Term Papers on Legal and Government
Capital Punishment: For
Number of words: 421 - Number of pages: 2
.... out raged many people, including Mr. Clauss. Just sit here and think
how he feels. His daughter was just brutully murdered... and on top of all this
he has to control his rage in the court room. Put your self in shoes for a
minute, would you really want this man back on the streets on parolle for good
behavior in prison. Would you find any relief in knowing he is locked up in a
comfy jail cell with cable tv, and recieving a chance for parolle in 20 or so
years. No this man needs to be on death row, awaiting execution.
Rehabilitation isn't used .....
The Stalking Of Celebrities
Number of words: 1213 - Number of pages: 5
.... the threat.4 Being famous
increasingly means living in fear.5 There is an estimated 200,00 stalkers
in the United States. Seventeen percent of the stalker's victims are
“Stalking of celebrities is not done by your average autograph
hound.7 The stalking behavior due to delusional disorders affects 3 out of
every 10,000 people and only 1%-2% of all mental patients,” Dietz says. “
But it is increasing as our culture promotes celebrities as the religion of
“The knowing of the habits and secrets of celebrities has become a
What Role Should The U.S. Play In World Defense?
Number of words: 2523 - Number of pages: 10
.... Act was forced to tell
the American people how much money it spent on the protection of our
country since last year alone. The amount? A whopping $4 billion dollars.
Since we won our independence from Great Britain in 1776, we as a
nation have been involved in 5 major wars since the turn of the century,
and ask yourself this question: How many of these wars directly affected
our own national security, and put the American people as a whole at great
risk? All of these wars have been fought on other soil, the United States
has not seen a war on our own .....
Analysis Of The Immigration Problem
Number of words: 1996 - Number of pages: 8
.... organization projects a twenty-year increase of 600 to 700 million people who will be seeking jobs. Eighty-eight percent of the world's population growth takes place in the Third World. More than a billion people today are paid about 150 dollars a year, which is less than the average American earns in a week. And growing numbers of these poorly paid Third World citizens want to come to the United States.
In the 1970s, all other countries that accept immigrants started controlling the number of people they would allow into their countries. The United St .....
The Red Scare
Number of words: 1699 - Number of pages: 7
.... the nineteen-
fifties reached. The results of the Cold War against communism had quite
an opposite effect compared to its original intentions of preserving
freedom during the red scare.
The early 1950's was a time of emotional stress for much of the
United States. With the USSR and the USA emerging from the second World War
as major world powers, neither wished to give up their newly acquired land.
Both countries following imperialist ideas attempted to spread their
government across the world. America, insecure about its power to uphold a
democratic governmen .....
Number of words: 792 - Number of pages: 3
.... complain that morphine and cocaine are legal and are very dangerous drugs, that brings up the question why not legalize marijuana as medical drug which is proven to be less dangerous than cocaine and morphine. Lobbying groups in a San Diego, California , council committee unanimously voted to urge president Bill Clinton and congress to end federal restrictions against the use of marijuana for " legitiment medical use." City council women Christine kehoe said she wanted the city of San Diego "to go on the record we support the medical use marijuana.; marijuan .....
Number of words: 2101 - Number of pages: 8
.... and Greeks all executed citizens for a variety of crimes. The most famous people to be executed are Socrates and Jesus. Only in England, during the reigns of King Canute (1016-1035) and William the Conqueror (1066-1087) was the death penalty not used, although the results of interrogation and torture were often fatal (Kronenwetter 12). Later, Britain reinstated the death penalty and brought it to its American colonies.
Although the death was widely accepted throughout the early United States, not everyone approved of it. In the late-eighteen century, opposit .....
Introduction To Public Choice Theory
Number of words: 2127 - Number of pages: 8
.... directed toward the study of politics. I would think you would be immediately puzzled by this, since most universities already have a Political Science department. The problem is that until Public Choice Theory came along, universities did not teach the way politics actually functions but, instead, taught the way it should work ideally or the way they wished it would work. This practice of teaching what should be rather than what is is fairly common at universities and continues to this day at most universities in politics as well as other disciplines. Fortunate .....