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Mass-panic You are the chief of police of Stretch City and a weapon of mass destruction was just detonated at Mid-City High School. You have over 100 casualties as a direct result of the explosion and you have a credible threat that there may be several secondary devices somewhere within a few blocks of the school. Also, when they heard about the explosion, a group […]
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Processing Porous and Non-Porous Surfaces Part One For this assignment, you will process a variety of porous and nonporous items for latent prints using black fingerprint powder or crushed charcoal. Choose between 510 different types of surfaces (porous and nonporous). It is very important to pick a variety of different surfaces for this Assignment. Some types of surfaces that you would expect to find fingerprints […]
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All modern western nations (Canada, Western Europe, Australia, ect) have adopted a univeral health care system in which all citizens have equal access to health care. The US is the only exception. In your opinion, why has the US resisted adopting such a system, and should we? Why or why not?
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In this assignment, you will create a practical and professional document that will represent the level of work that is expected from modern professional policy analysts. Use the information from the worksheet you completed for the Week 8 assignment to build on for this assignment. Use the Internet databases to research the global or international issue or challenge selected in the Week 8 assignment and […]
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What is contracting out? Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of contracting out. Do you think that the advantages outweigh the disadvantages? When would contracting out NOT be advantageous?
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The Dynamics of Public Policy in America The Dynamics of Public Policy in America Public policy is a goal-oriented course of action that the government follows in dealing with a problem or issue in the country. Public policies are based on law, but many people other than legislators set them. Individuals, groups, and even government agencies all play a part in the policy-making process, […]
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r this assignment, respond to one of the following options: Option 1: Find a recent article (less than one month old) from a reputable news source concerning a Free and Fair Trade issue between at least two countries. Summarize the article. What is the issue? Explain why this issue is important to the global community. Evaluate the source. What is your opinion? Option 2: Find a recent […]
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1 Why is culture important to political scientists? 2. How is political science an interdisciplinary major? 3. How can politics be treated as a science? 4. Describe how modern liberalism differs from classical liberalism and explain how modern conservatism related to classical liberalism? 5. Explain how nationalism can be dangerous to a nation. Use both theoretical ideas and concrete examples to support your claims 6. […]
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Instructions You are a lobbyist for an issue that you find important. For example, you would like to see the banning of smoking in federal buildings (Note: This policy has already been enacted.) You are going to make an informational pamphlet to highlight your points to prominent members of Congress. Research members of Congress that you will target in your lobbying. Explain why these […]
What is the difference between parliamentary and presidential democracy?