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Did Lenin Distort Marx?Did Lenin Distort Marx?
November 1982, Islington Central Library, Debate between Steve Coleman – The Socialist Party of Great Britain, arguing Yes and Monty Johnstone – The Communist Party of Great Britain arguing No
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Child Labor in the CarolinasChild Labor in the Carolinas
Objectives: Demonstrate understanding of how the “second industrial revolution” changed the nature of work and conditions of work
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Florence Kelley Speaks Out on Child Labor and Woman Suffrage, Philadelphia, pa, July 22, 1905Florence Kelley Speaks Out on Child Labor and Woman Suffrage, Philadelphia, pa, July 22, 1905
Ountry, two million children under the age of sixteen years who are earning their bread. They vary in age from six and seven years (in the cotton mills of Georgia) and eight, nine and ten years
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Ap lang 101: The Rhetorical Analysis QuestionAp lang 101: The Rhetorical Analysis Question
Objective: Participants will read a recent rhetorical analysis question, study the scoring guidelines, and examine sample papers from the bottom, middle, and top “families” of scores
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Revisiting Florence Kelley’s speech to the National American Woman Suffrage AssociationRevisiting Florence Kelley’s speech to the National American Woman Suffrage Association
Since, in this assignment, you’ll be observing Kelley’s speech paragraph by paragraph, start by numbering each paragraph
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Overarching QuestionOverarching Question
Students will analyze and annotate texts to determine author’s purpose, literary/rhetorical strategies and their effects in order to write a critical analysis essay
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The Pre-Raphaelite Craze in Nineteenth-Century Japanese PeriodicalsThe Pre-Raphaelite Craze in Nineteenth-Century Japanese Periodicals
Gilbert & Sullivan’s Mikado for English entertainment halls. The adoption of the mannerisms of the East by the West is well documented in English periodicals in the 1890s
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