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    Posted on December 25th, 2011

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    How to Analyze Political Cartoons

    How to Analyze Political Cartoons

    In almost every newspaper around the world, a politicalcartoon is published that highlights a particular viewpoint or idea through the use of illustration. Often, the image is exaggerated and intended to be humorous as well as informative. They can also be satirical or even serious in tone, depending on the audience, the artist, and the idea illustr[...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on December 22nd, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Be Aware of Voters Rights

    How to Be Aware of Voters Rights

    Until fairly recently, most countries were not democracies. However this day in age most of them are. This means that they have a constitution. Whenever a country becomes democratic, they accept a written set of rules called the constitution which is accepted universally by the people of the country. This constitution also provides its citizens a chance to v[...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on December 17th, 2011

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    How to Write a Rehearsal Dinner Speech

    How to Write a Rehearsal Dinner Speech

    Write and deliver a short speech letting everyone know how proud you are of the happy couple. It may seem nerve wracking, but it doesn’t have to be.

    Steps

    1. Introduce yourself. While most present may know you, not everyone will.
    2. Express your pleasure that your son has found such a wonderful woman, and [...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on December 14th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Become Student Council President of Middle School

    How to Become Student Council President of Middle School

    Becoming student body (or student council) president in middle school is easy if you’re prepared to put in the work it takes to become qualified and get yourself noticed. You always want to be funny and able to relate with others. Everyone wants someone who [...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on December 10th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Write a Law Essay

    How to Write a Law Essay

    Law essays can be tricky to begin with, as they often require a great deal of research on an ever-changing and unfamiliar topic. Here are some tips to help you create a good law essay.

    Steps

    1. Begin by reading the question carefully. Underline any keywords you notice.
    2. Read through your main textbook on this particular topic. Note any resources they have used in t[...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on December 8th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Win a Novice Policy Debate Round

    How to Win a Novice Policy Debate Round

    Policy debate can be a difficult but fun experience. Novice debate may seem easy but convincing the judge is the hardest part. Read up, do your research, and try your best! These tips will help lead you to your victory.

    Steps

    1. Convince the judge of the merit of your plan. The way to win a novice policy round is to [...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on December 3rd, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Become a Buddha

    How to Become a Buddha

    To qualify as a Buddha, a World Teacher, an aspirant must prepare himself over an inconceivably long period of time spanning countless lives. During these past lives, the future Buddha is referred to as a bodhisattva, an aspirant to the full enlightenment of Buddhahood. In each life the bodhisattva must train himself, through altruistic deeds and meditative effort, to acquire the qualities essent[...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on November 30th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Debate a Conservative As a Liberal

    How to Debate a Conservative As a Liberal

    For those of us with liberal or progressive views, debate with members of the other side of the political aisle can be difficult. Political debate does not have to turn into foolish name-calling; instead, it should reflect the diversity of beliefs in our country.

    Steps

    1. Before you attempt to debate a con[...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on November 26th, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Support the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Movement

    How to Support the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Movement

    Occupy Wall Street is a non-violent resistance to the corruption of the “1%” the richest people. It is organized by the “99%” the rest of the people. The main protest is organized on Wall Street, with protesters camping out in Zuccoti Park, but no matter where you a[...] Read More...

  • Politics

    Posted on November 23rd, 2011

    Written by Edward Burke

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    How to Start a Revolution

    How to Start a Revolution

    There are times when it is necessary to fight against things that have become so wrong that they should no longer be. Things that were once small that have become big, but are no less wrong, must be made small again; a revolution, or a complete circle, is needed. Whether you want freedom from another country , or you want to overthrow an oppressive government, every fight is the same. [...] Read More...

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