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The Factors to Consider When Justifying Civil Disobedience
Essentially, civil disobedience can be described as a non-violent form of political protest when individuals deem a state’s certain policy or law to be unjust. The fact that civil disobedience is essentially peaceful in nature plays a significant role in providing justification to the act (which will explained in more detai...
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An Analysis of the European Union as an Administrative Body in Europe
Europe, a cultural center of the world, has now become an example of a prosperous integrated European Union. The European Union is the main administrative body in Europe, and it has five branches which make up its central government. Working in tandem they create laws that regulate Monetary Polices within Europe. The Europe...
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The Conflicting Views of Rorty and Stout on Religion in the Public Sphere
Rorty and Stout on Religion in the Public Sphere Politics and religion are two of the toughest matters to deliberate
with people of any area. The only item more problematic to have a heart-to-
heart about than politics and religion is the practice of taking religious
means and interpretations into the political jurisd...
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A Case Study on the Insurance Liabilities and Consequences of the Iowa State President Steven Leath's Damage of the Cirrus SR22 Plane
INTRODUCTION: Iowa State President Steven Leath damaged a plane that is owned by the school. He did this in July 2015, while he was flying the place for a trip to North California. This is the trip for the university business purposes as well as his personal interests. This damage happened when he had landed hardly the pla...
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An Examination of the Use of Excessive Force by the Police in the United States
Police Discretion In Regards to Using Force Throughout policing history, there has been an ongoing debate about reasonable force use in law enforcement. The line between morally correct and morally incorrect is, at times, vague. There are many who do not see the justification behind a police officer using force to protect...
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Voting Practices of Latinos in Arlene Davila's Latinos: The New Republicans
“Latinos: The New Republicans” Arlene Dávila analyzes the voting practices of Latinos in “Latinos: The New Republicans.” The author emphasizes that the Latino electorate is often a swing vote (p.46). While Latinos are often painted as conservative, their votes may go to Democratic or Republican parties, as opposed to Afr...
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An Examination of the Criticisms Surrounding the Tactics Used by the Transportation Security Administration
Following the September 11th terror attacks, airport security came into the spotlight as an issue of great national concern in the United States. Initially praised for keeping the nation’s air travelers safe, the newly-formed Transportation Security Administration bureaucracy soon came under public scrutiny for the tactics...
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An Essay in Favor of Abolishing the Electoral College
The electoral college has been an important part of our election system for over two hundred years. This is a call to fix an antique system, that is holding us back from social progression. We must eliminate the electoral college, and further prepare our society for all challenges ahead. The electoral college is far broken...
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The Changes in the Public Administration within the Bureau of Sanitation in the City of Los Angeles
Many aspects of Public Administration have changed over the years, transitioning from a traditional view of public administration to new public management or governance requires a constant state of evolution and awareness. Global demands, environment, policy, and culture all within public administration have under gone dras...
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An Argument in Favor of Using Bio-Warfare
Pro Bio-Warfare Arguments After researching the possible arguments for bio-warfare, three sections seemed to stand out each place that I looked. These were that bio-weapons are very efficient, they are very cheap to make, and some might see them as more ethical. One argument for bio-warfare is how dirt cheap it can be. W...
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Banning Prayer In Schools Violates the Spirit of Thomas Jefferson's Plan for U.S. Freedom of Religion
In the early 1800s, when Thomas Jefferson was just elected president, the Baptists entreated him to allow religious freedom throughout the country and allow the power of the civil government to extend no further than to punish the man who works ill against his neighbor. Thomas Jefferson responded to that request by writing...
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Ethics and Trustworthiness in the Public Administration
The academic world has become increasingly aware of the lack of trust
in government and has sought to focus on it to determine its evolvement,
characteristics, along with proposing possible solutions. The U.S., in
particular, as a country has grown larger, as a result, requiring more
government officials at a variety of lev...
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An Analysis of Dichotomy in Public Administration Citing the Case of Kim Davis
Introduction In the study of public administration, there are some truths, several maybes and “it depends,” and many dichotomies. One particular dichotomy, that is the dichotomy between politics and administration, which will be explained in great detail below, is somewhat overarching and constantly in the back of one’s mi...
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A Comparison of the Advantages of the First-to-Invent System and First-to-File System in the United States
Patent protection is the right given to an inventor by the US
government that prevents other people from manufacturing, using, importing,
or selling an invention in the US without the consent of the discoverer.
Two systems have been used to issue patent protection. In the first-to-
invent system, the firs...
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