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101 Chambers
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This 3 page paper critiques the book 101 Chambers: Congress, State Legislatures and the Future of Legislative Studies. Bibliography lists 1 source
Filename: HV101Cha.rtf

13 DAYS, THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS AND SWOT ANALYSIS
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This 5-page paper, taking its cue from the movie "13 Days," examines the Cuban Missile Crisis through a SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunity, strength) analysis.
Filename: MT13days.rtf

14th Congressional District - Florida
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This 5 page paper discusses Rep. Connie Mack IV of the 14th Congressional District in Florida, and the junior senator, Mel Martinez. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HV14FLCD.rtf

1917 through 1965: How the U.S. Aligned Itself With a Policy of Containment
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This 7 page paper supports a thesis that suggests containment began not in 1945 but in 1917. Foreign policy as well as domestic life between 1945 and 1965 is discussed. Containment is defined and discussed in depth. Relevant documents are evaluated. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA729cn.rtf

1984/2014
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A 3 page essay that looks at two chilling visions of life in a fascist state. In George Orwell's chilling novel 1984, he describes life in England under totalitarian rule, where the elite rule with authoritarian control and Big Brother, as a symbol of the state, watches and keeps track of every detail of citizens' personal lives. In her 2004 novel, America 2014, An Orwellian Tale, Dawn Blair proposes that a similar transformation takes over the United States. The premise of Blair's text is that, with the rationalization that authoritarianism is justified by the war on terrorism, America will exchange its freedoms for the illusion of security and become a one-party, totalitarian state. The writer briefly looks at both novels and then discusses whether or not the US is endanger of becoming totalitarian. Citing a recent article, the writer feels that this is a real threat and that Orwell and Blair's books should be considered as accurate warnings. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khorbl84.rtf

1996 Personal Responsibility & Work Opportunity Act
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6 pages in length. New Jersey's black Democratic Senator Wayne Bryant was instrumental in implementing the family cap legislation that removed a woman's ability to receive welfare benefits for her illegitimate children. It has been called groundbreaking in the way in which it attacked what lawmakers labeled a significant source of poverty within the eastern state. According to Bryant, the primary focus of the reform was to reestablish family values. The writer discusses the welfare reform law as it relates to New Jersey. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Welfarnj.doc

2 EU Essays
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A 12 page research paper that encompasses two separate essays concerning the EU and EU relations with the countries of the Asian/Pacific region and Latin America. The first essay explores the motivation behind EU policies in the Asian/Pacific region (altruism or economics?) and the second essay explores how the EU has spurred regional associations in these areas and whether this has hindered or facilitated developing relations with the EU. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: kh2eu.rtf

2 Views /Female Participation in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Politics
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A 10 page analysis in which the writer argues that Theda Skocpol in her book "Protecting Soldiers and Mothers," and also Kristi Andersen in her book "After Suffrage" address similar territory in that both of these political scientists look at how female participation in the American political process in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries has largely been under-appreciated or ignored completely. Both of these authors demonstrate that this participation must be viewed within the context of political framework of their time in order to be understood properly. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: 99sk&an.wps


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