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Athenian Government
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A 5 page paper which examines the four forms of Athenian government (monarchy, aristocracy, democracy and oligarchy) and then compares Athenian democracy with American democracy. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAathen4.rtf

Atomic Power in the New World Order
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This 8 page paper expands on a definition of nuclear proliferation. The cold war era is compared with the current situation in the world and the prospect of treaties is also discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA145nuk.rtf

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This 20 page paper analyzes why many people fail to reenlist into the Marine Corp after their tour of duty is over. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: MBatmarine.rtf

Augustine, Aquinas and Luther/Role of Government
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A 6 page research paper/essay that discusses how these 3 theologians viewed this topic. The role of government has varied from society to society and across the centuries. This discussion looks at the thought of Augustine, Thomas Aquinas and Martin Luther regarding the proper role of government and whether it should be limited or absolute in its secular power. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khaalrog.rtf

Australia's Freedom of Information Act
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An 8 page discussion of the importance of this 1982 law. The author of this paper emphasizes that, despite its many challenges and despite its potential for misuse the Freedom of Information Act is a critical element in insuring transparency, fairness and efficiency in executive government. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPausInf.rtf

Australia/United States Free Trade Agreement
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8 pages in length. As with myriad other countries around the world, the United States has secured a trade agreement with Australia in order to fortify a number of economic interests on both sides. The extent to which the 2003 FTA would establish a "unique opportunity to advance the interests of Australia's exporters" (Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 2003) is both grand and far-reaching, not the least of which represents forward moving economic growth and a boost to employment. Agriculture, in particular, reflects one of the highest priorities given to any sector of commerce that had heretofore been a "significant market access barrier" (Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 2003) prior to implementation of the United States/Australia FTA. Additional markets in line for expansion include manufacturing, services, investment, intellectual property rights, electronic and telecommunications commerce, government procurement and movement of people. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCUSAust.rtf

Australia: International Affairs and the Impact of World War II
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A 6 page discussion of Australia’s transition from a country that concentrated almost exclusively on her own domestic affairs to one that is now fully integrated in world society. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPaustraliaWWII.rtf

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7 pages in length. authoritarianism is not but a passing tendency; rather, it influences a good portion of the population in differing capacities. No matter the level of authoritarianism, it is typically associated with undesirable personality syndrome in whatever measure it exists. The authoritarian personality is typically associated with a number of repulsive traits that often cause the person to be either cast out of society or embraced by fellow authoritarians. When examining this particular human behavior, it is critical to include the inherent association to political leadership in order to gain a more significant understanding behind the issue of authoritarianism. Russia, Iran and Afghanistan represent three of the most authoritarian governments across the globe. Their collective, as well as individual, approach to civil liberties, democracy and the pursuit of individual happiness is nonexistent; rather, their focus is upon suppressive rule where people are bestowed no natural rights or ability to pursue their desires. The student will readily note that there is little – if any – difference in the manner by which these three nations assert their authoritarianism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCautht.rtf

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