Bertie Wooster

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  • Wooster Glass Case Study

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    WOOSTER — Sit down with Greg and Kathy Long and you would never know the couple has been named to the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce Wall of Fame. Greg, managing partner of the Long, Cook & Samsa accounting firm, and Kathy, president of Wooster Glass, will be honored for a lifetime of achievement at the Chamber’s annual dinner meeting Jan. 18 at GOJO Industries, however, they seemed more focused on those who never made it to the wall or who should be on the wall. “For everyone on the wall there

  • Stanley Gault Research Paper

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    WOOSTER — Stanley Gault was remembered as a faithful husband, caring father, successful businessman, generous philanthropist, committed Christian and “lover of this community” Saturday during funeral services for the former Rubbermaid CEO at Wooster United Methodist Church. Sons Stephen and Chris Gault, longtime friend Ron Holtman, the Rev. Charles Tobias and Deborah Hoover shared memories of Stanley Gault, who died June 29 at the Cleveland Clinic. He was 90. “We come together in grief,” Tobias said

  • Book Review Of 'The Notorious Benedict Arnold'

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    The Notorious Benedict Arnold Noah Collins 4th Period Chapters 1-3 The book opens to a grim scene of a crowded field, filled with angry and shocked people, surrounding the gallows and looking at the road ahead as a band marched in playing a funeral march. Behind the band marched the broken and defeated Benedict Arnold, former general of the rebel army and traitor to the new country of The United States, in prison rags and shackles. The somber scene concludes with Arnold swallowing his saliva and

  • Essay On Terrorist Violence

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    Despite the struggle to bring about a resolution to the conflict during the 1970s and 80s, terrorist violence continued to be a problem into the early 90s, and British troops remained in full force. In 1981, ten IRA prison hunger strikers starved to death after they used hunger strikes to protest against losing their ‘special category’ status and against wearing prison uniforms. This democratic success persuaded Republicans of the benefits of politics instead of violence as a way of getting what

  • Discuss-Mogg

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    It dismays me to hear that one of my local representives, Jacob Rees-Mogg, has expressed his personal support for the regressive, divisive Mr. Trump and his Republican party. On Thursday, the member of parliment for North-East Somerset claimed that Mr. Trump's victory represented a "triumph of optimism" and that Mr. Trump shared supposed British values in a BBC radio debate with Ed Milliband. While I appreciate there may be a need to work with him for the good of millions, it was the sheer enthuasisum