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    choice to do right or wrong is a part of that freedom, which is seen in Locke’s belief in the basic rights of individuals to pursue their own self interests in the pursuit of life, liberty and property. I also agree with Locke’s concept that in order for individuals to have individual rights we must also take on the responsibility of respecting the rights of others and that if a government does not respect the individual rights of its citizens, those citizens should reserve the right to…

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    In America the woman in the 1970,s were almost never respected and always limited from being a mother at home as well as their workplace. Woman never had a chance from the start. They were expected to get married in their early 20s and devote her time and energy to running the household. Woman basically had one purpose be the keeper of her kids or her husband. Woman devoted most of their time taking of the kids and spent around 55 hours a week cleaning the house and whatever else she needed to…

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    better quality of life. The gender biases that had relegated women to household duties had also expanded to include obligations to perform duties in industrial factories. The struggle to balance home and work life encouraged women to fight for equal rights and independence from a system of patriarchy. These efforts were especially prominent in Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina, where women joined together and form societies aimed at combating political,…

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    more similar than you think. In fact, chapter one discusses The Logic of American Politics, which lead to the development of The Constitution in chapter two. In relation to that, chapter three explains Federalism, which created the need for Civil Rights. In turn, Chapter five concludes the relationship between the chapters with Civil Liberties. While reading, I have acknowledged that chapters one through five are different in several ways, however, they can be tied together in relation to one…

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    Coates On Race

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    is effecting people. How race can make some people feel inferior to others or even how race can make you fear for your life. One of the major things that Coates discusses is how when he was younger he would walk out of his house and look left and right for danger. He talks about how people never had faith in him throughout his life. How as a kid his mother taught him how to read and write and how by writing about things that he did wrong really made him think about his actions. He also talked…

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    like to improve the way I interact with people, but in order for me to do so I need to know what people really think of my behavior. 3. My core value is prioritizing the value of autonomy over equality, and my primary concern is that of individual rights. I have the belief that the best way to assure that every individual in the community is treated fairly each person must do their part, by following the rules and being responsible for their own ethical behaviors. I prioritize rationality over…

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    established in order to lessen the impact of politics Whether you talk about the attack on Planned Parenthood relating to abortion, the military relating to the rise of power from the military contractors, healthcare, women’s rights, the rights of the LGBT community, or the rights of people who practice non-western religions, these are all extremely polarizing topics within our current society that can have a pragmatic solution that doesn’t just involve what political party a certain person may…

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    safety. "Being on school boundaries you promise to keep weapons and drugs away so they have the right to search you if they have proof, but it can also violate your 4th amendment if they don’t have heavy evidence as of why they're searching you," was said in the article called "Students Have Right Preventing From Unwarranted Searches" by principal John Plafrey (pg. 3). "4th Amendment states: [t]he right of a person to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable…

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    would the world be if there weren’t people that helped fight for civil liberties and civil rights? One might say that white men would still be the only ones with opportunities in the United States because women and slaves would still be treated as property forced to do things they didn’t want to do. Americans have achieved goals expressed by the United States Constitution in some ways like fighting for civil rights, and civil liberties, yet there is still a long way to go in order for everyone…

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    increased social rights and equity through the national goals and rights set forth, towards the poor and the socially disadvantaged, in a particular nation 's constitution. This approach is, in fact, a form of educational borrowing in that it seeks to follow thriving examples of planning that have been employed by other institutions of learning throughout the world. This system is one that is often chosen by education professionals who are interested in the increased social and individual rights…

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