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  • Unemployment In America Pros And Cons

    then cutting government spending on National Security. No, maybe there are jobs but people don’t have the skills. Then we also hear in the news about the uncountable number of immigrants in the United States. Should we hold them accountable for the issue about unemployment here in…

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  • Hillary Clinton Research Paper Topics

    The year of 2016 is quite unique because it holds so many monumental moments for the United States during the presidential race . This year every registered voter in America gets to take part in choosing the next president of the United States. The race for president in 2016 has already held so many surprises and it still has more to come. It is quite common for candidates to come from similar backgrounds, qualities, and political experience. Except, from the pool of candidates this year the…

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  • See Jane Run: Women Politicians As Role Models For Adolescents

    Breaking into the Boy’s Club In the fall of 2013, the United States Congress was unable to pass the fiscal budget for the year. The result of this was a government shutdown, that caused non-essential workers to be sent home, national parks were closed to the public and government programs were subject to temporally losing funding. The atmosphere in Washington, D.C. was one of indignation and outrage. The Democrats and Republicans refused to work together to find a solution. Well, the parties’…

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  • What Is The Difference Between Obama's Speech On Budgeting And Recovery

    On February 24, 2009, just over a month after becoming President of the United States of America, President Barack Obama stood and gave his first State of the Union address. In his speech, he presented to the public some of his goals as President to help pull America out of the economic recession. He presented specific ideas in areas such as budgeting and economic recovery, health care, and education. Now, nearly seven years later, we can look back and evaluate how his goals have been met.…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Margaret Chase Smith's Declaration Of Conscience

    Smith’s Urgent Declaration Throughout the 1950’s, a Red Scare movement caused mass panic among Americans, led by the Senate accusing innocent citizens of supporting communism, which ruined the careers and lives of many. The Republican minority attacked the Democratic administration during this movement, criticizing the government for its lack of strong leadership. In her “Declaration of Conscience,” Margaret Chase Smith pressures the current administration to improve its leadership through the…

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  • Boston Tea Tax Essay

    Great Britain placed tariffs on the United States that will play a big role in history. The sugar act was a tax/tariff placed on the United States and colonists by the British to raise revenue(The American Revenue Act of 1764). The sugar act was a tax places on sugar, and molasses. The colonist were angry about the sugar act mostly due to economic consequences which made prices 3 cents (The American Revenue Act of 1764s ). This is one of the many taxes that will go on during this period. The…

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  • Argumentative Essay: What Is The Electoral College?

    who choose who the leader of the United States will be. The arrangements for the constituent school are found in Article 2 of the Constitution: "Each State might designate, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may coordinate, a Number of Electors, equivalent to the entire Number of Senators and delegates to which the State might be entitled in the Congress: yet no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, should be selected an…

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  • Compare And Contrast Bill Obama And Bill Clinton

    economic plan and to get into the peak of its expansion because of the highly deficit budgetary in United States. However, Clinton convinced Congress to increase taxes on upper class or wealthy people and to reduce government spending which generally hurt lower class people. This economic plan lowered the deficit and finally…

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  • Separation Of Power

    Greece where for the first time the state was divided into branches, each having separate and independent powers and areas of responsibility. In its ideal form, the system is supposed to ensure that “the powers of one branch are not in conflict with the powers associated with the other branches.”(Czarny, 2016) Typically, the power is divided between three branches- legislature, executive, and judiciary as it is the case with the American system. In the United States, the legislative branch is…

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  • Myanmar Case Study

    17th that they were lifting sanctions on 10 state-run companies and banks in the effort of recognizing Myanmar’s strides toward a democratic government, the country that formerly knew as Burma. The motion will take effect on Wednesday, May 18th, by removing the sanction, it will allow individuals, banks and companies to do business with all Burmese financial institutions, making the flow of exports in and out of Myanmar more accessible. They will be removing few state-owned business and banks in…

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