Communist Manifesto Political Correctness
2,714 words... write the Communist Manifesto. This work has been thought of as the bible of the Communist Movement. As a result of this paper, the world was enlightened by the theory. In 1917 a Czar ruled Russia began its revolution led by Vladimir Lenin. Thus was the beginning of one of the world's largest Communist experiments to occur thus far in history. A theory which advocates a state of society in which there should be no private ownership, all property being vested in the community and labour organ...
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Political Correctness Politically Correct
769 wordsPolitical correctness, a concept originally meant to protect minorities and the under represented and thus strengthen the country, has in todays America become no more than a necessary evil and catalyst for the cult of ethnicity. In theory political correctness sounds like a very reasonable idea and when looked at very shallowly this remains the case. When it is more thoroughly looked at thought it dangers become more and more apparent. By creating a set of correct terminology and assigning each...
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Affirmative Action And Racial Tension
1,743 wordsAffirmative action. What was its purpose in the first place, and do we really need it now in the liberal super sensitive nineties? It began in an era when minorities were greatly under represented in universities and respectable professions. Unless one was racist, most agreed with the need of affirmative action in college admissions and in the workplace. Society needed an active law that enforced equality during a period when civil rights bills were only effective in ink. With so much of America...
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World War One Institute For Social Research
1,768 wordsPolitical correctness is a political ideology, nothing more. I believe political correctness is a political ideology and it cannot be correct unless it is linked to genuine transformation. First, I will examine the origins of political correctness to try to get a clear understanding of what this movement is. Second, I will show you that political correctness is political and how it became a political ideology. Lastly, I shall discuss why this ideology does not work. Political correctness is cult...
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2,804 wordsVictor Lopez English 1, Section 1710 Argumentation/Persuasion Research Paper Music is Your Attitude Introduction The issue of racial hate is becoming more and more acute in contemporary America. And this is happening at the same time, when we are being told that the our multicultural society is becoming more tolerant, since the cultural diversity is being enforced now... Apparently, something is rotten in the kingdom of Denmark, as the famous saying goes. Despite our government's best efforts, t...
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Political Correctness Objective Reality
1,517 words... it and never let go. This is why we can only talk about women in politics in the context of general degenerative trends, within our society. This is, of course, not to say that womens social role is less important. It is simply different. The only two successful female politicians in the whole history were Joan of Arc and Margaret Thatcher. And the only reason why we think of their historical role in positive terms, is because psychologically they were more men then women. They acted in manl...
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Position Joseph Heart Of Darkness
1,949 wordsPosition Paper: Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" The accusation of racism nowadays is being widely used by the pushers of left-wing agenda to effectively silence their opponents. In fact, the issue of racism in America is a like a rush: the more it gets scratched the more it itches. According to watchdogs of political correctness, it is found everywhere. No social institution is spared from it. The paranoia over this issue in America gains more and more momentum. China Achebe's article An Ima...
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Mentally Challenged Political Correctness
2,095 words... grip of left-wing wackos. There is no doubt that special education programs involve many ethical issues, however, they are not as dramatic as we often are made to believe. The most important of them is different treatment of children at school, which is based on their genetic inadequateness. The watchdogs of political correctness are trying to downplay the fact that mental retardation, along with inbred physical deformities, is 99 % genetically predetermined. In fact, they do their best, in ...
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Political Correctness American Medias
1,514 wordsMedia Bias in Politics The Medias are being traditionally referred to as the democracy's fourth column, in the sense that they influence peoples minds to a great extent, which is often a single factor that defines citizens political affiliation. One of the most important principles of democracy is independence of Medias. In theory, Media owners biggest goal is to deliver honest and unbiased information to the people, while leaving it up to them to come to their own conclusions. Of course, it is ...
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Military Industrial Complex Trials And Tribulations
1,787 wordsEssay # 2 Nowadays, more and more people grow increasingly incapable of understanding a simple fact that the notions of objectiveness and badness do not necessarily contradict each other, which in its turn; can be explained by existential specifics of post-industrial reality. Ever since the promoters of neo-Liberal agenda had managed to instil citizens with the idea that the expression of ones political opinions in clear and coherent manner represents an offence against the spirit of political c...
