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    Drug Policy Analysis

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    Drug policies have become somewhat of a hot topic of discussion in Europe and the United States and many other countries all over the world. In many countries, there have been debates about the legalization and control of previously or currently illegal substances, and this could change the dynamic of drug consumption and trafficking in the future. In the European Union specifically, there is no unified drug policy that all of the member states must follow. The law is designed so that individual states decide the legislation for drugs. There are two members of the European Union, in particular that have completely different perspectives when it comes to drug policy. The first is Sweden, with its no tolerance policy for drugs of any kind, and…

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    Canadian Political parties are not strictly or permanently based on the political ideologies they are sometime names after. It is true that some begin with the idea of representing a specific ideology, but over time the influence of outside forces and the need to stay relevant in the eyes of the voting population and large organizations, among other things can and often does cause changes and these changes lead to an overall shift in the political parties policy and the founding ideology. The…

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    As of today there are many issue within the government when it comes to the working class. Many of the middle class people believe that the world the are living in is not fair at all. The working class citizens, do all of the same work as the upper class citizens and yet still get treated like they are second class, inferior. As much as one would like to believe that tes have progressed, they havent. When one takes a look back into the standards of the working class in the mid 1940’s until now…

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    Assignment Two With the establishment of a powerful two-party political system in the United States, the Democrats and Republicans – there are vital differences between the two which distinguish one from another and are founded on very powerful beliefs. Both political parties are beneficial to the United States in their own way, and both also have their downfalls. Examples of some different beliefs the two parties have are on tax policy, social issues, labor and free trade, education, and…

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    most influential parties in the American Government are the Republican and Democratic Party. These two parties have very contrasting beliefs. Democrats believe in “the need for intervention by government in the form of more and bigger programs” and agree that there must be fairness in government regulations and freedom of expression. Republicans however, have more conservative values and cultivate the importance of family and the efforts by individuals. They unlike the Democratic Party, prefer…

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    What is my Social Identity? My social identity is begins with my deep family roots in my hometown of Riverview, New Brunswick. My upbringing was centered on my family, I take pride in the fact that I was raised in the same home my father was raised. Staying connected with my small-town family roots has left me humble and modest. Humility is very important for my family, we have created a lot of personal success from our family business Cobb’s Funeral Home and are very thankful to the community…

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    Causes Of Polarization

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    Beyond the debate of whether mass polarization is occurring the literature evaluating the possible causes of polarization. Not taken up in this section is where polarization originates in the mass public or among the elites, either way, the cause and influences are cyclical. Brewer (2005), evaluating the cause of partisanship, notes that as new issues arise party elites become polarized on the issues, which then is transferred to the masses—then the masses polarized creating a cyclical pattern…

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    The second type of accounts I have chosen to talk about is justification. Justification is when an individual accepts full responsibility for the act in question but they disapprove of the quality associated with the act. The type of justification I would like to focus on is denial of victim. The denial of victim is when an individual performs an act and believes it was permissible since the victim deserved the outcome. There are categories of persons that are perceived to deserve injury, and…

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    Political parties are not useful to have at a local government level. Local government exist to provide services and protect property, they are not designed to decide major social policies. If Nanaimo were to be given the task of deciding if our central bank were to go back to using the gold standard to attempt to reduce inflation for the betterment of the poor or other decisions along those lines then it would be useful to elect a party has defined political leanings. Since no city would, and…

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    started the firearm-related bills since 1934. They have organized rifle clubs in many states, as well as the National guard organizations sough NRA advice to improve members ' marksmanship. Because of their obsession with gun control, the NRA greatly affiliated with the Republican Party. The AMA has promoted scientific advancement, improved public health, and invested in the doctor and patient relationship. They also embrace the need for change and believes physician leadership is critical to…

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