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Hillary Rodham Clinton, born on October 26, 1946, is currently the 67th United States Secretary of State working under Barack Obamas presidency. Up until this year, she was the United States Senator for the state of New York, starting in 2001. Before becoming the Senator for New York, she served as the First Lady of the United States for 8 years, which came to an end in 2001 when her husband, Bill, had completed his second term as President. Hillary acted as the leading candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in the 2008 election, falling short to Barack Obama. Although Hillary didn’t succeed in her bid for presidency, she still managed to accomplish many things in the various...
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Hilary Rodham Clinton has had a great influence on me. She went through a toughsituation in the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal and came out on top. Her winning the election forsenator in New York was a great victory for her, and also for me. Her accomplishments showedme that a person can do anything, no matter how tough their life has been. More importantly, herpolitical views are everything I believe in. Her stands on civil rights, education and family andchildren really speak to me. She wants to end hate crimes and focus on making sure women aretreated just as equal...
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Is Ambition the key to power?The classic Shakespearean play "Macbeth" resonates many themes and concepts that relate to modern times. Today, readers will be able to relate concepts, such as 'Ambition' which is still represented in some of today's most famous and important people. One of these people is Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton, wife of former President of the United States, Bill Clinton. Evidence has revealed that the senator for New York shows close similarities to the character Lady Macbeth from William Shakespeare's Macbeth, a strong ambitious woman that accomplishes many tasks purely for her own...
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Final- Comparative study on Agrippina the Younger and Hilary ClintonAgrippina the Younger, daughter to the favoured Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder, and Hilary Rodham Clinton, former First Lady of the United States, shared similar backgrounds and exerted a similar degree of influence over the political decisions employed by the men in their lives. Both were also equally instrumental in breaking traditional ideals of women and emerged as powerful figures in their own right. Born in 15AD, Agrippina led an early life of turbulence and misfortune. It was during this time that...
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At the core of one of the most powerful countries in the world rests a simple dream. Although this dream is almost 300 years old since its birth in the Declaration of Independence of 1776, it still puts a hunger in the eyes of the American people. This American dream was realized by Hillary Clinton, a woman who was able to take a lifetime and achieve spiritual, moral and materialistic happiness.Hillary Clinton arrived at this materialistic happiness when she broke the invisible barriers of a political career predominantly run by men and become the first women ever to be elected as the First Lady in the United States of America. She occupied this position for a total of 12 years...
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William Jefferson Clinton was born to William Jefferson Blythe and Virginia (Dwire) Blythe Clinton on August 19,1946. Clinton's father, William Jefferson Blythe had died in an automobile accident three months prior to the birth of his son. As a result Clinton's first three years were spent in the house of his grandmother Edith Cassidy. His mother Virginia, who was a lively and fun loving person, was always away from home often due to nursing classes in which she was attending. It was during this time that Clinton's grandmother who was a strong disciplinarian took the opportunity to shape his character.
His mother later married Roger Clinton, a used car dealer in 1951 and they all...
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This year, neither one of the democratic candidates will be able to secure their nominations before the convention. Both democratic candidates, Hilary Clinton, the United States senator from New York and former first lady, and Barack Obama, past senator of Illinois are in a dead heat till the finish. Currently, contests are closely divided in the hunt for the 2,025 delegates needed for the nomination with so far: 1,262 for Obama and 1,213 for Clinton. Meanwhile, after all things are taken into consideration, the question is who will end up coming out on top. Barack Obama, who...
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Bill Clinton "Oh, say can you see, by the dawn's early light… O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!" After the singing of American Anthem and his speech, Bill William Clinton became the 42d President of the United States of America in 1992, and probably the most successful leader, who certainly was one of the best-known Presidents to the planet. Mr. Clinton then would go on and serve one more term as the head of the congress until year 2000. During his 8 years serving in the Whitehouse, Mr. President, definitely established himself as one of the most important global village maker, through his...
