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  • Formation Of Global Parliament
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    Toward Global Parliament by Richard Falk and Andrew Strauss is a feature article, which speaks about the possible initiation of a popularly elected global body. Recently, representatives of The World Bank, The International Monetary Fund, The United Nations, and former President Clinton have called on citizens of all nations to play a more significant role in the International Order. However, none of the aforementioned have a clear vision of how this should be accomplished. In the past decade a ...
  • Its American Heritage
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    "Our American Heritage and Our Responsibility for Preserving It " Our Country was founded on sound principles. These principles were constructed to preserve our natural rights. These rights include free speech, free press and the ability to think for one's self. America was established as a proud nation, who's destiny to become great was undeniable. In today's society, many are questioning the value of our voices and the respect our rights are given. Our nation is experiencing a massive cry out ...
  • Citizens Of France
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    It was 1789 and the citizens of France were fed up. They had had too many years of dealing with a monarchial government, one ruled solely by a king. Where had this gotten them No where good they were bankrupt and the greatest percentage of the citizens was considered in the lower class. This was not a successful country; they were in a horrible economic and social state. What to do Have a revolution! So in comes Robespierre, creating a sort of socialist dictatorship. Many believed that this was ...
  • National Government And The State Government
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    The American Constitution Essay submitted by Unknown The basis of all law in the United States is the Constitution. This Constitution is a document written by " outcasts' of England. The Constitution of the United States sets forth the nation's fundamental laws. It establishes the form of the national government and defines the rights and liberties of the American people. It also lists the aims of the government and the methods of achieving them. The Constitution was written to organize a strong...
  • Structure Of Nationalized Industries
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    As I began to create my ideal world, I realized that what I wanted was a mix of three different governments / cultures. I wanted (and still do) a government truly of and for the people. I also wanted a government that was minimalist, one that made sure there was some kind of order and peace, but one that was well, personal, while not interfering too much with the rights of it's citizens. Additionally, Wanted a government that would allow private industry, small businesses, and limited corporatio...
  • Name Of The War On Terrorism
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    The danger we face today in this country is not that government officials will make hasty and rash decisions out of fear. It is that they will use a national crisis as an opportunity to make themselves more powerful and less accountable for what they do in regards to our civil liberties and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. They realise that in times of great distress and anxiety the general mass of the population is not going to notice these new policies that they are going to rush throu...
  • Superman A Marvelous Candidate For President
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    Superman is a perfectly viable yet often over-looked presidential candidate. He has protected the people of Metropolis tirelessly for over sixty years and saved the planet Earth numerous times. He embodies the ideals of truth, justice and the American way. As for foreign policy, Superman has traveled the world, been to many far-off lands and met many interesting people. These are the qualities that make Superman a marvelous candidate for president. As the well-known saying goes, Superman is fast...
  • Past The Majority Of Canadians
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    When the Dominion of Canada was born in 1867, John A. Macdonald, was quoted as saying "We have desired in this measure to declare in the most solemn and emphatic manner our resolve to be under the Sovereignty of Your Majesty and your family for ever". This statement lead to the naming of Queen Victoria as Canada's monarch in 1867. Back then, Canadians supported the monarchy in Canada, however, many do not support this tradition today. In the past the majority of Canadians were of British descent...
  • Mistakes Of The Past
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    There are many reasons to study United States History. A few are, so that we do not commit the same mistakes as our ancestors, to know our heritage, learn about our freedoms, and to learn to become a citizen in our nation. We need history so that we will not commit the same mistakes as our ancestors. A sad thing is that sometimes even though we know what has happened in the past, we do it again, hoping that it will work this time. And usually it doesn't work and the same mistake is made. We need...
  • American Soldier
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    STOP THE WHINING It is pathetic the attitude the American press and the American people take for the deployment of the military personnel to engage in battle. Americans are constantly whining about the length of time troops spend defending the nation. As a taxpayer and a veteran, I have not heard any complaints about the salaries the soldiers receive or have received for years of inactivity. How have they earned the cost for America to maintain a military force? They receive room and board, and ...

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