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Men And Women Sexual Harassment
1,847 wordsUndermining Political Correctness When we talk of John Taylor Gatto's Dumbening Us Down and David Mamet's play Oleanna, it cannot escape our attention that the both writings subject has to do with concept of political correctness being institutionalized on academic level. The conclusion, to which John Gatto takes us to with the mean journalistic analysis, can also be found in David Mamet's play, although he does it not quite as directly as Gatto. George Orwell's concept of big brother controllin...
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1,569 wordsUndermining Political Correctness When we talk of John Taylor Gatto's Dumbening Us Down and David Mamet's play Oleanna, it cannot escape our attention that the both writings subject has to do with concept of political correctness being institutionalized on academic level. The conclusion, to which John Gatto takes us to with the mean journalistic analysis, can also be found in David Mamet's play, although he does it not quite as directly as Gatto. George Orwell's concept of big brother controllin...
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Threats To Democracy In Modern Part 1
1,779 wordsThreats to Democracy in Modern America The main feature of our post-industrial era is that modern societies are becoming increasingly anti-utopian. Even in as recent as 1960, the idea of punishing individual for simply having an emotional feeling, would have been thought of as utterly unacceptable by the majority of people. Yet, the ill-famed hate law is nowadays' reality and there is no public outcry against it, as people are being brainwashed that hate is necessarily evil, even though it is a ...
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Racial Minorities Political Correctness
1,703 words... practical implementation of eugenics on a scale of governmental policies. Immigration and Nationality Act only replaced it in 1965. Ever since then the ratio of new immigrants, coming from non-white countries increased substantially, causing rapid demographic changes. These changes are usually referred to as a policy of multiculturalism. In recent times, Nativism became to be associated with American Natives strive to rightfully regain their right to be owners of the land, where countless ge...
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Anti Sex League Form Of Government
2,490 wordsResearch/Analysis George Orwell's 1984 is the best-known novel anti-utopia of modern times. He wrote it in 1949, before the advent of Cold War. Back than, it was considered a bad taste to criticize Soviet Union in Western countries, as Soviets still were considered great allies that helped so much in bringing down Hitler. There was a wide spread notion among people that Soviet way of life is actually a progressive one and evolutionary changes within Western societies would lead to the same resul...
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Washington D C Cop Killer
2,195 wordsWinning The Cultural War Charlton Heston February 16, 1999 addressing the Harvard Law School Forum I remember my son when he was five, explaining to his kindergarten class what his father did for a living. My Daddy, he said, pretends to be people. There have been quite a few of them. Prophets from the Old and New Testaments, a couple of Christian saints, generals of various nationalities and different centuries, several kings, three American presidents, a French cardinal and two geniuses, includ...
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Freedom Of Speech Politically Correct
455 wordsPolitical Political Correctness Political Correctness Political correctness isn? t always a positive thing. People that are older should have the right to a freedom of speech. They should be able to say words to express their emotions. They have a better judgment to know how and when to use curse words. Curse words are used everywhere. They are used on television, movies, and in the public. Why be political correct when you can? t express something that you need to say to someone. The older a pe...
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Teddy Bear Political Correctness
1,413 wordsPolitical Correctness: Essay submitted by Joshua Lewis The University of Southern California: The Teddy Bear Massacre Like so many other traditions, the burning of the bruin was put on the chopping block recently. The long running University of Southern California spirit activity consisted of throwing a large stuffed bear in a bon fire the night before the football game against their rival, the University of California at Los Angeles. The Black Student Union and other student organizations recen...
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Native Americans Political Correctness
1,366 wordsLike so many other traditions, the burning of the bruin was put on the chopping block recently. The long running University of Southern California spirit activity consisted of throwing a large stuffed bear in a bon fire the night before the football game against their rival, the University of California at Los Angeles. The Black Student Union and other student organizations recently questioned the event. Their concern was that the event too closely resembled past lynching of African Americans in...
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Political Correctness Politically Correct
654 wordsReport: Politically correct is such an innocent term. How can anyone be against something so friendly, something that is supposed to encourage harmony and peace between all people? My answer is Ha! Although I do agree that kindness, respect, and courtesy in our everyday life are to be promoted, it seems to me that they lose much of their meaning if they are oppressively forced upon us by political correctness. That is why there are no examples in modern times that are quite so hopeless to me as ...
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