• Why Is Changez Unable to Become an American?
    In the monologue, ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’, written by Mohsin Hamid, the protagonist is Changez, a Pakistani moves to America to pursue his Princeton degree, traces his journey of his adaption to American society, including his college life, his job at Underwood Samson, and his connection to an...
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  • Direct Interests of the People
    directly represent the views of the people who he was elected by. The best statement that describes this role would be “...as your duly elected representative, it is my responsibility to vote your wishes and not my opinion.” as opposed to a statement such as: “I will be voting my true convictions.” An...
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  • Intercultural Communication
    achieve, but different cultures view the ability or right to achieve power very differently. Hofstede explains this in his taxonomy on Power Distance. Some cultures such as our own American culture, views power as something that should be challenged to progress. Other cultures view power as something that should...
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  • Coffee
    dependence of harvesting coffee beans and the fact that it is Ethiopia’s major exports that they have. Another example that can be seen is in North America where the majority of people would drink coffee as a stimulant to keep them awake throughout the day. Coffee is a very popular drink in many of the...
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  • What Is an American?
    Europeans came to America to start new lives, with new laws, a new social system but all in all to become new men. In contrast African emigrants were brought to America to tend to the needs of the settlers from Europe. They were brought over to be slaves. Each of these views are views of St Jean de Crevecoeur...
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  • Freedom
    whatever. As I think of freedom, I think of how and what America was originally founded upon. When I think of freedom I think of the soldiers who have risked and are risking their lives to ensure we sustain our rights , and to ensure protection upon America. Although freedom is in many senses good, we often...
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  • Guns in the us
    in the U.S The name of the primary source I have chosen to support the social issue of the ownership of guns in America is titled, "Gun Control in America: The Debate, the Facts, and My Solutions", written by, Charles W. Collier. The article looks at gun ownership and gun control in the U.S. as of 2013...
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  • history
    there. They can grow almost anything down there from fruits to vegetables. They can grow things like coco which is a big product that is needed in America because Americans consume a lot of chocolate. They also have different plants that can provide medical healing like healing for malaria and other harmful...
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  • Short Story
    optimistic future and more idealistic view of America, but upon her arrival this idealistic view slowly begins to deteriorate by her uncle’s view of America. This idea raises the question of how does Jayanti’s uncle effect her view of America in terms of what she thought America would be and how it actually is...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    the Americas is a poem by Aurora Levins Morales that tackles social diversity. It is a poem about an American who came from a mixture of various cultures that comprise her heritage and her identity as an American. The first lines hold the essence for the entire poem. “I am a child of the Americas…A child...
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  • Why did the US lose the war in Vietnam?
    Why did the US lose the war in Vietnam? When the year 1973 came around, the most powerful economic and military force America, were being forced to come to terms with the fact that they had suffered defeat in their war in Vietnam. Despite the vast gulf in financial and military prowess which swung...
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  • Malcolm X
    unity." (Malcolm X, March 8, 1964) Malcolm X was probably one of the most controversial elements in the civil rights movement. Due to his radical views and actions he was detested by many peoples at that time, yet still today he is seen as a key figure along with Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King...
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  • Autobiography Eassay
    The Liberal Life I am a pure liberal who will likely vote for Democratic party candidates in upcoming elections. There are many types of political views that people have that are extremely different from each other as well as very similar. Two groups people would be the pure liberals and the pure conservatives...
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  • Cafeteria Nation
    Cafeteria Nation In One Nation, Slightly Divisible, David Brooks breaks down the country into two groups. Blue America, or the city, and Red America, the rural area. Brooks discusses the vast differences between each group as well as the stereotypes of each. For example, in his article he says, "We...
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  • Rough Draft
    source gave information about the start of cocaine. The source also told me the recipe for cocaine and the top three cocaine producers. This source gave my group and I a lot of critical information on the original purpose of cocaine as well. http:/www.gambino family.com/Mafioso-lingo. The gamino family...
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  • Virgin Lands
    tell you my opinion of early Europeans claiming the Americas as “virgin lands” then elaborate on my thoughts. I like to look at each point of view from both perspectives; both meaning the early Native Americans and also the early Europeans. In the next couple of paragraphs I am going to state my opinion...
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  • college
    Social Sciences February 11th, 2014 Globalization From Around the World Being a kid in the 1990’s was probably the best thing in my opinion, mainly because I got to live in a time where technology was there but definitely not as prominent as it is now. For example I remembered that...
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  • Evaluation
    Race Matters, written by Cornel West, addresses many concerns in the black community. In particular, it shows us West’s views on racism and white supremacy, and how they have shaped the black community along with many others forever. But what do college students and families nowadays think on this matter...
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  • The Protection of My Beliefs
    Amendment is the right that means most to me. It allows me to express my beliefs to others, listen to his or her point of view, and make my own decisions. Another right that the 1st Amendment guarantees me is the right to practice my religion. Without that freedom I believe I would be forced to practice...
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  • The Death Penalty
    subject in my family. I grew up in a fairly religious family and both of my parents felt like no man should ever take another man’s life. It is Gods who decides who lives or dies and not up to man to have the authority to do so. As I got older and started my own family, I changed my views on the death...
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