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    Lives & careers of Amer. & Egyptian writers. Styles, aesthetics, major works & influences.

    Gertrude Stein and Filippo Tommaso Marinetti were both known as stylists and innovators, and both wrote in a number of different forms--drama, poetry,... more
    13 pages | 10 sources | 29 citations | MLA citation style

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    Geopolitical background, leadership, foreign relations, weak military, authoritarianism, treaties with Allies & Germany, opportunism, trade.

    Turkey and Neutrality during the Second World War This paper will discuss Turkey during the Second World War, focusing upon how Turkish leaders kept ... more
    14 pages | 8 sources | 26 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Theoretical, practical & political flaws, relations with West, leadership, bureaucracy, failure to compromise.

    The failure of socialism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union has been apparent in the last three years or so with the breakup of the Soviet bloc an... more
    7 pages | 7 sources | 14 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Overview of evolution of Turkey's govt., society & economy into the 1990s & changing relations with U.S. based on conflicting regional alliances.

    U.S. relations with Turkey have recently been characterized as being threatened by changes in Ankara because Turkey is now headed by an Islamic Prime ... more
    7 pages | 8 sources | 12 citations | MLA citation style

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    Political transformation of republic once part of Yugoslavia. Population, independence, organization, parties, leadership, elections, democracy.

    POLITICAL CHANGES IN SLOVENIA SINCE 1989 Introduction This research paper discusses the political transformation in Slovenia since the end of the Co... more
    8 pages | 3 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

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    Compares political systems in theory & practice (Mao's China & Italy's Mussolini), emphasizing totalitarian features.

    Marxist-Leninist systems, such as Stalin’s Soviet Union and Mao’s China, and fascist systems, such as Mussolini’s Italy, are theoretical opposit... more
    8 pages | 6 sources | 21 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Nature of Vittorio de Sica's 1971 Academy-Award winning film. Social realities of class distinctions under emerging fascism. The movie as a neo-realist film. How characters develop through tragic circumstances. The film as a study of Jews in Italy under Mussolini. The aristocratic Finzi-Continis family. Sexual symbolism.

    The nature of film as a cultural medium allows the audience to feel a sense of control over the images being projected. The audience, as spectators, ... more
    6 pages | 1 sources | APA citation style

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    Evaluates the market entry strategy for one of three possible products--diet supplement to produce healthier mother's milk, diapers that do not require sealing devices, and arthritis pain reliever for the geriatric market. Recommends selling the pain reliever due to demographic and cultural concerns, and entering the market using Italian distributors.

    Marketing in Italy Introduction Companies enter international markets because they believe that thosemarkets offer attractive opportunities for a spec... more
    7 pages | 6 sources | 8 citations | MLA citation style

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    Discussion of the 2001 book "Black Mass" as a revealing account of the use and misuse of two notorious informers by the Boston office of the FBI. Contends it is a uniquely Boston tale about Italian-Irish rivalries in organized crime, law enforcement and politics.

    Black Mass The pop culture phenomena of reality-based television tabloidjournalism and the fascination for true crime' adventure seem to cometogether ... more
    5 pages | 3 sources | 7 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper argues that Napoleon had the qualities of a great military and political leader but his ambitiousness led to his ultimate downfall. In discussing this idea, the paper follows Napoleon's career through miltiary school, his Egyptian campaign, his takeover of the French government, naming himself emperor,his attempt to conquer Europe, and his failed efforts against England and Russia.

    THE RISE AND FALL OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE The period following the French Revolution in was a chaotic timefor France In the midst of the chaos Napoleon ... more
    5 pages | 5 sources | 19 citations | MLA citation style

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