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Interview

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Melville, Herman. Personal Interview. 20 May 1855.

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I remember when Herman Melville told me "better watch out for those leviathans."

Lecture

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Hurrey, Ina. Classroom Lecture. Ocean County College. Toms River,

New Jersey, 10 March 2001.

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Dr. Ina Hurrey always rushed out of class.

Television

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NBC Nightly News. National Broadcasting Company. WNBC, New York. 14 April 1990. Television.

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A report first aired on NBC, exposed the doctoring of food by Shop-Wrong supermarkets (NBC).

Television - Online

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"August is Deadliest Month U.S. Military in Afghanistan." CNN.com.

Cable News Network. 28 August 2009. Web. 30 August 2009.

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A CNN report suggests that additional security for the "presidential and provincial elections" contributed to the increase in American casualties in August 2009 ("August").

TV Transcript

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"August is Deadliest Month U.S. Military in Afghanistan." CNN.com.

Cable News Network. 28 August 2009. Web. 30 August 2009.

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A CNN report suggests that additional security for the "presidential and provincial elections" contributed to the increase in American casualties in August 2009 ("August").

Radio Transcript

"Letters Sent to President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the Brown

vs. Board of Education Decision." All Things Considered.

National Public Radio. 17 May 2004. Web. 18 August 2008.

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The racial hypocrisy of 1950s America is readily seen in a letter by Ann Grinham to President Eisenhower protesting the Brown v. Board of Education decision. She writes "Of course we believe in equal rights. Educate the Negroes, give them advantages, but by all means, keep them to themselves" (qtd. in "Letters"). Her comments, of course, raise an obvious question: how does being kept to yourself reconcile with equal rights?

Government Publication

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United States. State Department. "Country Reports on Human Rights

Practices for 1993: Iraq." Country Reports on Human Rights

Practices for 1993. Washington: GPO, 1994. 1184-1193. Web.

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The United States State Department concluded that Iraq’s human rights did not reach accepted standards ("County" 1184-1186).

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