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  • Drug Trafficking in the United States

    Drug Trafficking in the United States

    Many things life are questionable, but there are even more things that we all agree on rather then disagreeing, I was standing this morning outside smoking this morning when I saw two kids that aren't over sixteen smoking with us and talking about the different drugs they have used and how different drugs they used made them feel. I was stunned with my coworker and could have swore I thought of my son when I

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    Submitted: February 11, 2012 Autor: Antonio
  • History of the United States Case

    History of the United States Case

    The history of the United States as covered in American schools and universities typically begins with either Christopher Columbus's 1492 voyage to the Americas or with the prehistory of the Native peoples, with the latter approach having become increasingly common in recent decades.[1] The United States of America began as an independent nation with the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. European colonists reached the Gulf and Pacific coasts, but the largest settlements were

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    Submitted: November 10, 2012 Autor: Rawrlol
  • School-Based Interventions for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Among United States Adolescents - a Systematic Review

    School-Based Interventions for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Among United States Adolescents - a Systematic Review

    3035401992 Xiaochen LI School-based interventions for alcohol and drug abuse among United States adolescents - a systematic review Introduction Alcohol or Drug abuse is commonly understood in terms of incidents when the level of alcohol or drug consumption lead to physical, psychological, or social issues. According to World Health Organization (“WHO”), alcohol abuse causes 3.3 million net deaths (5.9% of total) and 139 million net Disability-Adjusted Life Years (“DALYs”) (5.1% of total) annually worldwide. What

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    Essay Length: 642 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: April 24, 2018 Autor: Steven Xiaochen Li
  • Dbq Essay - Industrialization of the United States

    Dbq Essay - Industrialization of the United States

    DBQ Essay The Industrialization of the United States was considered by many to be an improvement to American life. For others, industrialization brought many problems to the society. Industrialization began around 1865, people wanted jobs to support their families and they saw an opportunity in the new factories. These factories had a great demand for workers. This eventually helped the cities grow in population because more and more people moved to the cities looking for

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    Essay Length: 290 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 8, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Impact of Terrorism on the Economic & Social Aspects of United States

    Impact of Terrorism on the Economic & Social Aspects of United States

    Impact Of Terrorism On The Economic & Social Aspects of United States 1. Introduction 2. The effects on tourism of September 11th attacks in United States 3.Conclusions 1. Introduction Terrorism is using of force or violence against people or property by groups or persons for political goals. For example, in violation of the criminal laws, coercion or ransom. Terrorist acts can be bombing, attack of biological or chemical agents or weapons of mass destruction(WMD). Most

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    Essay Length: 1,112 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: March 8, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Poverty in the United States

    Poverty in the United States

    Poverty in the United States Many people here in the US or abroad, are forced to live a life in poverty. There are many various types of poverty that exist with several causes. The people who live in poverty are different from the people that don't. These people face many social, physical, and mental challenges that impact themselves and their societies. Many measures have been taken to attack and thus limit the spread of poverty

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    Submitted: March 8, 2011 Autor: antoni
  • Business United States Gift and Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Return

    Business United States Gift and Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Return

    Form 709, United States Gift (and Generation-Skipping Transfer) Tax Return, is used to report taxable gifts. The form is required for the transfer of all gifts other than: 1. A transfer that is not more than the annual exclusion, 2. A qualified transfer for educational or medical expenses, or 3. A transfer to your spouse that qualifies for unlimited marital deduction. C. Due Date - All gift and generation skipping taxes (GST) are computed and

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    Essay Length: 411 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 14, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Unite States Federal Reserve Paper

    Unite States Federal Reserve Paper

    The Unite States Federal Reserve is the central bank which attempt to influence the economy by changing the level of reserves in the banking system (Lipsey, Courant, Ragan, 1999). In this text, the purpose and function of money will be define, in addition to, how the central bank manages a nation's monetary system, at least one federal reserve policy action, an outline of recent monetary policy in the US and the effects of monetary policies

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    Essay Length: 766 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: April 3, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Fast Food Nation: The United States of Obesity

