Animal Farm Essays (Examples)

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Democracy In America In The 21st Century

Pages: 7 (2223 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Essay Document #:23576697

...Animal farm “Where Do We Go From Here?”
Democracy was meant to be government by the rule of the people. Athens is most famous for being the ancient city-state to represent democratic government and in a way the city-state was best situated for democracy: the people were educated and keen on performing their civic duty—at least for a generation or two. By the time the playwright Aristophanes came along, some Athenians were shirking their civic duty to the extent that the satirist penned his most attack on Athenian complacency. The point is that democracy is only as effective as the people within the community are at performing their civic duty. When the very concept of civic-mindedness is lost or when the community becomes so large that it is impossible for people to govern directly, the concept of democracy can become a screen hiding a much more nefarious system of power like what……

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Dahl, Robert. On Democracy.

Ferejohn, John. Is Inequality a Threat to Democracy?

Friedman, Milton. Capitalism and Freedom. University of Chicago Press.

Mansbridge, Jane. On the Importance of Getting Things Done. PS, 2012.

Runciman, David. The Confidence Trap. Princeton University Press.

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The Battleship Potemkin

Pages: 5 (1631 words) Sources: 3 Document Type:Film Analysis Document #:15032782

… lack of respect for Russia’s common people—the working class, the everyday soldiers treated worse than dogs by the authorities. It is essentially Orwell’s animal farm without the irony. It is Soviet idealism, typical of the Soviet film era (Neff). This paper will discuss the merits of Eisenstein’s film ……

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Bascomb, Neal. Red Mutiny: Eleven Fateful Days on the Battleship Potemkin. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007.

Eisenstein, Sergei. The Battleship Potemkin.

Neff, Taylor. \\\\\\\\\\\\"Propaganda on the Big Screen: Film in the Soviet Union from 1925 to 1936.\\\\\\\\\\\\" The FGCUStudent Research Journal 3.2 (2017).

Osborn, Andrew. “Potemkin: the mutiny, the movie and the myth.” The Independent, June 14, 2005.  https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/potemkin-the-mutiny-the-movie-and-the-myth-225737.html 

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Equine Viral Arteritis

Pages: 3 (889 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Essay Document #:40409672

… may also infect alpacas and llamas. Transmission between equines occurs via respiration, venereal contact or congenitally (Timoney, 2019). It is not a Foreign animal Disease but does occur globally among equines throughout the world. EVA is a reportable disease in Virginia (Virginia Department of Health, 2016).
Clinical … or come into contact with other horses, whether semen shipments were received and used, and what donors or recipients were recently at the farm (Timoney et al., 2008).
The disease is diagnosed by lab testing (Timoney et al., 2008). The……

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Center for Food Security and Public Health. (2009). Equine viral arteritis. Retrieved from  http://www.cfsph.iastate.edu/Factsheets/pdfs/equine_viral_arteritis.pdf 

Price, S. D., Rentsch, G., Burn, B., & Spector, D. A. (1998). The Whole Horse Catalog: The Complete Guide to Buying, Stabling and Stable Management, Equine Health, Tack, Rider Apparel, Equestrian Activities and Organizations... and Everything Else a Horse Owner and Rider Will Ever Need. Simon and Schuster.

Timoney, P. (2019). Overview of Equine Viral Arteritis. Retrieved from  https://www.merckvetmanual.com/generalized-conditions/equine-viral-arteritis/overview-of-equine-viral-arteritis?query=Equine%20Viral%20Arteritis 

Timoney, P. J., Creekmore, L., Meade, B., Fly, D., Rogers, E., & King, B. (2008). 2006 Multi-State Occurrence of EVA. https://www.animalagriculture.org/resources/Documents/Conf%20-%20Symp/Symposiums/2016%20Equine/EDF%20Resources/EVA/USDA%20EVA_2006_Multistate_USAHA.pdf

