The Drift to War

While Isolationism had once spanned America’s political spectrum, convincing the U.S. population to remain neutral in ww2, approaching circumstances would provide provocative reason for entering the war. Due to economic hardships, German resentment, and Authoritarian nationalism, racist jingoism in Italy and Germany, led consecutively by Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, Eur...
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Richard Cory

Edwin Arlington writes poems that leave people in shock, awe, and admiration! In one of his poems “Richard Cory” he does an amazing job at showing the isolation in this young gentleman’s life. This poem is filled with a sense of awe, irony, and presents great imagery; starting from when everyone is admiring the king-like figure, to the discovery of his isolation, and ending w...
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Should Columbus Day Be Celebrated in the U

Numerous individuals are astonished to find out that Christopher Columbus and his people kept the native occupants, from the West Indies, as slaves. Columbus and his men forced these slaves to convert to Christianity and, in a bid to get rich; they were subject to extreme violence. However, for one reason or another some of the American people do not think that Columbus Day s...
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Save Funds for Fun

It seems that everyone is being affected by the budget cuts, and schools are no exception. Have you noticed that when high schools are tight on money, the elective classes are typically the first to go? Some people say that electives are unimportant classes, and that they’re not worth the money. However, electives should be seen as equally important to other classes because t...
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A Never Ending Sport

Bill Cosby once said, “In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure”. Football changed my life to become a better player, learn to recognize that everything doesn’t come to you, unless you’re willing to work your very best. Discipline, leadership, propriety, and ambition, some characteristics I’d never had before. Graduation from h...
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The Planned Effort

Employee training is the planned effort, aimed at facilitating employees to learn job related skills and the expected employee behavior. To ensure that the employees gained the required skill to perform their tasks, the company can improve its workforce productivity and run its operations efficiently. The company’s training programs are aimed at helping the organization addre...
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Biography of Jean Jacques Rousseau

“When a man dies he clutches in his hands only that which he has given away during his lifetime.” Jean Jacques Rousseau is considered to be one of the foremost philosophers of his time. His ideas have influenced modern philosophical knowledge, his most influential work being “The Emile.” He believed that “Conscience is the voice of the soul; the passions are t¬¬¬¬¬¬¬he voice ...
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Why Do Teens Doze Off In School?

One day on a tuesday morning, all the students were in homeroom and a student named Justin was doing his work and a student named Brandon called Justin and he looked up and said “huh? what?” and Brandon called him again and Justin was responsive again and Brandon asked his question. This got me thinking, why do kids doze off in school? Day dreaming has been a problem for ma...
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Significance of Corporate Bribes

Corporate bribes are to some extent viewed as a means for securing opportunities by corporations so as to operate internationally competitively. But in regard to business ethics of an organization, it is not possible to employ this mode of securing global opportunities, as they do not comply with business ethics. The economic viability is responsible with checking the busines...
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William Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 18”

“Sonnet 18” written by William Shakespeare, commonly known as “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day”, is one of Shakespeare’s most famous sonnets. Like most of Shakespeare’s sonnets, “Sonnet 18” is written in Shakespearean sonnet form, which is twelve lines of iambic pentameter and ending with a rhyming couplet. Beauty is a running theme in “Sonnet 18”, showing that Shakes...
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