• Past vs. Present in \
    The Past vs. the Present In "A Rose for Emily" Faulkner uses history as the basis of his story. Faulkner uses a story to tell us about a situation in history. This story is about how older generations are replaced by new ones. Faulkner's story gives us an impression of his view on the situation.
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  • Appearance vs. Reality 4
    The Point of Ritual Death is important to comedy, as it is when the reader experiences a brief moment of tragedy and is not so sure that the laughter previously enjoyed will continue. Northrop Frye's Anatomy of Criticism's essay on comedy briefly discusses the different faces of this turning point
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  • Slavery
    The United States of America started off being a nation known for its ability to compromise and work together to get a solution that pleased everybody. One such example of this was the Missouri Compromise. In 1820 Missouri requested Congress' permission to be admitted to the United States as a slav
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  • Affirmative Action: Then vs. Now
    Affirmative Action: Then vs. Now In the 1960s when minorities and whites were equal according to the constitution but unequal in reality, a program was needed to level the playing field. Thus the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was created and prohibited discrimination. It marked the beginning of a d
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  • Slavery
    Volume 1: THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL Program One covers the period from 1619 through 1739 and shows the origins of slavery in America, focusing on Dutch New Amsterdam. This installment shows how slavery in its early days was a labor source, in which Africans and others of mixed race and mixed culture had
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  • North vs. South
    North vs. South The North and South had many differences and very little similarities. They each focused on industry, agriculture, slavery and tariffs. Even though they both strived to manufacture and evolve their land in the revolution, they both had many different views. The North often debate
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  • Slavery
    In the nineteenth century, supporters of slavery in used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. Southern plantation owners depended heavily on slavery. Cotton, their main export, required tedious slave labor. Thus, southern supporters of slavery employed whate
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  • America vs. Charlie Chaplin
    America vs. Chaplin "I'm not a politician; I believe in freedom. This is my only policy." It was "The Great Dictator" (1940), that got Chaplin into the political hot water that ultimately led to his being barr
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  • Linux vs Windows
    LINUX vs. WINDOWS The debate on Windows vs. Linux is truly an on going one with no end in site. Regardless how you come at this juncture you are usually a UNIX supporter or a customer of Microsoft OS and products who are grateful for products of Microsoft. We will in the following paragraphs try t
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  • Mbox vs. Ultralite
    Mbox vs. Ultralite Given today's technology, portable audio recording and music production is at its best. It's extremely powerful and amazingly versatile. You can be sitting at the beach, on a road trip, or just at a friend's house working on music. But to get the best quality out of your soft
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  • The Woman's Role in the Abolitionist Movement
    The abolitionist movement was meant to help free black slaves. You hear about many men who participated in the movement but you probably haven't heard about the contributions women, both black and white, made toward the abolitionist movement. Women, across racial and class lines, had participated i
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  • W.E.B. Du Bois vs. Booker T. Washington
    A Clash of Ideologies: W.E.B. Du Bois vs. Booker T. Washington During the turn of the century, between the years 1895 and 1915 there were many theories of how African Americans were going to achieve first-class citizenship. At this time first-class citizenship was determined by at least three as
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  • Adoption vs. Foster Parenting
    Adoption vs. Foster Parenting When I had cable TV, I used to watch a show on the Learning Channel, called "An Adoption Story". The show followed the story of a different couple each time, as they adopted a child. It was beautiful to see a childless couple be able to adopt a child of their own. The
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  • Cartwright's One-Sided Thoughts on Slavery
    The first hand accounts giving in the readings of Brent and Cartwright both provided great insight on how life was like during times of slavery. Brent's story provided an in-depth personal account on how it was for a slave girl to grow up. Brent life story took all sides of slavery into account.
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  • Market vs Demand Economy
    Market Vs. Demand Economy Market vs. Demand. Now it is time for the final comparison between the two major economic systems which happen to be big ones in the world today – the capitalist free market economy and the communist/socialist command-based one. We shall go about this comparison by goin
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  • Slavery
    The Pilgrim Colonists and the Jamestown colonists started arriving in 1620 and bought their first African slaves in 1621. The Colonists met the Indian tribes and established a fairly cooperative relationship at first. The Indians were farmers, and had developed the land into tillable farm plots. Few
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  • Women's Rights vs. Men Rights During the Iranian Revolution
    Women's rights Vs. Men's rights during the Islamic Revolution Human rights are universal, indivisible, and interdependent. Human rights are what make us human and equal. However, in some countries people are not treated as they are supposed to be. A real example is the Iranian Revolution in 1979. T
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  • Abolitionist
    Abolitionist-outline I. Abolitionist activity from the 1700s II. Most political efforts were toward COMPROMISE, rather than principle III. 1807 Outlawed foreign slave trade IV. Abolitionist remained a minority in the US/ only during the Civil War did majority approve it. V. Anti-slavery movem
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  • Capitalism and Slavery
    Capitalism: End Of The Slave Trade System or Reevaluated Economic Stimulus. Like many others demoralized cultures during the Atlantic Slave trade period, Africans fell victim to the sixteenth century discovery of Columbus' so called "New World." Europeans used the Atlantic Slave Trade to capital
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  • Harriet Tubman: Freed Slave, Abolitionist, and Legend
    Harriet Tubman: Freed Slave, Abolitionist, and Legend By: Aisha Elwadie WRAC 140 Section 006 Women In America Dr. Meija 9 October 2006 Harriet Tubman: Freed Slave, Abolitionist, and Legend Slavery is a situation in which someone is a servant of another person. The first Africans to be
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