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Subliminal Messages in Advertising
Subliminal Messages in Advertising Advertising has been part of the American economy for some time. Over that time advertising has grown significantly from a single page ad with one black and white photo to todays million dollar multi-media campaigns, including TV and magazine adds designed specifically to make you want to buy what everyone is selling. At the heart of every advertising campaign is a sales pitch which is obvious. Beginning in the 50s advertisers were looking at all available t...

Janis Joplin A Biography
Janis Joplin: A Biography I gotta go on doin it the way I see it... I got no choice but to take it like I see it. Im here to have a party while Im on this earth... Im gettin it now, today. I dont even know where Im gonna be twenty years from now, so Im just gonna keep on rockin, cause if I start saving up bits and pieces of me... man, there aint gonna be nothing left for Janis. -- Janis Joplin, 1967 (excerpt from David Daltons Janis) This is exactly how Janis lived her life - one bi...

THE TAIPING REBELLION
THE TAIPING REBELLION The Taiping Rebellion occurred in the nineteenth century and was one of the most destructive civil disturbances in recorded history. The rebellion lasted thirteen years, from 1851 to 1864 and spread to seventeen provinces which cause twenty to thirty million deaths. The main reason for the Taipings rebellion was that they wanted to take over the Ching Dynasty and establish their own militant brand of Christiananity. The leader of the Taiping movement was a frustrated schol...

Some believe Henry went to live at Walden Pond because he was a hermit
Some believe Henry went to live at Walden Pond because he was a hermit or a recluse or because he hated his fellow man, but this is not the case. Henry had a very special and sincere reason to go to Walden Pond; to honor his brother. On January 11, 1842, Henry's brother, John Jr., died of lockjaw. It was his brother's death which prompted Henry to decide to go to Walden Pond. Ralph Waldo Emerson, the great Sage of Concord, owned land adjacent to Walden Pond and allowed Henry to live at Walden...

PERSONAL STATEMENT
PERSONAL STATEMENT I sat back in the chair, my body was there but I was miles away within. It was late August--time for Dad's annual academics lecture. And so it began: Ben, do you want to go to college? Here we go, I said to myself thinking the question ridiculous, for I always knew I would attend college, and had no choice for that matter. So I responded with the usual mindless, of course. Well, maybe you should seriously ask yourself why, Dad fired back. There then fell an extended s...

King Henry VIII's Initiation of the Protestant Reformation
King Henry VIII's Initiation of the Protestant Reformation The Protestant Reformation, which arose in the sixteenth century, is today known as the religious revolution that ended the ecclesiastical supremacy of the pope throughout Western Europe. The Protestant Reformation also inevitably brought about changes to Western Europe's way of life. The Reformation drastically altered Western Europe's political, economical, and cultural elements as the revolution came to a high when King Henry VIII fi...

On January 30 1933 the Nazis acquired mastery of Germany when Adolf
On January 30, 1933, the Nazis acquired mastery of Germany when Adolf Hitler was appointed chancellor. That evening Hitler stood triumphantly in the window of the Reich Chancellery waving to thousands of storm troopers who staged parades throughout the streets of Berlin. The Nazis proclaimed that their Third Reich would be the greatest civilization in history and would last for thousands of years. However meteoric rise of Hitler and national socialism was followed by an almost equally rapid def...

JAPANS BOOMBUST ECONOMY
JAPANS BOOM/BUST ECONOMY INTRODUCTION Today, Japan is faced with many economic challenges. Japan's economic woes ultimately lie with their population and land problems, import and export ratio, failing financial industry, falling stock market prices, and issues within their government. In fact, many of these challenging problems can be considered a chain reaction, an overflow from one area of their economy to the next. To fully understand their current economic condition, it is important to br...

The Author of the Constitution
The Author of the Constitution We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union . . . is the beginning of our United States Constitution. The Nobel phrases of this Preamble came from the brilliant mind of Gouverneur Morris. He represented Pennsylvania at the Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 and was the author of much of the Constitution. The Preamble and the finely wrote clauses that followed clearly mirrored his personal political philosophy. Morris was consider...

Welcome to the wonderful world of programming You will see that my way
Welcome to the wonderful world of programming. You will see that my way of programming is the most efficient as well as productive. Programming is not mainly done for entertainment. It is done as a necessity. The process of writing a program should be composed of five parts. The first part is giving a good description of the program and outlining the program well. The second part involves flushing out the outline with details. The third part is proofreading as well as debugging the program to m...

