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    property. The government is being blamed for allowing the oil companies to continue using and making the supposed dangerous fossil fuels. The judge in this case ruled against the oil companies’ and government’s motion to dismiss the case. U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin of the Federal District Court in Eugene, Oregon in deciding the case will proceed stated, “It may be that eventually the alleged harms, assuming the correctness of plaintiffs’ analysis of the impacts of global climate…

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    Sparta Vs Athens Essay

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    Ancient Greece during the archaic and the classical period consisted mainly of small towns that were called “Polis”. The majority of these “Polis” or towns controlled small regions of land and were populated by some hundreds of citizens. However, the two largest “Polis” known as Athens and Sparta were much more powerful and influential than the rest. In a nutshell, Athens was a democratic and trade focused government while on the other hand Sparta was a military focused society with an oligarchy…

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    With the introduction of the fresh body cam technology in the present community, there has been an increasing debate concerning whether police officers should be authorized to wear body cameras to ensure that their activities are monitored and recorded while they are performing their duties. The debate has become more intense, particularly after the death of Michael Brown that occurred in 2014. Some people believe that the introduction of police body cameras would not bring any change since the…

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    Knowledge Is Power

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    group of men were expected to be well polished and very knowledgeable about the laws that were in place. The final piece of the Roman government set up by their constitution was magistracies, who were elected by the people on one year terms. These magistrates were given the task of handling water supply to his people, roads in and out of his given area, and if necessary to lead an army into battle. Along with these sound ideas, the Roman government was designed for expansion. It was designed to…

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    seek the lower level office. The Democratic structure in Athens was more complicated than the Sparta. It also started with male citizen to participate in debated the law and decisions were made in the assembly (Ekklesia). The assembly elected the Magistrates that had the power to apply the law, selected citizen to the Council (Boule) to prepare the law, and selected jurors to the peoples court (Heliaea). The Athenians debated and passed the law, they believed in the equality of the…

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    In these few weeks of class we began reading through articles with different topics. Two of the articles that got my attention was “ Witchcraft, justice, and Human Rights in Africa: Cases from Malawi” by Adam Ashforth and “Rape as Weapon of War in the Eastern DRC? The Victim 's’ perspective” by Anna Maedl. For each my peers and I have different reactions to what the author is trying to say in their perspective. In Adam Ashforth article, I disagree with the idea that witches do not exist in real…

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    Ostracism In The Agora

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    could have possibly been used as a meeting place for a council or law court. In the northwest corner of the Agora was the Royal Stoa, where the Royal Archon would sit during his year in office. The Royal Archon was one of the three principle magistrates in Athens, whose responsibilities pertained to both religious and legal matters. The stoa is in the Doric style and is relatively small. It was likely constructed in approximately 500 B.C., but it is possible for it to have been constructed…

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    Language and Identity Story I was walking through the streets with a shiv in my back pocket for just self-defence reasons. When this crazy British sheila sees it in me pocket and asks me why I got one. The Brit threatened to call police if I didn’t get rid of it, I refused so she calls the f-ing cops. She told me to stay with here while the heat were coming. After about ten minutes or so, this fat sack of turd started wobbling towards me and I swear the ground began to shake, which is here we…

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    Domestic violence In today’s society Domestic Violence has been recognised as a crime on the increase. Although the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act responds strongly to domestic violence, domestic violence is still a problem and therefore measures beyond the law need to be taken to prevent it. Domestic violence, happens in many forms including physical, emotional and economic violence, and can affect people of any age and gender. It does not have to be within the home to be…

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    This paper is on the history of the Salem Witch Trials, which occurred in Salem Village, Massachusetts, from March to September 1692. The incident began when two young girls, Betty Parris and Abigail Williams started to behave oddly. (Events that changed America) In February of 1962, Parris and Williams began to slip into trances, blurting nonsensical phrases, cowering in corners, and collapsing in epileptic-like fits. The Father of Parris, Reverend Samuel Parris, invited many doctors to his…

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