• The Constitution and Literature of the Gangster Disciple Street Gang(Use for Research)
    Prayers The 6 point Star is made up of two pyrmids the one faceing up is 13 bricks for the original 13 Founders The one up side down is 21 bricks for the down fall of Jeff Ford an the Main 21 "F.O.L.K.S" THROUGH THE YEARS A NATION HAS ROSE ABOVE THE REST. A NATION OF FOLKS THAT HAVE BE...
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  • Gangster Disciple Symbols
    The major symbol Gangster Disciples make use of is the six-pointed star (similar to the Star of David) The fact that this star is known as the Star of David pays homage to co-founder David Barksdale, and the six points are said to represent Life, Love, Loyalty, Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding. T...
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  • Gangsta Disciple History
    THE WILLING WE THE WILLING, LEAD BY THE KNOWING, TO DO THE IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE UNGREATFUL, WE HAVE DONE SO MUCH FOR SO LONG THAT WE ARE CAPABLE OF DOING ANYTHING WITHOUT NOTHING AT ALL, GD! THE KING KING DAVID IS OUR DECESSED KING, HE DIED IN 1978. KING HOOVER PUT THE "G" ON THE CROWN AND STAR...
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  • Prison Impact on the Gangster Disciples
    The GANGSTER DISCIPLES: A Gang Profile by George W. Knox, Director, NGCRC Copyright, 2001, NGCRC, Chicago, IL. (COPYRIGHT PROTECTED DOCUMENT: DO NOT USE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE NATIONAL GANG CRIME RESEARCH CENTER) © Copyright 2008, Chicago, IL, National Gang Crime Research Cent...
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  • Analysis of Gangster Movies
    Final Paper Option #2: Three "Larger-Than-Life" Gangsters Gangster movies have always appealed to a large public crowd through its central theme of its characters being "larger-than-life. Their interactions, demeanors, and even appearances attracted those who wished to live the dangerous yet lux...
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  • Black Disciple
    The gang's genesis dates to 1960, with a South Side gang called the Devil's Disciples had become sufficiently large to warrant being given an outreach worker by the Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago Youth Services (source: Chicago Historical Society). The Devil's Disciples were mostly male Afr...
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  • Gangster of Love
    For the solo novel I read The Gangster of Love by Jessica Hagedorn. I chose the book because I read Dogeaters for the group novel and I really liked Hagedorn’s style of storytelling also, it sounded interesting from the group presentation. The Gangster of love is a coming of age story told in the...
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  • Gangster Movies
    Gangster movies have been popular since the 1930's when James Cagney starred in 1931's Public Enemy. Since that film's release, hundreds of gangster or Mafia related movies have been produced and have gone on to great notoriety. The majority of gangster films have numerous elements in common with on...
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  • She's Dating the Gangster
    She's Dating the Gangster - Credits to the Author [Chapter 1] You wanna know a secret? Ok ok..  He's not my first love and I'm NOT his first love. Definitely not.  So what is it that made me love and cling to him this much?  Well, he's irritating, loud, and he's not sweet! He's wei...
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  • Pre-Code Gangster Genre Films Analysis
    Little Caesar, Mervyn LeRoy, Edward G. Robinson, Warner Bros., 1931 The Public Enemy, William Wellman, James Gagney, Warner Bros., 1931 Scarface: Shame of the Nation, Howard Hawks, Paul Muni, Universal, 1932 This purpose of this paper will be to explore and define the gangster genre in...
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  • Hamlet: Is He Insane?
    Hamlet: Is He Insane? The term insanity means a mental disorder, whether it is temporary or permanent, that is used to describe a person when they don't know the difference between right or wrong. They don't consider the nature of their actions due to the mental defect.("Insanity", sturtevant)...
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  • Hamlet: "To Be Insane or Not to Be Insane That Tis the Question"
    Hamlet: "To Be Insane or Not To Be Insane That Tis The Question" With in Hamlet, Shakespeare gives a psychological dimension to the thouoghts and actions of each of his characaters, exspecially hamlet. Shakespeare gives the reader an indepth look into the mind of Hamlet. If shakespeare had not g...
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  • Was Hamlet Insane
    Was Hamlet insane? Scholars have debated this question ever since Shakespeare presented this play to the public. Although I am not a scholar, I believe that there is enough evidence in the play to suggest Hamlet had been sane. He may have been depressed and angry however this was due to the trea...
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  • Hamlet Insane or Sane
    Hamlet- Sane or Insane??? In Shakespeare's play Hamlet the main character Hamlet experiences many different and puzzling emotions. He toys with the idea of killing himself and then plays with the idea of murdering others. Many people ask themselves who or what is this man and what is going on...
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  • Insane Macbeth
    An insane person is one that demonstrates foolish acts because of their poor mental state. In the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth is characterized as a brave soldier. His bravery on the battlefield earned him the titles of Thane of Cawdor and Glamis. The play leads the reader to believe that Macbeth i...
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  • On the Construction, Organization and General Arrangements of Hospitals for the Insane (1854)
    Dr. Thomas Kirkbride was born in 1809 in Pennsylvania. He went to the University of Pennsylvania Medical School originally intending to become a surgeon. However, in 1840 after his training and internship at Friends‘ Asylum, he was offered to become the superintendent of the newly established Penns...
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  • Insane Narrator
    The Insane Narrator Edgar Allan Poe was born on January 19, 1809 in Boston Massachusetts. His parents David Poe Jr. and Elizabeth Arnold Hopkins, both died when Edgar was very young. Calvin Thomas published Poe's first book, Tamerlane and other Poems in Boston in 1827. His first real...
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  • To Be Insane, or Not to Be
    To Be Insane, Or Not To Be In reading William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," many ponder the question of the title character's sanity. The Britannica dictionary has defined "insane" as "Mentally deranged or unsound…one afflicted by temporary or permanent irrational or violent deviations from normal thi...
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  • On Being Sane in Insane Places
    "One tacit characteristic of psychiatric diagnosis is that it locates the sources of aberration within the individual and only rarely within the complex of stimuli that surrounds him. Consequently, behaviors that are stimulated by the environment are commonly misattributed to the patient's disorder,...
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  • Insane in the Brain
    Insane in the Brain Cervantes, Miguel de. Trans. Samuel Putnam. "Don Quixote Part I." The Norton Anthology of World Literature. Eds. Sarah Lawall and Maynard Mack. 2nd ed. Vol. C. Norton: 2002. 2671-2731. Miguel de Cervantes is the author of "Don Quixote Part I." He was born in Alcala de Hen...
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