Unlikely success

“When the world says, “give up,” Hope whispers, “try it one more time.” When circumstances around you are not ideal, that is the best time to persevere. This is quite possibly the most important thing I’ve learned in my short life. The best thing a person can do is use the negative around them to create something positive. I am a seventeen year old girl and student dedicated ...
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The Connate Impetus to Triumph

Of the billions of people that reside on this planet, every single one shares a certain sense of propinquity with the many others by means of innate impetus bestowed upon them at the genesis of their lives. Upon entering the world, each new person begins their journey to the top of the societal hierarchy: beginning at fledgling neophyte and culminating at sagacious erudite. A...
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How Europe is affecting the economic recovery in the USA

Europe, which suffers from the global financial crisis that broke out in 2010, is pulling down the United States of America. The USA, as a main exporter of goods, raw materials, services, which previously supported the economy, is losing its main consumption market. Close economic relationship between the United States and the European Union has led to the powerful blows of c...
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Hoover vs. FDR

President Hoover’s approach to the depression was much less effective than FDR’s. Effectiveness of each one’s plans and policies is shown by numbers and which policies are still around today. FDR was clearly more effective than Hoover. President Hoover put a few policies and plans into action during his four years of presidency but none of them were extremely effective. He ...
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Love is Madness

American Author, Marilyn French once said, “Well, love is insanity. The ancient Greeks knew that. It is the taking over of a rational and lucid mind by delusion and self-destruction. You lose yourself, you have no power over yourself, you can’t even think straight.” William Faulkner must have been reading up on some Marilyn French when he brought the character Emily Gri...
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Pros and Cons of a Matrix Organization

In a matrix organization, authority is divided both vertically and horizontally, as in by project and functional area, whereby every employee is answerable to two supervisors: the project supervisor and the functional supervisor (Larson & Gray, 2010). The functional supervisor has the responsibility of overseeing employees in his/her functional unit whereas project super...
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Self-Driving Cars: Emerging the Streets and Society

Introduction: How has Self-Driving Cars Revolutionized Society? Self-driving cars had been told as a futuristic sci-fi myth for many decades. People have been dreaming and talking about it. Today, many companies are testing their self-driving features on the car, while some companies already introduced them on the roads. Currently, Google has released those vehicles “on the...
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How Mexico and the U

According to Audley, Mexico has had abundant labor because of its high population in the 1970s that translated to a swell in its workforce through the 1990s, also a time when many women joined the work force. The Mexican working population grew from 32.3 million when NAFTA was formed to 40.2 million by the end of 2002. This implied that Mexico needed 1 million jobs a year to ...
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Stephen King: Before and After CARRIE

The man that thought his life was a tower of pity became one of the best known horror writers around the world. “With his long legs under a child’s desk, Stephen King, hunched over his typewriter in the trailer’s tiny room… he started his story with a lonely teenage girl in the shower room at school, humiliated and ostracized by her classmates” (qtd Bloom 5). Stephen King’s...
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Racial/Cultural Criticism of The Man Who Was Almost a Man

“You ain’t nothing but a boy…” (2). Imagine seeing an adult and watching them being treated as if they were still a kid. No one respects them because they still see that person as if they were still a small child. In the story, The Man Who Was Almost a Man a teenager named Dave is begging for respect. His parents and superiors treat him as if he was still a boy. Dave wants a ...
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