English Final Essay One way of understanding a claim made by an author is rereading it more than once, in the essay I’m writing today I’m going to discuss what happens when someone reads or looks at something 3 times. The way I learned about the emancipation proclamation in english class is using the “three readings method.” The sources i used were “A man reads the Emancipation Proclamation” and the actual piece of writing. In the painting “A man reads the Emancipation Proclamation” there is a black man in what looks to be a barn reading the Emancipation Proclamation. He has a look of disbelief upon his face as if what he reading he does not believe to be true. I looked at the painting three times at first and each time something new popped up in the painting. I first had believed that the man in the painting was angry only to find out that he wouldn’t have been mad knowing now that he or someone he knew wouldn’t be enslaved any longer. In the actual piece of writing the Emancipation Proclamation. Abraham Lincoln outlines his reasons for freeing the enslaved people in the rebelling states. He claims it’s more a moral thing then a political thing. Although he mainly gives moral reasons he still called it a moral duty as compared to a political one. The way I informed myself on this piece of writing was using the three readings method. Each time i read it something else would keep popping up and I’d figure something else out about it. The way I was first introduced to the three readings method was with the painting titled “Bodega” it is a funny painting because at first look it looks like a little shopping area. At second glance things start to pop out such as the dog bones on the roof or the cracker as a
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Why martin luther king junior’s method was better than Malcolm x’s method.
I believe that martin luther king’s method was better than Malcolm X’s because it succeeded unlike Malcolm x’s that just lead to more police brutality and more hate from the white people to the black people. Martin luther King's views on the use of violence helped him to make more progress during the Civil Rights Movement than Malcolm X... Martin Luther King realized…
funds into implementing the programs that work.
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Great American Political Thinkers
In the year of 1776, the United States became an independent country. At that moment, the great men who fought for its independence began to create the government and shape American politics. In Richard Hofstadter's The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It, he identifies twelve of the most influential men and the political traditions they created, including the Founding Fathers who started it all. Additionally, Hofstadter informs the reader of other…
2010 Corporate Responsibility Summary
A Letter from Samuel J. Palmisano Chairman, President and Chief Executive Ofﬁcer
Of course, many people pay lip service to the importance of long-term thinking. But if you take it seriously— if you adopt it as a management philosophy— it leads to certain distinctive behaviors and choices. From the time of IBM’s founding 100 years ago, IBMers have taken a long-term view — thinking not in quarters, but in decades and beyond. This has shaped how we allocate…