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Alan Greenspan, Hero or Villain

- Alan Greenspan, Hero or Villain To properly discuss Alan Greenspan, we need background information, where he worked and what exactly did/does he do. Alan Greenspan (born March 6, 1926) is an American Economist and was Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006. Mr. Greenspan was appointed Federal Reserve (FED) chairman by President Ronald Reagan in 1987 and was reappointed at successive four-year intervals until retiring in January 2006....   [tags: Greenspan Economics US Government]

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Alan Greenspan

- Alan Greenspan Alan Greenspan, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, has always fascinated the financial community. Whatever he says can make or break the markets. He is a highly educated economist with many years of experience. People seek for his advice and obey his judgments. His proclamations are repeated and expounded upon. Greenspan is loved, feared, and never ever questioned. As a result of being a strong chairman of the Fed, he has made a difference the U.S. economy through his way of dealing with inflation....   [tags: Economy Economists Economics Biography Essays]

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Alan Greenspan

- Alan Greenspan Since Alan Greenspan became chairman of the FED, the country's economy has reflected many positive results. He has done a terrific job. Allan is a very bright man who is always thinking of ways to prevent problems before they happen in the economic sector of the nation. All economists have been very content with his job just until now. In a recent Time magazine article called Is That Really You, Allan?disapproval about some new rules that this man has suggested for the economy have been highly critized....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Alan Greenspan's Term

- The article, "Greenspan gets another Fed term," in the New York Times discussed Alan Greenspan's success and failures during his term. The article was fairly easy reading. I found some statements to be quite amusing however, there were some issues discussed that was a little ambiguous. Reading this article, I learned that President Clinton nominated Alan Greenspan to a fourth term as chairman of the nation's central bank. I had no clue as to what the title of chairman of the nation's central bank did....   [tags: Chairman of the Federal Reserve of USA]

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The fed under alan greenspan

- Bankers prior to the establishment of the Federal Reserve would establish lines of credit with larger banks. In the event of a run, the smaller bank would draw on the line of credit. In times of panic, large numbers of depositors would demand to withdraw their money, and only the largest Wall Street banks, with millions of dollars in reserve, could guard against this. In the early twentieth century, people were running to withdraw all their cash from their accounts, this may seem dramatic, almost theatrical to people today....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Greenspan: The Man Behind Money

- Greenspan: The Man Behind Money In Justin Martin's book Greenspan: The Man Behind Money, the life of Dr. Alan Greenspan, a man whose expertise in economics has dramatically influenced the state of the U.S. economy, is told from a historical perspective and in a semi-chronological order. Alan Greenspan grew up in New York City's Manhattan. After his parents divorced he went to live with his mother and her parents. Greenspan's father rarely visited, yet when he did, Greenspan was extremely happy....   [tags: Essays Paapers]

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Has Financial Development Made the World Riskier?

- ... The pressure for easy credit makes up the first fault line in this book. The authors raises very good points when outlining the fault line of rising income inequality coupled with a weak safety net due to his IMF background and global knowledge. One weakness I would like to point out would be when Rajan seems to step out of his comfort zone to speak about homeownership, (Fannie and Freddie) “IT is difficult to reach any other conclusion than that this was a market driven largely by government, or government-influenced, money” (Rajan, 34)....   [tags: greenspan, economy, investments]

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Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley

- In his wickedly clever debut mystery, Alan Bradley introduces the one and only Flavia de Luce: a refreshingly precocious, sharp, and impertinent 11-year old heroine who goes through a bizarre maze of mystery and deception. Bradley designs Bishop’s Lacey, a 1950s village, Buckshaw, the de Luce’s crumbling Gothic mansion, and reproduces the hedges, gently rolling hills, and battered lanes of the countryside with explicit detail. Suspense mounts up as Flavia digs up long-buried secrets after the corpse of an ominous stranger emerges in the cucumber patch of her country estate....   [tags: Alan Bradley]

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Alan Bennett's Monologues as Dramas

- Alan Bennett's Monologues as Dramas These plays are written for TV rather than theatre and are experimental for different styles of acting with more emphasis being placed on the single actors face. This is in order to show subtle changes in expressions hopefully giving the viewer a more clear insight into the characters feelings. This is more appropriate for "A Cream Cracker…" as it is a moving story, which is portrayed, even more so in the subtle movement of Doris's face "Cracked the photo....   [tags: Alan Bennett Essays Monologue]

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Homeboyz by Alan Sitomer

- Alan Sitomer’s newest fast paced novel Homeboyz is a hardcore suspense story that will immediately put readers on the edge and leave them breathless in the end. Sitomer’s character, Teddy ‘T-Bear’ Anderson is an aloof seventeen year old that doesn’t care for anything other than to avenge his innocent fourteen year old sister Tina’s death, by targeting the infamous gang members of his city. As Teddy’s family mourns and his mother falls into a deep depression, his father Mr. Anderson, also known as Pops attempts to run the dysfunctional ailing household and his linen delivery company by himself....   [tags: Alan Sitomer Homeboyz]

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Alan Turning: A Sad Mystery

- Alan Turning: A Sad Mystery “The original question, ‘Can machines think?’ I believe to be too meaningless to deserve discussion. Nevertheless I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion will have altered so much that one will be able to speak of machines thinking without expecting to be contradicted…. The popular view that scientists proceed inexorably from well-established fact to well-established fact, never being influenced by any improved conjecture, is quite mistaken....   [tags: Alan Turning Enigma Biography Papers]

