Hello, my name is Debbie Kim, and I am the English 11 and AP English Literature teacher. Once upon a time, I graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia (go Tigers) with degrees in magazine journalism and U.S. history. After working as an assistant art director for some years, I attended UCLA (go Bruins) to get my master's in secondary English education.
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— Henry Ford was a car manufacturer and an entrepreneur who became president in 1996. His election to the highest office in the United States was significant because he radically changed federal business laws so that people who owned big corporations got away with much more. This oppressed the poor for many decades to come.
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