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  • Abuse Of The 2nd Amendment
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    A WELL-REGULATED MILITIA, BEING NECESSARY TO THE SECURITY OF A FREE STATE, THE RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS, SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. -THE 2 ND AMENDMENT With these words, the Bill of Rights has endowed us with an unbelievable freedom: the right to bear arms. This right, however, also bears a tremendous responsibility. The right to bear arms is undoubtedly one of the most abused rights in America. Due to this abuse, the 2nd amendment is one of the most controversial and interesting a...
  • 2000 Boy Scouts Of America
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    Assemble and Associate The first amendment of the Constitution is one of the most fundamental and essential appendages to the C that statesmen could ever have made. It basically provides the way and means for any citizen of the United States to speak freely, worship freely, assemble with whomever they want, and complain to the government. One of the most important of those freedoms however, is the right of association. Association protects the rights of persons to enter into relationships with o...
  • Equal Rights Athens
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    Equal rights for minorities, especially women, in a civilization can strengthen a country internally but equal rights do not guarantee peace or the long term success of a country. Athens, for example, did not give equal rights to minorities, but that did not lead to its collapse. Correspondingly, today, many more women have rights but countries still go to war. And, furthermore, since two thousand years ago we have learned that a woman's contribution in the American society is very important and...
  • Hollywood Blacklist
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    In the United States Constitution the First Amendment states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances". In America all people are supposed to be guaranteed these rights, but in the late 1940's and early 1950's their was an immense amount of controversy in Hollywood a...
  • Right Of The Iraqi People
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    For as long as mankind has existed, there has been a desire for a defined set of basic rights. Men are born with certain rights, which no power may take away from them. When these rights are infringed upon, action must be taken to ensure that this does not occur again. This is the basic reason the American government gives for using force to overthrow the Iraqi government. While this is a very good cause to fight for, American and British forces are also violating rights of innocent Iraqi citize...
  • America's View Of Women And Women's Rights
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    America's Struggle For Equalit America's Struggle For Equalit Essay, Research Paper America's struggle for equality The United States became independent 224 years ago. It would take years for its citizens to construct the framework of the government upon which the nation would be established. The United States was to be a nation based upon the fundamental rights freedom and equality, in which a person would be judged not by their make-up, but by their actions. However this vision of a utopian so...

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