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    Government has been a necessity for man for as long as recorded history and this is because mankind cannot effectively regulate themselves . In the words of James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, “If men were angels, no government would be necessary” (Alexander, Madison 51). That is not the case in today's society, nor will it ever be under those circumstances. Since government is vital to the success of the country as a whole, what way, size, or fashion would be the most efficient and beneficial to the people? The United States government as it stands today is considered a big government. The size of the government is too large and should be restricted to a smaller government. What is the criteria for a small government? A small government…

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    I think it is really not fair to make a broad statement regarding whether or not regulations are regulated enough. There are areas where each opinion may ring true. In some circumstances, government regulations have been restrictive and harmed small businesses. However, there are areas where regulations have been lax and shareholders, the community, and the environment have been damaged. An area where the government regulations are stifling is for small businesses. Compliance reform exerts…

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    Meyer. This quote encases Meyer’s ideology. Meyer went on a true pursuit of freedom and came to his own conclusion as a collection of libertarian and traditionalist beliefs (Dionne). Meyer defines freedom as the minimization of the use of coercion by the state in its essential role of preventing one person 's freedom from intruding upon another 's. He believes the state’s main function is to protect freedom and leave virtue to individuals. This has the small government aspect of libertarians and…

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    Energy Consultants, LLC is a small startup company specializing in residential energy audits and like any company have some strengths and weaknesses. The company has one employee and started with performing one audit per week which after two weeks increased to around five energy audits a week throughout southeastern Connecticut. Energy Consultants LLC works very hard in doing their job well. They do this by keeping up with the latest trends and technology by attending training seminars and…

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    owned or small family businesses were the norm. In today’s business world, however, corporations far outnumber small businesses. There are many differences between the two such as government assistance available, and perhaps the most important difference of how they impact the economy. Entrepreneurs are hardworking, determined individuals. They have to be in order to start their own businesses, and continue to be in order to make that business thrive.…

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    Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), during the period of Q3 of 2012 to Q1 of 2014, the unemployment rate of New Zealand has gone down 7.2% to 5.9% while the employment rate has increased from 72.2 to 74.5 over the last 4 years. New Zealand is a country with a population of around 4.5 million (Data on New Zealand, 2014). Out of this population 584,000 people employed in 460,000 small businesses around New Zealand and most of the other portion of the population employed in large…

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    recommended cutting Sunday penalty rates as they stated that the demand for consumer services has grown substantially and the ‘high’ penalty rates on Sunday appears to be unsustainable, especially for small businesses. They proposed that the reduction in Sunday penalty rates will stimulate job creation for both existing and potential employees. While there is an instant drop in hourly rate, employees have the opportunity to receive more work hours and shifts, which effectively increases their…

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    believe in the concept of Small-Scale Industries. Whatever the country decides to do, there always seems to be one that is more beneficial, and in most cases, it is the presence of Small-Scale Industries. Small-Scale Industries are full of benefits and need to be present for a country to thrive. Because Small-Scale Industries are so beneficial for the economy and the country as a whole, there should be better regulations for Small-Scale Industries to allow them to thrive. Small-Scale…

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    1). Based on our discussion of various types of malicious attacks (Chapter 11), which two or three of them do you consider to be the most significant threat against government and political organizations, and why? Which threats may not be as great of a risk for those organizations, and why? Malicious attacks tend to forcefully take advantage of or abuse some other ’innocent’ person’s computer with the intention of stealing the individual 's information or tamper with the functionality of the…

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    The Effects of Small and Large Businesses Small and large businesses both affect the average American every day, why is this and why is there so much competition between the two? The question is always asked, “Which are better, small businesses or large businesses”? People always like to assume the bigger the better, but is this true? Does bigger always mean better? So many comparisons are made, including, the effect the company has on the economy, the effect the business has on its employees,…

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