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Griggs v. Duke Power Co.
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This landmark case is ttributed with the inglorious result of installing all of the perceived negative equal opportunity requirements in effect in the United States. In this 5 page paper, the writer looks at the ongoing legacy inherited from this trial, including quota systems, disparate impact and race-norming. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Griggs.wps

Hate Speech / Various Arguments in Favor of Its Demise
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A 10 page research paper that expresses various reasons for abridging the First Amendment and outlawing hate speech in the United States. The writer uses a universal approach which includes arguments from Nature (science), politics, philosophy, and religion/spirituality. The writer posits that what is really at stake is the survival of society. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Hatespee.wps

History of Capital Punishment
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This 5 page report was written to be used as the background material for an informative speech to be given on the history of capital punishment. Most nations in the developed world and an increasing number of nations in the developing world have officially abolished the death penalty. However, matters in the United States are significantly different. If public opinion polls are to be believed, the general concept of execution for crimes is still popular in the United States. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWhiscap.wps

In Defense Of American Liberties
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5 pages in length. Samuel Walker's In Defense of American Liberties: A History of the ACLU demonstrates the strengths, weaknesses and changes implemented by the American Civil Liberties Union over the past century. Its in-depth and detailed, if not sometimes strong and emotional, depiction gives the reader a sense of reality with regard to how it was -- and still is -- to fight for one's inherent freedoms. The writer discusses Walker's interpretation of how the ACLU climbed up from the ranks to become the most respected civil liberties organization. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Walker3.wps

Information Theory as an Explanation for Policy Failure
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This 6 page report discusses public policy and whether or not when policy fails, if 'implementation theory' can be pointed to as a convincing explanation of the failure. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Polfail.wps

Interest Groups and the U.S. Supreme Court
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15 pages in length. Excellent for anyone studying judicial systems or public administration ...With much attention paid to several modern cases, this report examines the role that special interest groups have in determining the decisions of Supreme Court Justices. It is argued that special interest groups have actually come to have a bit too much power today and that their resulting abuses should be curtailed. The cases of Clarence Thomas and of Robert Bork are used as primary points of discussion. Bibliography lists 11 sources and a FREE annotated bibliography briefly describes their use in the paper.
Filename: Judicnom.wps

Interstate Commerce and Picketing / Consitutional Issues
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A 4 page essay on a hypothetical scenario and the constitutionality of a law prohibiting the interference with interstate commercy. The writer details the constitutional theories on which the law could be struck down. No bibliography.
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Jacobson v. United States (1992)
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A 1 page discussion of this Supreme Court ruling. Outlines the case details of a two and one-half year campaign by the government to entice petitioner to order child pornography. Although the petitioner was originally convicted, the Supreme Court overturned that ruling based on the obvious intent of the government to entrap the petitioner. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPlawBr3.wps

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