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  • Federalist Party With Supreme Power
    774 words
    In the beginning, of our country, it was the Federalist Party with supreme power. In 1796, John Adams, a federalist, was President and the majority of congress was made up of federalists. John Adams was a very strong leader. He believed in federalist actions very much. He helped bring federalists to their current position. They were supreme, the law of the land. There was only meager opposition: the Democratic-Republican Party (DRP). This new party was led by Virginians Thomas Jefferson and Jame...
  • Universal Draft
    703 words
    Draft vs. Doom The draft is a taboo subject in America, but regardless of its controversy it is a subject that must be examined. The daft, however rash, is essential for America in case of a national emergency. Many people in this age of America lack patriotism for their country. Of course, many citizens ignore the fact that they are living in one of the only countries that offer you freedom and the choice to succeed as far as you want. However, "Of those to whom much is given, much is required"...
  • Structure Of Government And Control Over Society
    512 words
    While in the Soviet Union for six months, I learned a lot about the lives of people living there. When (find word) the American democratic and the Soviet (find word) approach to government I found major differences in each system approach to personal freedoms of it's citizens, structure of government, and control over society. There is a major difference in citizens personal freedoms. Here in America the government attempts to preserve individual freedoms and promote equality of opportunity. But...
  • Public Citizens Health Research Group
    1,597 words
    Dear President Clinton, I understand that you are considering people for the most Outstanding American Award. I am not one for awards or publicity, especially from the government, but I felt that I truly deserve this award. I am the one man who has fought for the most important aspect of America, its citizens. America's most important asset is it's people, and I, more than the corporate-influenced politicians like yourself, have been the people's defender and advocate for nearly half a century. ...
  • Sacred Duties And Obligations To Their Government
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    The fathers of the Constitution explicitly pointed out that the people do "ordain and establish this Constitution" not for themselves, but for "the United States of America". John F. Kennedy remarks, "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country". These statements come to the same conclusion: the people of America have a greater duty and obligation to serve their country than they do to their own self-gain. Lets us refer to the Bill of Rights as an example. Thi...
  • Most Important Right An American Citizen
    825 words
    When asked what America means to me, I think about the positive aspects of this great nation. The thing that makes America distinct from all other countries is the rights that an American citizen has in America. American citizens probably have more rights than the citizens from any other country in the world. The most important right an American citizen has is freedom, a freedom that a citizen from no other country on the globe has. The second and probably the most important thought that comes t...
  • Company Like Tommy Hilfiger
    502 words
    What makes the American consumer buy certain products? Many opinions may arise from this question, but no one can the fact that clothing companies in particular know exactly how to weaken their consumers-or should I say "victims"-through catchy advertisements and presentations. These companies are so successful in their pursuit because of the simple fact that Americans are obsessed with their image. Clothing companies such as Tommy Hilfiger use the world wide web and other such venues to promote...

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