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Papers On Political Science & Government
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Comparison of the Radical Revolutionary and Liberal Democratic Schools of Political Thought in Regards to The Human Condition, Government and Society, The Rights of Man and Freedom
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the ideals of the radical revolutionary and the liberal democratic schools of thought. The ideals of the radical revolutionary schools of thought as seen in the writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Karl Marx and Frederick Engels contrast in the basic elements of individuals and society from the school of liberal democratic thought advocated by Thomas Hobbes, John Locke and America’s founding fathers. Within the radical revolutionary school of thought governments were given certain rights over individuals in return for the protection of their citizens and the allocation of justice and the products of labor. Liberal democratic thought on the other hand believed that men were born were certain natural rights which could not be taken away unless voluntarily. In addition, if governments did not promote the general will of the people, they could be withdrawn. The basic rights of life, liberty and happiness in addition to Locke’s private property were the most consistent features found in the liberal democratic school and which were promoted in America and France shortly after they were proposed. The theories of Marx and Engels however originated the ideals of socialism in its truest form. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TJJRous1.rtf

Comparison of Three WIPO Websites (World Intellectual Property Organization)
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A 3 page paper discussing the websites maintained by the UN's World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), an associated WIPO page of the US Copyright Office, and an information page published by the Portland, Oregon law firm of Marger, Johnson & McCollom, a firm specializing in matters of international and domestic copyright and other issues associated with intellectual property. The combination of the three sites provides WIPO information from the perspectives of the world, the US and the individual user. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSwipo.doc

Comparison: Marx and Ozment
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A 4 page paper comparing the focus, tone and themes of Marx and Engel's Manifesto of the Communist Party and Ozment's The Burgermeister's Daughter. Marx is said to have lamented the failure of the "experiment" of communism shortly before his death, but the Manifesto of the Communist Party carries no hint of any uncertainty. Marx and Engels denounce the system that exists and present what they are determined will replace it. In contrast, The Burgermeister's Daughter chronicles one woman's efforts to effect social change on a much smaller scale and in single steps rather than in sweeping measures. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KSmarxMani.rtf

Comparisons of East - West Political Ideologies
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An 8 page paper comparing Western liberalism to the Islamic philosophies of Sayyid Qutb and Yusuf al-Qaradawi. These two clerics have had immense influence in the formation of the political ideologies of Islam. Sayyid Qutb is said to have exerted great influence over Osama bin Laden. The purpose here is to compare and contrast the bases of this type of political ideology with that of Western liberalism, and the paper uses the philosophies of Rawls, Kant and Mill to accomplish that end. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSpoliEastW.rtf

Compensation Trends And The U.S. Army
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This 8 page paper reports trends in compensation packages, including what surveys have revealed companies across the world are doing in this economic crisis. The paper discusses motivational incentives and identifies types of workers and their needs. The paper then talks about contingent workers, what they are and the growth in this population and comments on contingent workers and the U.S. Army. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PGarm39.rtf

Competitive Problems in Port Jacksonville, Florida
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A 5 page paper on Port Jacksonville, Florida (an area with many specially designed facilities tailored specifically for the automobile trade) and the problems that it faced during the early and mid-1990's as a result of increased competition between cities and states. The writer analyzes Port Jacksonville's competitive environment and makes determinations about its not-so-bright future. It is realized that the socioeconomic make-up of the entire region depends on this one port city and consequently, recommendations are made for improvement. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Portjack.wps

Compulsory Voting in Australia
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of compulsory voting in Australia, inclusive of statistics and comparisons with other nations. The subject of compulsory voting is discussed. A thesis is presented along with a research proposal. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA034vot.rtf

Computers: The Battlegrounds of the Future
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A 3 page consideration of what the future will hold in terms of how computers are utilized by the military. This paper contends that as computers evolve so too will the security systems that protect them. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPcmpftrMil.rtf


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