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Rorschach and Ozymandias In Alan Moore's The Watchmen

- In Alan Moore's The Watchmen, Moore presents the reader with two drastically different characters who have one strikingly similar trait. Ozymandias is a handsome, rich, public, and powerful man. Rorschach is an ugly, poor, private, and almost worthless man. Despite all of these contrasts, they share a common philosophy: they believe that the ends justify the means. This is a major theme of the story, and through it Moore causes the reader the ask themselves the question - do the ends justify the means....   [tags: Alan Moore, The Watchmen]

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Alan Bennett's Talking Heads

- Alan Bennett's "Talking Heads" "Talking heads" by Alan Bennett is a collection of monologues in which the audience are showed into the life of a character and given an insight into the character's personality and situation.peoples lives are portrayed in comic ways leaving the audience feeling sympathy and guilt for the character in laughing at their misfortune. Monologues are a long speech made by one person. This style of script is really effective and has a powerful effect on the audience. These monologues were written for television broadcasting, programmes presented in this way are put under the genre of tragi-comedy....   [tags: Alan Bennett Talking Heads Essays]

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Profile of Rorschach in Alan Moore’s Watchmen

- Who chooses our heroes. Who watches our heroes. Who watches the Watchmen. Over the course of history, many public figures have been scrutinized for heroic actions that some have deemed controversial. Charles Darwin dismantled theories of Creationism with his discoveries in evolutionary biology. President Harry Truman single-handedly ended World War II by authorizing the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, killing thousands upon thousands of civilians. Gangster John Dillinger stole from banks all across the U.S....   [tags: Alan Moore, The Watchmen 2014]

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Alan Paton's Cry the Beloved Country

- Alan Paton's Cry the Beloved Country The book I have chosen to write about is Cry the Beloved Country. This book is about ambiguity and reconciliation. The main character in the story Stephan Kumalo has to deal his the struggle of his family, and trying to keep them together. The first few chapters of this book are place in a small town called Ndotshenti. But the action in this takes place in the largest city on South Africa, Johannesburg. Stephan Kumalo finds out there can be day light even when nothing in you life is going right....   [tags: Alan Paton Cry Beloved Country Essays]

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Alan Moore's The Watchmen

- Allen Moore’s sordid depiction of twentieth century life presents a complex world, where the distinction between a virtuous hero and a villainous wrongdoer is often blurred. In stark contrast to the traditionally popularized portrayal of superheroes, whose unquestionably altruistic motives ultimately produce unrealistically idealized results; the realistically flawed characters of Watchmen exist in a multi faceted world characterized by moral ambiguity. America’s imperialistic ambitions have long been justified as an expression of American idealism....   [tags: Alan Moore, The Watchmen]

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Greenspan - The Case For The Defence

- My fascination with the Judicial System Structure of today's society was furthered and strengthened after reading and analyzing the works of Edward Greenspan.This superbly written biography recollecting past cases and important events in Greenspan's life allowed myself, the reader, to learn more about Jurisprudence and the Criminal Code. The entire casebook revolves around several main themes including the balance of Positive & Natural influences in the courtroom, whether a lawyer's consience intervenes with his duty as a counsellor, and the alarming rate of perjury occuring in front of the juries....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Lady of Letters and Cream Cracker under the Settee by Alan Bennett

- "A Lady of Letters" and "Cream Cracker under the Settee" by Alan Bennett The two monologues I am going to be writing about are two elderly women who are lonely and trapped in their own homes. I will be talking about how Doris, one lady from 'Cream cracker under the settee' and Irene, the other lady in 'Lady of letters' are suffering from loneliness. Doris and Irene both live alone. They don't seem to have any special friends. For example, Irene doesn't like being people calling her Irene. People who come across Irene must call her Miss.Ruddock; nobody has called her Irene since her mother died....   [tags: Alan Bennett Monologue Settee Essays]

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Rorschach In Alan Moore's The Watchmen

- Through the character Rorshach, The Watchmen explores the issues of nature verses nurture for him. Moore adds that a super hero, can be a psychological argument. A super hero is neither born nor shaped by environment, it is the creation of an alter ego to suppress childhood conflicting inner issues. Rorshach dealt with issues as a young child that rationalized in his mind to hide behind a costume and a mask in order to live. The first character the book introduces to the reader to is Rorschach, Walter Joseph Kovacs, one of the main characters....   [tags: Alan Moore, The Watchmen]

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Problems Facing The Economy in the Greenspan Era

- The Economy Q: What is wrong with the economy. -     A terrible loss of jobs, over 2 million jobs have been lost. However I would like to state it isn’t just one person’s fault. -     The complete and utter desolation of the tech industry… we all know about the dot com bust and how many problems that caused. -     Also September 11th didn’t help too much. The terrorist’s defiantly achieved their objectives in really messing up our way of life. While the wealthy are becoming richer and the number of millionaires and billionaires is skyrocketing, there is another reality....   [tags: Economics]

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The Night Alan Left The World

- “What’s going on. Do you have any news?” I asked desperately. It was dark in the night; the moon was not shining tonight and a cloud of hopelessness surrounded everyone who had gathered at the Hospital’s entrance. “What happened?” Everyone was now crying – desperate, incredulous… devastated. “What. He died. NO. It can’t be true… but he was just fine… it was only his leg…!” It could not be possible. “Beep-beep-beep” the alarm clock rang. I woke up frantically, begging to God for it to be JUST a dream, but it wasn’t – he was actually gone....   [tags: Personal Experience, Autobiography]

