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  • Vietnam War Outline - 693 words
    Indochina is made up of Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. It was colonized by the French in the late 1800's and given up in 1939. Japan tookover Frances loss after that. After Japans defeat in 1945, Vietnams patriot and communist, Ho Chi Minh and his Viet Minh declared Vietnam independent. After that, France came to claim their loss. The US supported France fearing the "Domino Theory" would take affect after in 1949 China fell to communism. In 1950, the US sent troops to South Korea to prevent the dominos from falling. The Vietnamese took fort Dien Bien Phoo in May of 1954, so then the French finally pulled out. That set up 2 nations North Vietnam and South Vietnam split at the 17th parallel. Ho C ...
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  • Governmental Actions To End Discrimination Since The 1950s Outline - 341 words
    Slow Improvement, but substantial gains 1954- Brown v. Board of Ed.- ends segregation 1962- Baker v. Carr- "one man, one vote"; redistricts congressional districts to be more representative of minorities. 1964- Heart of Atlanta Motel v. U.S.- uses interstate commerce clause to ban segregated motels, hotels and restaurants. 1966- S.C. v. Katzenbach- enforces 15th amendment's policy of ending voting discrimination 1968- Jones v. Mayer- racial discrimination in sale or rental of housing is illegal. 1971- Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg County- bussing can be used as a means of combating state enforced segregation. 1979- United Steel Workers v. Weber- upholds affirmative action for the purpose of ...
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  • History Outline - 1,938 words
    Mrs. S Chris Johnson History 10-H November 14, 1999  Enlightenment grew out of the scientific revolution of the 1500s and 1600s  Joseph Preistly and Antoine Lavoisier built framework for modern chemistry  Edward Jenner developed a vaccine against smallpox  Natural Laws Laws that govern human nature  Thomas Hobbes and John Locke made ideas key to the Enlightenment  Thomas Hobbes put ideas into his book, Leviathan  He argued that people were naturally cruel, greedy, and selfish  Thought life in a state of nature would be solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short  Hobbes supported the Stuart kings in struggle against parli ...
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  • Group Work Outline - 380 words
    In this section, we will state our topic, which is group conflict resolution. We will present the subtopics we will focus on in the paper. We will briefly tie the four subtopics into each other under the umbrella topic of group conflict resolution. This section will discuss common conflicts that arise in groups. We will pay particular attention to conflicts that we believe are likely to occur in our group based on our perception of the dynamics of our group. As part of that discussion, we will analyze how and why those particular conflicts are related to our group dynamics. This subtopic will discuss the roles each group member plays in the group. The discussion will focus on the roles as de ...
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  • Alcoholspeech Outline - 876 words
    I. Introduction: Do you remember the Notre Dame football game this past season?? Well I do sorta. I was at the game and allI even participated in the vandalism that went on before the game even ended. I know my intentions for that game were to 1) watch Pitt lose again, 2) get pretty drunk because I had a good feeling that Pitt would screw it up again, and 3) have fun at our party that night. Well here is just a little bit of what happened to me that day. I started to drink before the game, and following that head on down to the game with a few more beers. At the conclusion of the game I have probably had about a total of 8 beersand I think I am being a little modest. I get back to the house ...
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  • Mumbo Jumbo Outline - 1,773 words
    1. The mayor of New Orleans is the first character introduced in this novel. He is informed by a telephone call that Jes Grew is flaring up. "Jes Grew was an anti-plague." "Jes Grew enlivened the host." Jes Grew begins to be explained to the reader. 2. Jes Grew begins to spread through America. It is very contagious. 3. The Wallflower Order is explained. It is somebody who doesnt dance. Also, the reader learns what the Mutafikah are. Also known as, "art-nappers" 4. In this part, talk of the British Empire and America confuse me, and I dont know how this fits into the (story?) "The sun never sets on the British Empire." "Theres a sucker born every minute." 5. Warren Harding is elected preside ...
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  • Bio Outline - 1,776 words
    ... E PHOTO REVIEW HANDOUT W/ EXPLANATION BELOW 6. Non-Cyclic electron Photophosphorylation (Figure13-34 = Z Scheme with electron volt ratings) (1) Mn -center - Water Oxidizing Enzyme (3) Plastoquinone e- carrier aromatic ring w/ long chair hydrocarbon not attached to PS II (4) Cytochrome b6 - e- carrier Heme (Fe) containing protein Fe2+ Fe 3+ (b) Sets up H+ gradient between Stroma and Thylakoid lumen (c) H+ pumped from stroma into lumen (d) Flow out through CF0CF1 ATPase imbedded in thylakoid lumen. (7) PC = e- carrier - plastocyanin (a) Cu containing protein: Cu+ Cu2+ (9) Ferrodoxin - Fe/S center mobile - not attached to PS I (10) NADP+ Reductase use electrons to reduce NADP+ to NADP ...
