• Response Of Law To New Technology Contraception
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    The rapid advances in science and medicine since 1950, and especially the advances in computer technology since 1980, have revolutionized the way society functions. It is widely recognized that our society is making a transition from the industrial manufacturing age to an information age. In contrast, the U. S. Constitution and most of our common law was written when people lived in an agrarian economy prior to 1850. Law has been slow to adapt to the choices posed by technology. While I believe...
  • Transition Services Student Students School
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    The completion of high school is the beginning of adult life. Entitlement to public education ends, and young people and their families are faced with many options and decisions about the future. The most common choices for the future are pursuing vocational training or further academic education, getting a job, and living independently. For students with disabilities, these choices may be more complex and may require a great deal of planning. Planning the transition from school to adult life be...
  • Sophocles Antigone State Law
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    The Power of Choice Choices affect all of our lives. We are always faced with choices. What we do with those choices will determine how are lives will turn out, what destiny lies before us and even what will become of us. The choices we make are in our complete control. Whether we make choices during the heat of the moment or with an open mind there are going to be consequences that follow whether good or bad are can only be blamed on us. Sophocles's Antigone portrays human emotions and conseque...
  • Clarence Darrow Trial State Brian
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    William Jennings Brian was an American political leader, editor, and lecturer who was born in 1860. In 1891, he served as a member of the U. S House of Representatives from Nebraska for four years. While he was a member, he was also a leader of the movement for the unlimited coinage of silver. In 1896, he gave a speech known as the "cross of gold" at a national convention. He was then nominated for presidency, but was defeated by William McKinley. Brian was also the founder of the "Commoner", w...