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Cry, The Beloved By Alan Paton

- ... It is let already…” (Paton 83). Shown here is when Mr. Kumalo and Mr. Msimangu are looking for a place to stay but everything is taken already. The reader can see how hard it was to find a place of shelter for two people. Think of all of the natives that migrated to Johannesburg and then their tribes they abandoned. This goes along with the theme in the story of the disintegration of native tribes because when they leave their tribes they are leaving the culture and the customs for a very corrupt society....   [tags: South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, Johannesburg]

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The Decision Making Of Alan

- ... Symptomatically the legislation goes into detail surrounding the definition of a “vicious lawless associate,” which includes a person who: “commits a declared offence,” and, “at the time the offence is committed, or during the course of the commission of the offence, is a participant in the affairs of an association,” and, “did or omitted to do the act that constitutes the declared offence for the purposes of, or in the course of participating in the affairs of, the relevant association,”. Although there is a counter measure within the legislation that states, “a person is not a vicious lawless associate if the person proves that the relevant association is not an association that has, a...   [tags: Law, Separation of powers]

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The Grapes Of Wrath By Alan Paton

- “But I hold on to this hope and the promise that He brings. That there will be a place with no more suffering.” These are lyrics from a song by Jeremy Camp and describe the story of the Joad family in The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck and Kumalo and his tribe in Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton. Throughout the novels, the characters are faced with many difficult situations. They rely on their hopes to get them through. Like the lyrics say, they hold on to hope that there will come a time of no more suffering....   [tags: The Grapes of Wrath, Henry Fonda, John Steinbeck]

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A Life Of Solitude By Alan Westin

- ... Nevertheless, his efforts to stay private were regrettably insufficient to provide permanent privacy. In its Sidis decision, the court noted that while the tone of the article was friendly, it was “merciless in its dissection of intimate details of its subject 's personal life” (Sidis v. FR Pub. Corporation 807). Judge Clark further acknowledged that, “the work possesses great reader interest, for it is both amusing and instructive; but it may be fairly described as a ruthless exposure of a once public character” (Ibid 807-808)....   [tags: Privacy, Privacy law, Law]

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V for Vendetta by Alan Moore

- V for Vendetta is a rather graphic novel written by Alan Moore in the late 1980's. The novel takes place in an alternate-reality; one in which Britain is ruled by a fascist government rules over Britain, and the rest of the world is believed to be in ruins due to nuclear war. The main protagonist/villain, depending on your viewpoint, of the story is a man simply called "V", He is a mysterious man and a self-described anarchist who survived a government experiment of a compound called Batch 5. Although his face is never shown in the book, V still draws the reader’s attention by being such a dark presence....   [tags: novel review, story and character anaysis]

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`` Trust Thyself, By Alan Hodder

- “Trust Thyself,” these are Ralph Waldo Emerson’s quintessential words in Self-Reliance. Self-Reliance is an epic essay on individualism that embodies transcendentalism – a philosophical movement that aims for its followers to aspire to original, honest, and virtuous thoughts among other belief in nature and unity of spirits. One scholar, Alan Hodder wrote about the essay, it is “arguably America 's most famous essay” and “Despite the passage of time, this essay has never lost its power to inspire or to enrage” (423)....   [tags: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Transcendentalism]

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Destruction Of Privacy, By Alan Westin

- ... Within the Old World, there are physical laws that exist which provide constraints and order [1]. There are also many laws and enforcement agencies [1]. There are just overall many more things put into place to keep the Old World under control. But when related to privacy, it is not the case. Unfortunately, there isn’t even a U.S. Constitutional Amendment that explicitly guarantees our right to privacy [3]. When it couldn’t get any worse, we have to look at the amount of instant access every single user has in the New World [1]....   [tags: Privacy, Privacy law, New World]

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Alan Moore: The Father of Comic Books

- When you think of comic books, what do you think of. If you were to ask your parents they would probably tell you Superman or Spiderman, maybe even Batman or Wonder Woman. Some might mention something more, something that appears to be a comic book, but once opened is revealed to be a work of literary genius; a comic such as Watchmen, or perhaps even V for Vendetta. An author and artist of renowned recognition and admiration wrote both masterpieces. At first Alan Moore began his career as an artist for a detective story called Roscoe Moscow in 1979....   [tags: Biography]

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The Theory Of The Mind Test By Alan Turing

- Can Computers think. Will they ever be able to think. I do not really have answers to these questions. In this essay I am not going to be able to tell you the answer, or pick a side myself, because I strongly believe that either side could be right. However, in this essay I will convince you that regardless of computers thinking or not, humans do think and process ideas through the same ways that they do. I will be doing this through the computational theory of the mind test by Alan Turing, and the counter thought-experiment of Turing’s test by John Searle I will be able to show you this fact....   [tags: Artificial intelligence, Computer]

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Edgar Alan Poe

- The nineteenth century audience of Edgar Alan Poe might have found his tall tales believable and scientific. This is because the science of the time was becoming increasingly popularised and accessible en-masse however the rigid style of science made it easy for false information to be distributed. By exploiting this flaw, Poe created believable scientific prose for the common audience and introduced a level of satire for the intellectual reader. By analysing his narrators, form and attention to detail, we can explore the scientific significance of his prosaic ambiguity....   [tags: Narrator, Motives]

