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    Twenty-four hours. As I lay in this bed, surrounded by beeping machines against white walls, my mind is clouded with that foreboding number and its awful implications. Out loud, it sounds longer than it really is - just a single day. And, though I wish it was longer, I 'm just not blessed with fortune. Never was, honestly. My youth was littered with misfortune: death, the entailing grief, and the drawing of the shortest straws. Mother had passed by the time I was nine; and Father followed within

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    Phillip Wilson states his mother called him citing Tammy Sayre, Christina Smith’s mother called her and asked her to go over to Christina Smith’s home and check on her. Phillip Wilson states once his mother arrived at Christina’s home, that Christina was unresponsive and that she needed, him, Phillip Wilson, to come over and kick in the door of the home. Phillip states he did not go over because EMT was present and they had found an open window and made entry into the home. Phillip states that night

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    President Woodrow Wilson's "War Message to Congress" and Phillip Larkin's poem "MCMXIV," the Age of Disillusionment was filled with hopelessness and fear as a result of tragic events such as the sinking of the passenger ship, the Lusitania. On May 1, 1915, the British passenger ship, the Lusitania, set sail from

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    establish this comparison in a short-run period of time, it will be beneficial to use the Phillip Curve. This curve can be used as a tool to represent the positive relationship between inflation and unemployment in the short-run. In order to comprehend the positive relationship between inflation and unemployment first, we must know what inflation is, how we define unemployment, and how we can use the Phillip Curve to make a functional comparison of these two variables. Moreover, it will be very beneficial

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    Snow Lake is obviously very isolated because of its distance from a larger town but it is also very isolated due to its geographic location. Snow Lake is located in Desha County; however, Elaine, Marvell, and Helena-West Helena are all a part of Phillips County. This is because Snow Lake is in the North-Eastern part of Desha County that is cut off from the main portion by rivers. No bridges have been built to connect Snow Lake to the main part of Desha County due to the few people that would benefit

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    Everyone is the same. Everything is the same. The Giver, directed by Phillip Noyce, is set in a utopian society. This community was created to bring sameness to people and leave out pain, emotion, and differentness. Ruled by “The Elders”, the members of the community are assigned to a specific job, which dwelling you live in and who you live in it with. The Elders also decide all of the rules including a ban on lying, a community curfew, and the words you use. When the leading role, Jonas (Brenton

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    threat to freedom in the entire world. Wilson considers the greatest threat to freedom in the world is an autocratic government. Autocratic is referring to someone who is in complete power, which in the case he was talking about the government of the German people. Wilson said,” The menace to peace and freedom lies in the existence of autocratic governments backed by organized force which is controlled wholly by their will, not by the will of their people” (Wilson 1). He is saying that the problem does

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    in northwest Alabama where some of the world’s greatest hits were recorded. This was the very town where, at Rick Hall’s FAME Studios and the rival Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Aretha Franklin found her groove, Paul Simon developed “Kodachrome” and Wilson Pickett cranked up “Mustang Sally.” In the documentary, Mick Jagger, Steve Winwood, Percy Sledge and Etta James, among others, recount tales of cutting some of their iconic hits in the Muscle Shoals area. Keith Richards stated his opinion about

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    The Phillips Curve Economists agree that unemployment and inflation are two of the major macroeconomic problems of the twentieth century. If a relationship between the two existed then this would be a major break through for the macro management of the economy. Phillips' work was empirical - started with evidence and worked towards a theory. The causation for the Phillips theory was that the level of unemployment caused the rate of change in money wages to be what it was. 'What economic

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    Martin Scorsese directed the movie Shutter Island, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, that came out on February 19, 2010. The movie portrays many different examples of critical theory. Having watched the movie before my analysis, when I heard of Jung’s Analytical Archetype theory I linked it with this movie almost immediately. Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist, developed the idea that all archetypes are universal images that come from the collective unconscious and are almost instinctive to us all. Jung’s

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