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The Fall Of Communism
Number of words: 1759 - Number of pages: 7

.... the Soviet Union underwent radical changes. In itís new economic doctrines they adopted a mixed economy, which was termed the New Economic Policy. This economy called for some private owner but the government controlled the majority of production. Leninís government made many achievements. It ended a long civil was against the remains of old Czarist military system and established institutions in government. Lenin died in 1924, and was quickly followed by Joseph Stalin as head of the soviet Communist Party. Stalin became the most powerful man in Russia. .....

Affirmative Action
Number of words: 1066 - Number of pages: 4

.... systems in minority communities, but don't give jobs of deserving people to minorities to eliminate discrimination. does not eliminate discrimination. By highlighting the fact that some groups of people because of their sex, color, or origin, need special rules to advance in our society, only increases discrimination. Those people who are denied employment or education at the school of their choice because a certain number of minorities must be admitted, are undeniably hostile towards the groups that they see as "taking their jobs." If we continue to stres .....

A Democratic Society
Number of words: 1767 - Number of pages: 7

.... along with health, intelligence, and emotional balance. For most of us, living amidst inequality is common. Equality is said to be having the same rights and freedoms as everyone else. In modern society this is very true to a certain extent. The only thing equal about people is that we are all born and eventually we all die. In North America, I believe that equality among people is nearly impossible. The education is the main source of the problem. Education itself created inequality between children at an early age. Since no two persons are created equa .....

Social Darwinsim History
Number of words: 2518 - Number of pages: 10

.... like it has never seen before. New patents and inventions flourished. New products flooded the market. While thousands of poor, hungry, and unemployed crowded the streets, the rich were busy displaying their enormous wealth. Even though the need for reform was overwhelming, for the majority of Americans, nothing was being done. The big bosses were able to buy off the politicians and persuade them to vote in their favor. While the rich were getting richer, and the poor getting poorer, the politicians watched. The need for a justification of the enormous we .....

Bill Clinton - Redefines Democratic-Republican
Number of words: 1018 - Number of pages: 4

.... (Miller 4). However, after close scrutiny, the economic woes of the approaching millennium were projected as "higher then we thought it would be" (Miller 4). In fact, "in the twelve years before Clinton took office, the deficit quadrupled in size" (deficit 1). As a result, Clinton must engage in creative cost cutting techniques to keep the budget under control. Money afforded to state and local governments for development programs, such as those which relieve "urban blight," will eventually be cut by two-thirds, a third more then Gingrich's last congre .....

The Death Penalty For Justice And Safety
Number of words: 1653 - Number of pages: 7

.... for the brutal rape and murder of 13 year old Jonathan A. Hall. Murray, who lived in the same neighborhood as Jonathan, had been in and out of prison, mostly in, since 1970. His prior convictions include murder, malicious wounding, and kidnapping. He once slashed a cab driverís throat and left him for dead. Yet he was out on mandatory parole. Twenty-five yearsí worth of victims, but Virginia set him free. Murray now faces life without parole. Jonathan was denied his life because a killer was turned loose rather than executed. If Murray had faced justice after .....

Civil Disobeiance
Number of words: 281 - Number of pages: 2

.... penalty like imprisonment. Henry David Thoreau was born in 1817 at Concord, Massachusetts. He was Educated at Harvard University. During his early years Henry spent most of his time walking in the wilderness or talking with his mentor and friend Ralph Waldo Emerson. In July of 1846, Henry needed his shoes which had holes in them repaired. After the cobbler repaired the shoes Henry exited the store and was approached by Sam Staples, the town constable. Sam asked Henry to pay his poll tax. Henry intentionally did not pay his taxes because the revenues were used to help finance the United States war with Mex .....

Teenage Violence In Schools
Number of words: 1402 - Number of pages: 6

.... that his behavior is acceptable. Also, a child thinks that the people that are supposed to love him donít even care that he is doing something bad so he will continue to do it. Teenagers also commit acts of violence to get their parentsí attention. If parents ignore what their teenagers are doing, then the teenagers will continue to do more negative things just to get their parents to notice them. Another reason why family lifestyle is a cause to teen violence is, if the teenager is abandoned at a young age than there is no one to teach him wrong and right (Kim 8 .....

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