• Napoleon Rest Of Europe
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    In the early 19 th century a man by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte led a Coup D'etat that created a new government in France. This new government started out with a tribunal leadership, which Napoleon was first consul, and later changed to an empire with Napoleon as emperor. Some people believe that he made the revolution better and expanded the revolution but this is not true. The facts, when closely looked at, prove that Napoleon effectively destroyed the revolution by telling the people of hi...
  • Communism United State
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    Communism People all over the world look to the United States for the latest trends, fashions, and technology. The United States have set all these standards during the majority of the last century, by being a government that represents freedom. All over the world people who were trapped in Communist governments hope that one day they too can be as fortunate as the people living in America; to them this freedom is part of their American Dream. The world during most of this and last century was r...
  • Declaration Of Independence Today
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    A Latin statement commonly used in the Middle Ages to define the purpose of government reads: proper jura, non po testas prater jura. This succinct statement translates to mean, "service to and for the sake of rights, not a power exercised beyond or outside of rights." This age-old definition of what gains a government should work toward, coupled with a belief in the importance of universal rights, provided in essence the backbone of the American Declaration of Independence. However, Thomas Jeff...
  • Human Rights Government Natural Moral
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    It seems as though the concept of natural rights have lost credibility due to its shift from the people? s hands to the government? s advantage. During the world? s history, people have realized and identified what is necessary in order to lead a minimally good life. These essential elements have become moral truths, also known as natural justice. ? [Natural [justice] is that which has the same validity everywhere and does not depend upon acceptance. ? (Nicomachea n Ethics, 189 Aristotle). There...