Comparison of Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company

Ford Motor Company is an automobile company formed by Henry Ford in 1903. The initiative to open an automobile company was influenced by his desire to offer value to consumers through his automobiles. Currently, Ford is the largest manufacturer and marketer of automobiles in the world after General Motors Incorporation and the fifth largest corporation in the world. Nonetheless, Henry Ford, the founder of the company is famous because he did not seek to make massive fortunes from his company, but sought to create a whole production system. Today, the corporation is a proud owner of manufacturers and marketers of automobiles across the globe such as FPV and Troller that target its foreign markets, but the business receives roughly half of its revenues from the domestic market in North America.

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Art, in the 19th Century, as Mechanism for Representing Politics


The 19th century was characterized by many famous artists and the fame they came along with it. Romanticism and realism are some of the best themes of painting that were invented in the past. Despite being painted in two different periods of time with various stylistic choices, the pictures of Manet and Goya both vividly portray the political unrest that was occurring in society. The two artists have used art to explain political views of different politicians and political events during that time. Briefly, their work helped to describe the relationship that existed between power and skill that took place across different cultures and epochs. Therefore, the two artists used their work to portray events, as well as political activities that occurred or which had chances of happening. They had to take a social dimension as a way of evaluating different techniques that can compel the society to undertake a significant social change. One of the general views that made the use of the art to explain political events was based on the fact that it was deemed a free spirit capable of restructuring and defining its course. Therefore, this paper is set to determine how the Art in the 19th century represented various political events and policies.

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The Economic Basis and Development of Fiscal Policy

Economic basis for Fiscal Policy

Fiscal policy is designed to influence the prevailing tax rates and the spending of the consumers within the country. This is when the government legislates changes to the prevailing tax rates to stimulate economic activity. This is usually done by reducing taxes using tax cuts to stimulate consumption, expenditure, and investment (Modjtahedi, 2011)

Policy and Challenges

Two types of fiscal policy, i.e., expansionary fiscal policy and contractionary fiscal policy exist. Expansionary fiscal policy, which is designed to encourage economic growth, is the most commonly employed by governments. Owing to its nature, the expansionary fiscal policy is predominantly employed in recessions by reducing taxes or increasing government expenditure. Contractionary fiscal policy, which is designed to slow economic growth, is rarely used by governments. Owing to its nature, it is mainly employed to reduce inflation. Contractionary fiscal policies reduce government expenditure and increase taxes (Mankiw, 2014).

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Coco Chanel


            Coco Chanel was born on 19/08/1883 as Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel at Saumur in France. She is portrayed as an amazing woman who redefined the fashion industry as depicted in the modern society. Chanel was a clothing stylist who transformed the fashion industry with her miniature black dresses, suits, and avant-garde sparkle. As a result of this, she became famous at her tender age and became elevated to the fashion icon that she assumes in the modern society (Wolf, 48). Based on the ageless designs that are still depicted as prevalent in these recent days, and the sophisticated wears that can be combined with enormous accessories, Chanel can be viewed as having achieved it all (, 27). When an individual critically analyses the success of Chanel, it is right to say that her philosophy “luxury must be comfortable. Otherwise, it’s not luxury” had a significant impact on her success.

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The Integration of Muslims into Western Cultures


This research paper seeks to investigate the levels in which Muslim migrants carry their cultures to a new location and the extent to which they incorporate the western cultures. The answer to this question not only has significant political ramifications but also assists people in understanding whether cultural traits are malleable with other cultures or if they are strictly fixed (Norris and Inglehart 231). The acquisition of this knowledge would also assist individuals to understand whether the Islam culture is a personal choice of principles or rather a collective behavior of society. The countries of origin discussed in this research paper are regions with Islam as the dominant culture while the destinations of Muslims are countries that are predominantly composed of Protestant and Roman Catholic believers or non-Muslims. Applying this research framework, the researcher seeks to establish that on average, some fundamental social values of Muslim migrants change and adopt foreign principles after leaving their countries of origin (Bolt et al. 179). Therefore, a majority of Muslims in Western countries do not hold onto fixed attitudes and cultures but are flexible to accommodate a segment of the host country’s culture in accordance to the assimilation theory.

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Diabetes in Children

The scientific name for diabetes is diabetes mellitus. This refers to a several disorders that describe a person’s inability to create or use insulin effectively. As a result, people who are sick with diabetes often have high blood sugar, and this could result in physiological damage if left uncontrolled. Individuals with Type I and Type II diabetes both experience a range of symptoms included frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger (Fahien and MacDonald, 2002). When symptoms are left ignored, more harmful symptoms could occur. These include diabetic ketoacidosis, which results in death. These individuals could also experience comas before death.

Ultimately, diabetes occurs because the pancreas is typically responsible for producing insulin. However, diabetic patients are either unable to produce insulin or insulin machinery in the cells are damaged, which means that the insulin produced is not usable by the body (Fahien and MacDonald, 2002). Diabetes could also occur when cells are unable to properly respond to the insulin that is made, either due to mutations in the cells or insulin itself.

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Strategies of Writing Proposal to Non-Profit and For-Profit Organizations

Background Information

For-profit organizations only determine their level of success regarding profit and their capability to pay back loans or pay dividends. Meanwhile, non-profit organizations only serve to benefit a particular community, irrespective of whether they will gain from the service. Therefore, non-profit institutions are governed by different tax and revenue specifications. This memo focuses on the differences between the strategies of writing proposals to non-profit and for-profit organizations.

Research Methods

To establish the similarities and differences between plans of writing proposals to the non-profit and for-profit organization, the study used secondary sources of information. These secondary sources included peer-reviewed journals, library books, and lecture notes. This is because these are the most credible and reliable sources of information since they have been reviewed and regarded as good academic materials.

Comparison of the Strategies

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