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Throughout time, women have acted radically and drastically in order to be heard, have a voice, and be recognized. Influential, assertive women have not only been seen throughout history, but in literature as well. For example, Susan B. Anthony fought and pushed for women to have the right to vote. Hilary Clinton took an active role as First Lady during a time when the First Lady stereotypically acted as a hostess who played second fiddle to the president. She made health care her cause and received criticism from the public as being too political and taking on too large an issue for a First Lady. She did so to be recognized around the nation as more than just a doting wife....
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Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton vs. Condoleeza Rice
I believe that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has the better chance of becoming the first woman president of the United States. She is a former First Lady and has had input in the decisions of the Clinton Administration. She worked hand in hand with former President Bill Clinton. She is very smart, a firm believer in her causes such as, helping everyday people, the underprivileged and minorities, etc. Hillary is very outspoken and her voice is heard. She has always believed in advancing the cause civil rights. (Listening to the Media)
Hillary Clinton became a resident of New York and ran...
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The Whitewater Conspiracy
In today's society people often pay close attention to what happens in politics. They normally make voting decisions on character, past work, and partisan lines. When rumors of indiscretion or impropriety of a public official pops up, people often like to get involved. Like gossiping on the church's rumor grapevine, people love to get involved in conspiracies and scandals dealing with people of power. If you have watched television at all in the last ten years, you have probably heard about Whitewater. Whitewater is the investigation into Bill Clinton's life before he became president. This alleged conspiracy goes much deeper though than just a crooked...
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In the movie, “The Devil Wears Prada” (2006), Miranda Priestly, the editor in chief and CEO of “Runway” fashion magazine, played by Meryl Streep. Miranda uses masculine and authoritarian ways to do leadership; she is competitive, surly, vindictive, impatient, dominate, direct, task-oriented, meticulous, demanding, and brilliant. She is viewed as a devil boss partly because she is a woman. She manages by intimidating, “Does she have to manage her staff in that manner? Is being nasty an effective leadership style?"
This is not about being nasty or nice – it is entirely about being achievement oriented by focusing on performance and organizational goals. Being achievement oriented, leaders...
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Feminism: Belief in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. As we look back in history women and men were never thought of as equal. When put up next to the strong, dominant male, females were often thought of as lower and not nearly as important. Even now though, as we enter into the twenty-first century, with all kinds of women’s rights and the thought that Hilary Clinton might just become the first women’s president, I have to say that I am probably one of the few women that are actually not in favor of it. During the 1950’s women did not work nor did they in any way contribute to the success of the United States. Men preformed all the dirty work and because of them...
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Men Rule the WorldFrom the beginning of time men have been more superior and powerful than women. For thousands of years, men have prevailed and conquered just about every aspect of life. During that time, it hasn't been hard to recognize that the male figure has proven to be supreme and has dominated over women in sports, religion, and government.Man is essentially synonymous with, "sports." Although women's sports are more prevalent today, male athletes dominate. Women are much more athletic than years ago, however, since sports have been established, men have been the leading gender of the...
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Othello and Antigone
Othello, takes place in Venice during an attack of the island of Cyprus . The
protagonist is Othello and The antagonist of the story is Iago, who wants
Othello to give him the rank of head luitenant but the position was given to
Cassio. Desdemona is Othello's wife who is having an affair with Cassio.
Roderigo, is a character madley in love with Desdemona; and Emilia , who
is iago's wife. The heart of this story is trajic. Although Othello is a noble
warrior, he is a jealous person . with this, most of the play portreys the factor
on jealousy which causes corruption. Many conflicts are found in Othello,
man vs. man is one . also, when Iago seeks...
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Men and Women were Created Equal Men are not superior to women, they are equal in every way. Although it is true that society has stereotyped women into traditional roles, this preconceived notion, is totally false. Action to promote the concept of equality in our society needs to be taken. Women have been fighting for equality for many decades. As a result of this battle, some amazing transformations have taken place amongst the female gender. Women have become educated and over the last few decades have started to take active roles and their rightful place in society. They have made major inroads in working opportunities, including government, science and even the military. They are...
