The Death of a Salesman School Review

This screenplay was written to depict scene that shows two people arguing over the movie, Death of a Salesman. The two people, Rickey Bobby and Netty Jane are trying to decide whether or not Death of a Salesman is in fact a modern day Greek Tragedy. The outcome is not very solid because nothing in life is ever solid it seems. Everything that seems so close to coming true eith...
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James Monroe, 5th President of the United States

James Monroe was born April 28, 1758 in his family home in Westmoreland County, Virginia near what is now the unincorporated community of Monroe Hall, Virginia. His parents were Spence and Elizabeth (Jones) Monroe. The young Monroe was first educated by Elizabeth, and then from age 11 to age 16 he attended a school run by the Reverend Archibald Campbell. He excelled at mat...
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"The American Dream"

The American dream: a reality to some and just a fantasy to others. Many immigrants have migrated illegally to the United States with high expectations, in attempt to discover this so called “American Dream.” Once here this dream soon begins to fade away due to the fact that they have no legal documentation; with no legal documentation the highest point of education is a High...
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Last Leaf

On a gloomy autumn morning, while a blanket of clouds shrouded the sun, the last leaf fell from a deep-rooted maple; deteriorating in its weary senescence. With the peaceful egress of the lone leaf, it seemed as if the remaining happiness was swept away. The leaf spiraled gracefully through the air, descending towards the fog-layered earth. The burning orange hue, dull in the...
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Ayn Rand’s Anthem: Philosophically Essay

There are numerous rules in Equality’s city that won’t let people think for themselves, and as well make people believe that there is no one who is superior or lower than one another. This story, Anthem, written by Ayn Rand, also shows how a government or a group of people can take away individualism among the common people. I believe these rules exist for many reasons such ...
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Serving Up Smiles

Television can be depressing. I recently watched this show about this guy who lives just about the saddest life ever. His parents abandoned him. He works in a fast food restaurant for minimum wage. He can’t drive. His house is under water. He even lost an arm. Who is this downtrodden soul? You may have heard of him. His name is, you guessed it, Spongebob Squarepants. If...
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Plastic Crusades

The Pacific Garbage Patch, far off the West Coast of the United States, spans approximately 270,000 square miles of ocean and consists of a staggering 4 particles of “pelagic debris” per cubic meter. The result of a number of powerful currents guiding ocean trash into one huge, dense and rapidly expanding “patch”, the Garbage Patch has been explored by a multitude of curious ...
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The Complexity of Choices

A common, daily hardship in life is making choices. From pressing the snooze button to deciding to which time to turn in at night, humans are forced to make both trivial and critical choices throughout their day. Choices can cause an overwhelming feeling of anxiety; every choice, regardless of severity, is an inner battle of deciding between two figurative paths. The paths f...
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Investment Analysis: Discovering How to Make Money in the Stock Market

This research involves discovering the most profitable methods of investment analysis. The goal is to identify the two most profitable methods of investment analysis for both categories of analysis; technical and fundamental. This has been accomplished through reviewing and analyzing prior research studies of market data in numerous worldwide stock exchanges. In reviewing sai...
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World War 1: A Political Crusade

During the period of World War 1, America was working the “ultimate (political) progressive crusade” at the time, enthusiastically marshaling the progressive charisma of previous years in determinations to win the war, by managing economy, volunteering, and spreading U.S. patriotism. One example illustrating the effort of the wartime stimulation was the creation by Presiden...
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