    Fast Food Nation: The United States of Obesity

    College students throughout the United States leave their first classes of the morning and are ready for lunch. On campus they have the options of McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s and Taco Bell. All of these fast food restaurants are very popular choices among teenagers. Unfortunately these choices are very unhealthy and are linked to many negative effects on the body. The most common effects are health issues, obesity and student academics. Students are putting more

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    Essay Length: 3,174 Words / 13 Pages
    Submitted: May 31, 2011 Autor: ahmadkamel22
  • United States Juvenile Crimes

    United States Juvenile Crimes

    1. Overview In the United States juvenile crime is spreading extensively. The number of juvenile offenders ensures that the corrections industry is well off into the century. It's unfortunately that with the number increasing comes the racial and ethnic disparities. In our society to understand why there are disparities is very important, when attempting to understand the large amount of juvenile crimes in the United States. There are many promotions within the justice system which

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    Essay Length: 353 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: September 13, 2011 Autor: peter
  • China and United States

    China and United States

    In this article you will find out how two different countries argue about how much money they make in the same products as Apple and IBM. I peak this article because I never thought that two countries will argue bout the same products or how much money the countries will make for the same. I read Chapter I of the book an as soon I was done reading I understood what International Marketing means. This

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    Essay Length: 776 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: September 22, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Should the United States Do More to Fight Homeless

    Should the United States Do More to Fight Homeless

    Nothing is Free According to an article written by Martin Donohoe in the July 2004 Women's Health Issue, "Over 7% of persons living in the United States have been homeless(defined as sleeping in shelters, the street, abandoned buildings, cars, or bus and train stations) at some point in their lives." Homelessness in this country is an unfortunate and sad part of everyday life for many people. It is hard for many people to understand how

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    Essay Length: 1,099 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 9, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Affirmative Action in the United States

    Affirmative Action in the United States

    Affirmative action in the United States means giving better treatment to members of specific groups such as minorities, and woman in right of entry to universities or employment in government and businesses. Affirmative action was first introduced by President Kennedy in 1961 to balance discrimination, which still existed despite civil right laws, and constitutional guarantees which were created by President John F Kennedy. Affirmative action is a policy that was not initiated until the Civil

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    Essay Length: 1,542 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: November 17, 2011 Autor: antoni
  • E-Commerce Regulations in the United States

    E-Commerce Regulations in the United States

    E-COMMERCE REGULATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES Alessandra Esposito International Trade Law Assignement ASIAN MBA 2011-2012 INSEEC I NUMERI MANCANO PERCHè QUESTO SCHIFO DI WORD STARTER NON MI FA METTERE IL SOMMARIO ( E NEANCHE LE NOTE A PIE DI PAGINA) THE E-COMMERCE REGULATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INTRODUCTION 1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY a. PATENTS b. TRADEMARKS AND SERVICE MARKS c. TRADE DRESS d. COPYRIGHT 2. ADVERTISING a. THE CAN-SPAM ACT 3. ELECTRONICS CONTRACTS AND

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    Essay Length: 2,453 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Handling Business: Comparison Between Japan and the United States

    Handling Business: Comparison Between Japan and the United States

    Handling Business: Comparison between Japan and the United States International Marketing and Management December 16th, 2011 Table of contents: Introduction …………………… 3 Business culture …………………… 3-6 Non-verbal communication …………………… 6-9 Government involvement in private business …………………… 9-14 Business in Japan vs. United States …………………… 14-20 Conclusion …………………… 20 References …………………… 21-22 Introduction Japan and the U.S. have different cultures from each other. Their historical context is one of the reasons of why they have different

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    Submitted: February 12, 2012 Autor: andrey
  • The Strategic Importance of the United States' Unconventional Oil Reserves

    The Strategic Importance of the United States' Unconventional Oil Reserves

    Why do we continue to import oil from hostile countries and drill for oil in deep ocean environments when the United States Rocky Mountains currently have the largest hydrocarbon reserves on the planet? Are politicians gaming the population with the fear of dirty oil production sites and land based catastrophes that have yet to happen? Would politicians rather import 12 million barrels of crude oil a day from all over the world than to use

