Term Papers on Legal and Government
Police Work And Related Fields
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.... This new program is the starting stages and already it has had great
reviews and great public support, as it brings the police closer to the
community. Another part of this community based policing is that there are crime
prevention comities that are run by various community groups that have monthly
meetings with the police. A police officer starts their career with on the job
training and then they move on to become a constable where they must be able to
relocate to any part of the country where they are positioned. In order for an
officer to advance t .....
The NAFTA Scam
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.... working for American, Canadian or Mexican workers
NAFTA's impact on American workers
American workers know what has happened to them because of NAFTA: loss of
jobs and a decline in living standards. How could NAFTA have such a
devastating impact on American workers?
In 1993, the year before NAFTA was passed, the U.S. had a $1.7 billion
trade surplus with Mexico. This means that Mexicans were buying more
American goods than Americans were buying from Mexico.
After NAFTA, however, the situation was reversed. American business fled to
Mexico in search of lower w .....
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.... an addiction.
Although many people know roughly where comes from, not as many know how it is transformed from a flower to an illegal street drug. The entire metamorphosis starts with the opium poppy plant. This flower is grown chiefly by impoverished farmers in remote regions of the world. The opium poppy flourishes in the dry, warm climates of countries such as Turkey, Pakistan, Laos and Colombia. After three months, the flower’s petals fall away, exposing an egg-shaped seed pod. The opaque, milky sap is extracted from the seed pod by slitting it vertically i .....
Cloning Is Ethically And Moral
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.... done if human cloning became a reality is obvious when one looks at the sheer loss of life that occurred before the birth of Dolly. Less than ten percent of the initial transfers survive to be healthy creatures. There were 277 trial implants of nuclei. Nineteen of those 277 were deemed healthy while the others were discarded. Five of those nineteen survived, but four of them died within ten days of birth of sever abnormalities. Dolly was the only one to survive (Fact: Adler 1996). If those nuclei were human, "the cellular body count would look like sheer carnag .....
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.... In an environment such as a college or university, parties are commonplace for students. It is a place where friends can gather, listen to loud music, and get loaded. Typically, a man will coerce a woman back to his apartment or dorm. This is dangerous for both parties. The man may think that the woman is leading him on, that if she agrees to go with him that it is an invitation to have sex. If the female seems to be enjoying kissing or fooling around with the guy, he may think she is teasing him if she decides to stop. The man may feel angry or rejected if thi .....
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.... The owners thought women could do the work just as well as or better than men. In addition, they were more “docile” and “compliant”. Therefore, many women workers were hired during the progressivism era. Even though the wage was low, working hours were long and working condition was less than satisfactory, these women had no choice but to work, for they need to support their family. The tale of Rose Stokes is a good example. The factory owners were getting richer and richer, by cutting wages, and providing less compensation for his workers. Many times, women we .....
To Clone Or Not To Clone
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.... believes that cloning deserves a chance to be developed in humans. Macklin talks about Human Clones not being accepted as human beings. She states that an ethicist said once, that human cloning would be a violation to "the right to genetic identity" (Perspectives of Contemporary Issues, pg. 508). Macklin doubts about the exsistence of this right. She explains many points about Human Cloning and about ethics. One of the points she mentiones, is about the violation to human dignity. Theologians say that cloning would be a violation to dignity and also that cloned .....
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of the drugs become prime targets for assault for carrying extremely valuable
goods. The streets become battlegrounds for competing dealers because a
particular block or corner can rake in thousands of extra dollars a day. Should
drugs be legalized, the price would collapse, and so would the drug-related
motivations to commit crime. A pack of cocaine becomes no more dangerous to
carry than a pack of cigarettes. The streets would be safer to walk, as
criminal drug dealers are pushed from the market.
Legalization would also deflate prison overcrowdi .....