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Justifications for Selling Pharmaceutical Products at a Narrow Profit Margin
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A 4 page scenario in which the U.S. government requires a pharmaceutical company to sell to six developing nations at a narrow profit margin. This paper demonstrates that not only should human life be considered more valuable than economic profit but such a view would have been embraced by our founding fathers themselves. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Justifications for the Use of Atomic Bombs in World War II
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A 5 page consideration of our reasons for dropping atomic bombs on Japan during World War II. This paper dispels the many fallacies touted by those that criticize our actions. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Justifying Power
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A 5 page essay that addresses the topic of political expediency. Presumably leaders and nations base their actions on rationales that place put a priority on the welfare of the people, rather than political expediency. However, in the early sixteenth century, Niccolo Machiavelli pointed out that actions that are political expedient are necessary in order for those who are in power to remain in power. Rather than going through the charade of pretending that there are other rationales for authoritarian action, Machiavelli cut to the heart of the matter and laid out a course of action for rulers, based on his observations of human nature, that he calculated as effective and these actions were based on political expediency rather than morality. This examination of political expediency looks first at Machiavelli's philosophy and then at how it is evidenced in British colonial policy in the first half of the twentieth century as evidenced in the writing of George Orwell. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Justifying The Invasion Of Iraq
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4 pages in length. Justifying America's invasion of Iraq as it relates to lead coalition amidst France's decision to abstain speaks to the divergent levels of panic September 11th left upon the world. The United States has believed all along that other global nations were just as impacted by 911's terrorist attacks as it was, expecting all the while they would become part of America's coalition when wartime ultimately arrived. When this was not the case, it became painfully clear how several countries – namely France – were nowhere near the level of intensity that America harbored against Iraq. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Justifying The Use Of Weapons Of Mass Destruction In Modern Warfare
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4 pages in length. The writer discusses the issues of national security as it relates to defending the moral and legal justification of using weapons of mass destruction in modern warfare. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Juxtaposing Opinions of George Orwell’s “1984” with John MacArthur’s “Second Front: Censorship and Propaganda in the Gulf War”
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A 6 page paper which juxtaposes Orwell’s fiction with MacArthur’s fact, considering through historical data how much about hysteria and mind control American people can be controlled and misled by a government conspiracy. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Kantian Ethics in Military Duty
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A 3 page paper evaluating the ethics of a blatant case of military fraternization and favoritism, discussed from the perspective of Kant’s philosophy. The paper urges the individual caught in the middle to exercise Kant’s categorical imperative. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Kaplan, Imperial Grunts
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An 8 page book review and research paper that profiles Robert D. Kaplan’s book Imperial Grunts. Reviewer William Holahan states that Kaplan “defines the reach of America’s new imperialism as (being) so broad that it touches all areas of operation under the present combatant commanders” (Holahan, 2006, p. 49). As this definition suggests, an interesting feature of Kaplan’s perspective is that he perceives the idea of America as an imperial conqueror in the tradition of “ancient Greece and Rome, the Ottoman empire, and…Great Britain” as merely stating reality and he, more or less, sees this as a good thing, with the qualification that it should be handled properly (Holahan, 2006, p. 49). This examination of Kaplan’s Imperial Grunts looks specifically at the fifth and eighth chapters, which deal with the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, respectively, in order to ascertain a fuller and more detailed picture of Kaplan’s view of U.S. imperialism. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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