When one thinks of Hitler one usually thinks of all the innocent peopl
When one thinks of Hitler, one usually thinks of all the innocent people that he ordered to be slaughtered. Over six million Jews were killed on his command. When one thinks about Hitler, one probably doesnt think about his childhood. Hitler had a very rough and harsh upbringing. His father was a drunk, and he moved a lot when he was a child. Not many people thought Hitler would amount to anything. He was lonely. He thought that all of the Jewish people had nice houses, food and slept in comfo...

At 630 pm on the evening of April 20 1889 Adolf Hitler was born in the
At 6:30 p.m. on the evening of April 20, 1889, Adolf Hitler was born in the Austrian village of Brannau, just across the border from German Bavaria. Adolf was the fourth child of his father Alois' third marriage. Alois Hitler was born in 1837, the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber and her unknown mate , possibly a local millworker name Johann Georg Hiedler. In 1885, Alois married Klara Polzol, 24, at the age of 48. As a boy Hitler received excellent marks in school. Upon his entrance...

The Gun Arguments
The Gun Arguments Brianne Hansen Mrs. Jensen English II Nov. 30, 1998 Sam Walker as not your average American gun owner. For one thing, he had no interest whatsoever in hunting. And whereas the average gun owner owns at least three guns, Walker owned only one, a .38-caliber revolver, which friends persuaded him to buy for the sole purpose of protecting himself and his family in their suburban Houston home. Walker didnt even particularly like guns. He still hadnt gotten around to acquainting ...

Research of smart airbags produced surprising results The expected new
Research of smart airbags produced surprising results. The expected new designs using innovative technology for solutions to the serious problems with airbags were virtually non-existent. Articles contained reports of the dangers and injuries caused by airbags. Most articles agree that the need to develop a smart airbag is clear. The method of collision detection recognition of crash severity needs improvement. Information provided by most sites alluded to or outlined aggressive efforts to desi...

Mohandas Gandhi was born the youngest son of his father Karamchand
Mohandas Gandhi was born the youngest son of his father, Karamchand Gandhi's, fourth wife, Putlibai, in a small village in western India called Porbandar. He grew up in a strict Hindu household, for his father was the chief minister, or dewan, of the town. Although Karamchand was not well educated, he was a good leader and politician. His mother, Putlibai was a very religious housewife, and spent most of her time at home or in the temple. She spent much of her time caring for the large family, ...

The Spanish Civil War
The Spanish Civil War A civil war is defined as an internal struggle within a country or nation. The Spanish Civil war was no different. It was an internal struggle in Spain that began with a military uprising on July 17-18, 1936 and did not end until March 28, 1939. In february 1936, the leftist government of Spain exiled Francisco Franco to an obscure command in the Canary Islands. The death of Jose Calvo Sotelo also had the effect of accelerating a revolt that had been under preparation for ...

Hitler and Mussolini
Hitler and Mussolini After World War I there were many problems in different countries. Germany was in great debt to many countries for losing the war. The money went down in worth, and at the same time everything rised in prices. Italy who had been on the winning side suffered unemployment, rising prices, and food shortages. So with all the problems they needed to do something so we some people came along and said they could help them get out of this state, people listened and they followed. I...

Author-poet Carl Sandburg was born in the three-room cottage at 313 Ea
Author-poet Carl Sandburg was born in the three-room cottage at 313 East Third Street in Galesburg on January 6, 1878. The modest house, which is preserved by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, reflects the typical living conditions of a late-nineteenth-century working-class family. Many of the furnishings once belonged to the Sandburg family. Behind the home stands a small wooded park. There, beneath Remembrance Rock, lie the ashes of Carl Sandburg, who died in 1967. Carl August Sandbu...

Assignment 1 US Military Expenditures Arms Sales in the Middle East
Assignment #1: US Military Expenditures: Arms Sales in the Middle East The United States current military expenditures in the Middle East was 22,505 millions dollars according to the Value of Arms Transfer Deliveries, Cumulative 1994-1996 Report released December 1998. The highest U.S. expenditures were to Saudi Arabia with 11,700 million dollars and Egypt with 5,000 million dollars. There are two major types of arms sales, commercial arms sales made directly by United States firms to foreign ...

For a country to be recognized as a one it must have various Character
For a country to be recognized as a one, it must have various Characteristics. These Characteristics include the History of that country, the people, the government, the economy, and the quality of life. The Gaza strip is one of these countries with these characteristics. The Gaza Strip is a country in Southwestern Asia, North of Egypt, east of the Mediterranean Sea, and west of Israel. It has a total area of about 378 sq. km (146-sq. mi.). The Gaza Strip has a long history of control by variou...

