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  • America: New World Order

    America: New World Order0

    After the successful voyages of Columbus, Spain authorized “Rodrigo de Bastides” to explore America’s undiscovered land. With European trinkets’ trade in exchange for gold, pearls, and other indigenous items, Bastides also bought Native American slaves. Later, valuable goods and trade items were not freely posseted by the natives resulting in violence and slavery, ensuring the high demand for slaves as marketable goods.

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  • Educational Crisis

    Educational Crisis0

    The racial tensions among various ethnic and social groups have been prevalent in American history since the beginning, leading to many riots. Such riots have been evident in the communities since the Industrial Revolution; however, comprehensive leadership and advocacy strategies may mitigate such tensions’ after-effects.

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  • Who Built America

    Who Built America0

    Racism enlarged as African Americans and the Chinese railroad workers were the victims of such hatred towards industrialists or business magnates. The business magnates were not concerned about the American population; indeed, they had their significant interests to control the masses by providing them poor working conditions.

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  • America: Free Labor or Slavery

    America: Free Labor or Slavery0

    The English colonists had a long tradition of physical rebellion against the laws and policies of America which they did not like on major occasions. The English colonists who were later portrayed as the Americans had a quintessential series of fights against the natives; however, after taking control of the region they had a continuous

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  • The Violence Through the Video Games

    The Violence Through the Video Games0

    Violence in the individual’s behavior has been a point of concern for ages; however, the current era of globalization where people are connected to each other through technology makes such behaviors more noticeable worldwide. The violent behavior in children, including teenagers, is increasing, and there have been debates that if such aggressive behavior is triggered

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  • Preventing Bullying

    Preventing Bullying0

    Understanding the Bullying: Understating bullying as a social phenomenon is the first step to preventing bullying, causing significant damage to an individual’s personality. It is a more societal problem than a personal issue and needs to be addressed accordingly; thus, its damages can be mitigated. Before highlighting the measures to be taken to prevent bullying,

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