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Analysis of the Hill/Thomas Hearings
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This 5 page paper provides an analysis of the hearings which took place in 1991 regarding allegations of sexual harassment by Clarence Thomas. An evaluation of linguistic techniques and rhetoric used by both Thomas and Anita Hill are included. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA25Hill.wps

Anti-Abortion Argument
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A 19 page research paper that presents an argument against abortion. There are few issues that can cause as many heated and sometimes, irrational, debates than that of abortion. The issue strikes at the very heart of an individual's religious and philosophical beliefs. This essay presents the arguments and argues that abortion is wrong under any circumstances. The writer presents legal, scientific and moral and ethical evidence to support this conclusion. Statistical data are included. 1 Table is included. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PGnoabor.msw

Are Supreme Court Decisions Really "Landmarks ?"
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A 4 page discussion of Supreme Court rulings in which the writer argues that "landmark" precedents are not really as ground-breaking as they seem. The writer posits that most Supreme Court decisions have actually come from clear and concise points in the U.S. Constitution and are only reflections of changing social urges. As an example, Brown v. Board of Topeka is described as a case whose decision reflected the growing Civil Rights movement but whose "precedent" had actually been created long before in the 14th amendment. No Bibliography.
Filename: Courtsup.wps

Astrology & The First Amendment
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Approximately 50 pages of analytical and opinionated writing that attempt to respond to the title question : "Astrology, Psychics, Superstition, Cults in America: Symptoms of a malfunctioning First Amendment?" No bibliography.
Filename: Astrlogy.wps

Barenblatt v United States (1959)
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This 5 page paper considers this landmark case, outlining the circumstances, the claims and the findings, explaining the reasoning behind the findings and then concluding with the logical justification of this case which appears to breach the First and the Forth Amendment. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEbaranb.wps

Book Review / The Establishment Clause
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A 5 page comprehensive analysis of Leonard Levy's (1986) "The Establishment Clause: Religion and the First Amendment." It is pointed out that only in the middle decades of the 20th century have the religious clauses of the U.S. Constitution been so extensively interpreted by the U.S. Supreme Court as the basis for a religiously pluralistic society. The writer then goes into a thorough explication of issues explored by Levy and posits that Congress often acts beyond its inherent Constitutional boundaries.
Filename: Estabcla.wps

Book Review / The Establishment Clause
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Similar to Estabcla.wps (above)- this 5 page report discusses Leonard Levy's book, "The Establishment Clause: Religion and the First Amendment" which traces the sources of disestablishment since the colonial experience. Levy concludes that, Congress in writing the religious freedom clause, took the broad view, flatly prohibiting government support to religion in general - i.e. to all denominations, without discrimination. Full citation for book provided in bibliography.
Filename: Estabcl2.wps

Brown v. Board Of Ed As Viewed By Kluger
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A 5 page look at the sociopolitical climate under which much of the country operated in during the time following the Brown v Board of Education decision. When the Supreme Court drew the line on allowing more time for states to come into compliance, it sounded the end of leniency on many issues for which there should be none. Brown v Board of Education carried implications far beyond that of equal public school instruction. No bibliography.
Filename: Brownklu.wps

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