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Edgar Allan Poe and the Fall of the House: The Tale of the Announced American Apocalypse

It was never clear what Edgar Allan Poe thought of slavery, although he grew up in Richmond (VA), a town with an important position in the slave trade. So he was familiar with slavery since his youth, and later he […]

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Edgar Allan Poe and the Fall of the House: The Tale of the Announced American Apocalypse

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It was never clear what Edgar Allan Poe thought of slavery, although he grew up in Richmond (VA), a town with an important position in the slave trade. So he was familiar with slavery since his youth, and later he […]

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Following the Data: A Day in the Life of an Ed-Tech worker

It is not everyday that a publishing company moves from New York to Baltimore. New York, and especially 5th Avenue, has arguably more publishing houses than Maine does seaside

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Edgar Allan Poe or Albert Einstein: Who was the greatest thinker of all time?

In 1848 the American writer Edgar Allan Poe published a cosmogony "Eureka: An Essay on the Material and Spiritual Universe." It was his answer to philosophical questions that had

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Ender’s Game: Lessons in Transformational Leadership

Human life is threatened by the anticipation of a war with the “buggers,” a technologically advanced, insect-like species that have previously threatened to annihilate the Earth.  Population control on

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Edgar Allan Poe and cryptography: Are there hidden messages in ‘Eureka’?

Edgar Allan Poe had a fascination for cryptography. And he was certainly not the only one, because in his time cryptography played an important role in society. There was

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The Smartest Guys in the Room: Management Lessons from Enron’s Leaders

Enron is a story about America’s largest corporate failure at that point in history—and a story about human tragedy. Enron’s rise and fall is the focus of numerous articles

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The Paranoid Style in American Politics

We thought this was a fitting essay written more than a half-century go that certainly applies to today's political climate.  The essay written by American historian  Richard J. Hofstadter was

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My Uterus is Your Uterus

“I’ll be your surrogate--if you want.” I turned and looked at my sister, my baby sister, and stared. I then swallowed hard the lump in my throat and said

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Want a man? Eat meat!

The first time I became a vegetarian lasted 16 hours. My mother had come home from work and announced that she was tired and we kids were to fend

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The Card Catalog as Schindler’s List

(This is the third and final part of a series of essays by Rafael Alvarez. Please read the first and second parts of the series.) In the kabbalah, the sages

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