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Oladauh Equiano
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A paper which looks at selections from Equiano's autobiography, with reference to his perspectives on his native and adopted cultures, slavery, and ethical and moral issues.
Filename: JLequian.rtf

Olaudah Equiano
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This 3 page paper discusses the differences between the experience of slavery in Africa and in the New World, as told by the slave Olaudah Equiano. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVEquian.rtf

Olaudah Equiano's "Interesting Narrative And Other Writings": Historical Significance
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2.5 pages in length. As much as the slave narrative of such extraordinary people as Frederick Douglass and Harriet Jacobs became an American staple in the nineteenth century, the precursor to this particular type of literary expression was chartered by Olaudah Equiano, an African who, at age ten, was kidnapped to first serve as a British naval officer's slave and then upon various slave ships. Earning enough to ultimately buy his freedom in 1766, Equiano dedicated the rest of his life to becoming an outspoken and highly respected advocate of England's antislavery movement. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCEquia.rtf

Online Banking’s Influence on Nigerian Banking
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A 3 page paper discussing Nigeria’s efforts to repair the effects of years of governmental neglect, and the current civilian government is having difficulty in pointing the country in a workable direction. The purpose here is to assess the threats that Internet banking poses to the traditional banking system of Nigeria. Local and national economies rely heavily on depositors’ funds held in banks. Without access to this capital, Nigerian banks have far less money to lend, thereby further retarding the economy’s ability to grow. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSbankNigElec.rtf


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