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“Made in America” The trend towards outsourcing overseas and the slowly decreasing of American manufacturing has made it very difficult to find American-made goods, but not impossible. There are a few small businesses that are still dedicated to manufacturing goods in the United States, but in today’s society, they are hard to come by. Buying goods manufacturing in the USA is something that us consumers, business owners and even the government can do to support these businesses that manufacture...

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Muslims in America

Muslims in America America today is made up of many different cultures as well as people that are in them. Not only is America diverse by the different races of people but also by their culture. In America we have many different cultures and from those cultures come subcultures. Which is a group in society which does not follow the main stream of things? Some of the more famous ones would be gays and lesbians, bikers, farmers and homeless. It's not just in America where you can find subcultures...

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White America

ENG 280 04/09/2012 Song Analysis “White America” is a song in which Eminem creates many contradictions to show inconsistencies in the American social structure. This is important because it reveals critical flaws in the American society that gives false illusions to immigrants and U.S citizens that the United States plays fair in wars. Eminem plays as a voice for the American people. Through his music he points out the flaws in our government and speaks to the people who have been entrapped...

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America: Land of Opportunity

America: Land Of Opportunity “We think of America as a land of opportunity”, and it was. Back between the 1600’s through 1774 America was a great place to start off fresh and move onto something new and exciting. Many people wanted to relocate to the America’s due to the great rumors, which it had lead on. Although there were many opportunities available in America, they were limited and were a struggle to succeed in for some. The new settlers of America came from many different backgrounds and...

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I Hear America Singing

I Hear America Singing SUMMARY In the poem "I Hear America Singing" by Walt Whitman, the reader envisions a country of people working for the greater good of mankind. These people come together as part of the whole society developing industry and production. Each person has a different occupation, but each job is important to the bigger picture. The bigger picture and theme being that of a country in which everyone is working together to create a successful and harmonious civilization. The mechanics...

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America is Ethnicity final copy

?Diamond Turner ENG102 9/19/13 Chapter 6 Essay “America is Ethnic” In the short story “The Chinese in All of Us”, Rodriguez says, “I think of myself as Chinese” (242). It only brought the thought to my attention that he must be confused. Like most minorities, he gives off the impression that he’s trying to “fit in” America. Searching for identity and suiting himself with redundant thoughts for the comfort of acceptance and feeling the pleasures of the modern American society. I am a minority...

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Irish Migration to America

?The Great Migration from Ireland to America 1800-1900 The Irish were among the many people who migrated to the United States of America. The wave of Irish migration happened in the mid – 18th century and started around the early 1840s. Many of the Irish moved to the United States of America and Canada because they wanted to be able to live freely. The majority of Irish people post 1000 A.D were Catholic. In Ireland, there were laws enforced by the British government that removed power form the...

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Colonization of America

When the Europeans had discovered America, the possibilities for them were endless. Although mistakenly discovered, it greatly aroused the curiosity of many European explorers. There were new opportunities for them to expand, and in more than just one way. Chances to spread religion, boost their economy, and help themselves politically. As soon as Columbus returned, the pope issued a decree saying the world itself was an inheritance of Christianity. Spain and Portugal, the two main Christian powers...

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An Agricultural Revolution in America

general negative financial situation affecting America. This led to large surpluses in crops that made food prices unstable and lots of food going to waste. One large part of the Agriculture Adjustment Administration was to actually pay farmers not to plant crops. This way, farmers could still receive the income their families depended on, but the market also would not be flooded with a surplus of crops, and prices could be stabilized and raised.6 As America emerged from the Great Depression and World...

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The Reluctant Fundamentalist, There Are Many Parallels to America in the Novel

protagonist recounts his life in America and the changes he had gone through in his American Journey. The use of an extended monologue makes readers view events through Changez’s perspective. Readers can also see that Hamid used a lot of parallel to present America, and Changez’s relationship with America also shown by these parallels. Initially, the company Changez works for, Underwood Samson. Underwood Samson is clearly a parallel to America, it has many similarities with America. As readers see, they all...

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