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Alan Moore's Watchmen

- Alan Moore’s “Watchmen” focuses on several characters throughout the novel making the idea of a main character moot. However, one character can be described as the most influential to the plot of the graphic novel. Rorschach can be seen as such due to the fact that he narrates a large portion of the novel, and his heroic code that he follows. Not only does he influence the plot by those two reasons, but also by uniting the characters after a long silence. The Comedian is the only character that almost perfectly fits as the character with the most influence on the plot of “Watchmen.” The death of his character allows for the plot to be set in motion....   [tags: Character Analysis, Parody, Reality]

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Cry The Beloved Country By Alan Paton

- Hope for the Oppressed In the novel Cry the Beloved Country, author Alan Paton tells the story of the breakdown that is occurring in his native country of South Africa and ways in which to fix it. In the novel, the main character Reverend Stephen Kumalo embarks on a mission to the city of Johannesburg in order to find his missing son Absalom. Throughout his journey Kumalo sees and experiences many injustices that clearly illustrate the growing divide between blacks and whites in the country. Paton incorporates his diagnosis of the racial divide that occurs within the country and the reasons behind it....   [tags: South Africa, White people, Black people]

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Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country

- “For it is the dawn that has come, as it has come for a thousand centuries, never failing. But when that dawn will come, of our emancipation, from the fear of bondage and the bondage of fear, why, that is a secret.” Alan Paton’s novel, Cry, the Beloved Country, can be understood as either a political novel or an artistic novel. Although this book involves political issues, the manor in which these concerns are conveyed throughout the story is quite artistic (as the above quote exemplifies), thus why I believe Paton’s novel, Cry, the Beloved Country, is an artistic novel....   [tags: Cry, The Beloved Country Essays]

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A Loaf Of Bread By James Alan Mcpherson

- Many families have certain roles and traditions that are followed by being taught or just by habit. Within those families are certain roles that are followed or taken on. Some families are patriarchal meaning that the man or father is more dominant or in charge and some families are matriarchal being that the mother is in charge or more dominant and in control. For some families these certain roles fit the family perfectly with not much of an issue which can balance out the family. But unfortunately for other families these roles break the household down making the household unbalanced....   [tags: Family, Mother, Father, Grandparent]

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Alan Paton's Cry the Beloved Country

- When Alan Paton wrote Cry, The Beloved Country in 1948, it was clear that he intended to leave an enduring impression of a time in which social structures seemed to almost insult the concept of a common humanity (Malamud). The story, which revolves around two men’s quest to find, both literally and figuratively, their sons, beautifully articulates the countless struggles that humans face in the endeavor to understand and better their world. The novel is exceptional given that Paton illustrates the chaos of emotions associated with trying to comprehend the morality of an individual....   [tags: historical and biographical analysis]

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Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton

- “Africa” is not even an African word. There is no certainty as to where it originated from but it could be connected with the Latin word aprica, meaning “sunny,” or the Greek word aphrike, meaning “not cold.” It seems more likely that it came from the Greek word; “aphrike” is the combination of “phrike” (cold and horror) with an “a” placed in front to give it the opposite meaning. Therefore, it means a land free of cold and horror. It’s such an ironic name for a country where people are living their lives with hunger and fear....   [tags: Cry, The Beloved Country Essays]

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Cry, The Beloved Country, by Alan Paton

- In Cry, the Beloved Country, Alan Paton uses Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis as examples of humanity’s tendency to be complacent about critical issues until a momentous event occurs which forces them to confront the issues. This message is very clear in Cry, the Beloved Country as it is in our society. People tend to ignore serious issues rather than confront and solve them. Historical examples like the Holocaust greatly illustrate this point. Stephen Kumalo is complacent in his village of Ndotesheni and only realizes the extent of the destruction of the tribal structure after he returns from Johannesburg....   [tags: Cry, The Beloved Country Essays]

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The Black Cat by Edgar Alan Poe

- ... I not only neglected, but ill-used them ... But my disease grew upon me -- for what disease is like Alcohol!” We also discover that the narrator’s feelings have a dramatic change, going from a violence and lose control of his actions to calm and perceptive to everything he does. Likewise, he overcame all those feelings to finally have this short story written. The author says, “I will not attempt to expound them. To me, they have presented little but Horror - to many they will seem less terrible than baroques....   [tags: negative attitudes, human mind, dark nature]

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Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton

- Alan Paton who was a South African author and anti-apartheid activist wrote the novel Cry, the Beloved Country, The novel publication in 1948 was just before South Africa institutionalized racial segregation under Apartheid. Paton addresses the destruction of the tribal system in South Africa due to white colonization by using the novel as a medium to illustrate is damage. Throughout the novel we are exposed to the numerous problems resulting from the colonization. Communities are in collapse, the land is bare, people are starving, and families are broken....   [tags: tribal system, johannesburg, fiction]

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Cry The Beloved Country By Alan Paton

- Jack Fischer Ms. Turkowski English H Period 5 March 2015 Hope for the Oppressed In the novel Cry the Beloved Country, author Alan Paton tells the story of the breakdown that is occurring in his native country of South Africa and ways in which to fix it. In the novel, the main character Reverend Stephen Kumalo embarks on a mission to the city of Johannesburg in order to find his missing son Absalom. Throughout his journey, Kumalo sees and experiences many injustices that clearly illustrate the growing divide between blacks and whites in the country....   [tags: South Africa, White people, Black people]

