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  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    The book 1984 by George Orwell is a great dystopian novel about the dangers of a government that controls the everyday lives, and even the thoughts, of its citizens. The government keeps tracks of its citizens through telescreens, televisions, which contain microphone and constantly blare governmen...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    The book 1984 by George Orwell is a great dystopian novel about the dangers of a government that controls the everyday lives, and even the thoughts, of its citizens. The government keeps tracks of its citizens through telescreens, televisions, which contain microphone and constantly blare governmen...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    The documentary The Ambassador is a move unlike any that I have seen before. The main focus of the movie is Mads Brügger, a Danish journalist who decides to discover facts about the dark underworld of Africa and the true roles that “diplomats” play there. He decides that the best way to uncov...
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    In their article "Modern Child Slavery in Africa," Allison J. explains and brings up the issue of slavery in Africa and how the world chooses to ignore the problem. I believe the author of the article is correct in their belief that the world needs to put a much greater emphasis on dealin...
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    In the November 2013 issue of Teen Ink, Danah Atassi blew me away with their description of how it feels to move from Syria to the U.S. in his article “Syrian Values.” I understand why the student feels he should act a certain way in the U.S. In the article he writes that in Syria people could...

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