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    Both science and technology had a very profound role on the East India Company’s (EIC) rule over India, as well as added to the economy. Some background – with the EIC’s help, the British first took over areas in India starting with Bengal, located in northeast India today, and then moving down to the southern parts of India as well. They acquired some more territories in northern India after. Expansion to India eventually slowed down; however, once they stopped acquiring as much territory, they began to become much more involved in the lives of the residents of India at the time. The British started to establish the sub-continent by applying new technology with the ‘great surveys’, and applying science with the onset of steam power. Towards the end of the 1800’s, the British believed that they’d established the area and felt like they’d inserted (among Indians) the desire to be reformed. Without the presence of the East India Company, India would have struggled to develop. The English East India Company was able to add to the economy as well as govern India more effectively because of the…

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    Chief Legislator Role

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    1. The Chief Legislator is the most important role of the governors in today’s world They take the lead in lawmaking activities, and involve themselves in the laws passed by the state legislative body. The environment that the Chief Legislator works in is often a conflict environment and is often in constant divisiveness. Agenda Setting is the first step in the process of policy making. This position places items on the agenda for government action, these items are usually ones that affect the…

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    the Canadian wanted to protect their culture because One of the most prominent conflicts with implications for cultural concerns that turned into a trade dispute concerned the selling of magazines in Canada. Today, 89 percent of magazines sold in Canada are foreign, most of which are American. In spite of the low proportion of domestically produced magazines in Canada, the Canadian government has nonetheless identified the production of magazines as an important touchstone of Canadian national…

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    and President of United States, we need to look at their system of Government, roles of both Prime Minster of Canada and President of United States on legislative power, party discipline, appointive power, influence, and military power, and ability to implement their agenda. If we want to know more about the powers and role of Prime Minster of Canada and President of United States, we have to first look at their system of Government. When we look at the political system of government, we will…

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    Mackenzie King's Analysis

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    Mackenzie King helped Canada break free of Britain’s reins as Canada’s Government wanted to have a new national identity without being linked to the United Kingdom. Although Canada had gained independence in 1867, Canada was ruled by the commonwealth and was unable to make its own decisions until, Mackenzie King decided to do things differently when it came to World War II. Due to Canada having good relations internally with the minority (French Canadians), it changed the way people viewed…

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    Running Head: The Canadian Magazine Dispute 1 The Canadian Magazine Dispute Student University of the People The Canadian Magazine Dispute 2 To what extent do you think the U.S.-Canadian magazine dispute was motivated by genuine desires to protect Canadian culture? Canada has a deep and abiding passion to safeguard their heritage. Nearly one hundred years of persistent advocacy continue to permeate the land to defend their right to block all efforts to…

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    Canada, both now and in the past, has been able to have a significant impact on many aspects of Afghan life and on Afghanistan as a whole. This nation managed to do this by working hard in order to increase the number of participants enlisted in Afghanistan's armed forces. Canada also put forth endless hours and incorporated many different departments in helping with the mission in Afghanistan. On top of that, this country broke down the resistant barriers of the terrorist groups, Afghani…

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    Georges Vanier Biography

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    Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Governor-General Georges-Phileas Vanier on March 5, 1967. The night before he had told Prime Minister Lester Pearson by phone that, though his health was frail, he was prepared to soldier on through Canada’s Centennial Year. But on Sunday morning, after Mass in the chapel he had installed in Rideau Hall when he began his term of office, he died. Vanier was the nineteenth person to hold the office of Governor-General of Canada and the first…

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    Earlier, the East India Company was mainly concerned with carrying on its business in India i.e., it was mainly concerned with trade and commerce in India. Towards the end of the 18th century the East India Company assumed real power after the Battle of Plassey and Buxar in 1764. Its administration was however in the hands of the people of commerce whose main interest was in making money for serving their own vested interests rather than providing the people under their jurisdiction with an…

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    In 1757, the historic battle of Plassey, a small town 150 km north of Calcutta in Bengal, changed the course of Indian history. The East India Company led by Robert Clive defeated the Nawab of Bengal, Siraj Ud- Daulah and his French allies. This marked the emergence of British rule in India as the East India Company emerged as a powerful force in Bengal. In 1761, the Maratha Empire that had become formidable in central and western India suffered massive defeat against Afghan forces led by Ahmad…

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