Alaska essays

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In this essay I’m going to compare and contrast the Illinois and Alaska state standards. I found it interesting as I was comparing the standards for the two states, for a fourth-grade level. In Illinois, we must distinguish the responsibilities and powers of government officials at the local, state, and national levels. Alaska must apply economic principles to an actual world situation and economic choices that influence and institutional decisions. Both states identify virtues such as honesty, mutual respect, corporation,...
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To begin this paper, we should have an understanding of what Alaska likes. Alaska is no small state by any means stretching as far as 663,267 square miles. With that said Alaska is known for its cold climate with mountains, hill, and more. Not just that but you can also find blizzard and having snow year-round. Pilots that fly in these areas should be ready for IFR conditions. Alaska is also home to forests, lakes, and a diverse amount of...
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For many years America has taken extreme actions to further economic growth. Mining in Alaska has been a prominent topic in politics for the past 12 years. Some Americans are for and some are against. The benefit of opening the mine would be economic growth not just for Alaska but for America. Another benefit of the mine would be opening up Alaska for more potential like oil mining. The mine would also supply America with an abundance of gold, copper,...
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Throughout the history of the United States, the government has taken foreign policy measures that have resulted in differences of opinion among the Americans. One of the foreign policy actions that gave rise to disagreements between the Americans was the purchase of Alaska in 1864. This action had repercussions in the United States and other countries and regions, including the world today. The acquisition of Alaska caused controversy in the United States. Those who sided with William Seward, Secretary of...
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In this essay, comparing the 1964 Alaska tsunami and the 2004 Indonesia tsunami, I will be looking at the warning system available in 1964 and the warning system 2004 and comparing that despite the advancements in science and technology there is very little warning of disaster. The Great Alaska Earthquake and Tsunami of March 28, 1964 is said to have been the one of largest earthquakes in the 20th century. Producing a at least 4 tsunami waves thirty – forty...
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