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Rhetorical Analysis of the Cinema I Shall Fight No More Forever
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...Chief Joseph declaring that they shall fight no more. This follows his tribesmen involving themselves in the battle to own the West with the US soldiers. Chief Joseph felt compelled to fight for their native land especially after the government discovered that the land was fertile and full of gold. The government decides to relocate the group of Nez Perce. Chief Joseph spearheaded the group of Nez Perce who were taken away from their lands against their will in 1877. Chief Joseph fudged and avoided his chasers for 90 days after travelling a very long errand until he eventually laid down his arm to General... A Rhetorical Analysis of I Shall Fight No More Forever The film is about a speech presented by...
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Joseph Brant
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...Joseph Brant, the powerful and influential Mohawk chief who sided with the British during the American Revolutionary War. Born at Cuyahoga Ohio Country on the banks of the Cuyahoga River, near present-day Akron, Ohio, during the hunting season when Mohawks travelled to the area, Brant was originally named Thayendanegea, which has possibilities of meaning two wagers (sticks) bound together for strength, or "he who places two bets." The parents of Joseph Brant were Mohawks whose home was at Canajoharie on the Mohawk River in New York. Brant, however, was born on the banks... Perhaps no Freemason who ever lived in America has been so condemned by some and praised by others as Joseph ...
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Review of Chiefs and Generals: Nine Men Who Shaped The American West
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...Chief Joseph of the Nez Perces, Apache Chief Victorio, Geronimo, George Armstrong Custer, George Crook, Ranald Mackenzie, Lakota Chief Red Cloud, O.O. Howard, and Nelson A. Miles. Among some of the interesting narratives on American history, Robert Larson enlightens readers about Red Cloud, who was an Oglala Sioux. He is a significant figure in American history because he was a 'treaty Indian'. This meant that he was a constant pain in the side of the government. Likewise, the government was no pleasure to Red Cloud. This was because he lived to see everything come to pass... Review of 'Chiefs and Generals: Nine Men Who Shaped The American West' Etulain and Riley's 'Chiefs and Generals: Nine Men Who...
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Leadership and Responsibility
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...Chief Joseph, who was a servant leader. The research contained in this article may be considered valuable considering the efficacy offered by adding a historical approach for understanding such intricate leadership constructs as transformational leadership, which is considered to be more appropriate by the author when a definite organizational change is desired. The author stresses on the fact that the importance of contextual... Leadership and Responsibility: This paper is primarily based on critically analyzing the highly acclaimed article “Contextual implications for transformational and servant leadership: A historical investigation” written by John Humphreys. The concepts of transformational and ser...
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Leadership and responsibility
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...Chief Joseph, who was a servant leader. The research contained in this article may be considered valuable considering the efficacy offered by adding a historical approach for understanding such intricate leadership constructs as transformational leadership, which is considered to be more appropriate by the author when a definite organizational change is desired. The author stresses on the fact that the importance of contextual... ?Leadership and Responsibility: This paper is primarily based on critically analyzing the highly acclaimed article “Contextual implications for transformational and servant leadership: A historical investigation” written by John Humphreys. The concepts of transformational and...
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Finale Paper Rough Draft
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...Chief Joseph, 1879). In search of new lands and natural resources, such as gold, “new” Americans invaded the territories settled by Indians which caused endless wars and isolation of the latter. Nevertheless, if in 19th century the Indian-American interaction was largely armed and conflict in nature, 20th century has brought new perspectives and possibilities to make it smoother and more legal, moving from the battles on the fields to activities in the official organizations. In this paper we aim to discuss six main events in the history of Native Americans, how they evolved since 1867 till now, and their role and impact in the US society in general. We believe that the most significant... NATIVE...
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Critical Response Paper (And the Injun goes How: Representations of American Indian English in white public space)
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...Chief Joseph, an Indian actor, tries to bargain with a wealthy Russian trader (Meek, 100). Chief Joseph begins his conversation by speaking French, and later changes to HIE. The Russian trader does... Task Introduction In And the Injun goes “How Representations of American Indian English in white public space, Barbra Meek discusses the linguistics styles and features that give a picture of imaginary American Indian Speech (Meek, 93). The significance of studying the linguistic style is because of its exceptional popularity and is used in many movies, televisions programs, and in some literature works. In this essay, the linguistics style on the American Indians speech is critically analyzed, alongside...
