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The Backgrounds of Vigilantism

Nelly
January 27, 2017

When a group of people take the law into their hands and try to effect justice according to their own will, it is vigilantism. This group of people has the major goal – “to protect their own common interests, their freedom and property.”1 As a rule these vigilantes protest against the existing laws and regulations. […]

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Marijuana Legalization

Nelly
January 21, 2017

Marijuana Legalization is an extremely conservational issue in our politics today. There are lots of arguments for and against cannabis legalization. In this essay I will evaluate legalizing marijuana in terms of the possible positive or negative effects of enacting this law. Thesis: the legalization of cannabis in our country would radically reduce crime in […]

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Margaret Fuller

Nelly
January 21, 2017

Margaret Fuller (1810 – 1850) occupies a special place among the great figures of American culture. She earned prestige of the thinker, literary critic, writer of political essays, reformer, teacher and journalist in the years, when women were virtually isolate from all forms of public activity, and did not participate in the socio-political or intellectual […]

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Hybridity

Nelly
January 21, 2017

This is a collage made of the cuttings from different glossy magazines with a background painted in gouache. The image represents a Muse in the attic. A collage is probably the best kind of artwork to reflect hybridity of the world we live in. It takes many kinds to make the world, and they do […]

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