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Alan Wolfe 's The Future Of Liberalism

- Liberalism, the most prominent political ideology today, stresses the importance of individual autonomy, or living the life one desires with as little government intervention as possible. Alan Wolfe uses his book The Future of Liberalism as a platform in order to argue that personal autonomy will only be achieved on the occasion of the state practices liberty and equality. After liberty and equality are practiced, other values and ideas are followed closely, such as tolerance and personal growth....   [tags: Liberalism, Classical liberalism, Liberty]

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Cry The Beloved Country By Alan Paton

- ... Instead, people believe the world seems better with barricades in life to physically separate everyone. The barricades keep each group segregated so neither must live with the other. In order to stop the pain that leaks from those who cry over the separation, the world must unite rather that isolate. A lack of knowledge for another’s race causes disagreements for the citizens of South Africa. Kumalo reveals that a race barrier still seems to be present in the common skills in which citizens may acquire: “Can you read....   [tags: South Africa, Black people, White people, Race]

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The, Organizational Communication, By Alan Jay Zaremba

- ... The fact that many of the consultants misrepresented themselves, demonstrates two concepts Zaremba discusses in his text. One is the concept of “the normalization of deviance,” discussed on page 88, and the second is “organizational socialization”, discussed on page 160. When many people in an organization are behaving unethically, people can start acting as if the behavior is the norm and they stop looking at it as immoral. Many people also believe that honesty is overrated. If an organization’s entire culture is based on the idea that honesty is overrated, the employees will more than likely adopt those beliefs as well....   [tags: Communication, Need, Case study, Need to know]

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Cry the Beloved Country Alan paton

- “To be truly memorable, a book must have at its core one of life’s great quests: the quest of love, truth or power.” This quote is true. The critical lens perfectly describes humanity. Human existence revolves around a chase for something quite unknown. But, love tells apart what is wrong and what is right and helps one cease the desire of undermining others to acquire power. Truth, however, is hard to depict as human beings have taken it upon themselves to lie at every occasion possible to maintain, whether it be, their power, or their love....   [tags: human existance, claremont]

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U.s Monetary Policy In 1995

- U.S Monetary Policy in 1995 When Alan Greenspan presented the Federal Reserve's semi-annual report on monetary policy to the Subcommittee on Domestic and International Monetary Policy, the Committee on Banking and Financial Services, and the U.S. House of Representatives on February, Dr. Greenspan touted a cautionary yet favorable view of the U.S. economy. He states that "With inflationary pressures apparently receding, the previous degree of restraint in monetary policy was no longer deemed necessary, and the FOMC consequently implemented a small reduction in reserve market pressures last July." (Greenspan, 1996, Speech) During the Summer and Fall of 1995, the economy experience...   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Federal Reserve

- The Federal Reserve President Clinton appointed Alan Greenspan, a well-known chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, to his fourth term as the chairman of the nation's central bank. Alan Greenspan accepted the chance to lead the Federal Reserve Board for another four-year term beginning June of 2000. President Clinton praised Greenspan for starting a "New Era", an era with high technologies and productivity to advance. He is expected to push the level of prosperity to a higher stage. Alan Greenspan is known as a man of his profession to realize the power and impact of new technologies for the 21st century....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Alan Alexander Milne ( A. A. Milne)

- Alan Alexander Milne ( A. A. Milne) When reminiscing on past memories of favorite books, cartoons, songs and stuffed animals, many people will think about Winnie the Pooh. The man behind all of your fun filled childhood adventured with Christopher Robin and his bear friend Pooh is Alan Alexander Milne, more commonly known as A. A. Milne. Besides his creation of Winnie the Pooh short story and poetry books he was a very accomplished man through out his whole life. He showed great affection to family members, friends, and to his wife and child....   [tags: Biography Biographies Pooh Essays]

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Alan Mulally: Inspiring Other Through Humanity

- In a career, that has spanned over forty years, inspiring and respected leader Alan Mulally’s rise to the top of the business world would seem inevitable. An in-depth examination of biographical information, interviews and leadership text, revealed that three factors are to be credited to Alan’s rise. These factors are his leadership development, which began with his parent. Mulally’s personality traits that were honed through the years and translate to leadership attributes. The last factor credited to Alan’s rise is his leadership behavior, which gained the respect and admiration of his followers....   [tags: top businessman]

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Analysis Of Alan Jackson 's ' Remember When '

- ... When he says that “when thirty seemed old”, since they got married at such a young age, they thought that thirty was old and looking back to now they are old (Lyrics007). Towards the end of the song, they vow to stay together forever through old age no matter the circumstances. He describes that when their children move away, Jackson and his wife will think back on their memories as they spend their life together (Lyrics007). Alan Jackson’s meaning of this song is to reflect back with your spouse when you are older and to love each other no matter the circumstances....   [tags: Marriage, Love, Greatest hits, Wife]

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A Interview About Alan And My Best Friend Together