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Inequality in American History:from reconstruction to the first world war
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...Chief Joseph who is also known as Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt. He was a native from Idaho and was one of the elders of their tribe. He was among the first Nez Prce who was Christian converts. He was pro American at first, but when there was a gold rush in Nez Prce, the Americans took their lands... Topic: Inequality in American History:from reconstruction to the first world war The growing world we have does not exempt any nation from any competition. Humans compete to survive, whatever means that he can do to surpass tests, is never impossible to show it how powerful an individual can be. Like humans, nations also acts like that since it s composed of humans. With the race of power, America is one who ma...
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Joseph Conrads Heart of Darkness
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...Joseph Conrad's Heart of darkness Heart of Darkness is a famous novel by Joseph Conrad which narrates the story of Marlow, an Englishman, who makes a journey through the African jungle on a foreign assignment from a Belgian trading company as a ferry-boat captain in Africa. The novel is recognized as an important link between Victorian and modern literary values and ideals and the narrative strategy of the author has contributed to the success of the novel. In the novel, the novelist adopts a significant narrative technique of Framed Narrative, in which the narrator begins the story which Marlow takes over and the narrator breaks in occasionally. In other...
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The secret sharer by joseph conrad
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...Joseph Conrad Research question Joseph Conrad s his story ‘The Secret Sharer’. What does ‘SecretSharer’ mean in his short story? Report on Research According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word secret means something that not everybody knows and that people keep out of view from others. In the story, the term ‘secret’ is an adjective that describes the Sharer. Sharer is a word derived from the verb, ‘share’, and the Oxford English dictionary defines ‘share’ as obtaining a portion of something. Sharer in the story refers to a person who communally resides in a cabin with the ship’s captain. When the two words combine, they mean that the sharer was a secret. Relevance... The Secret Sharer by Joseph ...
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History of Planning
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...Chief Joseph, Crazy Horse... History of planning For over a century, planning movement has been a dominant mechanism of delivering social justice and sustainabledevelopment. Movement was spearheaded by visionaries and progressives who blended environmental protection with utopian garden cities and drastic philosophies about redeploying resources for ordinary persons. It criticized planning as being bureaucratic and disengaged from locals. This powerful force forced the government to restructure planning and focused on promoting economic growth and decentralizing planning power. Consequently, the NPPF (National Planning Policy Framework), housing strategy and Localism Act were introduced leading to more...
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Africans in Joseph Conrads Heart Of Darkness
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...Joseph Conrad's Heart Of Darkness. Joseph Conrad wrote Heart of Darkness. It is a novella where the narrator, Charles Marlow, tells his story to an omniscient narrator, who is actually the book's narrator. This is Marlow's story of his adventures in Africa. His narrative tries to explain why he thinks Africa is dark. The darkness alludes to the skin color of the Africans, the dark mysteries of the natives, the land and the unknown. This essay explores how the Africans were depicted in the short novel, Heart of Darkness. The Africans are depicted in a negative way. They are portrayed as being uneducated and ignorant. Charlie Marlow narrates how a former captain, Fresleven, fights... Africans in...
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Race and discourse analysis in Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad)
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...Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness Introduction Cornel West has powerfully expressed his belief that the greatest predicament of the modern world is the marginalization, distortion, and misrepresentation of homosexuals, women, people of color, and other members of the so-called ‘the Other’, by powerful institutions. The misrepresentation of these people has resulted in their disenfranchisement or depoliticization and segregation from the mainstream social order (During 256). The new cultural politics of difference reacts to this crisis of representation. West argues that the goal of these marginalized groups is “to empower and enable social action and, if possible, to enlist... Race and Dis Analysis in...
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Joseph addai
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...Joseph Addai With ancestral roots in Ghana, West Africa, Joseph Addai Jr. was born on May 3, 1983 in Houston Texas to Joseph Sr. and Joyce Addai. Born in a small family, Joseph Addai Jr. has two brothers and one sister. (LSUsports.net).When compared, Addai’s personal life is not as documented through the media as much as his career. Varying sources described Addai as a left-handed option style quarterback for the Sharpstown Apollos- his high school team. In his senior year, he rushed for 1,429 yards on 159 carries and completed 37 passes for 425 yards. He was chosen as a member of the 5A All-State first team in Texas. He...
