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  • Former Director
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    Business and Government Agencies The primary focus of my topic is three fold, first if a high ranking official from a firm were to become the Director of an agency and his former company is asking for approval of a drug, how should the Director act in regard to this rule making? The second question is not a difficult, if a former Director were to assume a position at a firm asking for approval of a drug, how should the former directors position influence the decisions of the agency? Finally how ...
  • 2005 The Us Patriot Act Privacy
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    The US Patriot ActA.J. Mills, University of PhoenixCJA/310 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal JusticeOBSCJA 08 Jim MaisanoMay 17, 2005 The US Patriot Act Privacy can be considered one of the most valued rights of a civilized society. The founders of the constitution had this in mind when they developed search and seizure laws to protect the privacy of the citizens from the British soldiers. The invasion of privacy has been a much discussed and debated topic among both politicians and private citi...
  • Federal Reserve Act
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    Chief Joseph: When he became chief of the Nez Perce Indian tribe in the American Northwest in 1871, Joseph led his people in an unsuccessful resistance to white settlers who were confiscating land. The tribe was ordered to move. Joseph agreed, but when three of his tribe killed a group of settlers, he attempted to escape to Canada with his followers. Safety Valve Thesis: This assertion stated that as immigrants came to the eastern United States during the late nineteenth century and "polluted" A...
  • Right Of Free Speech From U.S. Citizens
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    A long, long time ago our fore fathers sat down and drafted the most influential document of our lives as Americans, The Constitution. In this historical guideline for a free society the first Amendment deals with what they thought was a main need in our society that did not necessarily exist in other cultures at that time. This main need was free speech. Since this document was put into place, the issue of free speech has been heatedly debated among the common public, big business, and worldwid...
  • Freedom Of Information And Data Protection Legislation
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    I would now like to make reference to legislation that highlights the importance of how Council protects and processes it. The Data Protection Act of 1984 has been revised and the new 1998 Act was brought into force on 1 March 2000. The new act changes original definitions and meanings and it broadens the scope of the original act. There are eight principles within the act and it differentiates between personal data and sensitive personal data. Sensitive personal data covers: . Racial or ethnic ...
  • Alien And Sedition Acts Of 1798
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    The Sedition Act of 1798 For the first few years of Constitutional government, under the leadership of George Washington, there was a unity, commonly called Federalism that even James Madison (the future architect of the Republican Party) acknowledged in describing the Republican form of government- " And according to the degree of pleasure and pride we feel in being republicans, ought to be our zeal in cherishing the spirit and supporting the character of Federalists". Although legislators had ...
  • Progress In Roark's Eye In His Soul
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    The courtroom verdict at the Courtlandt trail had a huge impact on the lives of every main character in Fountainhead. It was here that the revolutionary, Roark, is acquitted of the felony of destroying a public building. This verdict shakes the world of the evil Toohey, ultimately destroying him. It means the psychological destruction of Gail Wynand, a hard working businessman and friend of Roark's. It also brings on the collapse of Peter Keating, a spineless, mama's-boy and fellow architect and...
  • 1989 The Lobbyists Registration Act
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    Lobbyist necessary for government reform Lobbying is a formal and recognized part of the democratic system. Lobbying is any form of direct or indirect communication with the government or its officials designed to influence public policy. A lobbyist is a paid professional who makes his / her living by influencing government. Business firms or various economic and political groups are the most frequent employers of lobbyists (e.g. Tobacco companies). A lobbyist is hired for their expertise and kn...
  • Seditious Meetings Prevention Act A
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    Intro This document is an extract from "Publius", The Federalist n^069, entitled The Real Character of the Executive and written by Alexander Hamilton on March 14th 1788, one of the 85 articles of The Federalist Papers written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison and published in New York newspapers. This particular one was published in the "New-York Packet". I will go into this later. Federalist = partisan of federalism, a political system defined by a union of states under a cent...
  • African Legislation Aeuroeaccess To Information Act Aeur
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    FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT, 2002: A CRITIQUE by Anil Kumar Chaudhary Background The movement towards right to information being considered as a formal right gained impetus in the early 1990,'s. The efforts of Maz door Kis aan Shakti Sangha tan (MASS) are monumental in these regards. It emerged as a powerful force in checking corruption by demanding muster rolls, bills and other official documents of public expenditure. The right to information as a civil and political right has a strong legal ba...

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