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    Even though by the end of the Civil War each side had lost thousands of their men, and much of their morale, both the Union and the Confederate States of America had advantages through the beginning years of the war. The North had many advantages over the South. For one, the North had more dominance over the CSA in relation to the available resources for war. Because most factories were located inside the remaining states of the Union, the North could manufacture and produce their own supplies for

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    The Civil War was fought on U.S soil during the 1800’s for the cause to bring the nation back together and later in the war, to end slavery. As a result, The North or the Union ended up beating their opponent, the Confederacy. Why did the Union beat the Confederates? The Union won this battle because of material, economic and population advantages and the role that the African-Americans played in the war. First, the union had advantages in material, economics, and population. The union had more

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    1. What was the purpose of the Civil War for: The North/Union? Preserve the union, and then later on ending slavery. The South/Confederacy? To keep the confederacy and maintain slavery. 2. Describe the Northern/Union advantages and disadvantages during the Civil War. More fighting men Industrial capacity Navy Slow Money Railroads Farmland Weak motivation Officers not aggressive enough Inexperienced Believed war would be over quickly Great leadership 3. Describe the Southern/Confederate advantages

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    English 10 17 October 2016 Persuasive Research Essay Outline Introduction LGBT/ same-sex marriage is one of the most heated and controversial debates in our current society. Unlike the past thousands of years whereas marriage was defined as a legal union between a man and a woman, now the concept of marriage has been extended to a broader context. “Homosexuality” in most cultures is viewed as a disgrace, and it is often considered as a great sin from a religious aspect. But now our society has evolved

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    Myka Brown 5-16-16 Final Government Paper Draft Smith Is the American Civil Liberties Union bad? The American Civil Liberties Union is a non-profit organization that protects and defends the personal, individual rights and liberties of Americans, underlined by the Constitution. This organization was specifically led by Roger Baldwin, Crystal Eastman, and Albert DeSilver. As the century is transitioning and more uprising opinions on social, economic, political issues are being addressed

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    right movements is that the battles we fought were painful and tough, but in the end they brought sweeping changes in American society by making it more caring and just. If it were not for the Abolition movement, the Women’s Rights movement, the Civil Rights movement, and many other social movements, U.S. would not have progressed and evolved the way it has. 5)

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    that, “The state’s unconstitutional ban on marriage between same-gender-loving adults places an unfair—and unequal—burden on their freedoms and their families. But the struggle is about more than marriage equality.” (Equality Texas 1) By focusing on civil liberties and rights for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Texans, The Equality Texas Foundation has been instrumental in creating awareness of

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    Hate Crime In America

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    The overall experience of the LGBTQ community in America has been a horrific experience for the past 300 plus years. Individuals who share same sex interest were oppressed, discriminated, brutalized, experimented on, and killed due to their alternative lifestyle(s). Elze (2006) confirms these allegations by mentioning... “Since colonial times… people who love and sexually desire those of the same sex, have been imprisoned, executed, witch hunted, pilloried, confined in asylums, fired, excommunicated

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    The readings from today has a lot of themes regarding human and natural rights. “The Freedom Charter” and “Beijing Declaration of Women’s Rights” both explain the importance of emphasizing the empowerment of human rights. The author of “Beijing Declaration of Women’s Rights” states “We are determined to take all necessary measures to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women and the girl child and remove all obstacles to gender equality and the advancement and empowerment of women” (590)

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    being applied in terms of environment and social structure. As such, our argument lies in the realm of a country or a collective environment where the legalization of homosexual marriage is implemented, where the union, as well as marriage between two people of the same sex, is a civil constitutional part of the social structure of the time and place. Hence, they are a group of people recognized as equals among others regardless of their race, language or religion; and like any other, they have equal

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    informal marriage or marriage by habit or repute, is a form of interpersonal status that is legally recognized in limited jurisdiction as a marriage, even though no legally recognized marriage ceremony is performed or civil marriage contract is entered into or the marriage registered in a civil registry. A common law marriage is legally binding in some common law jurisdiction but has no legal consequence in others. Law and society are two faces of the same coin and they necessarily have to go hand-in-hand

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    Chapter I The Problem and its Background Introduction "Gay people, like others, do fall in love and they also want to have a life on their own. They commit their lives to their partner. Moreover, they do their all to be good citizens to their nation.” (Kuehl, 2005) this statement is stated by a Senator in California after the Gay Marriage Bill AB849 was authorized. In a social perspective, people engage in interaction with others and they share various ideas and learn from others’ ideas as well.

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    The gay marriage What love is? Do you think love have the condition? When you fell in love with somebody, you don’t have the rule who they are? how much have they money in pocket? Because love is unconditional even if a boy loves the girl, man love woman, mother love son, the father loves his cat, friend love friend or man love the man. It’s based on love. When we loved each other that you feel you want to stay with him as long as you can until death will separate you and you 're loved. Next process

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    Pro Gay Marriage Essay

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    “Gay marriage-it’s not about two people being gay: it’s about two people who love each other and who have decided to commit to each other for the exact same reasons any other couple would get married,” said Luke Macfarlane. Research states that in the Netherlands same-sex couples adopt more children than opposite married people do. The governor of New York said that more money came to the state after they allowed same-sex marriage. Although, allowing gay couples to wed could further weaken the institution

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    The Modification of the Definition of Marriage Cornell University Law School defines marriage as, “The legal union of a couple as spouses. The basic elements of a marriage are: (1) the parties’ legal ability to marry each other, (2) mutual consent of the parties, and (3) a marriage contract as required by law” (“Marriage”). The definition of marriage is very permissive, allowing society to build up on its definition. Literature in the 19th century, such as Charlotte Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper”

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    In recent years, a new view of adultery has been espoused by a minority element within the church. It is the notion that “adultery” is merely the act of repudiating one’s marriage vows (whether or not the covenant breaker ever enters a new marital union). Task here is to analyze the word as such when it intrudes the scenario of great novels in the literary genre. The novel which is subjected to analysis is Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. Anyways, to label Hester by such a crude word as “adulterous”

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    The Hour Glass Theory

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    From this case, there have two theories would be a “best fit” for Dr. Jannie. One of the suitable theories that make The Hour Glass successful is Trait Theories. This theory leadership focuses to identify a link to successful leadership in a variety of different personality traits and characteristics. While Trait Theory builds off of the “Great Man” theory, it still adheres to that leadership is naturally indispensable. The search for the characteristics or traits of effective leaders has been studied

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    WHAT IS MARRIAGE is a journal article published by Harvard Journal Law and Public Policy, which argues against gay civil marriage. The authors made an assertion that the common good of our society would be damaged if the Supreme Court admitted the same-sex marriage. They explained this contention by listing the side effects that gay marriage may bring and defending conjugal view of marriage through illustrating the essential features of marriage. Yet, I disagree with the idea they claimed and I will

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    but to me it’s much more. As a member-for lack or a better word- of the LGBT community it honestly breaks my heart to see that someone could be so determined that marriage defies same-sex relationships as well as have the audacity to even claim said unions have any ‘consequences’ at all, and negative at that. I only hope to encourage others onto the bandwagon that love is love, whether that exists between a man and a man, woman and woman, r man and woman; it’s all the

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    After reading Searle’s “What is an Institution?”, I was very interested in how Searle described the creation of an institutional. He talks about how institutional facts can simply be created by pure basic statements. An institution can be wholly defined by a group of words. Searle clearly and concisely describes how an institutional fact is created by using money as an example. He begins by explaining that collectively and intentionality a group of people decide to assign a new status to some

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