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General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm; Master Tactician and Warrior
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...Joseph de Montcalm’s Place in the French Army In the spring of 1756, King Louis XIV tendered him an appointment as major general and commander in chief of French regular forces in Canada to replace the captured Baron Jean-Armand de Dieskau. At that time, Europe was in the beginning era of the internecine Seven Years’ War against Prussia. The New World was considered by many ambitious military men as the “graveyard of reputations”13. Undeterred by this fact, Montcalm willingly accepted the position out of obligation to France. It was this strong feature of devotion to family, nation and the country’s soldiers, and the loyalty that it inspired in return that contributed so much... General...
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Joseph Kony
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...Joseph Kony: A Research Paper Presented Summary This paper seeks to examine public awareness and opinions regarding the issues related to a Ugandan-based rebel group known as Lord Resistance Army (LRA). This group, which is headed by Joseph Kony has conducted a lot of brutal acts against civilians in Uganda for a long time without public awareness in most parts of the world. Recently, an awareness campaign has been raised against Kony to seek support from the general public and national governments to eliminate Kony and save children who have been abducted. Within a very short span since it was launched, this campaign has helped to increase awareness of...
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Joseph Stalin
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...Joseph Stalin – A Critical Analysis Born to a cobbler father Vissarion Dzhugashvili and a religious mother Ekaterina in December of 1879, Joseph Stalin was birthed under the name Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili at Gori of Georgia as his place of birth. His father worked for village shop and shoe factory that enabled him to focus on his craftsmanship though Stalin’s dejected childhood is mostly attributed to him for the misery caused by frequent physical beatings of his son. Despite being a peasant woman, on the other hand, the mother of Stalin dreamed for him at teenage youth to aspire for priesthood so that she eventually sent him to a school of theology at Tpilisi... Life and Accomplishments of...
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Joseph Stalin
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...chief editors of the Party’s Pravda newspaper and co-opting him into the RSDLP’s Central Committee to replace an arrested member (Service 6). At this time, Stalin had had gained fame, coming to be known as a ‘Man of Steel’. Stalin went ahead and wrote his own theoretical work, Marxism and the National Question, which was to become the future program for Soviet treatment of issues of nationality and national autonomy. However, he had ruffled many feathers leading to his arrest, and was consequently sent to Siberian exile for one more time. As a result, his work was never published in 1913. After the monarchy was eventually overthrown in February 1917, Stalin... 2 December Stalin the Cruelest leader...
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Wheeler Howard Act. Voices of Freedom by Eric Foner
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...Chief Joseph: An Indian's View of Indian Affairs." In Voices of Freedom, by Eric Foner, 30. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2005. Foner, Eric. "America and Freedom." In Voices of Freedom, by Eric Foner, 102. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. , 2005. —. Voices of Freedom. New York: WW Norton & Co., 2005. United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs. Repeal of the Wheeler-Howard Act. Washington: U.S. Govt. print. office, 1946.... ? WHEELER HOWARD ACT Voices of Freedom by Eric Foner United s is a huge country accommodating every culture, ethnicity, background, and cast. While, many other groups are popular in the United States because of their size or larger numbers of members the Native...
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Joseph story
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...Joseph Judaism, Christianity and Islam are viewed to be the three Abrahamic faiths because of their sharing almost same mythology, historical developments and belief systems. The concepts of God and angels, heaven and hell, life after death and the presence of satanic forces to seduce humanity are also one and same, according to their beliefs. The Scriptures of these religious communities recount the tales of same personalities including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, David and several others as prophets, saints and holy men. The same is particularly the case with Joseph’s Biblical and Quran account that the readers could easily judge that the story maintains one... Module Module ID: Joseph...
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Joseph Beuys
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...JOSEPH BEUYS Introduction Joseph Beuys, the German conceptual artist (1921-1986), whose notion of art can be related to a tradition of social idealism, believed that creative potential is universal and widening the domain of art is essential.“The isolated concept of art education must be done away with, and the artistic element must be embodied in every subject, whether it is our mother tongue, geography, mathematics or gymnastics” (Joseph Beuys, quoted in Harrison & Wood, 2003: 905). Art and design make a unique contribution to the aims of the national secondary school curriculum. The art programme provides opportunities to plan...
