Dr. Nicholas

Dr. Nicholas

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Once the greatest female aviator Amelia Mary Earhart stated, “courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace, the soul that knows it not, knows no release from little things” (Potter, 2010). In other words, this very quote of Earhart conveys the message that without courage, humanity is subject to be dominated by fear, greed, and laziness. By showing tremendous courage, she made significant contributions to the history of aviation and the struggle for equality of women. Although remarkable attention has been dedicated to Amelia’s aviatic achievements and mysterious disappearance, her role as a feminist and as an intellectual deserves widespread praise as well. During her career as a pilot, Amelia Earhart wanted not only to match male aviators’ accomplishments but also to outperform them. In 1928, she became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, and that made her an instant hero to other young women (Watson, 2016). However, Earhart was not well satisfied with her achievement as she was just merely a passenger during that flight, and she believed it was patently unfair that she got undue credit at the expense of male pilots, who had done all the job. After breaking different speed, height, and distance records, she “set off to become the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic and the first person ever to cross the Atlantic twice by airplane” (Potter, 2010). But Earhart was still not self-satisfied, as she was always in search of more. In 1935, she became the first-ever pilot to fly solo across the Pacific from Hawaii to California (Watson, 2016). Unfortunately, the realization of Amelia’s most ambitious goal to fly around the world came to a halt by her tragic disappearance on July 2, 1937. Amelia Mary Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas, in 1897, and that time was highly characterized by conservative and stereotypical views about women (Potter, 2010). From her childhood, Amelia Earhart was different from other girls; unlike her mother and sister, she chose not to follow a traditional and self-abnegating lifestyle, instead, she opted to be an independent and self-reliant woman. Although flying was considered to be an exclusively reserved job for men, Earhart proved that women could be equally successful as males in activities requiring intelligence and willpower. She achieved a lot in her short lifetime, but “perhaps her greatest feat was her ability to navigate the world within gendered limitations while simultaneously defying them” (Watson, 2016). Amelia never explicitly labeled herself as a feminist, but throughout her life, she pushed for gender equality in every level of society. Moreover, whenever Earhart was not in the air, she was trying to empower other young ladies through her writings and lectures. In the last letter to her husband, she wrote, “women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be but a challenge to others” (Potter, 2010). Alas, she failed, but her great legacy continues to inspire millions of young girls around the world. Today, the Ninety-Nines club, co-founded by Amelia Earhart, has extended its membership to include licensed female pilots from 44 countries and thereby carrying on Amelia’s unforgettable legacy. All in all, Amelia Earhart managed to go beyond the societal expectations of her time by breaking down gendered barriers. Her commitment to prove the equality between men and women prompted her to break into a male profession and to outclass them. Because of her ambition and dogged determination, Amelia Earhart became a phenomenal role model for women and accelerated societal transformation in attitudes towards women at her time.

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The writer didn’t do ask he was asked . I told him to choose a topic and then tell me the topic he choose . He didn’t do that . I also told him to use only the source I provide he used another source . The paper seems complicated and hard t understand . I asked the writer for a revision but is not replying and I feel like he won’t get it

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