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Forever Free Exhibit

Forever Free, an exhibit held at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California and inspired by Mr. Abraham Lincoln’s promotion and assertion of Emancipation Proclamation, is much related to the written account of Frederick Douglass’ “narrative of his life as an American black slave” with special regards and attention to its both focus and objectives. Body At the Forever Free exhibit, the implicit objective was to stimulate ambiance of America’s bludgeoning, sadistic, and historical past. For the visitors to commemorate the beginning of the “anti-black slavery,” Mr. Abraham Lincoln distinguished and proclaimed the pressing need for the aforementioned act, Emancipation Proclamation to denounce and suppress the proliferating Black slavery. Moreover, the exhibit included several sentimental stuffs like: letters made and…

No Such Thing As a Free Inquiry

Conservative columnist John Leo’s essay “Free Inquiry? Not On Campus” seems to shoot itself in the foot from the very beginning, hinging the entirety of his argument on what forms of speech censored (directly or indirectly) by colleges and universities would be allowable off of campus, according to the First Amendment. He goes so far as to smugly note that this censorship is a cause of students being more politically apathetic. However, many of his examples are actually from students themselves, from newspaper censorship to beating up the cohort of hate speech activists. In this sense, the students are politically active…they simply not batting for Leo’s side. Despite his invocation of the First Amendment, Leo does not seem to consider…

Free meals

When Socrates are given the chance to propose his own penalty, he asked that he be given free meals at the Prytaneum instead of asking to be exiled or for the imposition of a fine even though he knew very well that death sentence was very probable. He remains resolute that he had not committed a crime, rather he was doing the state and its people a favor which made him deserving of a banquet ordinarily given to successful athletes. Later on, he offered to pay minimal amount of fine to be shouldered by his friends as a testament to his low economic status. 2. An individual dies well if his/her death is meaningful, that is, he did not leave…

Free of Emotional and Familial Prison

When Henry, not his real name, was in prep school, he met just like everybody else a bully who would take his lunch box away from him. Given his somewhat resistive nature, he would refuse to give his lunch up, and would even dare to fight for it. However, because of his thin body and relatively short height, and the weakness caused by his hunger, he falls down in the hands of his nemesis and was taken usually bloody to the school clinic. In one occasion, when the bully found nothing in the box but crumbs and a piece of carrot, his disappointment broke Henry’s arms. In grade school Henry’s struggling continues. Though the other aggressive kids there know that…

Euroland food

In early January 2001, the senior-management committee of Euroland Foods was to meet to draw up the firm’s capital budget for the new year. Up for consideration were 11 major projects that totaled more than €316 million. Unfortunately, the board of directors had imposed a spending limit on capital projects of only €120 million; even so, investment at that rate would represent a major increase in the firm’s current asset base of €965 million. Thus, the challenge for the senior managers of Euroland Foods was to allocate funds among a range of compelling projects: new-product introduction, acquisition, market expansion, efficiency improvements, preventive maintenance, safety, and pollution control. The Company Euroland Foods, headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, was a multinational producer of…