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    On June 13, 1971, the New York Times headline read, “Vietnam Archive: Pentagon Study Traces 3 Decades of Growing U.S. Involvement”. Days earlier, Daniel Ellsberg provided the newspaper with excerpts from a 7,000-page classified study that became known as the Pentagon Papers. Just over 20 years later, moose hunters found the decaying remains of an adventurer in the Alaskan wilderness. The remains were concluded to be those of Chris McCandless, an affluent 20-something from Virginia, who wound up dead

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    Starved Rock Park is a beautiful, marvel that lies along the Illinois River just 90 miles West of Chicago. The park was named after a battle that took place in 1760 that involved the Ottawa Indian tribe. When the battle broke out among opposing tribes the Ottawa Indians were forced to take refuge on a giant rock. Several days after the battle, the tribe began to run out of resources and eventually starved to death, giving the rock and the park its name. The rich history of the area began in 8000

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    I think they call it Canada Day. A holiday in the middle of summer not unlike Independence Day in the United States. On this occasion, I happened to be visiting friends in Tete Juene Cache, British Columbia, several hundred miles into the interior. Tete Jeune was the French word for 'Yellow Head'. The name, like the town itself, was a vivid reminder of the not-so-long-ago gold rush days. Fewer than a thousand residents hid in the forests and canyons of this small settlement that clung to the western

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    A Visit He pointed to the grove of trees beyond the dirt road. “That’s where your grandmother is from.” “Well, where exactly? That one green tree or the green tree?” She cracked a smile. It all looked the same to her. The muddy people, the dirt roads and the sea of green. A cow passed by on the dirt road, it’s tail swishes back and forth like the orange glow of a cigarette. He didn’t know how to tell her that he didn’t know, letting pride sit in place of false memories. “They are going to kill

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    beliefs that are intertwined with a number of other things. This paper will examine the unique leadership approaches of two very prominent basketball coaches who have become legends on and off the basketball court; Duke University basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski and Indiana University’s Coach Bobby Knight. Coach Krzyzewski’s Leadership Approach Coach Krzyzewski was

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    Description of Mike Lazaridis Mike Lazaridis is a famous Greek Canadian entrepreneur, business executive and philanthropist. He was born in Istanbul, Turkey on March 14th, 1961, and came to Canada at the age of 5, and was raised in Windsor, Ontario. As a child, Lazaridis was an overachiever. At the age of 12, he won a prize for reading every science book in the Windsor Public Library. He was captivated by science and how things worked; he and his friends spent hours in his basement building things

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    metaphor; he does not mean an actual cult but American consumers seem to be in a cult-like nature. The ideal example of Lasns argument is the text, “The man behind Abercrombie and Fitch”, Benoit Denizet-Lewis, goes in great depth of the life of the CEO, Mike Jeffries, of Abercrombie and Fitch. Denizet Lewis’s piece on Jeffries life displays how accurate Lasns claim is about American consumers in the cult-like atmosphere. Before an individual is even cognizant of it, they are part of the cult-like nature

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    What Makes A Good Habit?

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    How to Form a Good Habit By Keith Cook | Submitted On January 11, 2013 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Keith Cook Are you noticing a trend about your life like being in or bouncing from

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    Abercrombie and Fitch is widely known for placing their stores in high traffic shopping channels such as popular malls and plazas. A typical consumer would most likely find one of the brand’s main stores, Abercrombie & Fitch or Hollister Co., located in their local malls. Locating the store and products are not issues for the average consumer, but it is when they step foot into an establishment, just pass by it, would be where the problems arise. With the brand’s peak in the early 2000’s, stores

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    teams. Spokane Chiefs Bill Peters’ first major coaching job came in Major Junior as an assistant coach for the Spokane Chiefs of the WHL. The Three Hills native would serve there as an assistant under then head coach, and current Toronto head coach Mike Babcock from 1996-2000, helping Spokane reach a 100 point season and playoff final appearance in Babcock

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