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  • Political Polarization

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    In the conception of the United States, polarization was the unwanted child that has grown to increase the difficulty for the government to compromise thus, making it necessary to look for solutions that can decrease polarization or its impact. Political polarization refers to the defined opposite ideologies between liberal and conservative views leading to different stances on a given issue, policy, or political candidate. In recent decades, polarization has occurred among the elites and the mass

  • Steinway Evaluation

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    model effectively identical. While this creates consistency between different Yamaha pianos, the experience of playing one, for me, is boring and uninspiring compared to any of the hand-made piano brands. This attitude of dissatisfaction with industrialization is the root the website’s claims about Steinway’s superiority, and is what gives confirmation to Steinway’s assertions. In a world that is so advanced in technology and automation, tries to convince its customers that there is still

  • World War I: The Hegemonic War

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    provides insight into how the world ended up at war. While it does not provide specific reasons as to why each state acted the way they did, it provides a framework for understanding how and why large scale world wars happen. A new environment of industrialization and nationalistic warfare led to lack of control over the masses. The world reverted back to unrestrained clash of societies from pre modern era. Only mutual exhaustion and intervention of US ended the war. The central idea of hegemonic war

  • Intelligentsia In Tatyana Tolstaya's The Slynx

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    Emerged in the 18th century with the Peter the Great's educational reforms, Russian intelligentsia has never fully acquiered a status of a social class mainly due to the vagueness of the very definition of the concept wich suffered constant modifications over time as well as the intelligentsia representatives’ emphasis on their vneklassovost’. As a result of the soundness of the philosophical underpinnings of the notion, the definition of intelligentsia was in a state of constant development carried

  • Essay On Water Conservation

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    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES ASSIGNMENT DIGITAL ASSIGNMENT III TOPIC: Water quality management and its conservation Water is an elixir of life. It is extremely important for all living organisms for their survival. Apart from sustenance of life water is also used for various purposes ranging from agriculture, food processing to other industrial applications. For the usage of water the above mentioned activities it must be available in large quantities and should satisfy the required quality. Water is

  • Gilded Age Analysis

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    The 19th century Gilded Age marked the time period and birth of two different political styles in America, the voluntary and the partisan styles. Partisan style meant that men were considered to be Republican or Democrat. It involved male-dominated partisanship of voters, political party operatives and incumbents. The voluntary style meant putting cause before the party and volunteer time being part of a series of women’s institutions, farmer’s groups and labor unions. During the late 1800’s voters

  • Benito Juarez Summary

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    The Antimasonic movement made its presence in Mexico and the United States. Meanwhile, Vazquez paints the picture of Antimasonic discourse in Mexico. The author starts by informing the reader of Benito Juarez’s affiliation to Freemasonry. Juarez, who was seminal in reforming the country in his presidency, was greatly admired by Mexican Freemasons and International Freemasons alike for his work and service. The purpose for his Reforma was to elevate the people, bring stability to the government and

  • Positive And Negative Effects Of Cotton Trade

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    support the cotton plantations. The cotton trade impacted the United States in a more positive way than negative in the long term. This essay will closely analyze the different effects it had on the Native people, African slaves and the American industrialization and outline how the effects were more positive than

  • Examples Of Foul Language

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    Tracing history, we can find that foul language was basically created by the lower class of the society. The lower class people were not well educated or even did not have a chance of education and thus they might often use foul language. With industrialization, the working class became the major part of lower class. Therefore, within capitalist culture, as foul language was gradually getting popular in working class, it became a kind of subculture tagged to working class. Also, since foul language

  • The Pros And Cons Of Privatization In Russia

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    However, the sudden change in the social and economic system confused the Russian people, who had been used to living in a country that would tell everyone what to do. Therefore, they were unsure what to do in the sudden reformation. Essentially, “There was no commitment, no participation, and no prosperity”; “Inflation rate reached 245% in January 1992, suspicion gave way to fear” (Judah 27). The GDP in Russia decreased by 44%, consumption of meat decreased by 40% (21). What Yeltsin brought to Russia