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  • Male Dominated Society In Africa: This Essay Details The...

    History is inherently dominated by men. Women, however, have played major roles in the world as well. Society had always accepted a lifestyle of the man bringing home the money and the woman cooking, cleaning and raising the children. Women's rights movements and feminism started somewhere and that ...

    Contributed on November 4, 2006
  • Defining The Reign Of Terror During The French Revolution.

    By 1789 the French monarchy was nearly powerless and, for all intensive purposes, the National Assembly was the current government of France. Maximilien Robespierre encouraged the people of the Third Estate to take action, resulting in such events as the storming of the Bastille in Paris and in acts...

    Contributed on February 27, 2005
  • Smoking Bans: This Is A Paper For Political Science...

    For a law to be challenged as unconstitutional it must go through the state courts, then the federal courts, and finally it comes to the Supreme Court. Many state courts are currently upholding new legislation that creates a smoking ban in public places. However, the ability for a state court to uph...

    Contributed on November 4, 2006
  • Title: First Smoking...what Will You Take Next??? Amicus...

    When the government steps in and starts making private businesses adhere to a law that a few individuals want, it is not good for democracy. One must also wonder if the government does that, when will it end? Anti-smoking laws should be considered unconstitutional because private businesses are havi...

    Contributed on October 19, 2004
  • How The Nira Helped Workers: This Paper Describes The...

    The constitution of the United States is considered to be a living and breathing document. The Supreme Court rules on cases where there is an issue that involves someone's rights under that constitution. Prior to 1937 and the NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation case, the court was always he...

    Contributed on November 4, 2006
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