Be One Kind

Everyone has their own dreams. They have goals they want to accomplish and a life they want to live. However, sometimes people want you to have a different life than you initially planned. In the story, “Two Kinds,” by Amy Tan we see the story of relationship between a daughter, Jing-mei, and her mother. Both mother and daughter have very different ideas about who Jing-mei s...
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Civil War Desertion

During the Civil War, there were many reasons for desertion and the lowering of morale. Most of them were common sense reasons: losing a battle, lack of confidence, forced marches, not enough food or water, disease, heat and general war weariness. Some of them were surprising, though: homesickness, impatience at the monotony and futility of inactive service, delay in pay, a...
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Growth and Risk Trade-off

The trade-off between growth and risk is obvious and the role of financial markets in this correlation should not be underestimated. Alexander Popov and Frank Smets (2011) give affirmative reply to this statement. Moreover, they claim that financial markets may even reinforce this trade-off. I think there is some truth in their claims. In general, the main role played by fina...
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Elephants

The largest animals that live on land are the African Elephants. Their cousins, the Asian Elephants, have smaller ears that are more rounded. An elephants ears keep them cool because they radiate the heat. Another way they can keep cool is by drawing water up through their trunks and drenching themselves in a shower like fashion. Then to protect their skin, they mist a coatin...
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Students Are Wasting Their Education

Many children today are wasting their educational potential by showing no effort, no care for grades, and irresponsible behavior. They won’t turn homework in, which lowers their grade significantly. They also won’t pay attention in class or bother to ask questions, which hinders their ability to learn. Failing a class is a mere joke to them, and is ‘normal’ by their own stand...
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Project Proposal Issue

A charitable organization is an organization that carries out charitable work or merely exists for charitable purposes alone. These organizations do not make profits and because of their charitable cause the government does not charge them any tax. The organizations however, have the duty of doing only the work that they are stipulated to do and not engage in other activities...
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The War to End All Wars

World war one was the first global conflict that introduced new machinery. Tanks, gas attacks, machine guns, and airplanes were invented during the war. It was so terrible that it was called the Great War. It began when a Serbian man assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Ferdinand wanted to be king of Austria Hungary a powerful empire in central Europe. Soon Austria declared...
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Happiness and Money

The basic concepts of economics apply to the relationship between money and happiness to increase wealth with available resources. For instance, a college education increases human capital when students embrace basic economic principles and apply them in analyzing economic factors in life. This is evident when students gain experience of handling economic concepts as citizens...
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Another Paper About my Writing

So I’m going to take my friends’ advice and my teachers’ commands on writing this paper, “do not site procrastination.” Instead I’ll sit here with my blue vans sweater and blue aeropostale shirt reflecting the glare of my monitor and reflect on my writing from this semester. Over the course of this semester I realize that certain aspects of fighting can actually relate and...
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Reasons Behind a Crime

A violent crime occurs every 26.3 seconds (Crime par. 1). By the time you are finished reading this, around 395 people will be dead due to a crime. People often ask themselves what causes someone to commit murder? This is a question that can’t be answered with a simple explanation. “Humans have evolved the tendency to kill each other from our primate ancestors – ...
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