Research by: team one Team secretariat: Mostafa Sabry Subject of research: the domino theory Introduction: “You had a row of dominoes set up, and you knocked over the first one, and what would happen to the last one was the certainty that it would go over very quickly. So you could have a beginning of a disintegration that would have the most profound influences.” -Eisenhower- The domino theory was very clearly professed by the administration of the United States throughout
Colin O’Leary Research Paper The American Civil war, one of the bloodiest wars of any other American war, about 620,000 soldiers died and many injured (“Civil War Trusts”). If the nation would have stopped this war from happening and agreed on the same thing the U.S. could have saved that many soldiers from dying and letting then see their families again. The Civil War creates many questions and movements such as slavery, advantages, and how it affects people. First off, there was a big commotion
One trip was with a DCD buddy of mine, Harry Hall. He had a 16’ open cockpit dingy. We camped together and when it came time to go sailing he asked if anyone wanted to go with him. Ricky responded, so the two of them went out on Harry’s sailboat, and we went on ours. It was incredible swimming off the boat; the water was so clear you could see the bottom 15’ down. We sailed out to a swim area and anchored, and Harry sailed off. The winds were gentle at maybe 10 knots, but somehow Harry managed
injustice. These youth do not have equal access and rights as their adult counterparts. Furthermore, most youth in this category have usually been failed by a system supposedly upholding social justice. History of Homelessness While it’s true that this paper deals with the injustice of youth homelessness, the history of the homeless cannot be separated into groups such as adults and youth. We must look at the group as a whole to explore the history of homelessness in America. It’s true that homeless
just added to the mix of shock, and pain. It was a point of vulnerability for the United States, knowing that they had just been attacked on their own soil. This had many effects on people, but the mutual feeling was terror. It was a moment of broken pride, and helplessness. The amount of people that died by World Trade Centers were 2,606.This included 343 firefighters, and policemen.