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  • Media Used In Mass Media

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    media influencers use their platform for good and some use it for bad. For example, In the Brian Williams case he used it for bad because he lied to the people that looked up to him, or people that watched the news. Another example would be when Jorge Ramos was kicked out of the press room for asking difficult question to Donald Trump, but in this case it was different because he used mass media for good because he was asking these questions for the people and for them to know, what was going on. Because

  • My Favorite Political Leader : Fidel Castro

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    Merlina Ramos LALS 311 Professor Nieves October 26, 2015 Fidel Castro Although it isn’t likely for one to hear, my favorite political leader would be Fidel Castro. In a world where many democratic powers reside, communist/socialist affiliates are frowned upon; however this is one character that truly has had success in his role as a “communist” leader. The United States is the main leader in the charge against countries associated with communism/socialism, and it often demonizes those that don’t

  • Biography Of Ernesto ' Che '

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    Ernesto “Che” Guevara was born on June 14, 1928, in Rosario, Argentina. He came from a wealthy upper-class family but leftist ideas. Most of the family’s wealth came from an inheritance left to Ernesto’s mother. Most of that wealth was lost due to different business ventures that the family invested in. During this time the family moved to several areas of Argentina, eventually settling on a plantation in the jungle region of the country. Very quickly it became obvious to the family that Ernesto

  • Cub A Long History With Cuba

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    The United States has had a long history with Cuba. Within that long history came many arguments and accusations, such as the demand that Castro request that the U.S. embassy staff be reduced. Following that request came an outrageous accusation stating that the embassy was being used as a foundation for spies. This made U.S. officials think that Castro’s government was too anti-American to be trusted. Castro started nationalizing foreign property and companies as a response to the U.S., so the United

  • How Magical Realism Is Achieved

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    How Magical Realism is Achieved and What it Portrays in Juan Rulfo’s Novel: Pedro Paramo The idea that most do not understand situations outside of linear time and space is readily apparent through Immanuel Kant’s idea that “space and time are the framework within which the mind is constrained to construct its experience of reality.” With this idea in mind, Juan Rulfo’s novel, Pedro Paramo, is purposely constructed in complete defiance of linear time and space. Rulfo aimed to create a sense of connectedness

  • Conducting Business In Cuba Essay

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    Conducting Business in Cuba Isiah Ramos Randolph Community College Conducting Business in Cuba Conducting business here and abroad including Cuba requires thorough research, planning, financial support, legal process, and any other obstacle or problem that will come with it. Cuba since opening its door to the United States can be one of the place to conduct business. With Cuba being banned for decades to conduct business with United States their agricultural products or their manpower

  • Nonviolent vs. Violent Revolution

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    tries to oppress them. Eventually, the oppressed will revolt against the oppressors. When this happens, the revolution can take one of two approaches. There can be a violent movement or a non-violent movement. Revolutionaries such as Che Guevara, Fidel Castro and Adolf Hitler used violence and death to accomplish their goals. Revolutionaries such as Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Dalai Lama have used non-violent means such as

  • Helms-Burton Act

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    I. INTRODUCTION Following the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, the United States shifted its focus to Cuba with the intentions of freeing the country from its communist ideologies and establishing a democratic government. The U.S. government passed the Helms-Burton Act in an attempt to pressurize Cuba into restructuring. Its enactment was controversial, provoking immediate and widespread debate around the world as to whether certain provisions of the Act violated international law

  • The Assassination of President Kennedy Essay

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    were angry at lack of a full-scale invasion, whereas the Doves were against military operations in the first place. Not only did his own government now have motives to get rid of their seemingly 'incompetent' leader, but also did Fidel Castro. America had induced an operation intending to eliminate the Cuban leader, and who is to say Castro would not have retaliated? Kennedy's reputation was partly restored,

  • To What Extent Was Brutality Used by Fidel Castro During the Cuban Revolution

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    “A revolution is not a bed of roses ... a revolution is a struggle to the death between the future and the past.” – Fidel Castro, 1961. This statement was certainly true for Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries during the Cuban Revolution, an armed revolt that took place between July 26th 1953 and January 1st 1959, which ended successfully. During this revolt, many of Fidel Castro’s fellow revolutionaries were killed in this process of violent revolution (My Life, p133, 2006). However, Castro and