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Ahmedabad, the city of Ahmed Shah (Medieval ruler of Gujarat), is known for its rich past and its association with the Mahatma (Great Soul) Gandhi. The city offers a unique style of architecture, which is a blend of Hindu and Islamic styles (Indo-Saracenic style of architecture). The monuments of Ahmedabad mainly date back to the 15th century. Ahmedabad has been known for its industry since medieval times. It used to be famous for its textile mills and hence often referred to as the 'Manchester of the East'.City is located in the state of Gujarat, in the western part of India. It lies...
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The country’s recently heightened airport security measures
have become a source of controversy and debate across the
Nation. Due to a recent attempted act of terrorism, where a man
on an international flight to Detroit attempted to blow up the
plane using a bomb, the department of homeland security has taken
new measures to ensure national security in the form of new high-
tech full-body scans and pat down procedures in airports. The new
body scanning machines create images of people without their
clothing, and the new pat down procedure is generally considered
too personal. Many people feel that the new airport security
screening is an invasion of...
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From the years 1977 until 2001 America saw some great leaders and others who lacked in authority. President Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton all contributed to America and to modern society today through their time in office. Through the application of their foreign and domestic affairs, each president accomplished and failed in different aspects of their presidency and ultimately left a unique legacy behind.Democrat, James Earl Carter Jr. gained his presidency along side his...
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The movie John Q contains a lot of drama, suspence and is very emotional. This movie tells about a man who is desperate for financial resources to save the life of his sick son, taking staffs and patients of an emergency room as hostages in return for his sonss sugery. John Q allow us to...
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In America's political system there are two different parties, the Republicans and the Democrats. Each party has two sub-branches, a classic branch and a new "neo" branch. Because of these newfound branches, the members of them have different beliefs on government size and morals. The branches views obviously differ from the other parties views, but they also have "in party" differences as well. The first branch of the Republican party are the Classic Conservatives. In today's day and age, there are less and less of these types of conservatives. The classic conservative believes that the government should play a small roll in the economy. They feel that big business should...
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Oscar de la Renta has lived a fulfilling life in the fashion world, and continues to make a lasting impression with multiple labels. One of the world’s most famous and recognized names in the fashion industry, de la Renta has created an empire. Most known for his elaborate gowns and care for detail, he has a gorgeous line that always keeps heads turning.
Born on July 22, 1932, Oscar de la Renta grew up in the capitol of the Dominican Republic. The bright colors and tropical flowers of his island childhood would later influence his designs in fashion. He took an interest in painting, and decided to head to Spain to further develop his skill. He studied painting at The Academy of San...
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This essay is about determination. My purpose in writing is to inspire you to be a person of determination....Determination is defined asa: the act of deciding definitely and firmly; the result of such an act of decisionor the definition I like even better:b : the power or habit of deciding definitely and firmlyThe POWER of deciding definitely and firmly. So then we can say that Determination is Power....the power to overcome the obstacles in your path...the power to complete the task...vanquish the foe....finish the job....reach the mountaintop....whatever the task before you may be.That definition also said that determination was a habit...so to...
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The Success of Franklin Roosevelt
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was President of the USA during a period
encompassed two of the most significant events of recent history- the
American Depression and the Second World War. In this essay we will
look at the qualities that made FDR such a notable President; we will
also examine some of the circumstances surrounding the Presidency to
discover if perhaps that also had an impact on perceptions of both the
man and his Presidency.
We will also be looking at Eleanor Roosevelt, his wife and one of his
strongest political assets. Eleanor’s terms in the White House formed
a bridge between the First Ladies of the...
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“People learn more from media than any other single source of information” (Missrepresentation). This quote exemplifies how society learns and creates their standards about people, places, and things. All sources and mediums of media impact billions of lives every day. The media holds this power over society and it’s time to change that; especially when it comes to the media’s view of women. Women are constantly being misrepresented. This misrepresentation of women in the media is negatively impacting America by corrupting both the youth and adults. This is occurring because of the hyper-sexualization of women, wrongly portraying women in leadership positions, and creating stereotypes of...
