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Arabs American in the United States

Final Assessment The United States of America is home of millions immigrants from around the world. People from Europe, Africa, Asia, America have immigrated to the united States. That is probably why the United States is a melting pot today with different cultures, languages, and religions. Among those immigrants, we can cite the Arabic group. The Arab American Institute states that Arab Americans constitute an ethnicity made up of several waves of...

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United States Armed Forces

United States Armed Forces The United States Armed Forces are the military forces of the United States of America. They are composed of the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy, and the Marine Corps. Each branch plays a unique role in the security of America. Whether the country is participating in a conflict or developing the weapons of tomorrow, the freedom of America is protected by these branches. The Army, Navy, and Air Force represent the largest of the five branches, each having their own...

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Constitution of Rome and the United States

Constitution of Rome and the United States HIST 2022. [Section .07] November 2, 2011 The United States government was somewhat based on the beliefs of the Romans although very different. Like the majority of other countries, The U.S. has three main bodies which include the judicial branch, the legislative branch and the executive branch. The governments of Rome and the United States of America differ in many different ways and have changed and will continue to change throughout the...

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The Rise of the United States

The Rise of the United States as a World Power Over the course of the nineteenth century the United States became one of the world's greatest powers. Many factors prompted their rise to power. To obtain their power they had to go through many things such as war and immigration. As a result of their power they faced many problems but they were able to withstand those problems and prevail in the long run. During the nineteenth century the people of the United States had became one...

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Moving to United States

Moving to United States The most memorable event in my life was when we moved out from Russia to a country that changes lives and is known as a dream land called the United States of America. When we sat on the airplane that was going toward the United States in August of 2004, we knew our lives are going to be changed in the way we always wanted them to. After twelve years of not going to school and being discriminated by Russian citizens, this moving to a new country was the most amazing, not...

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Illegal Immigrants Escaping to the United States

mmigrants Escaping from Poverty For a long time, illegal immigrants have been entering the United States, and it has been a big issue concerning the world today. Hispanics today form the fastest growing ethnic minority in the United States. An example of how many illegal immigrants migrate to the U.S. is found in the book Voyages by Cathy Small; she explains that many Tongan immigrants migrated in the year 1976. Out of 1,993 Tongan’s, Olunga had grown approximately 2%, so by all means that at...

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United States Secret Service

UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE Abstract The United States Secret Service was created in 1865 as a federal law enforcement agency within the Treasury Department. It derives its legal authority from Title 18, United States Code, and Section 3056. It was established for the express function of stopping counterfeiting operations which had spread out in our country following the introduction of paper currency during the Civil War. The Secret Service maintains its role as guardian of the integrity...

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Poverty: A state of mind, or the size of ones wallet In different countries and cultures, there is a social problem that affects a vast majority of the population. This problem, known as poverty, is a economic condition that happens when people are unable to provide basic needs for their families. All over the world, even in the richest of nations, poverty is an issue that remains in society. From a conflict theory perspective, poverty is put upon people and will continue to stay that way...

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United States Entry Into WWI

shines some light on multiple aspects of the World War I. During the First World War, which occurred from 1914-1918 and involved the majority of the European countries, the United had initially agreed to remain out of conflict, assuming that isolationism was the ultimate strategy. Yet as the war progressed, the United States of America (USA) was pushed to take the Allied side in order to ensure that Germany does not gain too much power and that balance remains both politically and economically in...

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Welfare in the United States

Welfare in the United States In the US today we have many resources, and organizations that Americans can reach for when they are in a time of need Some Americans will never reach out towards these "helping hands", but others will if they fall on to hard times. The United States funds many of these welfare programs for just that, the idea of when someone experiences paucity, their country, the people, can help them. There are many programs with welfare institutions such as the Supplemental Security...

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