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Overriding Objectives by Lord Woolf

The Overriding Objectives Defined by Lord Wool This paper explains how the overriding objectives defined by Lord Wool identified a problem in the old rules and provided the problem solution. Lord Woolf outlined the overriding objective in an article known as Access to Justice. This paper shows how they led to a reduction of high […]

King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail

Letter from Birmingham Jail Nowadays, we enjoy the chance to live in a world where all of us have equal rights guaranteed by different laws. Actually, we get used to this, and when someone tries to infringe on our rights, we react at once. Moreover, this reaction is not always polite and restrained; in most […]

Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”

The Influence of Mahatma Gandhi on Martin Luther King Jr. and his Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King Jr. was the leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement and the national icon of justice in American history of Progressivism, while Mahatma Gandhi, at the same time, was the leader of Indian nationalism and the […]

Letter from Birmingham Jail Analysis

The Letter from Birmingham Jail This letter was a response to a statement published by some clergymen from Alabama, citing King’s actions as untimely and unjust. Birmingham, the largest city in Alabama by then, experienced the highest segregation in the South during the 1950s and 1960s. Strict laws made it illegal for different races to […]

Letter from Birmingham Jail

Letter from Birmingham Jail and the Various Responses that Martin Luther King Junior This letter was drafted by Martin Luther King Junior on April 16th, 1963 from his Birmingham jail. He had been detained for being part of a group that had organized a non-violent demonstration aimed at fighting racism. This letter from Birmingham Jail […]

Current State of Affairs in Michigan

Michigan “When French explorers first visited Michigan in the early seventeenth century, there were approximately 100,000 Native Americans living in the Great Lakes region” (A Brief History of Michigan 1). Over the years, many inhabitants settled in Michigan; in the period of 1860-1900, more than 700 thousand people immigrated to Michigan 400 thousand of whom […]

Gothic Architecture and Medieval Music

Correlation of Gothic Cathedrals and Castles to Medieval Music Numerous changes in the political, cultural, and social spheres of medieval life were subject to the influence of all kinds of art, including architecture and music. Their interrelations were able to provide a deep understanding of the beliefs and lifestyle of that time. Every great epoch […]

Holocaust in book “Survival in Auschwitz”

The Uniqueness and Normality of the Holocaust Primo Levi in his book Survival in Auschwitz describes a unique experience of considerable physical and mental alterations that occur in situations of dehumanization. In this regard, one of the author’s central ideas is that the animal nature of an individual is inseparable from a complex human being. […]

History of Sarajevo

The Ancient Times The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, is a noisy, motley, and both eastern and western city. It is located on the north bank of river Miljacka in a valley between mountains. The narrow streets of the old town are framed by the traditional Bosnian houses with red-tiled roofs. Many minarets tower […]

Big Ethnic Conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina In the modern world, societies often incorporate the features of opposing ethnic groups living in it. In such societies, the sequence of events and the combination of other contributing factors, such as, for example, prejudice and discrimination, may result in severe ethnic conflicts. The source of such conflicts can be directly summed […]

Sinuhe

The story of Sinuhe was written about 400 years ago, and the historians still do not know whether Sinuhe was a real person or a fictional character. However, all the events, locations, and cultural differences described in the story really existed and were authentic. Sinuhe escapes his home country Egypt because of fear and starts […]

The Buraimi Crisis

Introduction The Buraimi crisis erupted way back in 1954, following the crisis between Oman and Saudi Arabia over the legitimate owner of the Buraimi Oasis; which was an important segment in the exploration of oil. Buraini is one of the autonomous interior regions of Oman, which had for long been regarded as the Imamate of […]

History, Culture and Art of African American in Museum

As part of the course requirement, I decided to visit California African American Museum on 28 April 2015. The museum, which is located on 600 State Drive, Exposition Park in Los Angeles is open to the public for free starting from Tuesday up to Saturday between 10 am and 5pm and on Sunday between 11 […]

The Past and Present Days of Thian Hock Keng Temple

Thian Hock Keng Temple (Tianfu Gong) is one of the oldest Chinese temples in Singapore. It was built in worship of Mazu, the Goddess of the Seas. It is linked historically to the events, after which Sir Stamford Raffles had established Singapore as a trading port in 1819. There were a few Chinese junks, especially […]

History of Immigration Policy in Canada

Nowadays population of Canada is 34,88 million people (Waldman, 2013). This country is one of the most ethnically-diverse countries in the world. People with different cultures live there. Immigration is one of the main instruments of Canadian population growth and economic development. People have been immigrating to Canada for a very long time. However, Canadian […]

History of Mobile Phones

A mobile phone is an integral part of human life that helps to quickly and efficiently communicate with people at a distance. In addition, the mobile phone performs other important functions, in particular it provides access to the Internet, thus enabling to perform different social and cultural transactions, such as buying in a store, watching […]

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