The Roaring Twenties reflected a social rebellion against the conserva
The Roaring Twenties reflected a social rebellion against the conservative tradition established in the Progressive Movements of the Teens. The Progressives adamantly campaigned for and eventually received the ratification of the Eighteenth Amendment, which established a dry nation in 1920. The rejection of the conservative policies, that were adopted in the Teens and the early Twenties, reflects a reverse on the ideals of the Progressive Movement and the rebellious nature of the Roaring Twenti...

SIMPLE BIOGRAPHY
SIMPLE BIOGRAPHY: Benjamin Franklin was born on January 17,1706 in Boston. Franklin was American printer, author, diplomat, philosopher, and scientist, whose acts contributed to the start of the Revolutionary War. This made him the country's greatest statesmen. His father, Josiah Franklin, made candles for a living in the shop next to their house and had 17 children. Benjamin was the 15th child. His mother, Abiah Folger, was his father's second wife. After he went to grammar school from age eig...

Brown George 1818-80 Canadian journalist and statesman born in Alloa S
Brown, George (1818-80), Canadian journalist and statesman, born in Alloa, Scotland, and educated in Edinburgh. In 1838 Brown accompanied his father to New York City and then to Toronto, where they began to publish a newspaper, the Banner, in 1843. The following year Brown founded the Toronto Globe, which became one of the most influential political newspapers in Canadian history, as the voice of the Reform, or Liberal, Party in Upper Canada (now Ontario Province). After election to the Canadia...

On February 21 King is indicted along with twenty-four other ministers
On February 21, King is indicted, along with twenty-four other ministers and more than one hundred other blacks, for conspiring to prevent the Montgomery bus company from operation of business. A United States Discrit Court rules on June 4 that racial segregation on Alabama's city bus lines is unconstitutional. On November 13, the United States Supreme Court uninamously upholds the decision. On December 21, blacks and whites in Montgomery ride for the first time on previously segregated buses. ...

Few will argue that the most influential and widely read Elizabethan p
Few will argue that the most influential and widely read Elizabethan poet and playwright is William Shakespeare. Though not much is known about the man, a few inferences can be made about his lifetime. Mary Shakespeare, Williams mother, bore him on April 23, 1564. William grew up in the town of Stratford- on- Avon and enjoyed a prominent upbringing with his three brothers and two sisters. However, when William reached thirteen, John Shakespeare, his father, began to fall into debt and lose his...

January 20 1999
January 20, 1999 Renting A Home For some families, renting is the best solution. You may not be ready economically or emotionally to own. Some people consider renting a temporary way to live until they are more settled in job or family. Renting can mean such benefits as: Moving is easy (you can move in within a short time). Amenities may be available (pool, tennis courts, social/activity rooms, etc.). You have few responsibilities. The owner handles maintenance and repairs. There is n...

History of the Concorde project actually goes back to a 1955 propositi
History of the Concorde project actually goes back to a 1955 proposition for a supersonic transport aircraft. The British aircraft producer Bristol Aviation, under the 1956 Supersonic Transport Aircraft Committee, or STAC, developed a model known as the Type 198. The Type 198 could fly across the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound. Power was to have been provided by eight engines. It had a slender fuselage and delta wing. A delta wing is a large single wing which takes the place of a main win...

A MAD MANS RISE TO POWER
A MAD MANS RISE TO POWER STALINS RISE TO POWER IRON FIST JOSEPH SITES NOVEMBER 15, 1998 A MAD MANS RISE TO POWER Rise of Joseph Stalin In the early rebuilding years of Russia after the first world war and the new government coming into power. There was one main figure always striving for more. This man was Joseph Stalin. He was a very bright and manipulative man. Although his ways of forcing himself into power were of the most unconventional and brutal ways. We see a man who was never satis...

The South which was known as the Confederate States of America seceded
The South, which was known as the Confederate States of America, seceded from the North, which was also known as the Union, for many different reasons. The reason they wanted to succeed was because there was four decades of great sectional conflict between the two. Between the North and South there were deep economic, social, and political differences. The South wanted to become an independent nation. There were many reasons why the South wanted to succeed but the main reason had to do with the...

His Life
His Life: Edgar Allen Poe was born January 19, 1809 in Boston to Elizabeth Arnold Poe, an English born actress, and David Poe, Jr., an actor from Baltimore, Maryland. His mother tragically died in 1811. The young Edgar Allen went to live with his godfather, John Allen, and his wife who were childless. From 1815 to 1820, his godfather sent him to England and Scotland to begin his classical education. When he returned to Richmond Virginia in the United States, he studied Greek, Latin, French, Spa...

