namely the equality of labor. He considers labor to be very important for the society He has idealistic view on the society which provides people with job and insists that those who do not work can just disappear from the… The jobs are different, but it can be regulated with the length of the working day. He…
Book review
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Book Review Matthew J. Bellamy, Profiting the Crown: Canada’s Polymer Corporation, 1942-1990 (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005) Abstract This paper discusses the insightful review of Matthew Bellamy on a multinational company Polymer that began while Canada was in duress and in dire need of rubber that had been cut off due to World War II.… Bellamy also…
Looking Backward
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In this regard, there has been a paradigm shift from the application of a decentralized industrial control system for industrial organization under a single management system. The… The benefits of the evolution of this industrial system have been manifest. This has made other governments like Europe to emulate the same mode of a single system of control…
Article Review
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He is also involved at Tennenbaum Institute as a graduate research assistant. Major areas of research interests are supply chain strategy, network science, and management of… Bellamy & Basole (2013) reveal that with the ongoing evolution and adaptation of systems steered by multifaceted sociotechnical inter-firm contacts, traditional engineering and…
GLOBAL CHANGE
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The issue of global warming and climate change has been on the news this decade with debates from scientists and critics about the truth of its existence. Senator Inhofe of Oklahoma in his interview about global warming, he states that the whole issue of global warming is a hoax… He insists that there is no global warming. In his article, he says that there…
The responsibility to protect
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Introduction The Responsibility to Protect was established in 2001 through the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignity (ICISS). Basically it states that countries have the responsibility to protect their citizens, and, as long as the country is performing this function, then the country has sovereignty over its affairs.… 1). There has…
Ethics
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Today’s times call for a modern interpretation the idea of medical ethics. Ethics are basically descriptive of moral values, obligations and desired ends. Evidence-based practice is… Evidence-based practice is based on the ideal that decisions about individual patients should take into account the explicit, conscientious and well thought-out use of recently…
Forensics: Who Killed JonBenet Ramsey
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This was after reporting to the Boulder police and having read a ransom letter where they resulted to a meticulous search in quest of… Morning at around 5.00 a.m Patsy was the first to wake up heading to the kitchen where she found a ransom letter demanding $118,000 (“Crime Investigation Network”). This was in exchange for their daughter if they wished to have…
Artistic Technique Of Mark Twain In American Literature
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This research paper examines the technique of humor in most of Mark Twain's literary works. This includes exaggeration, satire, irony, high and low comedy, parody, absurdity, and other forms of humor. … The paper discusses that in most of Twain’s books such as The Innocent broad, Following the Equator, The adventures of Tom Sawyer, A Tramp Abroad, Roughing It,…
The Impact of Great Depression in the Piano Lesson
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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: The Impact of Great Depression in “the Piano Lesson” Introduction Wilson’s play, “The Piano Lesson”, focuses little on the economic frustration and disappointment of the Great Depression, but much on the socio-cultural tenets and temperaments of the era.… Far from embracing the American Dream that suffered the most from the Great…
U.S. and Terrorism
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The impact of terrorism is known to be phenomenal to all citizens of the country. This is because horror due to terrorism affects the lives of American citizens either directly or… A balance exists between the actions of the police and the needed approaches to ensure the Americans safety against terror and the liberties of the citizens. Patriotic act is one of…
8 page paper comparing the book Looking Backwards to the book THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMONWEALTH. AN EXPOSITION OF MODERN SOCIALISM. There is a significant spectrum of subjects you can write about as long as they relate in some way to the class
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The breach between the wealthy and deprived was immense and apparently impracticable to solve via any means. Like other associates of his category,… Julian, a victim of insomnia, had clandestinely built a subversive sleeping compartment to protect himself from boulevard blasts. He also recruited the help of Doctor Pillsbury, an accomplished mesmerist that was…
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This case study is intended to analyse and evaluate the international response to the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, Sudan (2003-2009), whose immediate consequences and far-reaching repercussions nearly rivalled the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, with over 200 000 fatalities – some… conflict, as well as multiple contributing factors are explored, and secondly, the…
Writing Assessment: A Six Traits Approach
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Writing Assessment: A Six Traits Approach Introduction The National Commission on Writing in America's School and Colleges stated that "writing extends far beyond grammar and punctuation" (p. 13). … 13). Writing is a highly complex process, and there is much more to a solid piece of writing than the traditional expectations of grammar and mechanics (Culham…
International law
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Introduction The United Nations has attempted to implement an international rule of law, however, it has not been entirely successful. The reasons why it is difficult to implement are manifold. One reason is that states traditionally have sovereignty, explained below.… This means that the decisions made do not have precedents on the other courts, which means…
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Wilson’s play, “The Piano Lesson”, focuses little on the economic frustration and disappointment of the Great Depression, but much on the socio-cultural tenets and temperaments of the era. Set in the historical backdrop of the Great Depression and revolving around a… Far from embracing the American Dream that suffered the most from the Great Depression, the…
International Theory
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The classical liberalism and English school theories are concepts in international law that deal with international relations between and among states. These theories came about as a result of the international relations disaster that was World War II and previous conflicts… s came about, and two of these theories emerged to what we presently know as the…
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YouTube Social Media Platform Introduction With the growing rise in technological advancements, it is quite clear that the modes of communications have equally increased. Indeed this has affected our way of living in different ways positively and negatively. … Social media platform entails web-based and mobile technologies that turn communication into social…
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