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At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century the powerlessness of black and colored Americans remained unwritten law of society, despite the existence of XV Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It is impossible to ignore the unfortunate fact that the progressive movement was the movement of whites. The elimination of discrimination was not included in the list of reforms put forward by progressives in the states or the U.S. Congress. Moreover, the progressive southern states, where the percentage of black population was the highest, remained racists. It is worth mentioning that it was during the Progressive Era in many areas the local authorities implemented segregation laws, requiring blacks and white to settle in different neighborhoods. […]

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The poetry of Thomas Sterns Eliot is closely linked to historical facts, personalities and literature heritage. Thus, appropriate manifestations are found throughout the entire text. By analyzing the poem, there are plenty of illusions to pay attention to. The historic figure of King Ludwig; the “son of man”¯, as the illusion from Bible; Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”¯ and “Templates”¯ – words from the first were used in the second part of poem; Wagner’s opera “Die GƶtterdƤmmerung”¯ illusion in the song from “The Fire Sermon”¯, as well illusion to Scriptures of Buddhism in the title of this part; G. Frazer’s “The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion”¯ is used as the illusion of classic literature work . These are not all […]

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To begin with, let’s emphasize that Thomas Sterns Eliot’s “The Wasteland”¯ is one the most ambiguous work of the entire literature heritage. Being full of not clear images, figures and illusions this poem became revelation of the author’s time and still occupies minds of thousands. Notwithstanding the lack of direct plot and main idea, “The Wasteland”¯ is incredibly relevant to be analyzed, as some points are useful to be interpreted. The author grabs readers attention with outstanding opening lines ”“ “April is the cruelest month”¯. What is its meaning in fact? The only right answer cannot be found out indeed. However, some conclusion can be drawn through associations making. At first, let’s get clear that April, and spring generally, are […]

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At the moment, 31 countries, in account for less than 8% of the world’s inhabitants, face continuing freshwater deficiencies. Between the countries expected to run lack of water in the following 25 years are Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Nigeria and Peru. Other parts of large countries like China, by now face lingering water problems. Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E) have resorted to the desalinization of salt-water from the Cove. Bahrain has almost no stream while three-quarters of Saudi Arabia’s lake comes from relic groundwater, which is supposedly being exhausted at a regular rate of 5.2 km3 per year. The international request for renewed water has turn into much more of a subject than in past years. […]

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There are so many relationships between water stress and economic development. Professionals agree that refining water and cleanliness programs is vital to urging growth and satisfying economic progress. This is because it takes time to develop these databases, a contradiction occurs: Poor frugalities are not capable to change because of water stress, and commercial variability excludes the development of databases to subside water stress. A 2005 statement specially made by the governments of Norway and Sweden confirmed that in Kenya, the 1999-2000 deficiency twisted a 16 percent failure in gross national product (GDP). The developments in water storing could have prohibited that scarcity from meaningfully distressing Kenya’s economy. Hydropower can also trigger the economic development. Agreeing to Giordano, he assumed […]

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