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    The United States of America. Adams was not successful in his endeavors. Congress has opposed having an official language since John Adams first approached them. At least once a year since 1981‚ Congress has rejected a bill making English the country’s official language. Even though congress has rejected a bill at least once a year requesting English as the official language‚ currently the United States of America is not among the countries with an official language. However‚ several states have

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    chapter‚ his views are not particularly in accord with the general consensus because these views “ignore the discordant and unequal relationship that emerged between the US and Latin America from the first days of independence.” (Page 27). The United States expansion pattern is quite simply explained by the country’s desire for growth‚ which came from a place feeling threatened by the possibility of Latin American territories growing‚ and at one point becoming a credible threat to U.S. power. However

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    is wrote about the author who married an American girl so he need go to America frequently. There are a lot of troubles when he gets in America. Although coming to the United States he had a lot of troubles‚ he still cannot hate the United States. That is because just like he said in the article‚ he loved one person from the United Stated. This article’s type is personal views. This is a good article for me. As I am a foreign students from China‚ I will also face this situation when I finish my

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    Americans have a long history of celebrating democracy‚ and America is seen as the pillar of democracy throughout the world. However‚ the United States of America is not actually a democracy. If America was a true democracy‚ the country would be vastly different and would not be the leader of the free world that it is today. A democracy is a system of government in which the popular vote reigns. Through the popular vote‚ a leader is elected‚ decisions about the country are made‚ and the future

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    HISTORY: RESEARCH PAPER WHY DID THE LEAGUE OF NATION WAS CREATED AND WHAT WHERE THE EFFECTS OF THE ABSENCE OF MAJOR POWERS? CANDIDATE NAME: GUIDO ACERBO CANDIDATE NUMBER: 3C WORD COUNT: AUGUST‚ 2014 SECTION A. PLAN OF INVESTIGATION THE FORMATION OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS WAS DISCUSSELY AT PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE WHICH INCORPORATED INTO ALL PEACE COUNTRIES. THE FOLLOWING ESSAY WILL EVALUATE HOW THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS WAS CREATED AND WHAT WERE THE ARMS OF IT AND THE EFFECT OF THE ABSENCE OF MAJOR

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    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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    “Segregation is that which is forced on an inferior by a superior. Separation is done voluntarily by two equals.” -Malcolm X (brainyquote.com). Malcolm was one of the most forceful civil rights leaders in history‚ saying there should be equality in the United States‚ and he was going to achieve this “by any means necessary”. His biggest turning point was when he was in high school. The teacher had asked what he wanted to be when he was older‚ to which he said that he wished to be a lawyer. “One of life’s first

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    drastically since the first records of civilized society were recorded. The evolution of consumerism in the United States can be understood by dividing it into three basic components; trade‚ monetary policy and the digital economy. These types of economies can also be described as the agricultural economy‚ the industrial economy‚ and the post industrial economy. At first‚ consumerism in the United States was established as trading between Indians and settlers for crops and labor. This was also known as

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    James Hite Professor Truong English 101 18 May 2013 Education in the United States This great country on the federal‚ state‚ and local level needs to invest more money in educating its citizens. In the past the United States boasted a higher percentage of technically trained‚ well educated‚ top of their field professionals to fulfill the needs of not only this great country‚ but those of the rest of the world too. However those

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    lifestyle lived by many‚ but is it right? There are multiple countries around the world that believe that this is in fact an applicable way of living. The Origins of polygamy are extremely vast and are practiced all over the world. However‚ in the United States it is illegal‚ yet there are many knowing individuals who still partake in this style of living. It is reported that “there are 40‚000 people living in polygamous families or communities across the Western region of the U.S” (Scharnberg & Brachear

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