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Segregation and Disenfranchisement of African-Americans from 1875 to 1900
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...Chief Joseph, surrendered to federal troops. Not cowed by black and moderate whites’ resistance to segregation, the white southern legislatures passed... ? of Lecturer] Segregation and Disenfranchisement of African-Americans from 1875 to 1900 Introduction The period between 1875 and the turn of the 20th century was a difficult era in the history of African Americans. Henceforward referred to habitually as the freedman or black community, African Americans were considered second class citizens and separated from the whites by law and practice. They were not allowed to use the same modes of transportation, accommodations, and educational, recreational, or correctional facilities. These segregations and...
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Chief Ethics Officer
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...Chief Ethics Officer Table of Contents Introduction 3 Job of Chief Ethics Officer 3 Parameters Necessary to Avoid Organ and Leadership Toxicity 5 Ethical Guidelines to Avoid the Toxicity 6 Internal Control In Order to Identify and Remove the Contributing Behavior 7 Level of Leadership Required to Handle the Situation 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Introduction Corporate ethics play a vital role in ensuring good corporate governance along with corporate management. Both the corporate ethics and the corporate governance lead to better corporate management. It has been observed that the ethical dilemmas have led to most of the corporate problems in several corporate organizations. The term ethics... ...
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Chief Information Security Officer
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...Chief Information Security Officer (Section) Due) Close to 160 data breaches has been experienced by higher education institutions since the year 2008 without over close to 2.5 million records reported compromised exclusive of the unreported statistics. A lower number of breaches: 57 was reported in 2009. These are some of the pitfalls of the increased dependency and adoption of information technology by the higher education institutions. The over reliance on information technology presents great threats to private and confidential data besides the possible damages to the physical properties such as the computer systems and applications. The repercussions of these breaches...
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Chief Information Security Officer
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...Chief Information Security Officer (Section) Due) Close to 160 data breaches has been experienced by higher education institutions since the year 2008 without over close to 2.5 million records reported compromised exclusive of the unreported statistics. A lower number of breaches: 57 was reported in 2009. These are some of the pitfalls of the increased dependency and adoption of information technology by the higher education institutions. The over reliance on information technology presents great threats to private and confidential data besides the possible damages to the physical properties such as the computer systems and applications. The repercussions of these...
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Joseph Heler Cheese
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...JOSEPH HELER CHEESE By Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Background 4 Marketing Strategies and Challenges Faced 6 Total Quality Management 10 Challenges 13 Evaluation of Challenges 14 Rising Costs of Operation 15 Competition from Chinese Firms 15 Unpredictable Financial Markets 16 Competition 17 Recommendations 18 Works Cited 20 Executive Summary As one of Britain leading companies in the Cheese production industry, Joseph Heler has undergone a range of challenges and opportunities, which have impacted on the company’s business in many ways. In the historical development of the company, many challenges and opportunities impacted on its level of operation in ways that led... ...
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Chief Ethics Officer
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...Chief Ethics Officer Table of Contents Introduction 3 Job of Chief Ethics Officer 3 Parameters Necessary to Avoid Organ and Leadership Toxicity 5 Ethical Guidelines to Avoid the Toxicity 6 Internal Control In Order to Identify and Remove the Contributing Behavior 7 Level of Leadership Required to Handle the Situation 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Introduction Corporate ethics play a vital role in ensuring good corporate governance along with corporate management. Both the corporate ethics and the corporate governance lead to better corporate management. It has been observed that the ethical dilemmas have led to most of the corporate problems in several corporate organizations. The term ethics...
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Chief Security Officer
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...Chief Security Officer Introduction The issue of security is a primary concern in all developmental plans. In essence, before establishing an enterprise or an institution, it is necessary to ensure that effective security mechanisms are put in place. The problem of insecurity has been very controversial in present days among the institutions of high learning (Casey, 2011). The diversity of the education system and the increased use of the modern technology facilities in education has resulted in numerous security threats. Among the most dangerous security concerns that have emerged as a result of the use of modern technology is the computer crime, commonly referred to as...
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Chief Executive Officers Compensation
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...Chief Executive Officer's Compensation. Some Puzzling Questions. By: October, 2007 Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction 1.1.1 Do you think the fact that most American CEOs are paid so much more than rank-and-file employees, suggests CEOs are overpaid Explain 1.1.2 Japanese CEOs generally received much lower levels of compensation than CEOs in the United States. Does this imply that US CEOs are overpaid 1.1.3 Is it obvious that, $10.57 per thousand is too low of an incentive pay for CEOs Explain 1.1.4 Does the observation that, the stock price increases when firms increase incentive pay for CEOs suggest that most CEOs do not receive enough incentive compensation Explain 1.1.5 Are there any... Supervisor...