Databases and Y2K
Databases and Y2K Databases and the Impact of the Approaching Millenium. Introduction: Tremendous problems loom just around the corner for organizations that use two-digit years (i.e. 1-9-97). How tough could it be to change the year from 1999 to 2000? The Year 2000 Problem cannot be fixed by simply resetting a computer's internal clock on January 1, 2000. Computers may be smart, but their programmers weren't very farsighted. In the '60s and '70s, many businesses were looking to cut costs and...

Lafayette County is situated in the portion of Mississippi occupied by
Lafayette County is situated in the portion of Mississippi occupied by the Chickasaw Indians upon the arrival of the first Europeagns. The Chickasaws, along with their cousins, the Choctaws, were the principal Mississippi tribes subjected to a series of r emoval attempts by the United States government, designed to bring about a clearance of valuable tribal-owned lands which were eagerly sought by increasing numbers of immigrant families. Lafayette County was one of the twelve original Mississi...

RISE AND GROWTH OF NATIONAL STATES
RISE AND GROWTH OF NATIONAL STATES FORMATION AND GROWTH OF PRUSSIA EARLY HISTORY OF PRUSSIA. The German Ducy of Brandenberg in north central Europe on the Baltic Sea was a part of the Holy Roman Empire. This was ruled by the Hohenzollern family, a line of rulers, called Electors. Since the 15th Century they had gradually extended their borders. FREDERICK WILLIAM - 1640-1688-THE GREAT ELECTOR. Frederick made Prussia first among the German states. He centralized the government, and raised enough ...

The Importance Of
The Importance Of Muhammad Ali By: Arthur Diamond Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. in Louisville, Kentucky on January 17, 1942, got his first boxing lessons from an Irish-American cop named Joe Martin who thought he was teaching a 13 year-old boy how to protect his bicycle from neighborhood bullies. But by age 16, the young man had won the Louisville Golden Gloves tournament as a light heavyweight and advanced to the quarter finals of the regional championship in Chicago. After gr...

Arizona
Arizona State Statistics 1. Capitol: Phoenix 2. Area: 113,909 sq. miles 3. Chief Products a.) Agriculture -beef -cotton -cattle -milk -hay b.) manufacturing -nonelectric machinery -electric and electronic equipment -transportation equipment -primary metals -stone, clay, and glass products -chemicals c.) mining -copper -molybdenum -coal -sand -gravel Voting in Previous Six Presidential Elections 1. 1976: Gerald Ford (R) 2. 1980: Ronald Reagan (R) 3. 1984: Ronal Reagan (R) 4. 1988: George Bush (R...

Saint John Nepomucene Neumann
Saint John Nepomucene Neumann Saint John Nepomucene Neumann was born and baptized March 28, 1811. His father, Philip Neumann, was so proud the day his first son was born Neumann was baptized John Nepomucene Neumann in honor of the glorious patron of Bohemia in the village church of Prachatitz Bohemia (Czechoslovakia). Johns father was a German Immigrant from Obernburg in lower Bavaria. His mother and father raised all three of there children to love God and be faithful Catholics. John deeply a...

AUSCHWITZ
AUSCHWITZ THE NAZI CONCENTRATION CAMP Located thirty-seven miles west of Krakow, Auschwitz was the camp where Jewish people were killed and worked. This camp , out of all the rest tortured the most people. At the camp there was a place called the Black Wall, this was where the people were executed . In March of 1941, there was another camp that started to be built. This second camp was called Auschwitz II, or Birkinau. It was located 1.9 miles away from Auschwitz I. People that were chosen to...

The original homeland of the Blackfoot Nation contains the so-called N
The original homeland of the Blackfoot Nation contains the so-called Northern Rocky Mountain Front, the largest woodland of the USA outside of Alaska. Part of the Front is the 500 km2 large Badger-Two Medicine which the Blackfoot Nation regards as their Jerusalem because of its religious importance for them. Many events which are decisively important for their mythology and religion have taken place in the Badger area. It borders directly on the Glacier National Park, which is part of the UNE...

Introduction
Introduction The artist that I chose to write about is Salvador Dali. Many think that Salvador Dali thoroughly changed the rules of Surrealism. Yet, he wasnt just a Surrealist. Dali went through stages [periods] of different art styles. Surrealism just helped him claim his fame. Later, in my research paper, I will describe his life and the many problems and pressures that Dali experienced. Salvador Dali Salvador Dali was born May 11, 1904 in Figueres, Spain. Just before he was born his older b...

Epstein-Barr Virus
Epstein-Barr Virus The Epstein-Barr Virus can be dated back as far as 1958 when it was first associated with the description of Burkett's lymphoma in the malaria belt of east Africa. In 1964, Epstein and Barr isolated continuous cell lines from the Burkett lymphoma cells and an initial description of a herpesvirus was present in these cells. In 1968 the Epstein-Barr Virus was determined to be the etiological agent of infectious mononucleosis and in 1969 it was shown to immortalize lymphocytes i...