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The “Circle of Life” is something that plays a prominent role in Disney's The Lion King. Focusing on the life as it pertains to an ecosystem, the lessons it teaches are universal. Everything in life is interconnected, and the obstacles that people face always impact other people. History has proven to be a great example of this, especially when it comes to fights for equality. Showing the progression of the lives of many different civilizations in relation to each other, can allow for anyone in the present to learn an incredible amount as to why people are the way they are. Unfortunately, interest in history has waned over the years. Therefore, very few people take advantage of the...
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In the beginning of the twentieth century, the economy was booming, new technology flourished. The rapid industrialization brought achievement to the United States, however, it also caused several social problems. Wealth and power were concentrated in the hands of a few, and poverty and political corruption were widespread. As people became aware of these problems, a new reform group was created. Unlike populism, which had been a group of farmers grown desperate as the economy submerged into depression, the new reform movement arose from the educated middle class. These people were known as the progressives. The Progressive Movement was a movement that aimed at solving political, economic,...
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Throughout the years, history has tried to examine how gender roles have changed over time and views of how women should be have changed. However there are many examples of current stereotypes of women that linger in today's society.
Following the play Agamemnon we will examine the three female characters and how their stereotypes apply to the current day society.
A watchmen being the person who must stay awake to watch out for any urgencies quotes a few key factors that show the stereotypes of women. During the beginning of the play the watchman describes Clytaemnestra who is Agamemnon's wife as "That woman - she maneuvers like a man" page 103. Clytaemnestra, being the 10 year ruler...
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Ideal Image of Media
James, a senior in high school, had said, “On social media, you have to look like this, your body has to be shaped this way, you have to have this skin color, you have to have this smile to be acceptable to society… And I don’t fit in” (Shalby 1). The media has a huge impact on our everyday lives and how we view the world. It surrounds us and gets inside our mind. Media affects our opinion of ourselves and others mentally and physically. Modern day media has altered the way people view their appearance and this can lead to mental and physical issues.
Everyone seems to compare each other to the media or to each other. Friends ask their friends opinions, sisters compare...
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The Cost of the Iraq War on the American EconomyPresident Bush's invasion of Iraq has severely impacted the United States economy in recent years. The value of the dollar has constantly diminished in the stock market since the offset of the war. According to Hazel Henderson in Globalist, "In the past 12 months, the U.S. dollar has lost some 30% of its value against the European euro". Despite this fact, the budget for the war in Iraq still remains incredibly high each year. As the American economy grows weaker in strength, there is much debate and uncertainty as to how...
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“Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God."
The exacerbation of issues that plagued America for centuries combined with the disturbing realities of urban and factory life gave birth to the Progressive Movement—a movement composed of a diverse coalition that sought to improve modern industrial society and American democracy. This period spawned many ardent American activists. Social critics such as Upton Sinclair, Jacob Riis, and Jane Adams advocated for wide-reaching social reform. Others targeted causes that would improve life for specific groups. Ida B. Wells and Alice Paul emerged as the leaders of two organized and passionate movements that, in many ways, defined this era. Wells...
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At first glance, circumstances seem to be improving for women’s political advancement. Women such as Hilary Clinton and Nancy Palosi have accomplished incredible milestones toward attaining positions of influence as Secretary of State and Speaker of the House, respectfully. Not to mention their successes as United State Congresswomen. Women also are making great strides in the pursuit of education. In 2009, the National Center for Education Statistics discovered that “ 57.2 percent of Bachelor Degrees, 60.4 percent of Masters Degrees, and 52.3 percent of Doctoral Degrees awarded in the U.S. were awarded to women” (U.S. Dept.).
The Pew Research Center surveyed 2,250...
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Antigone, in Greek legend, was the daughter of Oedipus. When her brothers Eteocles and Polynices killed one another, Creon, king of Thebes, forbade the rebel Polynices' burial. Antigone disobeyed him, performed the rites, and was condemned to death for what she had done.Now the question arises, 'Did Antigone take proper action?'. Was it just to go against her Uncle Creon's wishes and go ahead and bury the brother that was to be left out for the vultures? Would it be better to leave the situation how they are? Could she go on about life trying not to think of how she left her own blood out in the open?...
