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Japan/American Economic Relations
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8 pages in length. The writer discusses various stages of economic relations between Japan and the United States, as well as addresses how the Asian economic crisis impacted both nations. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCjpeco.wps

Japanese American Immigration
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A 3 page overview of the problems confronting Japanese who wished to immigrate to the U.S. in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. This paper explores three specific articles located on the World Wide Web and discusses the validity of the authors of those papers to write on their chosen subject. The contention is presented that numerous prejudicial and discriminatory laws were passed laws were passed out of fear as to what impact the new arrivals would have on mainstream America. The author of this paper concludes that American immigration policy in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century was more than restrictive, it was blatantly discriminatory. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPjapImm.rtf

Japanese Government and Economic Status
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A 7 page overview of Japanese governmental and societal structure, her relationship with the U.S., and how these factors have influenced her economy. This paper emphasizes that Japan’s emphasis on education industrialization has paid off in one of the highest per-capita incomes, and standards of living, in the Asian world. It notes, however, that even Japan has experienced considerable economic turmoil in recent years. The meltdown of the Asian Tiger in the late 1990s has opened the world’s eyes to the realities of economics and politics as they have never been opened before. Fortunately, the U.S. is still on back stage in regard to aiding Japan onward to a promising economic future. In contrast to the Clinton Administration who apparently sought to undermine Japanese/U.S. relations, the Bush administration has expressed support for Japan’s structural and economic reform. President George W. Bush’s recent tour of Japan reemphasized that fact. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Jean Bethke Elshtain’s “Democracy on Trial” and Cornel West’s “ Race Matters”
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A 9 page overview of the similarities and differences which exist between the ideologies of these two noted authors. While West attributes societal problems to our government, particularly the problems we are currently seeing in the African American community, Elshtain sees those problems as a result of individual choices. West sees advantages in a socialist system of government while Elshtain values the democratic system which is currently in place. No additional sources are listed.
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Jean Elshtain's, "Just War Against Terror":
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This 5 page paper provides an examination of the argument that Elshtain provides in support of the U.S. intervention in Iraq. This paper delves into the reasons for this author's support and her purpose for writing the book. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: GSJusWar.rtf

Jefferson’s Virginia
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5 pages in length. Discussion of the book "Political Leadership in Jefferson’s Virginia" by Daniel P. Jordan. This paper explains the differences of political sentiment among the different political parties. As the book goes on to explain, the people resolve themselves naturally into two components; that of the authoritarian, which favors government that controls the people, and that of the democratic that favors government controlled by the people. The nation of people chooses a path that is, in fact, sought by one or the other of the above two parties. Includes quotes from Thomas Jefferson and explores the principles upon which the government was founded. Bibliography cites one source.
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John Berger's 'Ways of Seeing'
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the essential elements of Berger's book Ways of Seeing. No additional sources cited.
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John Ensign / Senate Campaign
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15 pages in length. Republican John Ensign did not lose the Senate race because he was not popular; indeed, the one-time veterinarian and casino director held much of the Nevada constituency in the palm of his hand. His clean-cut, family image, handsome exterior and outward appeal for the betterment of all Nevadans placed Ensign in good favor with the public. However, he was up against a tough Democratic incumbent by the name of Harry Reid. Both candidates pitched a good, solid campaign, yet only one was ultimately chosen to occupy Nevada's Senate seat. The writer discusses Ensign's campaign as it relates to the 1998 Senate race. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Jensign.wps


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