THE CIVIL WAR
THE CIVIL WAR Nathan Guenin 10-9-98 Pd. 7 SECTION I The Civil War took place between the years of 1861 and 1865. In 1862, Abraham Lincoln, a republican, was the President of the United States of America. His right hand man at Vice President was Hannibal Hamlin. The Secretary of War was Edwin M. Stanton, while Nathan Clifford was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Over in England, Queen Victoria sat at the head of the throne. SECTION II Andersonville Prison was a military stockade of the Co...

James Cook who was born on October 2 1728 was famous for his three gre
James Cook, who was born on October 2, 1728, was famous for his three great voyages to the South Pacific Ocean and North American coastal waters. He was born in Marton, England as the son of a farm laborer. He spent his early years as an apprentice for a firm of ship owners. He enlisted in the British Navy in 1755. In four years he had become a master and spent eleven years, 1756 to 1767, charting the North Atlantic coastal waters off of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and the Saint Lawrence River...

Security was attained in the earlier days through the interdependence
Security was attained in the earlier days through the interdependence of members of families upon each other and the families within a small community upon each other. The complexities of great communities and of organized industry make less real these simple means of security. Therefore, we are compelled to employ the active interest of the Nation as a whole through government in order to encourage a greater security for each individual who composes itThis seeking for a greater measure of wel...

In the summer of 1969 not everyone was at Woodstock In laboratories on
In the summer of 1969, not everyone was at Woodstock. In laboratories on either side of the continent a small group of computer scientists were quietly changing the future of communication. Their goal was to build a computer network that would enable researchers around the country to share ideas (Kantrowitz 56). The Internet we make so much today -- the global Internet which has helped scholars so much, where free speech is flourishing as never before in history -- the Internet was a cold war m...

THE DEATH OF WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART ACCORDING TO AMADEUS
THE DEATH OF WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART ACCORDING TO AMADEUS Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Australia. His father, Leopold, a musician at the Archbishops court, was a well-known composer. By the age of five, Wolfgang was writing little minuets and playing the harpsichord. His father taught him composition, counterpoint, and harmony. Because both Wolfgang and his sister were talented musicians, their father decided to take his two prodigies on a tour that includ...

JRR Tolkien led an interesting life because he had many traumatizing e
J.R.R. Tolkien led an interesting life because he had many traumatizing experiences as a child. Did these experiences effect his writing or was he just an imaginative adult or was he a child in a grown mans body? That is what we are going to explore in this paper. By the time I am done you will believe that this man was a traumatized child. The many experiences that he had during long his life were very dramatic. They would have made even the toughest of children have problems later on in life....

Introduction
Introduction No doubt one of the most difficult, complex and controversial legal issues of the last century has been the return of traditional lands to the indigenous people of colonial nations. The modern Western governments cant be expected to return entire continents to the descendents of the traditional owners, but certainly it is important that some compensation be made for the theft of land during colonisation. Australian Aboriginal land legislation has been particularly problematic due ...

Coral reefs are found mostly in warm shallow and tropical seas because
Coral reefs are found mostly in warm, shallow, and tropical seas, because the reef-forming corals cannot live in water colder than 65 F (18 C). Reefs abound throughout the South Pacific, in the East Indies and the Indian Ocean to Sri Lanka, and around Madagascar on the southeastern African coast. They also form along the tropical eastern coast of Brazil, through the West Indies, along the Florida coast, and at Bermuda. There are three types of coral reefs: (1) fringing reefs; (2) barrier reef...

Kashmir Story
Kashmir Story The Historical Background: Jammu and Kashmir has three distinct components - Hindu majority Jammu, Buddhist dominated Ladakh in the North and predominantly Muslim populated Valley, besides what is under Pakistan occupation. Pakistan's eyes are set on Kashmir on the pernicious two-nation theory. Never mind the fact that despite partition of the sub-continent into India and Pakistan in 1947 by the British, India still has the world's second largest Muslim population, around 120 mill...

Katherina Von Bora
Katherina Von Bora Name of Person: Katherina Von Bora Born: January 29, 1499 Died: December 20, 1552 A simple life, following the word of the Lord, was all this homely little girl, who grew up to be become a nun, knew in life until she met and married one of historys most influential religious figures, Martin Luther. She came from a small town of Lippendorf in the district of Meissen. Her father, Hans Von Bora was a nobleman of little means. She had three brothers that lived out their lives in...