• Smoking Ban in Public Places
    All people have a fundamental right to breathe clean air—with no exceptions. In the past few decades America has made great strides in protecting the individual’s right to a smoke-free environment but there is still work to do. No one should have to choose between their health and a good job; law that...
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  • The aniversary of Jakarta
    because of his mercy and grace. We can still be able to gather together in this room in a fit and healthy state. Our thanks to the host who is willing to give his time to me here, To present a speech in commemoration of the birth of the beloved city of Jakarta which falls on this day, June 22th 2013...
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  • Candidate Speech
    Candidate Speech By Ryan Beilman Written by Ashlee Beard The Peoples Party Ladies and gentleman. Our country has come to a crossroad, and now you have the power to change the political landscape of America. If you elect me to be your face in congress, there are several things I will do to ensure that...
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  • Green Party
    USA. The Green‘s platform is organized in a direction which gives the priority to environment. Greens believe that in order to have a green land and healthy environment, we need to have a proper political and economic democracy. Therefore, they plan and seek to reach a sustainable world. In order to familiarize...
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  • Locus Standi: a Conundrum in Environmental Rights Protection
    locus standi - the ability of an individual to use the law as a remedy to enforce the right to a clean and safe environment. This article will focus on the ability or lack of it thereof for private citizens to mount litigation to protect the environment and will aim to show how the stringent provisions...
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  • Building a Movement for Constructive Commonwealth
    rural families in Montana — to draw a picture of the community they want. Their pictures are strikingly similar: Their sky is blue and their air is clean; the schools are good and the kids are happy; there are parks, good food, and safe places to live and work, as well as artistic, cultural, and religious...
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  • Efficent America
    it what Woodrow Wilson called, “a new sense of union,” a cease-fire in sectional political strife that ended a century-long conflict in the United States, but the effects of the Industrial Revolution were already ushering in a new kind of domestic debate. This one would be couched in much of the same...
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  • Democracy’s Edge
    How can we as citizens of this country expect to have a well rounded, efficient working living democracy when the people running it are corrupt and do things that are total opposite of living democracy? The book uses the Bush Administration as an example. They have diluted the Clean Water Act so it...
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  • Change of Policy (Nutrition)
    plans are always a big topic of debate in the United States. The government spends billions of health care dollars every year. Obesity alone “consumes $39 billion of our badly needed health care dollars each year” (“Obesity in America”). American citizens are claiming bankruptcy, and “medical problems contribute...
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  • John Stuart Mills' - on Liberty
    Freedom of Speech is one of the most quintessential and fundamental right of any Liberal Democratic society. Freedom of speech, and by extension freedom of thought, is the litmus test to determine if a nation, country or society is truly free. This right is the bedrock for which a free society can operate...
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  • Public Policy Goverment
    pronounced in specific rules. Public policies can be controversial from time to time because some laws restrict the rights we have as citizens such as freedom of speech. Once citizens realize that their rights are being violated, they then take legal action. Public policy is going to be discussed throughout the...
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  • Research Paper
    of the world, what obstacles were in Nixon’s way of achieving his goal?” Documents 1. Response to Richard Nixon’s State of Union speech Source: State of Union Speech of Richard Nixon-1970 <http://www.let.rug.nl/usa/P/rn37/speeches/rn_1970.htm> “To address a joint session of Congress...
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  • Humanity's Right to Water
    through the technological advances of the modern world, everyone should have equal access to clean water. The truth is, with the seven billion humans alive today; over one billion people lack the access to adequate clean water according to the World Health Organization. Humanity is currently dealing with a...
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  • The Progressive Era
    reform-minded leaders who were willing to tackle the government head on about the ever-increasing problems in the country. Although the Populists elected state and local officials, and affected legislation in local areas, their national impact was constrained by the common limitations on third parties. In the...
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  • Unit 1
    form of democracy in which all or most citizens participate directly by either holding office of making policy. In a direct democracy, the people can use a number of tools to affect policy. Those tools include: Recall – a procedure, in effect in over twenty states, whereby the voters can vote to remove...
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  • Health and Social Care Level 3 Assign3
    countries in the 20th century is universal clean drinking water and very high level of public and personal hygiene. These two improvements account for probably 80%of the life expectancy. Overall life expectancy increased due to 6 mayor factors 1. Clean drinking water 2. Universal sanitation...
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  • A Universal Message in Mountains Beyond Mountains
    poorest areas in the world. “Clean water, healthcare, school, food, tin roofs, and cement floors, all of these things should constitute a set of basics that people must have as birthrights” (91). The idea that all people need is basic living conditions to strive and live a healthy life is depicted by Farmer...
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  • Himeddig
    White House to celebrate their championships.  Seeing how the Blackhawks are headed to Philly tonight with a t glad that we're on this side of the state. I noticed a couple of people said they were rooting for the Blackhawks, which tells me something about the rivalry between Pittsburgh and Philly. ...
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  • Rhetorical Analysis Wangari
    Nobel Prize Speech Wangari Maathai Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech By Wangari Maathai City Hall, Oslo, Norway December 10, 2004 Your Majesties Your Royal Highnesses Honourable Members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee Excellencies Ladies and Gentlemen, I stand before you and the world humbled...
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  • Essay
    people of poor nations, we pledge to work alongside you to make your farms flourish and let clean waters flow, to nourish starved bodies and feed hungry minds. " Obama’s Interrogation Speech states that all citizens of society should always help others around you in need. Some people are more fortunate...
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