This essay will attempt to answer why revolution broke out in France by showing a combination of underlying and avoidable reasons and problems caused by Louis Philippe, problems in the long and short term, and social, economical and political reasons. Then it will attempt to show why it failed in its aims to create a… Read Article →

The simple answer as to why support for the Nazis increased so rapidly from 1929 and September 1930 would be because of the Wall Street Crash. Although, the Wall Street Crash on its own would not have resulted in the Nazis success. There are a number of other factors which all contributed to their rise… Read Article →

First, let’s look at some of the fundamentals. Officially, the monetary authority’s job is to manage inflation, and traditionally they do this by managing interest rates. Lower rates stimulate growth in the economy because borrowers can access capital at cheaper rates. Developers, for example, can build more houses at lower prices because their cost of… Read Article →

Our life is a long process, which permanently changes and develops. Nowadays modern society lives in incredible rhythm, where the main purposes are earning money, earning money and earning money. Also purposes are to have a power too. It is not good for society in whole. Society consists of simple persons, who are a nature… Read Article →

After reviewing the two essays on youth crime “Children as the Enemy” by Peter Elikann and “The Crackdown on kids by Annette Fuentes, the latter, which is based on the ideal that these days ‘to be young is to be suspect’, would be the more appropriate and effective essay to be published in the magazine… Read Article →

“Everything exists, everything is true and the earth is just a bit of dust beneath our feet,” writes the famed William Butler Yeats on one of his favorite subjects: eternity. Yeats’s poetry often deals with the conflict of the temporal and the eternal. The chronology of Yeats’s life allows for a very interesting exploration of… Read Article →

Serie ELA 75K is an actual shopping cart that is plated in 24K gold and is placed on a spinning platform. Sylvie Fleury uses a shopping cart to represent the attraction people have towards the obsession of shopping. This item stands for amounts of money spent on shopping sprees and luxurious things in high-end places…. Read Article →

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