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    Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” shows how the upper class in a society can control the working man through fear or psychological manipulation, and live in luxury while those around them suffer. The politics and economics in the story both show this, and the main ideas can even be linked to his...
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    In the United States, there are only two states which don’t allow carry of a concealed weapon by civilians. Illinois is one of them. The topic of concealed carry is both an ethical issue and a statistical issue, and really, both parts of the issue show that concealed carry is an overall positive t...
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    In America, one of the biggest controversies today revolves around a mere piece of machinery. While everyone has his or her own opinion as to the overall effect guns have on society, there has been little substantial research, except for the famous (infamous to some) study conducted by John Lott and...
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    Many have called Buddy Guy Chicago’s blues king of today. He is perhaps the most energetic and spontaneous bluesman that any aspiring guitarist can hope to see on stage, displaying a constant stream of unfiltered feeling through his polka-dotted Stratocaster and tortured vocal style. Even Eric Cla...

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