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Age Doesnt Define Voice
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Malcolm X once said, “Human rights are something you were born with. Human rights are your God-given rights. Human rights are the rights that are recognized by all nations of this earth.” If you look at our world today, most people... (more »)
The Zodiac Killer
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“I like killing people because it’s so much fun. It is more fun than killing wild game in the forest because man is the most dangerous animal of all. To kill something gives me the most thrilling experience.” This is a quote... (more »)
Is Digitization Demoting the Current Standards...
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The confusion between what determines art as ‘real’ or not has plagued critics and artists from the late 20th and 21st centuries. The difference lies with the ‘real’ artists and the self-made ones. While... (more »)
All about me
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Recognizing Ideologies Essay
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Recognizing Ideologies Essay        By: JonathanH123 In the famous quote by Benjamin Franklin(“They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”) he said that if... (more »)
Cold War Policy
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Cold War Policy     By: JonathanH123   The policy of containment was created by the United States, During the the Cold War is when this major strategy was created. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, Korean War, and the Berlin Airlift is... (more »)
Modern History- Bosnia
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Bosnia                Bosnia, located in the Bosnia and Herzegovina region of the world is a fascinating nation with a rich history. The name “Bosnia” is derived from the Bosna river which cuts through the region.... (more »)
Last Minute
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Last Minute Procrastination is a funny thing, because it’s almost seen as unavoidable. Everyone procrastinates at some point in their life because that’s just a natural human thing, to not want to do something because it won’t be fun so... (more »)
An Equal Partnership: Jane’s Journey to...
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An Equal Partnership: Jane’s Journey to Equality and Rejection of Socially Acceptable Marriage Throughout Victorian England, women were viewed as mere objects of beauty. Expected to marry in submissive relationships and spend their lives... (more »)
Lick and Lather
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Soap and chocolate: the cleaning and the cooking. Considered women’s jobs, they represent the stereotypes against which feminism fights. Both materials are solid and heavy, difficult to move and difficult to break. In Janine... (more »)
Thync Headbands: The Innovative Solution to Bad...
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In today’s high-tech world, technological innovations have the power to control almost every single aspect of our daily lives, from our means of communication to our eating plans, and now, our own emotions. In the past, many devices have... (more »)
Why 3D Printing is More Than Just a New Way to...
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When the process of 3D printing became known to the majority of the public in the past year or so, many people saw it as simply a new way to create colorful toys and decorations. Images of 3D printed geometric shapes flooded the media, leading... (more »)
China's Futuristic Bus Floats Over Traffic
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Anyone who has travelled to China before and been on the road can vouch for this statement: the traffic can be insane. Not only are there a tremendous amount of cars and buses on the roads that lead to to congestion and drastic delays, but there... (more »)
Sexism in "A Farewell to Arms"
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A Farewell to Arms one of Ernest Hemingway’s most revered novels. It’s received millions of accolades and is highly valued as an American literary classic. The story is told from the perspective of an American ambulance driver in the Italian... (more »)
Howard Baker: The Great Compromiser of the 1970s This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
On September 7, 1977, President Jimmy Carter and Panamanian General Omar Torrijos signed two Panama Canal treaties, one of which eventually led America to relinquish control of the Panama Canal. After exhausting debates, the Senate ratified the... (more »)
The Back-Pack-Vac
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Pollution: one of the worst problems we have in the world today. You can't even drive one mile without finding at least five pieces of trash. At the rate Americans pollute, our world could become a complete dump sooner than we think.... (more »)
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