• Indian Removal Zinn Chapter 7
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    Once the white men decided that they wanted lands belonging to the Native Americans (Indians), the United States Government did everything in its power to help the white men acquire Indian land. The US Government did everything from turning a blind eye to passing legislature requiring the Indians to give up their land (see Indian Removal Bill of 1828). Aided by his bias against the Indians, General Jackson set the Indian removal into effect in the war of 1812 when he battled the great Tecumseh a...
  • United State States Canada Government
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    Press Conference Speech-2099 Jeremy Colin Newell Hanover College Hanover, Indiana Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the biggest conference since July 4, 1776. I come to you today to inform you of a new relationship we have formed with our neighboring country Canada. Many of you know that experiments of cloning have been becoming more and more elaborate with each year and some of you know that a number of these experiments have been successful. I am here today to tell you that one of our neighborin...
  • Native American Americans United States
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    Between 1875 and 1925 the friendly relations with Indians prevented the loss of many American lives. By 1890 Americans had migrated all the way to the Pacific Ocean. The frontier era had ended. Well before that date, however, it had become clear to many that a new policy had to be adopted toward Native Americans, whose dwindling numbers seemed to threaten extinction. Congress began moving in this direction in 1871, when it unilaterally decided to abandon the treaty process and legislate on the b...
  • Hiv Aids States United Control
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    AIDS is a disease that has effected and is still affecting the country in many detrimental ways. When first discovered in the country of Africa, the seriousness was unheard of. As the AIDS virus reached the United States, the devastating effects became more obvious. This was the point when the United States government felt that something should be done about the HIV/AIDS virus. According to the Office of AIDS research, AIDS, or Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is a serious illness that origina...
  • Specific Actions To Reduce The National Debt
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    . Introduction Did you know that the last time the United States of America spent within their budget was 1969. Since then, our country has spent more money each year than it has collected in revenues. The difference, the money that must be borrowed to bridge this gap annually, is called the budget deficit. The amount of money over the use over the years to finance our deficit is know as the National Debt. The National Debt increases by approximately one billion dollars every working day. Our d...
  • Native American Americans White States
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    DB Jacksonian Democracy Between the years of 1775 and 1825, the United States government was hypocritical with respect to their Native American policy. The government, at most times, claimed to be acting in the "best interest" of the Native Americans. They claimed that their actions were for the benefit of not only their own citizens, but for the Native Americans, too. These "beneficial" actions included relocation from their homeland, murder in great numbers, rape, and a complete disregard for ...
  • United States Government Agencies Fbi
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    Failure to Prevent 9/11 When a giant explosion ripped through Alfred P. Murrah federal building April 19, 1995, killing 168 and wounding hundreds, the United States of America jumped to a conclusion we would all learn to regret. The initial response to the devastation was all focused of middle-eastern terrorists. "The West is under attack," (Posner 89), reported the USA Today. Every news and television station had the latest expert on the middle east telling the nation that we were victims of ji...
  • Borders Central America
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    Borders are concepts which encompass and exclude. They exist everywhere. Some are literal visible physical lines whereas others go beyond sight and exist in terms of characteristics such as monetary wealth, or even humanity. Over time these boundaries are redefined and in turn change the flow of daily life for the individuals they effect. In many cases it is the powerful governments which are in control of the pen which outline these symbolic and physical lines. However as history can prove even...
  • Until All The Men Are Back
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    Until All The Men Are Back " Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Does he not leave the ninety-nine in the open country and goes after the lost sheep until he finds it? 'And, when he finds it, he puts it on his shoulders and goes home. 'Then he calls [everyone] and says, 'Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep''; (Jesus Christ: Luke 15: 4-6). For some thirty years, two thousand four hundred thirteen (2, 413) souls have been crying out for freedom, but they are waiti...
  • United States Immigrants Government 1900
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    Some people believe that immigration in the 1900's was a good thing, however, they would be wrong. The United States government should have restricted the immigrants around that time. Some reasons are the population, the taking of new jobs and lowering wages, and diseases spreading quickly. These all factored importantly into why they should not have been allowed in. The population in the 1900's was beginning to overflow. In 1875 the United States government had to put a immigration restriction...
  • Cold War Vs United States
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    Cold War vs. United States The Cold War ended in 1991 after the Soviet Union fell apart. Since then, Russia's economy paralyzed, and the United States is three trillion dollars in debt, and both counties were weakened by the Cold War because of military spending. To have world peace does not mean that United States should increase its military strength. The Realist theory would argue that military strength is important to maintain peace both domestically and internationally. Even though the Uni...
  • Geographic Factors That Influenced U S Government Actions
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    Geographic factors often influence United States government actions, both foreign and domestic. Some of these factors include location, physical environment, movement of people, climate, and resources. Although these geographic factors can lead to increase in our countries land size and some positive outcomes, there are also chances for negative outcomes. One action taken by the United States government that was influenced by geographic factors was the Louisiana Purchase. There were many histori...
  • The Kennedy Conspiracy United States
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    The Kennedy Conspiracy The assassination of President John F. Kennedy has posed, probably the greatest unsolved murder mystery of our time. Most Americans are very suspicious of the explanation that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the murder. The many questions surrounding the number of shots, the firing sequence, the shooter's locations and the number of assassins have puzzled Americans over the last four decades. I believe that on November 22, 1963, John Kennedy was assassinated, as part of a...
  • Privacy In America United States
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    After viewing Enemy of the State, one can not help but feel vulnerable to the technological advances of our government. However, most Americans find it difficult to believe that they are being watched by agents of the United States government. When Americans do accept that their privacy is being invaded, they assume that only the United States government, or rich and powerful companies are responsible, yet with todays technology your next door neighbor could be listening. Americans believe that ...
  • Bear Arms Gun Government Article
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    The right to bear arms is a constitutional guarantee, and is not open for discussion; however the United States Government has used its power to limit and regulate this guarantee. Our government has been attacking this right for years, and like a covert terrorist organization, it denies its action. Pretending that they just want to limit the right to bear arms is their blanket of protection. They will slowly move from under that protection only when the nation is ready to accept the loss of this...
  • Let's Keep Puerto Rico
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    Should the United States change its policy with Puerto Pico? Indeed it should not. We are essential to their economy and they benefit ours. Besides this, there are other mutual benefits. In addition, the Puerto Ricans themselves are not in agreement as to a specific change that should take place. Therefore at this time there should be no alteration in the current policy between the United States and Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico's economy greatly benefits from the United State's help. On the World W...
  • Terrorism In The United States
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    Terrorism has been a growing threat in the United States over the past eight to ten years. However, the government has always seemed to be able to protect United States citizens from harm caused by terrorists. Yet, on September 11, 2001, the United States was attacked by a group of Islamic terrorists, lead by Osama bin Laden, known as Al-Qaeda. The terrorist group hijacked and crashed two airplanes into The World Trade Center in New York City. They also hijacked and crashed a plane into The Pent...
  • Terrorism It Is Time To Take Out Saddam Hussein
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    Following the tragedy of September 11, America has launched a 21 st century war to eradicate the threat of international terrorism. Terrorism, long a problem for many nations of the world, was all but foreign to U. S soil. September 11 th was the first major attack on mainland American soil since the War of 1812. The barbarity of the crime, the toll on innocent lives, and our lack of preparedness for the threat has scared the country to unity, and has scared the rest of the free world into assi...