- From the beginning of the assignment, I was extremely excited to work with my conversation partner Alan. He and my best friend are close and I would always hear stories about Alan and his Hispanic background. With this assignment I was able to see for myself how interesting Alan’s culture really is. After the interviews and meetings we had, I have hung with Alan and my best friend together. Our time together has been nothing but fun and I am still learning even more about his culture. I have even gone to his family’s Mexican restaurant here in Muncie several times, “La Casa Del Sol”....   [tags: Mother, Family, Father, Communication]

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Analysis Of Alan Turing 's ' The Imitation Game '

- ... He decides to take the pills, goes mentally insane which causes him to commit suicide. The social conflict theory would say how this country, the same one in this movie now legalized gay marriage granting couples them same legal rights as heterosexual couples. The passing of the law that homosexuality is legal is a social change. People from present day would see homosexuality as deviant. During Turing’s time, being homosexual was deviant as well as crime. Looking at present day where gay rights are being granted in some places, nevertheless not all the others look at Homosexuality as a deviant behavior more so than a crime....   [tags: Sociology, Homosexuality, Enigma machine]

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U.S. Monetary Policy and What the Federal Reserve

- U.S. Monetary Policy and What the Federal Reserve does. According to the Congressional Budget Office monetary policy is, “The strategy of influencing movements of the money supply and interest rates to affect output and inflation. An "easy" monetary policy suggests faster growth of the money supply and initially lower short-term interest rates in an attempt to increase aggregate demand, but it may lead to a higher rate of inflation. A "tight" monetary policy suggests slower growth of the money supply and higher interest rates in the near term in an attempt to reduce inflationary pressure by lowering aggregate demand.” In the United States it is the Federal Reserve System...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Alan Mulally's Restructuring of Ford Motor Company

- Background Seeing a Ford Model T or A driving down the road is a snap shot of history of American motor vehicles. Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile industry and set the standard for manufacturing products on an assembly line. In 1903, Henry Ford opened Ford Motor Company with $28,000 and sold his first Model A to Dr. E. Pfenning, a physician from Chicago, Illinois (Ford Motor Company, 2013). Since that first vehicle, Ford Motor Company has gone on to sell over 300 million vehicles. Growth in Ford Motor Company created problems within the company....   [tags: automobile industry, leadership, Great Recession]

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An Analysis Of Alan Guth 's ' The Big Bang '

- identical. But soon, two russian physicists, would discover that the Alan Guth says that the big bang tells us nothing about the universe or how it formed. If you could take our universe and put the spread of particles in reverse, it would show that in fact it shows nothing about how it started or how it even caused it to inflate. When we say BIG BANG, we assume that we are talking about the bang, but in fact we have no information about how the particles spread. Alan Guth- A professor at MIT currently, but in 1979, him and a colleague named Henry Tie were processing a new idea about particles formed in space to create the big bang....   [tags: Universe, Big Bang, Physical cosmology]

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I Have a Rendezvous With Death- Alan Seeger

- “I Have a Rendezvous with Death” written by Alan Seeger works primarily as an expression of differentiating between the conventional view of death, versus the author’s intake. All elements of this poem- rhyme scheme, personification, diction and imagery - work to this effect. With the aid of these elements, the author is able to enlighten his readers that even though foreseeable and capricious, death is not something that we should feared; rather we should come to terms that it is an inevitable part of life and perhaps even anticipate it....   [tags: poem analysis, diction, unconventional rhymes]

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Analysis Of Cry, The Beloved Country By Alan Paton

- Setting plays a significant role in literature and can develop a theme. In the novel, Cry, The Beloved Country, by Alan Paton, the setting presents a key role that develops the theme of injustice as a result of racial conflict leading to penalties including death. Alan Paton chose to widely display this theme in the setting of the novel. Several settings within the country of South Africa, where Stephen Kumalo the protagonist resides, to reinforce the overall theme on the clear injustice and racial conflict of this novel....   [tags: Black people, Race, White people, Novel]

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Alan Brinkley 's The Field Of Political Study

- The author of this book, Alan Brinkley, is an esteemed writer in the field of political study and has been well renowned in the field for nearly twenty five years. His education includes both a degree from Princeton University and also earning his Ph.D from Harvard University. Brinkley mainly specializes in the history of America in the twentieth-century, which is also what he mainly teaches as a professor at Columbia University in New York. It should also be noted that he is one of the only American historians to have taught at both Cambridge and Oxford University....   [tags: John F. Kennedy, Franklin D. Roosevelt]

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Alan Turing's Contibutions During World War Two

- Alan Turing has been called many things throughout his time; mathematician, cryptanalyst, and a computing pioneer are just a few of the titles placed upon his shoulders. He contributed to many fields, but he is hailed for his work in the field of mathematics, the computer science community, and his efforts in cryptography during World War II. Alan Turing was born on June 23, 1912 to a wealthy middle class family. His parents, Julius and Sara Turing had met in India and had previously had one other son with whom Turing spent his childhood....   [tags: mathematics, computing, conspiracy]

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Two Types of Liberalism in The End of Reform by Alan Brinkley

- In “The End of Reform”, Alan Brinkley makes it very clear that there are two types of liberalism. The first type came from conservationism, which is what can be titled as liberalism today. This form of early liberalism was as a result from the new deal. The ideas of this new deal were clearly stated as to help the American people come out of an economic depression. Essentially, the objective behind it was to keep the people alive. Due to damages of the great depression, it was a rarity to find someone who could support his or her family....   [tags: great depression, government, conservationism]

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Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country - A Biblical Parable

