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  • Evaluate the importance of regular exercise in maintaining a healthy body and mind; to what extent should the state play a role in ensuring that its citizens exercise regularly?

    Title A: Evaluate the importance of regular exercise in maintaining a healthy body and mind; to what extent should the state...

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  • 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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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,...

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  • Organized Political Lobbying

    February Con Case Resolved: In the United States, Organized Political Lobbying Does More Harm than Good I would just like to start off...

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  • Pirate Party

    Birthplace: New York City Age: 36 years old Religion: Catholic Education: Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing New York...

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  • women's rights are human rights

    contributions women make in every aspect of life: in the home, on the job, in their communities, as mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, learners, workers,...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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  • AP GOVERNMENT Federalism Cases

    government could create a bank and the state of Maryland could not tax it. This case relates to federalism because it was the first case...

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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...

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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...

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  • Is Healthcare a Right

    The Right to Be Healthy A basic human right is something all people should have access too or one’s ability to exercise a particular...

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  • Writing Essay

    have more pressing matters to attend to, haven’t we? Absolutely not. Our livelihood is dependent on our environment, and it has not been in a...

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