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Jun.23.2010
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 31 Here’s Johnny!!!                 In the 1960’s Ralph Waldo “Petey” Greene calmed a rioting Washington D. C. “Chocolate City” after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. leader of the civil rights movement.  Afterward his fame sky rocketed...
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Jun.06.2010
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 30 Its 2010 and I live in a city in West Virginia where the population for Black Americans is 4.4%.  The West Virginia justice department’s records for 2008 indicated that the progress of the civil rights movement compared to national standards...
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Jan.04.2010
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 20 The Stone Choices are the greatest authority in the earth.  The power to choose and decision making is the root of thought.  To plan and devise concepts requires decision making.  An architect must choose measure, dimension and real estate while a...
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Dec.21.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 19 The Laborers I watched the documentary today “When I Came Home” about the modern day veterans coming home from Iraq homeless.   Most of these soldiers have been diagnosed with PTS Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  PTSD is common with veterans, but the...
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Dec.06.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 17 Legislation rules! The history of laws is what makes the people civilized.  Civilization as we know has its roots in Roman and Greek/Hellenic rule.  Some argue that Rome is attributed to the perfect legal system.  Others say, the civilization...
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Nov.29.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 16 The Stone that the builders rejected The true story account of Nimrod’s reign and first world empire is profound.  It is this act of building a tower to heaven that spawned many religions across the globe.  I would go as far as to say that it is the...