- Cry, the Beloved Country, written by one of the greatest writers of South Africa, is the compelling story of how man-made evils in the city of Johannesburg affect the lives of each member of the Kumalo family. Stephen Kumalo, an old priest, has a major problem: he lost his brother, sister and son to the city. Losing them was one thing but later he is shocked to witness what his family has become. His brother, a politician and carpenter, has left the Church, his once decent sister has now moved on to become a prostitute and an alcoholic, but what he least expected was his own son committing crimes, such as robberies, and one going horribly bad....   [tags: Cry, The Beloved Country Essays]

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Injustices Exposed in Alan Paton's Cry the Beloved Country

- Cry the Beloved Country, by Alan Paton, is the story of the two fictional characters, Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis, who lose their sons in South Africa in 1948. In his story, Alan Paton used the George Hegel's Dialect of thesis, antithesis, synthesis, in order to expose social injustices in a microcosm of South Africa that correlate to the macrocosm of the issues faced by the entire country and what must be done to fix these injustices. Paton subdivided his story into three books. The first of these books, depicts the Journey of Stephen Kumalo, to try and restore his family, is a cry against injustice....   [tags: Cry, The Beloved Country Essays]

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Negative Critique on Alan Goldman's View on Medical Paternalism

- Medical Paternalism In the realm of medical ethics, there are many topics that are debated and discussed, but there is not necessarily one clear, correct answer. One of these topics is paternalism. Many questions are bandied back and forth: is it beneficial, should it be disallowed entirely, are there instances when paternalism is good and beneficial, and the list goes on. For each of these questions there have been authors who have provided their comments. One such author is Alan Goldman. He draws a very firm line on paternalism, simply put: medical paternalism is deleterious to a patient because it intrudes on their primary rights of liberty and autonomy....   [tags: medical ethics, patients]

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The Killing Cousins: David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield

- David Alan Gore and Fred Waterfield are also known as the killing cousins, these men were two of the most brutal killers of their time. Not only did they kill their victims but they would brutally rape and torcher them before ending their lives. Throughout this paper I will discuss their biography, the crimes they committed, their criminal cases, and a theory of why the committed the crimes that eventually led to the death of one of these men. David Alan Gore was born in Florida in 1953 on August 21st....   [tags: Murder, Women, Rape]

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Paul Krugman's The Accidental Theorist

- Paul Krugman's The Accidental Theorist In the piece entitled Four Percent Follies from The Accidental Theorist Krugman discusses how some people think Alan Greenspan should let the economy grow faster. Four Percenters, those against Greenspan, feel that he is not putting enough currency into circulation therefore slowing growth. If more money is put into the economy then it will grow faster but if too much is put in, inflation will occur. Also, they feel that this will remedy the low rate of unemployment which will soon cause inflation to spiral upward if it continues to decrease below the standard 6%....   [tags: Federal Reserve Monetary Policy]

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Analysis of Alan Roger´s Evidence of Evolution

- Evolution has been a constantly debated topic with central importance in defining the origin of man. Creationism is still a common belief in modern society, somehow maintaining validity through assumed truth; this belief attained its popularity many years before the concept of evolution itself, yet is the main opponent of the theory of evolution. Alan Rogers, author of In Evidence for Evolution, provides thorough arguments against creationism, ranging from molecular to morphological data. He argues that many creationists use “arguments from personal incredulity,” meaning that a lack of a fathomable explanation to a question is proof of an answer....   [tags: creationism, research, culture, belief]

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`` Hawkeye Pierce ' : The Television Character Portrayed By Alan Alda

- ... She writes that modern culture is obsessed with agonism, defined as ritualized opposition and debate. This is harmful, as confrontations erode the "blend of connections and authority" (p. 24) which is vital to building communities in our classrooms and schools. The result "is as if every day is with a substitute teacher who cannot control the class and maintain order" (p. 25). Traditional reward and punishment systems do not necessarily extinguish aggressive or confrontational behaviors, either....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Certified teacher]

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The Common View of Science which was Presented by Alan Chalmers

- This essay aims to discuss the problems of the common view of science which was presented by Alan Chalmers by Popperian's view and my personal opinions. Chalmers gives his opinion about what science is and the judgment will be made in this essay through the Popperian hypothetico-deductive and my arguments will be presented in this essay. Popperian is an important philosopher of science who developed hypothetico-deductive method, which is also known as falsificationism. In my opinion, I disagree Chlamer points of view of science and this will be present in essay later....   [tags: science knowledge, principles, opinion]

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Troubled Pasts In Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchman

- In Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons Watchman, we are introduced to a character that has had a troubled past that has led to a troubled present. Rorschach as a child walked into see his mother with one of her John’s which caused trauma to him as a child. Over his life he never really discussed what he had encounter which led to the violent out breaks that he has now. If Rorschach would have had someone to talk about things that happened to him he could have saved himself for the life that he is living now....   [tags: trauma, communication, child]

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Analysis Of Alan Paton 's Cry, The Beloved Country

- ... To this day I do not know how I did this. But I got away, still clutching my handbag. On May I this year I was mugged in my home at three in the afternoon. I used to live in a community of big houses with big grounds in the countryside. It 's still beautiful and green, but the big houses have been knocked down and people have moved into fenced complexes like the one in which I now live. Mine is in the suburbs of Durban, but they 're springing up everywhere. That afternoon I came home and omitted to close the security door....   [tags: White people, Black people, South Africa]

