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1984 Thematic Essay

By: Jared Miller 1984 was written by George Orwell about a grim future in which people are controlled by a party known as the brotherhood which is led by Big Brother. The background of the story is that nuclear war has ravaged the earth and three superpowers have arisen out of the rubble, Oceania, Eurasia, and Eastasia, all of which are at war with each other. The leading party in Oceania, where the story takes place, experts maintain its power through such techniques as "Spies", a youth group...

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A Better Tomorrow

beliefs and specific ideas that direct their actions. Freemasonry is a worldwide fraternity that symbolizes ideals for a better tomorrow. Since the fraternity has been in the American Nation, it has been both a compliment and liability to the brotherhood that people saw the influence of Freemasonry, even where it didn’t exist. Some of the American Republican ideas looked like Masonic ideas; honorable civic mindedness, a high regard for learning and progress in society. In the words of Steven Bullock...

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lords of discipline- wearing of the ring

aspects of Tradd, Pig, Mark, and Will strengthen their brotherhood bond? Each one of the boys gives something different to offer to the brotherhood between them. Tradd comes from a wealthy family in Charleston, with his father being a graduate from The Institute. Not only is he rich, but he is also reserved and highly educated. Within the brotherhood, Tradd feels like he is the outcast and is able to diffuse most fights within the brotherhood using his words. During his education at The Institute...

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Invisibility in Invisible Man

Even the Brotherhood, Invisible Man's proposed savior, pursued the narrator never to know him, only to use him. Brother Jack is the accomplished, white leader of the Brotherhood, he first approaches the narrator because of his rallying speech at the scene of an eviction. Once the narrator agrees to join the Brotherhood, Brother Jack ushers him into his world, giving him a new home address, a new name, and a job to arouse and lead the people of Harlem through the teachings of the Brotherhood. The strong...

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Invisible Man

describe what this doll symbolized, as it was a representation of the black community. Brother Clifton and the narrator saw the Harlem community get hopeful at the thought of making a difference with the brotherhood. Sadly the entire time, they were nothing but a pawn in the master plans of the brotherhood. Not all of the possessions were placed in the briefcase for protection. Some items didn't need it. In a private conversation with Brother Tarp, the narrator was given a very personal item of Tarp's...

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The Brotherhoods in the Invisible Man

The Brotherhood in the Invisible Man Brotherhoods are associations, usually of men, that unite for common purposes. The members in the brotherhood typically respect one another, defend one another, and cooperate to obtain specific goals. The American Federation of Labor (AFL) was one of the first federations of labor unions in the United States, whose goal is to create better employment opportunities for workers. Kappa Sigma and Sigma Chi are two of the largest university fraternities in the country...

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Aryan Nations

The Aryan Nations was founded by Richard Butler, a young man who was drafted into the United States Air Force during World War II. He founded Aryan Nations stemming from the Church of Jesus Christ, with an ideology that is a combination of Christian identity and Nazism. The foundation and main purpose when Richard Butler founded Aryan Nations was to overthrow both the American and Canadian governments in order to create the idea of the “Aryan population”. It was founded ...

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Thesis Proposal

six-million were Jewish. The prime target, considered not “pure” in Hitler’s eyes. The “master race” or Aryans were considered the “pure” race. That race consists of blonde hair, blue eyed Scandinavian peoples, Danes, Norwegians, Swedish, Dutch, British, and Germanically-related peoples in its hypothetical ranks.Hitler wanted to exterminate everyone who was not of this master race because he thought that Aryans were destined to rule the world and nobody can stand in their way. Any race of group that it was...

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Social Darwinism and the Holocaust

type of people. What role did Social Darwinism play in the unfolding of the Holocaust? Social Darwinism played a role in the Holocaust through the Theory of Natural Selection and the lead versus follow principle; both allowed Hitler to believe the Aryans as the “Master” race and the need to exterminate all other peoples, in particular the Jews. It is important to examine and distinguish the differences between Darwinism and Social Darwinism when applying the Theory of Natural Selection to Hitler and...

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Nazi's and race

Woltmann used the proportions of the human body, facial geography and other physical characteristics. For example the Aryan body had a perfectly proportioned torso and head, but the legs to the buttocks duplicated the absolute proportions of physical beauty. In the eyes of Volkish thinkers this example was why Germans where the dominate race, because they exemplified physical Aryan qualities. (Mosse, 100) This ideology was not limited to just physical structure, but also shaped internal mental life...

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