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This 6 page paper investigates the ethical dilema facing business owners in South AFrica in regard to the spread of HIV/AIDS and the use of a policy in the workplace. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MBafaid.rtf

Algeria: French Colonization
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A 9 page review of the France's colonization of Algeria. This paper examines the impetus for that colonization and its long-term effects. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPalgeriaFrnchColoniz.rtf

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This 5 page paper discusses the musical stylings, trend, culture of Amandla. Artists featured as well as the film discussed. Bibliographpy lists 4 sources.
Filename: MBmndla.rtf

An Argument for Monogamy
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In this 5 page report, the writer makes an excellent argument for monogamy-- describing it in an historical context as actually outdating polygamy. The evolution of hunting societies and the imbalance of sexes in society are two of the many causal factors attributed to the unfortunate rise of polygamy. In great detail, the writer also explores social, medical, and economic reasons to promote monogamy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Monogamy.wps

An Explication of Lenrie Peters’ Poem “Homecoming”
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This is 4 page paper meant as an explication of Lenrie Peters’ poem “Homecoming”. Gambian poet and novelist Lenrie Peters was born in 1932 in Bathurst, the capital of Gambia during the time when Gambia was still a British colony. The background of Peters and that of his country is important when analyzing his poem “Homecoming” as readers can better understand the climate in which he left Gambia to become educated and that to which he returned many years later. The poem “Homecoming” is among his collection which shows the corruptive greed of the tribal leaders while at the same time is balanced by “nostalgia for a pastoral past with cautious assertion of hope for a future built on that past”. Peters’ “Homecoming” writes of the sadness and strange shadows and skeletons which awaited him when he returned to Gambia to which he had “longed for returning”. The poem can be analyzed through several meanings including literal, connoted, figurative, imagery, allusions and tone among others. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJLPete1.rtf

An International Relations Model to Combat Problems in Africa
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This 3 page paper outlines the problems in Africa and goes on to provide solutions for the struggling continent. Attention is placed on the failure of IMF. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA520Af.rtf

Analysis of "Doctor Worreddy's Prescription for Enduring the Ending of the World":
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This 3 page paper discusses this complex and insightful telling of the oppression of the Aborigines in Australia. This story illustrates the ways in which the whites oppressed the blacks and how the culture and history of the Aborigines was devestated as a result. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: GSDocWoo.rtf

Analysis of AIDS in Africa
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A 6 page paper which examines and evaluates 5 different web articles on the topic of AIDS in Africa. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAaids5a.rtf

Analysis of Three Articles about Kush History from the 25th Dynasty in Egypt until their Concentration in Meroe
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This is a 7 page paper discussing three articles on Kush history from the 25th dynasty in Egypt until their concentration in Meroe. The history of the Kush of Nubia is recounted in three articles by Helen Chapin Metz, Claude Rilly and Noah Kippley-Ogman. The Kush were concentrated in Nubia until the expansion of their strength and influence eventually led to them conquering Egypt around 750 B.C. and ruled during the 25th dynasty until approximately 656 B.C. At this time, they were invaded by the Assyrians which led to their retreat to Napata and eventually Meroe. Once concentrated in Meroe, the Kush became a major trading force based on their central location and production and trade of their own iron. Eventually however, the Kush became weakened through the exploitation of their own resources which led to the loss of their farming industry and the end of the Roman empire which reduced trade along their route. Meroe was eventually conquered by the Axumite army A.D. 350 thus ending their independence. Metz, Rilly and Kippley-Ogman provide slightly different perspectives, details and areas of concentration in their articles which provide readers with an overall history of the Kush but are not necessarily consistent in the details of each era of the Kush. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJNubia1.rtf

Ancient Egyptian Civilization
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A 5 page overview of the various factors which interacted to shape ancient Egyptian culture. Egyptian archaeology and the Egyptian written record stand in testament to the fact of the existence and power of a central government and a strong social stratification. Egyptian architecture could have never been created, in fact, without this social stratification, a stratification which thrives because of the vivid contrast between the most powerful and the most weak in Egyptian society. The record which ancient Egyptians have left behind is one which emphasizes the fact of a multitude of influences from a diversity of cultures which all worked ogether to create a unique Egyptian society. Bibliography lists 4sources.
Filename: PPegyCiv.rtf

Ancient Kemet
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5 pages in length. The writer discusses cultural principles, government, social status, women warriors, religion and trade as they relate to ancient Kemet (pharonic Egypt). Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCafric.wps

Anthony Appiah/ 'In my father's house'
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A 5 page analysis of African writer Anthony Appiah's book In My Father's House. In this work, Appiah rejects what he refers to as the 'rhetoric of descent,' and advocates a 'reasonable' course for identifying and consenting to a paradigm that defines issues concerning African identity, No additional sources cited.
Filename: 99appiah.rtf

Anti-Terrorism Measures in South Africa
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This 5 page paper discusses the legislation enacted last year in South Africa to combat terrorism, and why it is necessary. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVAntiSA.rtf

Anwar Sadat
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A paper which looks in detail at Anwar Sadat's leadership style, with reference to his cultural background, the political situation in Egypt in the twentieth century, and the impact which Sadat made on international politics during his term in office. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JLsadat.rtf

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