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Joseph Papp(Theatrical Producer)
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...Joseph Papp (Theatrical Producer) Theater performers usually present their play through combinations of song, gesture, dance, speech, music, and dance. The actual place of the performance is also named as ‘‘theatre’’ which was derived from the Ancient Greek. This research paper describes the life, accomplishments, and achievements of Joseph Papp. His original name was Joseph Papirofsky, he was born on 22nd June1921 in Brooklyn, New York. He was an American cultural image and the son of Jewish settlers in America (Epstein 4). His family lived in total poverty and his father was just a laborer who was a very serious person that prayed on a...
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Literature analysis for the novel Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
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...Joseph Conrad in 1899. It is a psychological thriller and relies on traditional concepts of heroism which face constant challenge in the changing world. In this novel there is a philosophical perspective of the concrete threats like illness, violence and conspiracy that the characters face. Each of the characters has their own set of ideals and doubts in the era of imperialism. Charlie Marlow Charlie Marlow is the central character of the novel. He is philosophical and has a mind of his own. He harbors a skeptical view of people around him. Being an European he has many prejudices yet is skeptical of imperialism. As a riverboat... The Heart of Darkness The novel The Heart of Darkness was written by...
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Joseph Stalin Dzhugashvili
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...Joseph Stalin Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was a soviet politician and Bolshevik revolutionary. He held the of first General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union's Central Committee, which made him the most powerful political figure in the USSR. Born 20 December (December 6 by the old style) 1878 in Gori in the Tiflis Governorate of the Russian empire, Stalin was of Georgian descent. At birth, his name was Ioseb Besarionisdze Jughashvili. His father, Besarion Jughashvili was a cobbler. (Service 13) The Jughashvili family lived an ordinary life, but at one point Joseph’s father turned to alcoholism. This ruined his business;...
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Joseph Plumb Martin
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...Joseph Plumb Martin “Ordinary Courage” reminds the reader that the American Revolution was fought by ordinary soldiers thrustinto extraordinary circumstances. The pages of the human history, daubed in bloodshed about wars, the heroics of the war-veterans, the statesmanship and brinkmanship of the political leaders, cruelties and devastation. The suffering and extraordinary contributions of the ordinary soldiers are relegated to the background. The rank and file soldier has to undergo the after-results of the war like starvation, killer diseases and unpredictable weather conditions. "What sort of “hero” is Martin, having what sort of “adventure”?—is not ironic. Some authors have... ? Order 524553 Topic:...
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...Joseph Plumb Martin “Ordinary Courage” reminds the reader that the American Revolution was fought by ordinary soldiers thrust into extraordinary circumstances. The pages of the human history, daubed in bloodshed about wars, the heroics of the war-veterans, the statesmanship and brinkmanship of the political leaders, cruelties and devastation. The suffering and extraordinary contributions of the ordinary soldiers are relegated to the background. The rank and file soldier has to undergo the after-results of the war like starvation, killer diseases and unpredictable weather conditions. "What sort of “hero” is Martin, having what sort of “adventure”?—is not ironic. Some... Order 524553 Topic: Joseph ...
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Joseph Stalin Politics
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...Joseph Stalin Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin was a soviet politician and Bolshevik revolutionary. He held the of first General Secretary of theCommunist Party of the Soviet Unions Central Committee, which made him the most powerful political figure in the USSR. Born 20 December (December 6 by the old style) 1878 in Gori in the Tiflis Governorate of the Russian empire, Stalin was of Georgian descent. At birth, his name was Ioseb Besarionisdze Jughashvili. His father, Besarion Jughashvili was a cobbler. (Service 13) The Jughashvili family lived an ordinary life, but at one point Joseph’s father turned to alcoholism. This ruined his...
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Joseph Ellis's Founding Brothers
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...Joseph J. Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation. , 2000. Print. The book ‘Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation’ is written by Joseph Ellis. Joseph Ellis is a history professor at Mount Holyoke College who even received a Pulitzer Prize for writing the book. The book narrates an interesting account of dialogue held amongst a group of people who were both gifted as well as flawed. These aren’t any ordinary interactions, rather quite complex ones which had an immense impact in the early development episodes of the United States of America. It has also been noted that the technique used in the book has been borrowed from a classic study of Lytton Strachey i.e. The Eminent... s Ellis,...