Virginia Department of Health. (2016). One health notes, 1(1). Retrieved from

 http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/content/uploads/sites/123/2016/12/OneHealthJan2016.pdf 

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Canadian Reciprocity Treaty Of 1854

Pages: 10 (2920 words) Sources: 8 Document Type:Essay Document #:12980829

… on many primary products. Among the primary products that could no longer attract duties included lumber, timber, coal, tallow, poultry, fish, fruit, meats, animal, breadstuffs, flour, and grain. The treaty also allowed American fishermen to fish in British colonial fisheries and granted British people the right to ……

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Ankli, R. E. (1971). The reciprocity treaty of 1854. The Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d\\\\\\\\\\\\'Economique, 4(1), 1-20.

Gerriets, M., & Gwyn, J. (1996). Tariffs, trade, and reciprocity: Nova Scotia, 1830-1866. Acadiensis, 25(2), 62-81.

Haynes, F. E. (1892). The Reciprocity treaty with Canada of 1854 (Vol. 7, No. 6). Baltimore, Md.: American Economic Association.

Hinton, M. (2013). Canadian economic growth and the reciprocity treaty of 1854. Working Papers 13038, Economic History Society.

Masters, D. C. (1963). The reciprocity treaty of 1854: its history, its relation to British colonial and foreign policy, and to the development of Canadian fiscal autonomy (Vol. 9). McGill-Queen\\\\\\\\\\\\'s Press-MQUP.

Officer, L. H., & Smith, L. B. (1968). The Canadian-American reciprocity treaty of 1855 to 1866. Journal of Economic History, 598-623.

Porritt, E. (1908). Sixty Years of Protection in Canada, 1846-1907: Where Industry Leans on the Politician. London: Macmillan.

Saunders, S. A. (1934). The Maritime Provinces and the Reciprocity Treaty. The Dalhousie Review.

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Local Vs Organic Food

Pages: 6 (1873 words) Sources: 8 Document Type:Essay Document #:28856359

… (though there is no guarantee they are raised or grown non-GMO). Nonetheless, consuming local foods comes with the added benefit of supporting local farm and the local economy. Plus, with local foods, one is more likely to be able to know for sure that one is getting … Plus, with local foods, one is more likely to be able to know for sure that one is getting quality foods from quality farm whom one can inspect with one’s own eyes, get to know on a social level, and be more confident in the quality of … healthiest foods a person can eat, so it makes sense from this point of view to always eat local, as it will be farm fresh and straight from the farm to one’s home in a quarter of the time it takes for food from another country or state to make it to one’s……

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Debate. (2018). Is organic food healthier than non-organic food? Retrieved from  https://www.debate.org/opinions/is-organic-food-healthier-than-non-organic-foods 

Goldberg, H. (2014). People Still Don\\\\'t Know the Difference Between \\\\"Organic\\\\" and \\\\"Local\\\\". Retrieved from  https://time.com/2970505/organic-misconception-local/ 

Heather, X. (2011). The local vs. organic debate. Retrieved from  http://www.intuitive-nutrition.com/the-local-vs-organic-debate/ 

Healthline. (2018). Fresh vs Frozen Fruit and Vegetables — Which Are Healthier? Retrieved from  https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/fresh-vs-frozen-fruit-and-vegetables 

O’Born, S. (2019). Local vs. organic food: the great debate. Retrieved fromhttps://canadianfamily.ca/food/great-debate-local-organic/

Ryvasy, T. (2018). Is organic or local food better? Retrieved from  https://greenamerica.org/organic-or-local/organic-or-local-food-better 

Trimarchi, M. (2018). Is it better to buy local or organic food? Retrieved from  https://recipes.howstuffworks.com/local-or-organic.htm 

Wadyka, S. (2018). Farmer’s market produce. Retrieved from  https://www.consumerreports.org/fruits-vegetables/farmers-market-produce-local-vs-organic/

 

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