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(Rationale)Several words in the English language, in fact all languages, have distinct connotations for the different sexes whether positive or negative, of which the negative normally refer to the female or homosexual male counterpart, suggesting their inferiority to the "MAN".What is sexism in language, you may ask?"Sexism in language is the use of language which devalues members of one sex, most invariably women and thus fosters gender inequality. It discriminates against women by rendering them invisible or trivializing them at the same time that it perpetuates notions of male supremacy" (taken from: http://www.upou.org/gender/gender_fair.htm ).The degradation of women...
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If you were to ask someone in the general population, "what is marketing", most of the people in the group would probably say that marketing involves advertising a product and then selling it. Marketing can be defined as the whole firm, taken from the customer's point of view. According to the American Marketing Association, marketing is "planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organizational objectives." Marketing is much more than selling or advertising. It involves almost every aspect of what is going on in a company. Production and marketing are both fundamental economic...
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People all around the world are being influenced by what’s become popular culture. From shirts to shoes, all the way to music to what’s being talked about most; all of it revolves around most popular icons today. While some choose not to pay attention to what’s “hot,” others seem to be changing their whole lifestyle to fit in with what’s going on in the world. Social media websites, magazines, music, people, and trends are coming into play during this huge cultural shift. Looking mainly at women, gender begins to play a role as to who cares more about their personal image inside and out. They’ve started to put aside their simple moral qualities and have tumbled to the goals of normal up to...
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In the year 1869, John Stuart Mill published a controversial essay, “The Subjection of Women”, that advocated equality between sexes in a male-dominant society. In this essay, I will demonstrate that Mill’s analysis regarding the systematic subjection of women, by an education system producing conventional “womanly” characters favorable to men, is correct. However, I will argue that this analysis does not apply to today due to the advancement of the political rights and powers, progression of social equality, and improved economic conditions of women in countries with high education indexes. The education index is referring to the statistics on literacy rate, gross enrollment ratios, and...
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According to Newsweek, the University Medical Center on average has about $100,000 dollars a month in unpaid doctor’s visits and operations and special procedures; this burden gets passed on to the County taxpayer (Johnson). Unpaid bills occur due to people taken to the hospital and either do not have, or have very poor health insurance. The current process is not fair to anyone, whether one has no health insurance or one who has paid for it. Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise referred to as Obamacare, signed into law on March 23, 2010, this requires all Americans to purchase health insurance. The purchase of this care is purchased either individually or through...
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CASA are everyday citizens, who judges appoint to advocate for the safety and well-being of children who have been, removed from their homes due to parental abuse and neglect. They stand up for these children and change their lives. CASA volunteers have helped more than two million children find safe, permanent homes. The National CASA association is a network of 955 programs that are recruiting, training and supporting volunteers to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the courtroom and other settings.
The paper will focus on the laws, barriers that might prevent families from seeking out an organization such as CASA. Options that may decrease those...
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America has gone through different economical phases, especially when one of the big issues is the working class and the conditions that the working class faced. The most rigorous and grueling conditions were brought about in the era of 1870-1920. At this time the make up to the working class shifted drastically, the work expectation was not possible, and the working conditions were horrendous. The world of the ‘working class’ thus changed drastically.
In the 1870’s, there was a flood of immigrants coming into the country. They had no skills, spoke broken English (if any), and were willing to work for virtually no pay. These immigrants began to make up the “new” working class, (Hollitz,...
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Women face many obstacles as they climb their career’s hierarchy and for many different reasons their wage is comparably less than that of males. After the movements toward equality in the workplace, many think that sex discrimination isn’t present anymore. However, many still believe that the glass ceiling hasn’t shattered and still possesses a barrier for many women in the labor force. The glass ceiling and the wage gap exist for various reasons but, like many other women leaders, women can break the glass and abolish the gap.
The glass ceiling is defined as the “unseen, yet unbreachable barrier that keeps… women from rising to the upper rungs of the corporate ladder,...
