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    ‘Mugged’ by Andrew Payne: Analysis

    The script ‘Mugged’, by Andrew Payne, follows a group of teenagers and how they each react differently to the medias “made-up” viewpoints after one of their friends in murdered. The script effectively manipulates the dramatic elements of tension, language, place and symbolism to invoke change upon its audience, making them reassess their views/opinions on how […] More

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    Andrew Carnegie

    The rise of capitalism was characterised by exploitation and opportunity. Opportunities, if taken at the chance, enabled men to access wealth. Andrew Carnegie is the perfect example of an entrepreneur and man who built the roots of American infrastructure. He can also lived the ‘perfect’ American dream. He has a typical ‘rags to riches’ story, […] More

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    Andrew Carnegie vs. Henry George

    How did Andrew Carnegie’s views of the obligations of wealthy people compare with those of Henry George? In the gilded ages dating back to the nineteenth century both Andrew Carnegie and Henry George were known as very influential men of their time both striving towards the common goal of deflating poverty in hopes to diminish […] More

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    Andrew Jackson DBQ

    Andrew Jackson was the first enlightened president, he was a common man and thought of the common people in his presidency. He may have been a terrible person sometimes, but he was a pretty decent president. There are three main reasons why Andrew Jackson was a decent president. There is one social reason why Andrew […] More

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    Was Andrew Carnegie a Hero?

    Andrew Carnegie, the ambitious and skilled king of steel during the late 1800s, was the most famous man in business of his time. He certainly had his many flaws and as the most famous American of those days, his faults were highly talked about. Carnegie was not perfect and made his share of choices that […] More

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    Andrew Jackson DBQs

    Document C Source: Reprinted by permission of P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, University of Florida. Hermitage August 27th, 1822 Dr. Bronough, I had the pleasure on last evening to receive your letter of the 22nd. It affords me great pleasure to be informed of your flattering prospects of success on your election (as Florida […] More