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Complacency in Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country

- In Cry, The Beloved Country, Alan Paton uses Stephen Kumalo and James Jarvis to show that all human beings are complacent about critical issues until a momentous event occurs that forces them to change their minds. This message is very clear in Cry, The Beloved Country as it is in the world, today and historically. People tend to be optimistic about serious issues rather than confront them and solve them. Historical examples like the Holocaust greatly illustrate this point. Stephen Kumalo is complacent in his village of Ndotesheni and only realizes the extent of the destruction of the tribal structure after he returns from Johannesburg....   [tags: Cry, The Beloved Country Essays]

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I See A Killer Die By Alan Hall

- ‘I see a killer die’ by Alan Hall is an article, which narrates the death of convicted felon Robert Harris. It also goes on to tell us the victims story and how the families are coping. There is also a surprise inclusion of pleads of virtue from world renowned, Nobel Peace Award winning nun; Mother Teresa. TV reporter Michael Tuck narrated his eyewitness experience of watching ‘double killer Robert Harris writhe and die in the gas chamber.’ Mr Tuck describes the execution using the words; ‘His head twitched around and he breathed frantically, gasping for air - breathing the way a woman in labour might breathe’ This line may make the reader feel pity for Harris....   [tags: Capital punishment, Death row, Emotion, Murder]

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Alan Watts And His Influence On My Life

- ... My writing and reading through college improved tremendously after my study by understanding the concept of not only understanding potential outsider’s views on my writing, but knowing myself well enough to be able to use myself as my greatest tool and resource. “That is the Self. That is the real. That art thou!” (Watts, The Way of Zen 119). Getting to truly know myself and why I do certain things proved to be vastly instrumental in achieving a writing level that I am both happy and satisfied with....   [tags: Meaning of life, Human, Life, Knowledge]

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Alan Gewirth’s The Cartesian Circle Reconsidered

- In Alan Gewirth’s The Cartesian Circle Reconsidered, he expands on an argument he made in a previous paper in regards to a possible logical fallacy in Descartes Meditations on First Philosophy. This fallacy is called the Cartesian Circle in reference to Descartes apparently circular reasoning that he can have clear and distinct ideas because of God’s existence, but that the proof of God’s existence and is itself based on clear and distinct ideas. Gewirth’s response to critics of Descartes is that Descartes use different types of certainty to prove the existence and veracity of God compared to accuracy of clear and distinct ideas....   [tags: philosophy, metaphysics, fallacy]

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Alan Keyes' Political Philosophies

- Alan Keyes' Political Philosophies Following the Civil War the majority of African-Americans supported the Republican Party. A Republican controlled executive and legislative branch of the Federal government worked to preserve the Union and end slavery. Republican support pushed the Thirteenth Amendment through Congress and approval by the states allowing for true freedom for black Americans. This freedom provided free expression for black Americans in politics and the ability to choose for themselves what to believe....   [tags: Papers]

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Alan Bennett Talking Heads

- Alan Bennett Talking Heads In Bennett's monologues the main character faces an important decision which will affect the course of their lives. I will go on and explain in this essay, the play writer's use of literary techniques - including setting, theme and characterisation- which may make the decision seem correct or not. Talking Heads was originally produced for BBC television but has recently been used as a collection of short stories. Each of the characters portrayed, is played by an actress that has been previously associated with Alan Bennett e.g.:Thora Hird who plays Doris worked on a BBC Radio 4 programme - Deadringers .It is safe to say that Alan Bennett tailored some of the mater...   [tags: English Literature]

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Alan Turing

- Biography: Alan Mathison Turing Alan Mathison Turing was surrounded by enigma, not only did he break many cryptic codes but he also lived a mysterious life. Turing was born on June 23, 1912 in Paddington, London to Julius Mathison and Ethel Sara Turing. Turing’s father, Julius, was an officer in the British administration in India when he decided that his son would be raised in England. Turing had an older brother named John, who also had a childhood determined by the demands of the class and the exile in India of his parents....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Modern American History

- American history, though nowhere near as epic as the history of Europe, is wrought with its own heroes and legendary personalities. The three most important span political, economic, and social borders. In its 300 years, the United States has not seen finer heroes than Benjamin Franklin, Alan Greenspan, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Their contributions in politics, regulation of the US economy, and roles in racial diversity, these legends have no precedent. Benjamin Franklin contributed to the culture of the US through his literature and his political presence....   [tags: essays research papers]

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alan turing

- Alan Turning Alan Turning is known to be a pioneer of many facets of the computer age. The digital computer, artificial intelligence, memory subroutines, the Turning Machine, the Turing Test, and the application of algorithms to computers are all ideas somehow related to this man. Alan Mathison Turing was born in Paddington, London, on June 23, 1912. He was a precocious child and began his interests in science and mathematics at a young age, but was never concerned about other right-brain classes such as English....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Alan Turing

- Alan Mathison Turing was undoubtedly one of the greatest pioneers of our computer world. We can clearly label him the founder of what we know today as modern computer science, but beyond that, he was also a great mathematician, a code-breaker, philosopher, and certainly a risk-taker. His contributions to society not only influenced the development of today’s computers, but also seriously impacted the outcome of a second world war. Born on June 23, 1912 in London, England to Ethel and Julius Turing, Alan Turing showed very early signs of having an extraordinary mind....   [tags: Biography Computers Turing]

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