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    Hillary vs. Bernie Everywhere we look, the middle class is squeezed out of existence by employers who shrink benefits and pay, eliminate jobs, fear-pressure their staff to work illegally without overtime pay. The redistribution of income to the top 1% continues unabated. Student loans in the US are choking our future. Medical bankruptcies darken the days of those who most need some light. Some things are very wrong in this country, and these are mainly the same things that work well for our…

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    largely concerned with the distribution of property. Under Nozick’s theory the state has the authority to prohibit the use of fraud and force, enforce contracts and protect property. Nozick does not believe in the redistribution of wealth by the state, or any sort of redistribution of property in order to create an equal state. Nozick states that “resources should be distributed by the operation of a free market: the resulting distribution is just if it results from a series of voluntary…

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    During class on October 16, after Chris B. recapped the previous class, Gwen presented on Sara Ahmed’s “Happy Objects” and “Feminist Killjoys.” At the end of her presentation, the discussion started by responding to her first question: how should we understand happiness labor? In responding to this question, Ela suggested that we look at the different spheres in which emotion work operates. Ela used the example of Hochschild’s book, The Managed Heart in which there is the private emotion work…

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    Food Shift/OUSD Green Gloves Food Recovery and Donation Program Last year, Food Shift in partnership with Oakland Unified School District started a project in order to reduce food waste in Oakland. The project lasted about 12 months. The decision started based on the statistics from 2002 USDA report that school cafeterias waste food, and that waste sums to around $600 million each year. Kelly ErnstFriedman was the director of this project and kindly explained the pilot project May 2013 – June…

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    greyish coloration that gradually fades to a brown pigmentation over a period of minutes to days. The response depends on the amount of exposure to radiation as well as skin type. The response is cause by the oxidation of pre-existing melanin and redistribution of melanosomes. Depending on skin type, the visibility of the tan can be almost unnoticeable in fair skin types whereas darker skin types, types IV-VI, it is easily noticeable (Agar and Young,…

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    1. Analyze the causes of the economic stagnation that afflicted many of the new states following independence. Despite the excitement from the newfound independence of many Latin American states, the turmoil continued even after the independence revolutions in many states. A major contributing factor to the continued commotion was the debilitating economic stagnation throughout Latin America. Although some nations including Brazil, Chile, and Argentina underwent economic advances following the…

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    unfortunate depiction illustrating the underprivileged has created personal burdens and disadvantages among the poor. Bell believes equality from the government and “working class” could link progressive change among a social culture to provide redistribution amidst community wealth. Unfortunately, if modern society opposes constructively changing ways the poor are represented, then the poor culture will continued to be misconstrued by society, mass media, and the destitute themselves. Today’s…

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    One of such downfalls is that electoral districts, one of the most essential parts of the voting system, have many flaws. Electoral districts are essential because each district has an election and the party that wins the most districts then wins the election. The first of such flaws is gerrymandering. The dictionary definition of gerrymandering is, “To divide [a geographic area] into voting districts in a way that gives one party an unfair advantage in elections” (“Gerrymandering”). The term…

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    Spanish settler demonstrates genuine concern for the Native population's well-being, through analyzing his focus on the settler's point of view, losing of profits, and his ethnocentrism, it becomes clear that he is actually angry that the Natives' redistribution and deaths limit his possible profits in the colony.…

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    NATO And The Warsaw Pact

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    Explain the reasons why NATO increased and gained new members while the Warsaw Pact remained the same. NATO: In 1949, the United States and 11 other Western nations were afraid the further Communist expansion, so they created the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Its original members were Belgium, Canada, Denmark,France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States. THE WARSAW PACT The Soviet Union and its Communist…

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