The Rolling Tides Of Power

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Devin Vanzant Ms. Martin Period 5 February 23 2016 The Rolling Tides of Power When you group social groupings, war and weaponry, and the economy together, there may not be an apparent similarity between the three items, however, it truly is apparent, and that similarity is the aspect of competition for power. Throughout the course of the history of the United States, the want for power has been a continuous competition. this competition has been apparent on both a national and international level over disputes of social labeling and values, a competitive industrial economy, and as well a fight to be on top in the scientific worlds of medicine and military through different examples in our past, present, and near future. Jamelle Bouie, an…show more content…
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