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Joseph King Oliver
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...Joseph ‘King’ Oliver Introduction Jazz is a music style having its origin in the black communities living in the US in the 20th century. It is a mixture of American and European music cultures. New Orleans is the epitome of jazz music dating back to the year 1910. With the blacks embracing this type of music, the style of the music’s definition is ragtime. Other qualities of this type of music are the improvisation and off beat rhythms that it possesses. Oliver Joseph contributed to the development of jazz music. He became one of the best jazz musicians in New Orleans considering that the city contributed the best trumpet players during those days. By the...
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Conflict between Federalist and Anti-Federalist: Manifestation in American Politics Today
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...Chief Joseph talks about how the influence of white people in the West has challenged his people, the Nez Perce, since the expedition of Lewis and Clark. He outlines four major developments. The Nez Perce community arrived in arrived in the Rocky Mountains with various challenges. Sick, hungry, and weak, they needed help. They met two men, Lewis and Clark... ?Question 2 a) The inhabitants of Great Plains, who were mostly farmers, ailing from different tribes had their own share of problems that put their tribal domains at the receiving end of tribal clashes. In particular, during the Civil War, the Native Americans suffered utmost benevolence and cruelty. In order to bring stability and peace in the...
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Tank History
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...Chief Joseph Joffre, of the benefits of the tank. As a result, an order for 400 French Schneider and 400 St. Chaumond tanks was placed. The first Schneider CA1 was based on Holt caterpillar and made its debut on April 16, 1917. However, the French remained skeptical... Impact of Tanks On Military Transformation Early Years The adverse fighting conditions during the First World War had infused a desire in the British Army strategists to develop a new war machine- one that could easily cross trenches, destroy barbed wire, and resist machine-gun fire- one that is self-propelled and indomitable. The prime inspiration was the Rolls Royce armored vehicle used by the Royal Naval Air Service in 1914, and...
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Joseph Nathan Oliver
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...Joseph Nathan Oliver was born in December 19, 1881 and later passed on in April 10, 1938 at the age of fifty-seven years. When this name is mentioned, what pops into mind is jazz music and New Orleans, since Joe was a famous jazz musician at international level. Oliver started by playing trombone then learned and played the cornet. Jazz music in New Orleans was characterized by dancing and brass instruments, mostly performed by a marching band. This music was played usually in rough working class venues. Most instruments that were used in this music genre were bought as second-hand at pawnshops. These instruments include cornet and trumpet for melody input, trombone,...
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Composers: Franz Joseph Haydn
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...Joseph Haydn commonly known by the s Joseph Haydn is a ical composer of Australian origin. He remains one of the most prominent and prolific composers of classical music in the Classical period. His remarkable contribution has left most lovers of this music genre to refer to him as ‘Symphony father’ and String Quartet father’ as a result of his crucial contributions in Classical music. Haydn is also remembered for the instrumental role he played in piano trio development and sonata form evolution (Landon 54). His early life was marked by a young but outstanding music career with his earliest career being a court musician of Esterhazy family. It was his isolation... Composers Introduction Franz Joseph...
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Joseph Hellers Catch 22
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...Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22 illustrates a satirical story about war and therefore, carries an underlying theme of death. Compared to typical war novels, Heller discounts bloody depictions of war but instead utilizes humor to emphasize his point. Furthermore, the author goes beyond the preconception that death is the final point of war. Instead, Heller demonstrates that the inevitability of death is a prominent factor of war, which provokes the protagonist Yossarian, to obsess over the subject matter until he eventually comes to value life. Having started with the idea of hopelessness and death, the author twisted the theme by ending... Stephanie Wissner August 13, 2007 Life vs. Death in Catch 22...
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Louis Joseph de Montcalm
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...Joseph de Montcalm: Master Tactician and Warrior Charles Smith HS 498 Senior Seminar in History Prof. John Chappo General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm: Master Tactician and Warrior General Louis Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, Marquis de Saint-Veran (1712-1759), was the legendary French commander of the French and Indian War. Unable to overcome the superior manpower and resources of the English, he managed to thwart the impending conquest of Canada for three years. “In doing so, he established a legendary reputation, despite defeat and death in his final engagement.”1 John C. Fredriksen. America’s Military Adversaries. (California, ABC CLIO, Inc.,...
