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  • James Montgomery Flagg

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    There are many pieces in modern design that hold my interest. One of the most interesting pieces of art in modern design is James Montgomery Flagg’s I Want You for U.S. Army poster (James Montgomery Flagg. I Want You for the U.S. Army, Lithograph, 1917. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.). While Flagg’s piece aims to encourage people to take some action according to the current war, it is also very easily understood by the text that is intertwined. Much like the

  • Intolerance And Tolerance In The Lottery

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    Different Aspects Same People Life without diversity of color, race, religion, beliefs, etc., would be boring. Barbara Jordan once stated, "We, as human beings, must be willing to accept people who are different from ourselves." Therefore, as diversity expands, learning to reconcile with one another will only enlarged and strengthened today's society. Intolerance and tolerance were shown throughout the short stories, "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson, "What, Of This Goldfish, Would you wish?" by

  • Ella Flagg Young

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    Abstract Ella Flagg Young was a great benefit to the education system. She cared deeply about her students as well as the teachers that worked with her. We can all look up to her example. This paper will discuss more about her life and the positive influence she had on those that she met. Her background will be discussed as well as her contributions to the education system. I will also talk about how her improvements in education have made a difference in today’s society. Included in this paper will

  • Intolerance And Tolerance In The Lottery

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    "We, as human beings, must be willing to accept people who are different from ourselves." Life without diversity of color, race, religion, beliefs, etc., would be boring. Therefore as diversity expands, learning to reconcile with one another will only enlargened and strenthen today's society Intolerance and tolerance were shown throughout the stories, "The Lottery", "What, Of This Goldfish, Would you wish?", and "American Flag Stands for Tolerance". Each author expressed the many views of discrimination

  • Argumentative Speech On The National Anthem

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    Malcolm Jenkins, safety for the Philadelphia Eagles, supported Kaepernick's message but said, "My grandfather served [in the military]. And this is a country that I love. So, me not standing for the national anthem isn't really going to get me the results that I want." Therefore, Athletes who refuse to stand for the national anthem should receive a consequence. For instance, they should get fined or possibly suspended for a few games. Refusing to stand for the National Anthem shows disrespect to

  • James Montgomery Flagg Essay

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    Kitchener poster, three years earlier. This was as the US entered World War 1 and began sending troops to war. Flagg used a modified version of his own face for ‘Uncle Sam’, which engaged the casual passer-by and created an emotional response, that they had to fight for their country. How could you avoid the pointing finger of Uncle Sam? How could you stand by and do nothing after

  • James Montgomery Flagg Propaganda

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    The intention of the illustration “Camouflage” created by James Montgomery Flagg during World War I, was to nurture the burgeoning anti-German sentiment in America. Flagg’s key concept echoes mainstream America’s distrust of the loyalty of German-Americans. The character in the image is outwardly projecting American loyalty, but privately rooting for a German victory. Flagg supports this point by playing on American’s stereotypes of the typical German with a portly body type and, as evident by the

  • The Whole Town's Talking By Fannie Flagg

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    Even the dead characters are delightful in Fannie Flagg’s latest novel In her new book, “The Whole Town’s Talking,” Fannie Flagg tells the entire history of Elmwood Springs, Mo. — and residents of its hillside cemetery do some of the telling. Elmwood Springs sprang to life when Lordor Nordstrom, a Swedish immigrant with a newspaper-ad wife named Katrina, bravely moved to farmland he’d bought in an area called “Swede Town.” As the years fly by (you can almost see the calendar pages ripping from

  • Powerful Characters and Powerful Themes in Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café

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    lesbianism. Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café by Fannie Flagg, published in 1987, is about the different events happening and people living in Whistle Stop and Birmingham, Alabama. Fannie Flagg uses many powerful characters to enforce several themes. Idgie, Ruth, Evelyn, Mrs. Threadgoode, Big George, Artis, and Jasper are a few of the main characters that help Flagg show the themes though out Fried Green Tomatoes . Fannie Flagg was born in Birmingham, Alabama on September 21, 1941. She was

  • Fried Green Tomatoes At The Whistle Stop Cafe

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    your head off in a minute” (Flagg 145). This is a prime example of one of many horrid quotes from the distinguished novel, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. This novel was written by Fannie Flagg during the 1980’s. It was a time that bigot minded voters sought for change and a backlash on the American Civil Rights era. Fannie Flagg was known as a witty humored, powerful activist, and the comedian that stole the show. From themes of affection to hatred, Flagg tries to write for the betterment

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