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  • Outline For Primate Evolution - 467 words
    I. Types of Primates A. New World monkey 1. Examples: Spider Monkeys, Golden Lion Tamarins, and Squirrel Monkeys. 2. Diet usually consists of fruit, insects, and other small animals 3. Very Diverse in size and ecology 4. Uses tail as a fifth limb to help climb 5. First modern anthropoids to evolve 6. Successfully crossed the Atlantic Ocean 1. Either by rafting on floating Islands or by crossing bridges when sea level was low B. Old World Monkeys 1. Examples: Mandrills, Proboscis Monkeys, Grey Langurs and Baboons 2. Natives of Africa and Asia 3. They mostly live in Trees 4. They are mostly commonly known as cold weather monkeys. C. Apes 1. There are 5 genera of apes: Gorillas, Chimpanzees, Gi ...
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  • Good Vs. Evil - Analytical Sentence Outline - 578 words
    Theme: Good and Evil Create a Society Paragraph 1: CENTRAL IDEA: Conflicts heavily arise between the two topics of good and evil. THESIS SENTENCE: Through common stories good and evil are portrayed through both protagonist and antagonist view, creating morals and opinions, and how societies views have changed over time. Paragraph 2: TOPIC SENTENCE: Common stories portray good and evil through both a protagonist and antagonist view. Paragraph 3: TOPIC SENTENCE: Significant morals and opinions are shown in stories made up of good and evil. Paragraph 4: TOPIC SENTENCE: Societies views have changes over time by the reality brought out in good and evil. Paragraph 5: CONCLUSION: Good and evil repr ...
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  • Animal Testing (speech Outline) - 1,059 words
    Specific Purpose To persuade my audience that animal testing is wrong and how other safer alternatives should be taken. Central Idea By going the extra mile in using safer alternatives when experimenting with animals will not only prevent conflicts from pro-life activists, it will minimize lawsuits and morals will be preserved. Introduction I. Okay I got a riddle I made up for the class. A. What was once cute and furry but becomes a bloody rotted mess? B. You guys give up? C. Well the answer to this question is an animal that has undergone chemical testing. II. I know that wasnt too funny but I needed some sort of attention-grabber and this hit home on the question of my topic; whether ani ...
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  • Cannibalism A Cultural, Psychopathic, And Survival Approach (speech Preparation Outline) - 960 words
    Introduction I. Imagine our class as a rugby team and Mrs. Edwards as our coach as we were flying over the Himalayas for a tournament until our plane suddenly crashes. A. Although were most of us survived, we barely have any food to live on. B. Would we have to resort to cannibalism? II. Cannibalism can be defined as any animal or human that eats their own kind. A. But for the sake of my speech, we will focus on humans. B. I know that you may be thinking how on earth I arrived to this topic or whether or not to hang around me but I consider cannibalism to be an interesting topic. III. There are various ways cannibalism has been regarded today. A. Cannibalism has been regarded as a strong asp ...
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  • Sample Outline And Essay - 891 words
    Below you will find a sample outline and the essay written from that outline. OUTLINE Paragraph 1 (Introduction) I. Leading sentence: It took me eighteen years to realize what an extraordinary influence my mother has been on my life. II. Summary of main points: I not only came to love the excitement of learning simply for the sake of knowing something new, but I also came to understand the idea of giving back to the community in exchange for a new sense of life, love, and spirit. Paragraph 2 (First Supporting Point) I. Transition sentence: My mothers enthusiasm for learning is most apparent in travel. II. Supporting point: Her mothers enthusiasm for learning. III. Evidence: Learning through ...
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  • Ib History Chapter 10 Outline, Out Of Many - 1,351 words
    Chapter 10 I. The New Democratic Politics in North America A. Continental Struggles Over Popular Rights 1. In 1821, Mexico achieved independence from Spain 2. Spanish rule left a legacy of social divide 3. the constitution of 1824, closely modeled to the U.S. constitution, crated a federal republic but continued a powerful political role for the Catholic Church and granted the president extraordinary powers in times of emergency 4. General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana: strongest of the early president; saved Mexico from Spanish invasion; overthrow an unpopular dictatorship 5. the independence of Haiti in 1804 set the pattern for events in many other Caribbean islands in subsequent years a. des ...
