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US politics

Search and Seizure

Search and seizure rights are often infringed upon due to the uncertainty and overall ambiguous laws set in place for a person’s individual rights during a search and seizure process. Laws concerning search and seizure have never seemed to be able to catch up with the modern demand for the...

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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders

This essay compares and contrasts the 2016 presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. First, a comparison of these two candidates shows that they share many of the same positions on domestic and international policies. Both candidates share similarities in their respective political backgrounds. Second, a contrast between these candidates...

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599 words | 3 page(s)
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Political Authenticity

During the United States campaigns, authenticity emerged as an important trait and theme that the voters were searching for in their 45th presidential candidate. President Donald Trump depicted this trait, convinced the citizens and emerged the winner and was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. Donald...

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The Constraints The Courts Impose On Parliamentary Sovereignty

Pursuant to the text of ‘The English Constitution’ edited by Walter Bagehot in 1867, the House of Commons has the ultimate authority in the English Constitution, while the Supremacy of the Crown is prevailing in the British Parliament. In light of the strong historical tradition, the issue on the constraints...

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America in the World

Distinguish between relative and absolute poverty (see Poverty lecture). How does the population of a low-income country such as Ethiopia differ from that of a high-income nation such as the United States in terms of these concepts? Relative poverty encompasses the core human needs, and absolute poverty is a lack...

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427 words | 3 page(s)