Today, the United States is arguably the top superpower in the world. For much of its history, including today, our nation acted as a world policy maker and influencer, monitoring the situation in every corner o
I can agree that after World War two the United States really started to to exceed other superpowers of the world due to how influential the US to devastated countries like Germany and Japan who are now some of the United States numerous allies. Your evidence is reasonable and strong to support your claim. You use historic events truly as it should be used which is to help explain how The United States became the top world superpower.
Being a superpower, the US is the leader in policymaking for our world. As a result, our nation have been involved in so many world affairs, like in Syria, Iraq, global economy, terrorism, and more. However,
My topic is about how America became the superpower it is today. I’m interested because I wonder how our nation was able to surpass many other countries and rank so high as a superpower. I know that America on
I read one of Coretta Scott King’s anti-death penalty articles and she presents very similar ideas as you do. I recommend you read it. Rather than try to kill killers, we should try to reform them back into society, a solution that’s more moral and doesn’t violate the right to life. The death penalty goes back all the way to the ancient times and…[Read more]
We definitely need to monitor what comes in and out of our borders because we don’t know which outsiders are coming in as threats. Europe, particularly in France, is facing the problem of terrorist attacks because of letting any outsiders travel freely without close monitoring.
Broken families can really affect a child negatively. When there’s a “missing link” in a family it can cause depression and aggression in a child. For example, where there’s a missing father figure, there’s no fatherhood and thus a missing part in a child development.
Experiencing amputation can be a life changing experience. A fake limb is never the same as the original. I hope one day, we can achieve the creation of regeneration for lost limbs, which will be especially useful for many veterans of war.
Let me first say that I have nothing against any groups of people but these are facts to consider.
In order for the massive amount of immigrants to achieve the American dream in the U.S, what does it mean for actual American citizens? Won’t that just steal more jobs from them? In fact, there has already been many
U.S jobs lost due to competition…[Read more]
This doesn’t surprise me at all. Any political campaign is about persuading the population, so candidates would say anything fancy to convince people to vote for them. That doesn’t mean they would actually do it when they get elected. In fact, there is a saying that “talking is cheap”.
Exact minimum wage in the U.S does differ from state to state, but nationally there is a basic median that everyone must follow. Even when minimum wage is higher in one state, that state usually have higher taxes and prices on goods. Raising the minimum wage would disturb the economy, including the need to raise prices.
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We merged several earlier blogging projects. We have found that there are many advantages to bringing students together in one site that lives beyond any particular class. It’s easier for individual students to read and write about their own passions, to connect with other students, comment on each other’s work, and create multimedia posts for each other. Further, it’s been exciting for us to pool our knowledge about curriculum, connected learning, and digital literacies.
There are over 8,000 posts and over 13,000 comments by young people on the site on topics as diverse as the American Dream, Shakespeare, and sports as well as original poems and stories.
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