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A Post-Work Society
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A 5 page essay that summarizes the principal argument and critically analyzes Maria M. Lopez's essay "Port work selves and entitlement 'attitudes' in peripheral postindustrial Puerto Rico" and Post Work, the Wages of Cybernation edited Stanley Aronowitz and Jonathan Cutler. The writer argues that these writers overlook certain unavoidable facts about American culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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A Reaction to Walden Two
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This 5 page paper is a tutorial on how to write a reaction paper, with the use of Walden Two. Details from this B.F. Skinner book are explored and ideas about utopian society are discussed. No additional sources cited.
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Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World": Truth And Beauty, Comfort And Happiness
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6 pages in length. In Chapters XVI and XVII of "Brave New World", Mustapha Mond and John the Savage debate the meaning of life. Mond asserts that Ford did a great deal to shift the emphasis from the truth and beauty to comfort and happiness. John the Savage prefers truth and beauty. Indeed, while truth and beauty represent the very foundation of existence, comfort and happiness is what humanity has chosen to pursue over and above anything else. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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An Examination of Human Rights:
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This 3 page paper examines the importance of human rights. Furthermore, this paper examines economic and social rights specifically. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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An Ideal Society
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This 5 page paper describes an ideal society by looking at contemporary society. Some modifications to existent capitalist and democratic systems are described. Karl Marx's vision is discussed but not embraced. A utopian society is created in respect to its political, economic, ethical and religious structures. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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A 4 page tutorial look at how one would convince an anarchist that anarchy was harmful and that rules are necessary to protect people. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Anderson's "Feed" - Sinister Possibilities And Prodding
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5 pages in length. M. T. Anderson's science fiction novel Feed is, in short, the twenty-first century's version of Orwell's 1984 where the ideas found within the pages are so seemingly far-fetched that they amount much more to an offbeat and amusing tale rather than something readers should actually take to heart. The concepts in George Orwell's novel, however, have slowly but surely integrated themselves into contemporary society whereby people have come to realize much more truth than fiction in this imaginary tale. The same will likely be said about Feed in the coming years inasmuch as consumer overload already has a strong foothold in today's world; what this book serves to do is point out the sinister possibilities of a global society where social interaction is reduced to mind chat and monosyllabic verbal utterances, and the prodding of embedded consumerism that reinforces the power of twentieth century excess. No bibliography.
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Andrew Carnegie: Application of His Ideas to Current Day Events
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A 3 page discussion of how Andrew Carnegie's nineteenth century views on wealth distribution apply to contemporary times. The author of this paper uses the problems unearthed by Hurricane Katrina to make this application. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Aspects of an Ideal Society Using Key Elements from Ancient and Modern Societies
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This is a 5 page paper discussing elements of an ideal society based on those from ancient or modern day societies. Societies of Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire and Modern Sweden are used to improve that currently in the United States. An outline is included. In creating an ideal society based on the aspects of the current society in the United States elements from past and present societies could be included as improvements. Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire provide good examples of more centralization in regards to political, economical and legal systems. In the United States currently, the voting system for federal, state and municipal elections allows for the a representative government headed by a majority party, yet the President may not in all cases be represented by that party as he or she is elected separately. This being the case, often legislative actions are stalled such as those currently involving healthcare. Health care is one of the major negative components in the United States today. An example of a good health care system comes from modern day Sweden where federal monies are dedicated to the mental, physical and social health of the population despite whatever economic recessions exist. In regards to education, the last recorded literacy rates in the United States were high suggesting that despite the current private and public education debate currently afflicting the United States, overall the U.S. has a good commitment to education and this commitment should continue to increase for an ideal society. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Basketball Legend and Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Jordan
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A 5 page paper which focuses on Jordan’s medalist appearances in the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, considers how opponents would attempt to play ‘keep away’ so that he could not control the ball, and how he always managed to overcome his challenges during these competitions. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Blade Runner -- A Possible Society ?
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10 pages in length. An evaluative analysis of technology, society, and freedoms as presented in the film "Blade Runner." The 'right to happiness' is mentioned as a key issue. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Building Utopia
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This 4 page paper discusses possible ways of building a utopia. It also touches on theories of utopia advanced in the past, and argues that such a society is impossible to build. Bibliography lists 3 sources
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Causes of the Russian Revolution
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This 5 page paper looks at the Russian Revolution and the conditions preceding it that caused the people to embrace Marxism. Details about Marxism and the revolution itself are included. The paper takes an analytic look at the facts. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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10 pages in length. Tragedy and uprising reflect the foundation upon which most cities move through the often painful struggle of progress. Chicago is no different in this respect and can even lay claim to some of the nation's most notable events of this type. While the Windy City has had her share of positive, uplifting reasons for growth, it has been her brushes with near defeat that has served to strengthen her resolve as a population and a metropolis that much more. Combined with the more positive trends that helped to shape her history, Chicago has long held the title of being a Mecca of multitude for all the things that make a city desirable. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Creating a Utopia
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This 4 page paper very briefly explains why it’s difficult to create a utopia, and then describes one possible version of a utopian society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Definition Of Freedom
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3 pages in length. Freedom is not only a mindset of those who seek life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but it is also a birthright afforded those who live beneath the umbrella of a democratic society. National constitutions bestow the multifaceted components of freedom upon their people; however, myriad countries are ruled by autocratic leaders who refuse to recognize the inherent human right of freedom and instead condemn their respective populace to a dictatorial hell on earth. America's Constitution has long been the prototype for other democratic nations to follow, with arguably the most important factor being its extensive attention to personal freedoms. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Did the Industrial Revolution Improve the Standard of Living:
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This 5 page paper dicusses the impact which the industrial revolution had on the lives of people. While it is often the assumption that the industrial revolution improved people's lives, in many ways this was not the reality. Bibliography lits 5 sources.
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