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The Mass Media in Princess Diana's Life
From the moment she stepped foot outside, Princess Diana of Whales had camera lenses and microphones pushed in her face. She was constantly pursued and for this reason she sometimes had to hide or disguise herself in order to avoid the unyielding persistence and constant harassment of the press. Eugene Robinson, a journalist in England said, "For the tabloids, day in and day out, no story is bigger than the royal family. All the tabloids employ royal-watching reporters, some of whom have become celebrities in their own right. The story of Princess Diana of Whales was the biggest story of all." (Sabjan, 1998) Princess Diana could not even
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Feminism before the 20th Century
For generations, women had been subjected to men. Women had no saying in what was going on around them, to what they wanted their lives to be, or even when it came to their bodies. Many women have raised their voices to protest against this subjugation, sometimes at great personal risk. Such is the French case of Marie Gouze(1748-93), who under the name Olympe de Gouges, wrote "Declaration of the Rights of Women and Citizen." In this document Marie advocated for civic equality, as well as equal participation in political rights, women's right to vote, and equal education. She presented this document to Marie Antoinette in 1789. Unfortunately, the...
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Due to the history of other countries Religious Freedom should not be legalized further. Though one might obtain Christian values, Freedom of Religion laws have been known to be the backbone for discrimination, hatred and violence, and superiority. This causes one religious group to feel dominant over another’s religious beliefs.
Discrimination of Religious groups in the United States are not nearly as severe as other countries throughout the world, yet discrimination in the U.S. is becoming more widespread and an imminent threat to “Freedom of Religion.” Zak Lutz a Student in Harvard Political Law Review comments on a recent and publicized court case has been the U.S. Conference or...
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Workforce - The first thing I would look to, with regard to increased border control, is the workforce and how it can be improved. This makes logical sense because they are the ones who are there patrolling the areas where the Mexican drugs are getting through at high rates. One pillar of the US Merida Initiative of 2007 was to fortify the southern border (Lee) and Janet Napolitano, former Homeland Security Secretary, said that she wanted to “better secure the border”, which both require the dedicated work of the Border Patrol (“US Tightens Border”). The Border Patrol manpower can be looked at from many ways, such as the extent of the workforce and decrease in corruption. As of 2013, the...
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As Americans we are having the great privilege to witness something that is almost unheard of in American culture, a women is trying and is getting very close to be a nominee to run for the presidency of the United States of America. The sad thing is that we have almost never seen a women run for presidency and actually stand a legitimate change until now, in the year 2008. It has taken over fifty years to actually have a women stand a good chance to win a presidency and if you asked me that is very...
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Genocide in the world is very much alive and continues to happen; it is estimated that since the year 1900, more than 170 million lives have been lost. If you were to think of that in size, it would be equal to the entire population of Nigeria, gone, wiped out of existence. After the holocaust of World War II, additional steps were taken to ensure history didn’t repeat itself. The Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide was held in 1948, conducted by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) it concluded that, “genocide is a crime under international law, contrary to the spirit and aims of the United Nations (UN) and condemned by the civilian world”...
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McCallion (2010) states that sumptuary laws present during the Chonson dynasty were reflected in the colors, fibers, and ornamentation of the hanbok. These elements were chosen to reflect the cultural beliefs of Koreans and their position in society. (McCallion, 2008, p.223) The most exquisite examples of traditional Korean costume are royal costumes of the Choson dynasty. The queen and the noblemen had the privilege of wearing luxurious fabrics like silk, cotton, hemp, or ramie, all of which were available in abundance from royal gifts, imports, or domestic production. Noblemen wore the Samjoejang chogori, which were worn by the upper-class women during special occasions. (McCallion,...
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It is almost too hard to fathom that only 70 years ago the United States possessed such strong feelings of hatred and fear towards Japan in the wake of the devastating Pearl Harbor attacks. The federal government even went as far as to unjustly imprison 110,000 Japanese-Americans. Also, the Japanese felt much animosity and held an inhumane view of Americans following their surrender in WWII after two U.S. atomic bombs killed an estimated 240,000 people. However, from the midst of this painful and dark history has risen one of the most peaceful and powerful alliances of the twenty-first century. The United States rose to be a political superpower with the most technologically advanced...