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Major Political Developments Since 1983
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This 5 page paper considers the major political developments in the United States since 1983 and also the major international developments during this same period. This paper considers issues like NAFTA, the Persian Gulf War and the American response to the breakup of the Soviet Union and the implications both internally and for international affairs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MH1983.wps

Kahlil Gibran Bridges the East and the West
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A 10-page essay that concentrates on Lebanese poet and philosopher Kahlil Gibran's views on government, state, and politics. Included are excerpts from two of Gibran's works, 'The New Frontier' and 'The Prophet', that emphasize his views against social injustice and highlight his ideas of a 'unity of being'. A brief history of Gibran's life explains how he struggled to merge the Eastern philosophy of his native Lebanon with the Western progressiveness of his adopted America. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: LCGibran.doc

1979 International Upheaval with Supertramp in the Background
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This 5 page report discusses 1979 and two of the great international upheavals that shook the political world – the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the Iran revolution and the U.S. embassy hostage situation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BW1979.rtf

Persia: Comparison To The United States
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10 pages in length. The Persian Empire was established as a good and ethical civilization. It started with the humanitarian leadership of Cyrus the Great, who was instrumental in establishing free speech and a distinctive moral purity. As Persia evolved, it grew into itself through various influences, including that of the Muslim religion; however, its pledge to a stalwart consciousness remained firm. As a first class empire, it can be argued that Persia was a lot like the contemporary United States in that it possessed the freedoms and luxuries associated with the ideals of a refined nation. One could even attest to the fact that America borrowed much of its own cultivation from the Persians. The writer discusses how there is little evidence that today's Iran resembles the same refinement as the ancient Persian Empire maintained. Indeed, the Persian ideal has long since been abandoned by a society that chooses to operate on threats and terrorism rather than the ethical standards set down by Cyrus the Great. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCPrsia.doc


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