Cosmetic Surgery Is Moving Toward Multiethnic Beauty Ideals

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“The increasing number of nonwhites getting cosmetic surgery is helping society accelerate from a crawl to a full-bore sprint toward one truly melted, fusion community.” In the following viewpoint, Anupreeta Das questions whether minorities go under the knife to look more Caucasian. She suggests that as ethnically ambiguous beauties emerge…

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President Obama: Analysis of the 2014 State of the Union Address-Job Security and Future

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The State of the Union is an annual address the President of the United States delivers to a joint session of the United States Congress, and it’s now broadcasted on live television. It fulfills Article II; Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution—requiring the President to periodically give Congress information on…

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Common Core State Standards

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Is a girl in your neighborhood being taught the same things as a boy in another neighborhood? Is a graduating senior in Baton Rouge as prepared to get a job as a graduating senior in Minneapolis? The answer to these questions is “no,” and rightfully so. All children are unique.…

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The following passage comes from “The Common Life,” a 1994 essay by the American writer Scott Russell Sanders. Read the passage carefully and then write an essay that defends, challenges, or qualifies Sanders’ ideas about the relationship between the individual and society in the United States. Use specific evidence to…

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Condoms: The New Diploma

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The logic and motivation behind this country’s mad dash to distribute free condoms in our public schools is ridiculous and misguided. Worse, the message conveyed by mass condom distribution is a disservice and borders on being lethal. Condom distribution sanctions, even encourages, sexual activity, which in teen years tends to…

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Finding a New Advertising Agency

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It started with a pair of certified letters to MINI USA’s Woodcliff Lake headquarters in northern New Jersey in the summer of 2005. One of the letters was addressed to Jim McDowell, vice president and managing director of MINI USA, the U.S. division of BMW’s MINI automobile brand. The other…

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War on Drugs and Prison Overcrowding Analysis: New Jersey

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The war on drugs was initiated throughout America by federal, state and local agencies between 1984 and 1989. In comparison to the rest of the countries, some states were not hosts of the battlegrounds in this war. States in the East Coast of America such as New Jersey and New…

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Party Monster: The Twisted Story of New York’s Club Scene

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The mid-1990s was a time of wealth and recreation for the United States, with the combination of economic progress and social liberty producing a new generation of spoiled, unrestrained and often genuinely reckless young ‘celebutantes. ’ As many Americans were making their fortune on the Wall Street or in the…

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Devil in the White City

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The Devil in the White City takes two aspects that rose in Chicago during the late 1880s and the early 1890s and interlocks them. The World Fair did not just bring millions of people to the city, it brought optimism. Even though Chicago became magnificent through the Fair, it still…

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