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Eleanor Roosevelt
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... First Lady. She could not have been more mistaken. As the years passed, 's influence and stature continued to grow. Today, she remains a powerful inspiration to leaders in both the civil rights and women's movements. Eleanor shattered the ceremonial mold in which the role of the First Lady had traditionally been fashioned, and reshaped it around her own skills and her deep commitment to social reform. She gave a voice to people who did not have access to power. She was the first woman to speak in front of a national convention, to write a syndicated column, to earn money as a lecturer, to be a radio commentator an ...




A Different Sort Of Segregatio
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... an 18 year old adult and a 21 year old adult; however, since they are viewed by law as equals shouldn't they have the same privileges? Obviously certain laws that regulate activities by age are necessary. Voting, alcohol, and driving should not be available to people of any age because of the amount of responsibility these activities require. However the segregation between younger and older adults is unwarranted. Up until 1984 the legal drinking age was 18, however Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) spurred a campaign to raise the age limit to 21. They succeeded with the passage of the National Minimum Purch ...




Marbury Vs. Madison (1803)
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... Judiciary Act of 1789 violate the Constitution?This was all taken to the suprme court for an answer.Marbury had the right to the commission, but the Supreme Court did not have the authority to offer him relief because the law which gave the court that authority violated the Constitution. Some of the questions of the arguement were:1) Does Marbury have a right to his commission?2) Do the laws of the country offer him a remedy?3) Can the Supreme Court issue the proper remedy? These ansewers were sought after in the rial and the here are the resaults.Given the nature of the job, once a commission is signed and seale ...




Should Canada Be Allowed To Continue With Genetic Engineering Without Federal Guidelines?
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... Within the last six months (as of this paper being written) there was a baby born in the Calgary hospital with a disease commonly referred to as Boy In The Bubble Disease. The child would have become violently ill within two weeks of It's birth and would have died before it reached one year old. However the parents of this child were told about a highly unprecedented technique that could quite possibly change the baby's future of life or death, they were warned that this method had not been tested on small children, but only laboratory animals. The parents agreed to try it. They allowed Doctor Tom Bowen ...




Government Intervention Of The Internet
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... of the knowledge society. At present, this net is the epitome of the first amendment: free speech. It is a place where people can speak their mind without being reprimanded for what they say, or how they choose to say it. The key to the world-wide success of the Internet is its protection of free speech, not only in America, but not in other countries where free speech is not protected by a constitution. To be found on the Internet is a huge collection of obscene graphics, Anarchists’ cookbooks and countless other things that offend some people. With over 30 million Internet users in the U.S. alone everything i ...




Castro’s Screw Up And Cuba's Economic Crisis
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... embargo, Cuba had to turn to its socialist allies. Between 1960 and 1990 the island received economic assistance totaling approximately $45 billion from the former Soviet Union and its allies (including military aid.) In 1972, Cuba became a member of the former Soviet bloc's Council on Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA) and underwent major structural changes to adapt its trade and industry to the new relationship. By 1987 CMEA countries accounted for over 85% of Cuban trade despite new bilateral accords signed with many countries including Colombia, Mexico, Spain and Venezuela. Although Cuba's revolutionary lead ...




A True Revolution?
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... of an unfair tax system and a poor crop season in 1788. The working class was angry because the food prices had gone up. The middle class had money but didn't have the influence of the nobles. In the 1700's there was a social inequality in France. Taxes and laws varied in each part of France which caused confusion and injustice. Louis XIV and Louis XV both left big debts when they died, and left France practically bankrupt. The country soon went into a financial crisis. Many revolutions happen after rulers begin to lose confidence in themselves and give in to the demands of others or their rivals. The Fren ...




Justice
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... from the "norm" must be corrected. Personal feelings, morality, religious beliefs, and inflammatory, biased feelings towards certain laws cannot supersede the concrete social laws. This type of high emotion was apparent when dealing with the facts in the murder of a Topeka police officer. In the recent trial Steven Shively was prosecuted for shooting a police officer. The prosecutor was caught up in the media and emotional hype of this case. She apparently thought that she could win simply because a police officer was shot and the public was behind her. It was a case of public revenge where the mind- set wa ...




The United Nations
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... Court of Justice, which is located at The Hague, Netherlands. The General Assembly The General Assembly, sometimes called the nearest thing to a world parliament, is the main deliberative body. All Member States are represented in it, and each has one vote. Decisions on ordinary matters are taken by simple majority. Important questions require a two-thirds majority. The Assembly holds its regular sessions from mid-September to mid- December; special or emergency sessions are held when necessary. Even when the Assembly is not in session, its work goes on in special committees and bodies. The ...




Culture Schock
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... different from one’s own. The actual degree of culture shock may vary depending on the differences and similarities between the society studied and the persons’ own society. The symptoms may range from mild irritation to surprise or disgust. (Scupin, 124). Usually after the person experiencing culture shock learns the norms, beliefs, and practices of the community, the psychological disorientation of culture shock begins to diminish. This paper will be based upon culture shock and international business. There are three areas where culture shock could affect you: 1. Emotions-you have to cope with the stress of ...




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