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Racism - The Future
Number of words: 2022 - Number of pages: 8

.... Then the movement took place when Rosa Parks wouldn’t give up her seat to a white man on a bus. At the time she was tired of the treatment her and fellow African-Americans were getting. She said she was tired and on this fateful day she bgan the turning wheels of the Civil Rights Movement. The Civil Rights Movement took place and gave blacks their future as they have now. It gave them the freedom that they deserved and needed. They were given the ability to vote; not having to be separated in such insane ways against whites, as they were. Positive helpers in t .....

Social Security In The Future? Maybe Not
Number of words: 2418 - Number of pages: 9

.... I retired. They obviously lied and now I have nothing. Moments later I hear music its my alarm clock. It was only a dream its April 1996 and I'm 18. The article about the Social Security in the paper had me thinking and I must have a bad dream. The Presidential election will be coming up this November ‘96 and the question that many of Americans have on their mind is what are you going to about the Social Security crisis? This question has our nation divided between generations. The elder people of our nation (ages 50 and up) feel confident that Social .....

Political Philosophy Of Thomas
Number of words: 1336 - Number of pages: 5

.... the social machine. Therefore he wants to examine this cogs to achieve an understanding of the social mechanism, and does this by looking at the psychology of the mind. Hobbes is both an empirist and a materialist. Empirists believe that sense gives all knowledge. Generally, they do not believe in astrology, god, electrons etc. Their philosophy is summed up by saying that all things that give true knowledge can be sensed. Materialists believe that all things in existence are physical matter. In other words, the soul and the spirit do not exist. Therefore Hob .....

The Factors That Gave Rise To Japanese Militarism
Number of words: 585 - Number of pages: 3

.... traditionalist ideas of self-sacrifice and obedience. Thus ideas that were originally propagated to mobilize support for the Meiji government were easily diverted to form broad support for foreign militarism. Japanese society also still held many of the remnants of feudal culture such as strong confusion beliefs that stressed support for social order and lack of emphasis on individualist values. These values taught obedience not to a democratic but to the emperor; so the fact that the militaristic government of the 1930's ruled under the emperor meant that the .....

Heroin Abuse
Number of words: 768 - Number of pages: 3

.... must now ask the question, are we going to stand staunch in policies which have proved to be unsuccessful or are we going to take a brave leap into a more hopeful future? There is great fear reverberating through the community; fear of stepping into a more open and frightening, yet decidedly more promising way of tackling the issue. Reform does not mean, as opposers argue, condoning the use of drugs. It means accepting that drugs are part, admittedly an unfortunate part, of our society which will not simply ‘go away’. The refreshingly new ideas of controlled he .....

Should Defense Spending Be Decreased
Number of words: 1291 - Number of pages: 5

.... and military hardware. Without the threat of nuclear war with Russia, the United States should not need to spend as much money as it had in the past to protect against a threat that no longer existed. Anti-missile defense systems could be eliminated or scaled back, fewer troops would need to be kept on alert, and antiquated hardware could be destroyed and need not be replaced. The Center for Defense Information, a Washington D.C. think tank, points out that the US was able to defeat Iraq in 1991 using only 17 percent of active and reserve personnel and approxima .....

Massachusetts Juvenile Justice
Number of words: 3140 - Number of pages: 12

.... legislation that, among other things, abolishes the trial de novo system in the juvenile courts, requires the trial of juveniles charged with murder, manslaughter, aggravated rape, forcible rape of a child, kidnaping, assault with intent to rob or murder and armed burglary in adult court and permits prosecutors to open to the public juvenile proceedings when they seek an adult sentence. Although proponents tout these measures as a sagacious solution for the vexatious problem of juvenile delinquency, abolishing the trial de novo system, providing for automatic a .....

Number of words: 887 - Number of pages: 4

.... understand the sociology of in order to effectively work towards the elimination of it. Despite the necessity for prevention, it must focus on eliminating the conditions in society which make women easy targets for . Victim control teaches women to avoid , but doesn't reduce the threat of . Furthermore, cannot always be avoided, no matter what precautions the woman takes. It also puts part of the responsibility and blame for on the victim. Rapist control confuses prosecutions with prevention. There is little evidence that punishment serves as a deterrent. .....

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