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    identity. The future is based on you and you are your identity. The quote by Abraham Lincoln shows that identity will affect your future and people you are with. In the texts, The White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett, and Indian Sunset by Elton John and Bernie Taupin show different ways that identity has affected situations. Identity affects everyone because all people have identity, in many different cases there have been situations where identity has affected the outcome. There are many ways identity

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    Inequality has been acknowledged by many as inequality has plagued our human society for hundred if not thousands of years. Obama in his speech addressed the people of the country about the inequality and dangers that this country has faced in the past and problems that the country will possibly face in the future. Obama will Include speaking about how inequality has affected the country and the people of the country many years ago and the problem that has yet to be fixed today. This analysis of

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    In the novel, The Great Gatsby, the author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, educates young adults about the widely known American Dream. The story begins with the narrator, Nick Carraway, moving to New York in hopes of fulfilling the American Dream. Nick becomes interested in a particular character, Jay Gatsby, who constantly tries to win over Daisy Buchanan, a woman of his past, by hosting several lavish parties in hopes that she will notice him. Eventually, Gatsby is let down by the promises of the American

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    president, one of the more prominent ones being Bernie Sanders. Ever since Sanders came around, he has created a very big follower base, this is especially true here in Vermont. However, since he lost many people are looking elsewhere to find someone similar to him. Probably the most prominent person running for office behind Sanders here in Vermont, is David Zuckerman. Zuckerman being a candidate for Lieutenant Governor, has always been a very big and open Bernie supporter. There are many instances where

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    John Davidson Rockefeller was an influential character in history. His wealth, character, and aggressiveness directed him to create one of the first and most known monopolies in modern history. Throughout the Industrial and Gilded eras Rockefeller dominated his pitiful competition destroying the oil industries. Rockefeller might have been a businessman not an inventor, but in creating the monopoly he chooses to be something a different an in-between. John Davidson Rockefeller born July 8, 1839

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    This Song by Elton John was the Top song in 1997 sung in honor of Marilyn Monroe. The lyrics were written by Elton 's writing partner, Bernie Taupin, who got the idea for the title from a quote he read about Janis Joplin. According to Taupin, the song is more of a take on fame and celebrity than an ode to Marilyn Monroe. Said Taupin: "I think the biggest misconception about 'Candle In The Wind ' is that I was this rabid Marilyn Monroe fanatic, which really couldn 't be further from the truth. Princess

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    There is something wondrous about Elton John, and something monstrous. The preeminent popular musician of the Seventies seems out of time, untouched by the decade 's confusion. Yet he is ravenously contemporary. Although he partakes of none of the defiant irony and isolation that sustains Dylan and Randy Newman and Joni Mitchell and Neil Young, there is no nostalgia about the man either, no namby-pamby religionism or pastoralism, no nuke-fam posturing to comfort the young marrieds; he is not spacey

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    The Rocket Man of Music One could call Elton John the Rocket Man of music, not just because of his hit “Rocket Man” but because of his incredible popularity and rise to stardom. He is a British singer, pianist and composer and is considered to be one of the most popular musicians of the 20th century. He was born as Reginald Kenneth Dwight on March 25, 1947. He has sold over 250 million records, found success on Broadway and composed the music score for “Billy Elliot” the Tony award hit in 2008. His

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    death. The chorus of this song shows how the princess is like a candle in the wind. It could burn forever, if it were not for the breeze. However, this does not mean that the candle is eternally extinguished. It still burns with people 's remembrance (Taupin,

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