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    ideals to guide us, and it is inevitable that we stumble as we blaze our trail through history. Yet every mistake comes with lessons learnt, so that each step is better-grounded than the last. Such is the matter of our Articles of Confederation and the proposed Constitution. The Articles did well to solidify our nation as an independent and sovereign entity, but managed little more than that. Our states squabble amongst themselves,

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    The Articles of Confederation is the congress adopted The Articles of Confederation and they adopted it in the month of November in 1777. All the states did not agree with The Articles of Confederation until like month of march on the 1 in 1781. They needed a stronger Federal Government and they eventually led them to the Constitutional Convention. The current United States replaced the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution in the month March in 1789. During the Constitution George Washington

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    Comparing two newspaper articles, one from a tabloid and one from a broadsheet will convey the different techniques that tabloids and broadsheets use to present stories. Media in general, aim to inform and interest the audience which consist of many different types. Diverse emotions and ideas are created by the media; foremost tabloids. Tabloids are papers like ‘The Sun’, ‘The Mirror’, ‘The Daily Mail’, ‘The Express’ and ‘The Star’. In contrast to these are broadsheets like ‘The Times’, ‘The Guardian’

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    about the same thing. Just like with the two articles, "Energy Story" and "Conducting Solutions." Same with the one video clip, "Hands-on Science with Squishy Circuits." These three sources all talk about the same thing, which is electricity. However, just because these three sources talk about the same thing doesn't mean they have the same purpose. First, the difference between the two articles’, "Energy Story" and "Conducting Solutions" purposes. The article, "Energy story," talks about atoms and what

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    Comparing Two Articles on Abortion

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    The two articles were selected under the same subject “abortion” which is summarized together. The first article summarized on “Women No More Likely to Seek Mental Health Care after an Abortion than before, study finds” taken from popular medical online news, Medical News Today. Second article summarized on “Increased MMA concentration and body mass index are associated with spontaneous Abortion in Brazilian women: A pilot study” by Elvira M.Guerra-Shinohara, Perla M. Pereira, Ananka M. Kubota, Thaiomara

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    Revolution. In order to help the states work together, the Articles of Confederation were made, which were a set of laws to govern the states. The Articles did not work for long, and then the state’s delegates came together to make changes, but instead they formed the U.S. Constitution; this document is still used today. The

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    written form such as magazine articles, contain certain forms of linguistics to suit the context of the situation. In this study, two magazine articles, Everybody has a story, by Lucy Corry of Frankie Magazine and Yes, she can, Julia Bishop, by Sophie Tedmanson appearing in Vogue magazine will be compared and contrasted to determine the links and differences between the two articles. To begin with, Yes, she can, Julia Bishop, is written in the form of paragraphs. The article has told the story of Julie

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    original article differently and why? The first writer uses the part of the article that basically claims that vegetarianism have a lower risk of alcoholism than the general public, and she used it because she was writing an article about ways to reduce the risk of alcoholism. Writer 2 summarizes the article, but emphasizes the parts of the article that talk about all the benefits of of vegetarianism because he is writing an article to promote vegetarianism. Write 3 summarizes the article, as well

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    newspapers are very different. This essay will analyze the articles about the association between concussion and suicidal risk. The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail present the same story with several differences between them. Most importantly, we will further analyze some implications of these differences, namely in the appearance, language, and the content. Firstly, we will analyze the differences in the appearance of these two newspaper articles, namely The Globe and Mail “Concussion raise suicide

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    There are many different types of articles: newspaper articles, journal articles, editorial articles, research articles. Each one of these articles target a different audience. The authors takes into account who will be reading their article and how much knowledge he or she has on the topic being discussed. The style of each of these articles depends on the audience. The comprehensibility of a newspaper article will be much greater than a research journal article written by a scientist. The audience

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