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Juvenile Incarceration Is Ineffective and Should Be Removed
Juvenile Rehabilitation Crime is a major concern across the globe. Many countries suffer from high crime rates, especially the United States. There is no way to completely prevent crime from occurring. Instead of focusing on the crime itself, the focus should be more concentrated on the juvenile delinquents who commit thes...
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An Argument in Favor of Capital Punishment for Dzokhar Tsarnaev
I strongly disagree with Jay Parini's opinion on letting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev live. This man, who is probably better known as the Boston Bomber than his real name, destroyed innocent lives. He should be punished for his crimes and should have to pay with his life. Putting him to death would provide closure for the families aff...
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The Relation between Police Brutality and Race in the United States of America
Some may argue that there is a rise in police brutality towards blacks since the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Members of the Black Lives Matter movement believe that police officers are specifically targeting black men during routine traffic stops or for other reasons. Heather MacDonald compiled a list...
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Should Death Penalty Be Abolished?
Abolishing the Death Penalty The death penalty, ever since it was established, has created a huge controversy all throughout the world. The death penalty has been around since the beginning of time as a means of punishing criminals, however, until the last century it was questioned whether or not it is an ethical practice....
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Physician-Assisted Suicide Should Be Legalized in All Fifty States of America
Physician-assisted Suicide Every year, thousands of patients suffer in hospitals from long-term diseases and incurable cancers. It is hard to watch anyone you love live in pain, but it is even harder to let them pass. Many doctors today have agreed with the idea of physician-assisted suicide, or “a practice in which a phys...
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A Response to Suzy Khimm's Article on Second Chances for Convicted Felons
Second Chances for Convicted Felons Most people who see a homeless person do not feel any kind or sympathy nor do they donate that extra dollar. They think they will go get drugs or alcohol, I have caught myself saying this exact phrase countless times. That was before I married the love of my life who happens to be a conv...
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A Comparison between the Threats to Humankind's Survival of the Modern World and the Past: Terrorism and Human Trafficking versus Slavery and Holocaust
Survival for humankind in today's time is a lot better than it was in the past. In today's time we still have major problems such as wars and terrorism, but in the past we had years of slavery. In 1619 Africans were brought to the United States to work for rich landowners, where the were forced to work for hours in horrible...
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The Curse of Technology in Classrooms: The Teacher's Ineffective Use of Technology, Cyberbullying, and the Danger to the Mental Health of Children
In today's society technology is always around us. We have technology in train stops, schools, and even parks. Technology is very important in the way we learn and grow up. In this generation many teachers feel that using technology is helping students learn in an easier way. But in many ways that isn't the case. Technology...
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The Management of Domestic Terrorism in America
Introduction Domestic terrorism is a major concern for law enforcement officers in the United States. Domestic terrorism is defined as a violation of criminal law in the United States that is intended to coerce or intimidate a civilian population, to influence policy or governmental changes, or to affect conduct of the gov...
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The Effects of Terrorism on European Tourism
Terrorism’s Effect on European Tourism The recent wave of terrorist attacks in Europe have been devastating. In the past year, over two hundred fifty people have died as a result of these attacks, with nearly twelve hundred more injured. In particular, France has been targeted and has suffered some of the biggest losses. B...
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