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  1. The Taliban and SS Troops

  2. Author’s Bias • The Taliban are evil • The Taliban prey on innocent civilians. • Everyday life is ruined because of the Taliban’s unfair ruling.

  3. Our Bias • We agree with the author’s bias. • The Taliban are portrayed in the American media as being a cruel force that is harming the Afghani public.

  4. Daily Lifestyles in Afghanistan before the Taliban Reigned • Life for privileged Afghanis was relatively easy going. • Afghanistan wasn’t so technologically advanced and everyday life didn't revolve around technology.

  5. Control • After the Taliban took over, the Monarchy of Daoud Khan ceased to exist, and the Taliban controlled everything. “…grim-faced Russian soldiers patrolling the sidewalks…tanks rolling up and down the streets of my city, their turrets swiveling like accusing fingers…” pg.113

  6. Our Conclusion for The Kite Runner • In the end, all of the struggles happened for a reason • Hassan’s fate • Amir’s growth • Baba’s downfall

  7. Daily Life Styles in Germany Germany was recuperating from WWI.

  8. Germany During WWII • WWII changed daily life in Germany.

  9. Control • After Hitler became chancellor, people joined the National Socialist party because it allowed them to keep their jobs and stick to their their normal daily lifestyle.

  10. Conclusion on Nazism • The two topics parallel in the sense that two countries experienced radical power shifts, and the shifts ultimately resulted in global conflict.