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Changing Definitions: Native American Heritage as it Relates to DNA Testing
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A 10 page discussion of the governmental role and interest in the classification of "Native American". Explains the governmental restrictions as to who can classify themselves as Native American, the necessity of being on a tribal roll, and the inadequacies and injustices of that approach. Includes information about self-identification of race and ethnicity for the purpose of the U.S. Census and suggests that DNA typing would be a more acceptable means of qualifying for tribal rolls than would the methodologies which are in use today. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPnaDNA.wps

Changing Responses to Domestic Violence Situations
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This 12 page paper addresses the issue of domestic violence, viewing it in historical perspective. The way in which situations are handled today is different than it was a decade or two ago. Several case studies are noted. The Shannon Doherty and O.J. Simpson cases, in respect to domestic violence, are referenced. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: SA014DVi.wps

Charitable Trusts; Bequests in a Will
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This 8 page paper considers English law and the way in which clauses in a will may be interpreted if seeking charitable trust status. The clauses include provision for employees in need, church work and the saying of a mass, the provision and maintenance of as monument, a bequest to aid in the education of a doctor, a gift to a cricket club which is an unincorporated association and general charitable gifting. The writer cites numerous cases. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEcharty.wps

Child Support Collection & IRS
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This 10 page report discusses tax and collection issues as they relate to the payment of child support in the United States. The question explored is whether or not the IRS should have responsibility for child support tracking and enforcement. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Chilsupp.wps

Child Support in the United States
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Approximately 4 pages worth of notes on Child Support, relevant laws etc; Includes contact information. No bibliography.
Filename: Childsup.wps

CIF Terms in Sales Contracts
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14 pages in length. In order to best determine the circumstances under which the buyer has the remedy of termination in international sales contracts on CIF terms, we must first determine what is required in a CIF contract. There are many topics to consider when one considers international shipping, and this paper will cover them in order to give the best overall consideration as to how to terminate a CIF contract and what would constitute being unable to terminate a CIF contract. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGAciftm.wps

Civil Disobedience Or Vigilantism?
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5 pages in length. In assessing whether or not Samuel Mohammed is a vigilante or an individual practicing civil disobedience, one must first determine what if anything the authorities had done to rectify the situation. Granted, one can readily surmise that law enforcement officials were well aware of the crack house and its detrimental impact upon surrounding neighborhoods. Why was the abandoned building not boarded up, condemned or otherwise outfitted to deter such undesirable activity long before Mohammed was compelled to set fire to the structure? Was there no other viable solution as a means by which to address the escalating problem of the crack house? The writer discusses whether or not a man who purposely set fire to an abandoned crack house was acting out of civil disobedience or vigilantism. No bibliography.
Filename: TLCvigil.wps

Coca, Erythroxylum coca, The Start of Cocaine
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This 7 page report discusses cocaine and the coca plant, Erythroxylum coca. The plant itself is native to South America where it has been cultivated since the time of the Incas. Most of the world's coca grows in Bolivia, Colombia and Peru. Although the illegal cocaine market has changed coca production in a fundamental way, traditional legal uses of the plant for chewing and herb tea, with their export markets, remain. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWccaine.wps

 

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