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  • Outline Socrates Earlier Charges. Why Did He Need To Deal With These Charges Before The Actual Ones - 966 words
    At the age of seventy Socrates was before five hundred Athenians in the court of law. Over his seventy years this was his first appearance in court. However, Socrates had allegations against him earlier in his life of being a Sophist. According to The Concise Oxford Dictionary, Sophist is defined as; a paid teacher of the Ancient-Greek philosophy and rhetoric (public speaking); meaning a human being who interrogates others tending to discover imperfection and formulate insignificant and extreme criticism . Two other earlier charges Socrates was accused of was aggravating citizens with his continuous cross examination of people who thought they held wisdom, to establish their ignorance and te ...
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  • Outline The Differences Between Parliamentary And Presidential Government - 972 words
    One of the key features of any political system is the relationship between the assembly and the government, that is, the relationship between legislative and executive authority. In exceptional cases, a form of assembly government may develop in which executive and legislative power is vested in the assembly, there being no separate executive body. Such a system, for example, briefly emerged under the radical democracy of Rousseau during the French Revolution. In other cases, such as communist regimes, both the legislative and executive bodies have been subordinate to the unchallengeable authority of a ruling party. However, assembly executive relations more commonly conform to one of two ...
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  • Proper Motivation: The Key To An Organization's Success. Outline Of A Sample Motivation Plan For Any Organization. Discussion Of Other Motivational Theories As Well. - 1,779 words
    Proper Motivation: the key to an organization's success Motivation of our employees is one of the most important issues facing companies today. The need to instill our employees with motivation is becoming ever more important especially with the shift towards a more socially and culturally responsive workforce. So how does a company find out what motivates its employees? How do they provide a motivational plan that includes incentives both traditional (money) and nontraditional elements? What will these elements be? How do we keep our managers focused on the plan and give them the tools they need to make the plan successful? What effect will our plan have on the working atmosphere of our org ...
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  • Outline Some Of The Ways The Dinstinction Between Productive And Unproductive Labour Have Been Drawn - 1,682 words
    Debates about what is real work have been taking place since the birth of economics in the 18th Century. (D103 p 33) The way work is organised defines our economy and the meaning of economic activity. (i.b.i.d. p 9) There are two definitions of work. Firstly, activities done in order to bring in money as payment for the person doing it, based on exchange in the public domain, which may be seen as productive work. Secondly, activities that contribute to the reproduction of society, usually unpaid and undertaken in the private domain, which may been seen as unproductive work. Many activities fall into both categories but it is the social context in which an activity is done which determines w ...
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  • Outline Of American Revolution - 1,380 words
    1. Mercantilism was the economic theory and practice common in Europe from the 16th to the 18th century that promoted governmental regulation of a nation's economy for the purpose of augmenting state power at the expense of enemy nations. 2. Bounties were payments made to encourage production of certain goods in the colonies. 3. The French and Indian War was part of a great war for empire, a determined and eventually successful attempt by the British to attain a dominant position in North America, the West Indies. 4. Pontiacs Rebellion in this the Indians of the Americas united under one leader to prevent further invasions in their land by British and French forces. 5. The Proclamation of 17 ...
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  • Memory (speech Outline) - 1,137 words
    Specific purpose: to increase my audience's understanding of how memory functions and how it affects them. Central idea: Memory is a process of the brain which is prone to certain failures, although specific steps can be taken to guard against these failures. Introduction I. Memory problems can affect us in many ways. A. Some of you might have had problems finding your keys before you came to class. B. Some of you have certainly suffered from 'What's Your Name Again?' syndrome. 1. We can remember attributes of people without being able to recall their names. 2. For instance, you may not know my name but you would be able to recognize me as being in your class. II. I will explain some of the ...
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  • Hg Wells - 569 words
    H.G. Wells writings were influenced by things such as Darwinism, the first World War, and involved extensive predictions, futuristic inventions, and humor. Herbert George Wells was born in Bromely, Kent, England in 1866. His father was a shopkeeper, and his mother was a house keeper. While Wells attended Morleys School in Bromely, most of his education came from reading. In 1874 Wells started reading lots of books while he was laid up in bed with a broken leg. From 1880 to 1883 Wells was a drapers apprentice in Windsor. After a year as a teacher in a private school Wells won a scholarship to the Normal School of Science in South Kensington. Wells did well his first year, then faltered during ...
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