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  • Should Donald Trump Be Banned To Immigrants In America?

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    wanted to go back to their home in America, but they were considered dangerous. After the ban, the United States chose sides on whether or not to support or despise the act. In, "Ask a Chicagoan, Mr. President, about 'dangerous' immigrants", the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board successfully persuades the Chicagoland

  • Service Animals Research Paper

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    I have decided that the content of my Position Paper will focus on the issues of struggles of acceptance and accommodations for service animals when introduced to public society and the problems that have risen over the past years for disabled handlers. This paper will focus specifically on an audience targeted towards business-owners, legal professionals, civil rights advocates, and the general Chicagoland area population because it is the region that will be focused on specifically. As a general

  • Essay on Arne Duncan's Continuing Failure of Renaissance 2010

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    Arne Duncan is the current Secretary of Education in Washington and was the biggest architect of the Renaissance 2010 movement within the Chicago Public Schools. He has been an effective leader for the charter school movement, or “turn around” schools as they begin to shape the education systems of underprivileged cities in the rest of the United States of America. There are many people who are in favor of the charter schools coming up through the education system, but there are others who are seeing

  • Tylenol Crisis Essay

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    In September of 1982 seven people from Chicago died after taking Tylenol capsules. Tylenol was the leading pain-killer medicine in the United States at the time. It was reported that an unknown suspect put 65 milligrams of deadly cyanide into Tylenol capsules. It was assumed that the tampering occurred once the product reached the shelves. They were removed from the shelves, infected with cyanide and returned to the shelves (Mitchell 1989). In 1982, Tylenol controlled 37 percent of its

  • Analysis Of The City Zoning And Population Migration

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    unproductive are detrimental to the public good. The public policy of the Mayoral Government of Chicago has led to an ineffective and harmful modality, which has manifested itself into the colloquially titled “Chiraq”. Comparative analysis of the City Zoning and Population Migration between 1985 and 2012 depict a relationship between incidents of housing closure and a general increase in crime. Throughout the city of Chicago the neighborhoods with the highest population of displaced people tend to be the ones

  • Theme Of Self Image In 12 Angry Men

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    Self-image is a largely talked about issue. From negative to positive outlooks, it can be seen in most magazines, heard on most talk shows, and is mentioned in almost every article on the internet. The 1957 MGM film Twelve Angry Men compels the characters in the film and the audiences to view their own self-image when making a decision on the guilt of an eighteen-year-old boy who is accused of killing his father. By using logic, reflection, and attitude, the movie shows each of the characters to

  • The Problem with Potholes Speech

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    what they can do to help fix them. Specific purpose: To inform my audience how pot-holes are formed in Chicago, due to the climate. And what Chicagoans can do to help fix them by using the city’s’ free on line service. INTRODUCTION I. (Attention getter): According to the Chicago tribune’s website, in 2011 alone, 600,000 potholes were repaired, filled, or resurfaced by the city of Chicago. If this is divided in to a 40 hour work week, that averages out to 1,640 potholes a day — (200 + potholes

  • Gun Control In Society

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    about. One of the major issues that has been talked about for an extended period of time is gun control and the issues that follow it. There are two specific articles that were chosen today; one of which from the Chicago Sun Times website, and the other from the New York Times. The issues following gun control have been very outrageous in my opinion. Let us talk about the city of Chicago, for instance. Chicago is known for its dangers. Being one of the most dangerous cities throughout the entire

  • Racial Feelings Of Chicago, Illinois

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    Racial feelings in Chicago, Illinois are very similar today to how they were in the 1950s. The Younger family from Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun was the epitome of a lower class, black family during that time. They dealt with the hardships of never having enough money and losing family happiness due to their lack of wealth. Modern-day Chicago can easily be compared to Chicago from the mid 1900s because of the ever-growing amount of poor blacks and the poverty riven African-American neighborhoods

  • Analysis Of A Raisin In The Sun Production By Lorraine Hansberry

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    Raisin in the Sun Production by Lorraine Hansberry. Lorraine Hansberry was born in Chicago on March 19, 1930. Hansberry was an African American. She was one of four siblings that include two brothers and one sister. In the 1930’s racism and segregation was prevalent in the time. Her parents were “civil rights activist Carl and Nannie Hansberry” Tillman. She was raised in the Woodlawn neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. Her family was one of the wealthy African-American families in Chicago. When she