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    SECURE AND EFFICIENT PRIORITY BASED PROTOCOL FOR VANETs ABSTRACT: Vehicular specially appointed system (VANET) is an imperative segment of Intelligent Transportation System. The fundamental favorable position of vehicular specially appointed system (VANET) correspondence is found in dynamic wellbeing frameworks that expansion security by trading alerted messages between vehicles. In this paper, we propose the stream of bundles which is controlled by characterizing the parcels into classes in view of some settled need. A protected system is conveyed by securing couple of substances of parcel like information, source and grouping number. Systems powerless against assaults like refusal of administration, man in the center and so forth are taken care of. Keywords: VANET, security, malicious node. 1. INTRODUCTION: Astute Transportation Systems (ITS) have been…

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    Politics have been a part of life here on Earth ever since God created the world and everything in it. In the United States of America, our political history has been defined by many different structures with different aspects or components attached. In the article "Suffrage Classes and Party Alignments: A Study in Voter Behavior," Richard P. McCormick states his own idea of the structure of politics during the 1800’s, saying, “The traditional ingredients of American political history have…

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    between Great Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union. The Cold War got its name from the countless empty threats from both sides. The tensions between the communists and non-communist countries started even before World War 2 ended. This war was a fight over spreading or containing communism. The Soviets wanted to spread communism and Great Britain and the Untied States wanted to contain communism in Korea and Latin America. By doing this the United States supported third world…

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    The Mexican-American war was the first time for the United States to successfully obtain the neighboring territory by launching the war. The result of the war was that Mexico lost more than half of the land and plenty of natural resources. It seriously influenced the normal development of the Mexican economy, and it also caused the political reform in Mexico. It promoted the formation and development of the great economic power of the United States, and intensified the industrial capitalist…

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    In classic republicanism, the state of nature is men are corruptible; therefore, government steps in to guard individual rights and encourage civil virtues. According to The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America, it states, “We the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union… promote the general Welfare, and secure the blessing of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity…” America was founded on the principles that the people would need to be virtuous…

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    High School Dropout Crisis

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    the most common reasons for high school dropouts are no one cares if the student attended school, failing too many classes, had to work to provide…

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    In the coming months millions of students will log on to their schools website and register for classes. Some go to college because it is expected of them. Some do it because they want a good job, while others go to college because they love knowledge. There are vocational schools, community colleges and four year universities. The one thing they all have in common is; they cost money. After paying tuition a student must now pay for books, food, supplies and rent. For many this is too much and…

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    John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was born May 29th, 1917 and died November 22nd, 1963. Kennedy being the youngest president elected, his wife and himself gave a youthful energy to the White House. Although he lived a short life he was able to accomplish much, especially during his presidency. In the 1960 election, John F. Kennedy won over Richard Nixon. During his inaugural speech one of his main points was when he said, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but…

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    During the 1960’s the United States faced two major movements that were different but similar. These two movements were fighting for the same goal, both communities wanted to achieve political, economic and social equality for the best interest of their people. These two major groups were the Chicano People’s movement and the Black Power Movement. Two movements composed of different people who shared the same ideologies but mainly self-determination. They shared similar experiences on which they…

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    “Voices of Protest: Huey Long, Father Coughlin, & the Great Depression”, by Alan Brinkley, explains the journey, ambition, and purposes of two of the most infamous and memorable political leaders of the 1930’s, Huey Long and Father Coughlin, during one of the most challenging and memorable periods of America’s history. The text expresses the struggles and adversities during profound economic depression and political hardship with the helpful, yet also hindering, part Long and Coughlin played in…

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