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Joseph Beuys - Into Fat
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...Joseph Beuys: Into Fat What I found intriguing with the work of Joseph Beuys is his use of utterly unconventional media. Fat, felt and organic media were unlikely vehicles of communication. These media do pose a lot of questions as to their aesthetic value, their inherent messages, what gave the artist the mind to consider them in art form, their different usages in the varying presentations, and lastly, their preservation. Are the organic materials like fat and felt effective tools in getting Beuys' messages across, as they are used in his actions and sculpture The encounter with organic medicine. Being that the materials Beuys use for his actions and sculpture are unconventional... )....
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Joseph Andrews by Henry Fielding
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...Joseph Andrews, draws the various scattered thematic strands of the novel together and resolves the numerous plot conflicts. Most significantly, Book IV, Chapter XVI rewards those who have proven to possess genuine virtue, as opposed to the false variety. Thus, the final chapter witnesses the reunion between children and parents, the exposition of those who claim to possess virtue, while they do not, and the revelation of the true possessors of virtue and their subsequent reward. This final chapter and most evidently in the material recognition of parson Adam's worth as a truly virtuous character, resolves the novel's central thematic... The final book of Henry Fielding's literary masterpiece, Joseph...
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Joseph H Pilates
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...Joseph H. Pilates today. Works Cited: http://www.jillianhessel.com/pilates_biography.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Pilates http://www.pilatesmethodalliance.org/whatis.html... in 1880 in Mnchengladbach Germany to a Greek prize winning gymnast and a naturopath who thought that the only wan tto cure the body was to work with it, not with the use of artificial medicine and drugs. There is no doubt that the influence of his mother and father's jobs and views affects him as he grew up to eventually invent the exercises ands life style that he did. When he was younger he suffered from many sicknesses an illnesses, and was often picked on by older children. Perhaps because of this, he decid...
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President as the Chief Head of State
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...Chief Head of President as the Chief Head of Role is a lay down of associated viewpoints, norms, compulsion, civil liberties, and behavior as viewed by people in a societal state of affairs. The roles of a president in other words refers to the responsibilities or what they are obliged to do as stipulated by various constitution in the different countries world-wide. Some of the common roles obliged to presidents include: principal head of state, commander in chief of all the armed forces, principal legislator, diplomat, citizen, administrator, and party chief (Trager, 2011). All the presidents roles are important; however, the presidents responsibility as the chief head of state... President as the...
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Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad
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...Joseph Conrad In his novel "Lord Jim" Joseph Conrad tells the story of a ship voyaging across the Indian Ocean to the Red Sea. There are 8 hundred Muslim pilgrims who are transported to the Holy Land. The ship eventually collides with "a floating derelict". Terror possessed the captain - Marrow and the crew members safely abandon the ship in their life-boats. In the novel Conrad explores the moral identity of the young seaman Lord Jim, whose aspirations and actions show how torn he is between his idea of morality and reality. After being trialed and his navigation certificate taken, Jim is angry with himself, because he discovered his many moments of weaknesses... The moral sense in "Lord Jim" by Joseph...
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Rewriting by Joseph Harris Assignment
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...Joseph Harris Assignment The project of the is to outline the importance of self learning through the use of the real life experiences of the character in the article. The setting of the article is based in a prison where the character teaches himself from scratch to read and write. He first had to learn the language so as to understand the content of the books he was reading and after a short while he is good to go. He reads inspirational books on the liberation of the black man. It is from this information that he empowers himself and becomes one of the most influential people in the fight of the American History. The aim of the article is to enlighten the reader about the importance... Rewriting by...
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Bethoven and Joseph Haydn's relationship
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...Joseph Haydns relationship Joseph Haydn was Beethoven’s and a music composer. His relationship with Beethoven started when Beethoven was around 20 years old and just before this Austrian composer went to London and acquired much success. He took Beethoven as his pupil just after his successful return from London (Schindler and MacArdle, 52). Haydn was a very busy man, too busy to have enough time to tutor Beethoven. When Beethoven noticed this, he started taking lessons with other tutors. This however happened secretly because he did not want Haydn to know and get upset or disappointed in him or the fact that he took other lessons in his absence. Their relationship is said to have... Beethoven and...
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