• Three Part Paper on Public Policy Concerning Modern Policing, Human Capital and Health Care
    Community Policing Issues Part I Contemporary Police theory or Modern policing is focusing on crime and social disorder through the delivery of police services, which include aspects of traditional law enforcement, as well as prevention, problem-solving, community engagement, and partnerships....
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  • Public Policy Response to Hurricane Katrina
    PUBLIC POLICY RESPONSE TO HURRICANE KATRINA Summary As the Gulf States begin the massive task of reconstruction after Hurricane Katrina, the nation is actively engaged in a dialogue concerning the lessons learned from this catastrophe, and the best options moving forward. Many are asking whethe...
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  • Public Policy Problems in the Environment
    Public policy is defined by Webster's as the "The basic policy or set of policies forming the foundation of public laws, especially such policy not yet formally enunciated." The United States Government has many policies in the area of the environment. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was c...
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  • Public Policy Analysis for Not-for-Profits
    Health Care Action Task Force Jobs with Justice A. Mission Jobs with Justice (JwJ) is a coalition of 75 local labor, community, student, and religious groups organized to win concrete victories on the road to achieving economic justice and lasting social change. We engage working people in add...
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  • Environment & Public Policy
    Environmental Policy and the Government The purpose of the United States' public policy law is to implement restrictions in an effort to solve problems, which is shown with the Clean Water Act and employed to reform the Endangered Species Act of 1973. The United States government is noble in it...
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  • Public Policy Development in Health and Human Services
    The organization of LAF recognizes the importance of ensuring access of education to homeless children and youth. Our organization will develop a ten-year program to ensure the partnership and development for those that experience homelessness so that their children will not be excluded from educati...
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  • Public Policy
    State Capacity for Higher Education Policy "The Need for State Policy Leadership" This article discusses the strong and escalating need for new public policies on America's education programs due to the fact that the number of Americans being educated is slowly deteriorating. America's claim t...
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  • Forming Public Policy on Aids Epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa
    Jarrod Stafford Government 9 A.M. Forming Public Policy on AIDS epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa Strengths of Current Policy • 15 billion dollars of aid over 5 years • Bring African AIDS epidemic to forefront • Dispersing resources quickly • Using new approaches and leadership model • Em...
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  • Women, Work and Public Policy
    Gender and the market are both concepts that carry tremendous power to shape society. Indeed, these institutions are so powerful within society that they can seem invisible and immutable. Each of these influential constructs has become the lens through which a theoretical approach defines and anal...
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  • Public Policy Reporting Class
    Pending approval from the General Assembly, the funding for older Illinoisans will receive nearly an eight percent increase in the fiscal year 2001 budget for the Illinois Department on Aging. The state's portion of the overall spending is $234.9 million and funds the Department's Community Care p...
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  • The Athenian and American Systems of Government
    Athens of ancient Greece had perhaps the most advanced system of government of the ancient world. The system of Athens was called a Democracy. That is, every citizen voted on everything. People have claimed that the United States is also a Democracy. This is not true. The government of the United St...
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  • The American System
    The end of the War of 1812 gave birth to a new nationalism in the United States. It quickened the downfall of the Federalist Party, and ushered in "the era of good feelings". Henry Clay created the "American System" to hopefully keep the prosperity that America seemed to be experiencing. Clay's "...
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  • American Health Care: Gore and Bradley One Problem Two Solutions
    The nation's economy has produced 9.5 million jobs in the last four years and raised wages for even the lowest-paid workers. As Americans buy more homes, cars and other consumer goods, the number buying health insurance has not budged. Now, the 44 million Americans without insurance are taking a p...
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  • Henry Clays American System
    Henry Clay's American System 1832 Background: Following the War of 1812, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, and John Quincy Adams helped form a new political agenda, which promised to meet the needs of America. It was a new nationalist United States. Henry Clay's "American System" was a neofederalist...
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  • Aaron Burr: Figure in American Public
    Aaron Burr Aaron Burr was a central figure in American public life for nearly three decades, but is remembered mainly for two episodes in his life: his duel with Alexander Hamilton in 1804 and his schemes of empire-building that formed the basis for his treason trial in 1807. Aaron Burr was Vice...
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  • Policy Paper: Outsourcing of American Jobs
    Policy Paper 11/4/04 The exporting of American jobs is an issue that is important and will become increasingly so as more and more white collar jobs are shipped over seas. American companies in the past few decades have been sending American jobs overseas paying residents of other countries pe...
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  • Affirmative Action: Public Opinion vs. Policy
    Affirmative Action: Public OPinion vs. Policy When Justin Ketcham, a white college student from the suburbs, thinks about affirmative action, he thinks about what happened when he sent out letters seeking scholarships so he could attend Stanford University after being accepted during his senior ye...
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  • American Foreign Policy in Wwi
    Foreign Policy As we approach the next Presidential election the topic of American foreign policy is once again in the spotlight. In this paper, I will examine four major objectives of U.S. foreign policy that have persisted throughout the twentieth century and will discuss the effect of each on...
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  • The Impact of Public Opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy Since Vietnam
    Since the Vietnam War, the public's opinion has played major roles in how policymakers operate. Their opinions may not always support to choices which are best for the country, however they are still factored into the decision making. Richard Sobel discusses several cases on how the public's attit...
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  • American Foreign Policy: American Civilization Progressed
    Until the end of the twentieth century America's policy towards war was to stay neutral. We stayed out of other governments battles and we avoided war. The United States did not force our ideals on any foreign governments. The US did not want to be the bully who forces countries into having freed...
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