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    Essay Length: 2,240 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: February 21, 2012 Autor: viki
  • Government Electronic Surveillance in the United States

    Government Electronic Surveillance in the United States

    Government Electronic Surveillance in the United States Table of Contents Introduction 3 History 5 Recent History 10 Data Encryption Practices 11 State and Local Government Surveillance 14 Conclusion 15 References 17 Introduction It's a crisp spring morning in the Greater Seattle Area. The citizens of Seattle Metropolitan Area are driving their vehicles, riding the buses, walking down the streets; basically carrying out their normal lives as they would on any normal day. This includes the

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    Essay Length: 4,694 Words / 19 Pages
    Submitted: February 23, 2012 Autor: antoni
  • Government Electronic Surveillance in the United States

    Government Electronic Surveillance in the United States

    Government Electronic Surveillance in the United States Table of Contents Introduction 3 History 5 Recent History 10 Data Encryption Practices 11 State and Local Government Surveillance 14 Conclusion 15 References 17 Introduction It’s a crisp spring morning in the Greater Seattle Area. The citizens of Seattle Metropolitan Area are driving their vehicles, riding the buses, walking down the streets; basically carrying out their normal lives as they would on any normal day. This includes the

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    Submitted: February 23, 2012 Autor: reeshahmitchell
  • Should English Be Declared the official Language of the United States?

    Should English Be Declared the official Language of the United States?

    Language is considered to be one of the most important communication elements of national identity (Storey 57). Each nation is represented by its own official language and thereby demonstrates its unity and power. If one country cannot decide on its own official language, it may cause numerous misunderstandings among other nations and make these nations doubt about this country’s ability to manage its civilization. This is why English has to be declared the official language

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    Submitted: March 20, 2012 Autor: RonLiu35
  • Health Care Issues in the United States

    Health Care Issues in the United States

    Running head: HEALTH CARE ISSUES Health Care Issues in the United States   Abstract Health care in the United States has been a hot topic issue for many years. This topic has been at the fore front of many political figures as well as the individuals greatly affected by this matter. This paper will attempt to examine the health care predicament in this country. Whether it is good or bad, health care is an issue

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    Essay Length: 1,614 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: March 31, 2012 Autor: DwanD
  • The United States Beer Industry

    The United States Beer Industry

    1. The U.S. brewing industry has become more concentrated over the last two decades for several reasons. a. The consumption of beer has been slowly declining, in order for companies to gain market share, they have to take customers from other companies. This would then lead to some companies to go out of business due to the lack of customers. b. Brand loyalty also increased. Advertisement played a large role. Larger companies were able to

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    Submitted: April 12, 2012 Autor: mollym7733
  • Reparations: Has the United States Successfully Made Amends for Its Own Civil Atrocities?

    Reparations: Has the United States Successfully Made Amends for Its Own Civil Atrocities?

    Reparations: Has the United States successfully made amends for its own civil atrocities? Discussions of reparations for oppressed ethnic groups are a controversial subject for many reasons. Are descendents of those who suffered eligible for reparations, and if so, what should the compensation package look like? Have these groups already received some form of compensation, and if so, was it enough? Can the country realistically afford to develop a reparations package to satisfy those in

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    Submitted: May 20, 2012 Autor: mbezduch
  • Price Crafts the Text to Reveal Her View of United States Culture Through Her Description and Diction

    Price Crafts the Text to Reveal Her View of United States Culture Through Her Description and Diction

    Uchenna Eze June 13, 2012 Price crafts the text to reveal her view of United States culture through her description and diction. Furthermore, Price views United States culture as weak and spineless. Generally, the United States is unknown for breeding a specific type of animal or worshipping one as many cultures do such as Indians worship cows or kangaroos are bed in Australia; In the excerpt, Price explains different countries such as Egypt and Mexico

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    Submitted: June 13, 2012 Autor: jon
  • Global Warming in the United States

    Global Warming in the United States

    Global Warming in the United States Abigail Cruz University of Phoenix 10/18/11 Global Warming in the United States There are various environmental issues that have for a long time affected most countries. These issues range from nuclear power accidents to global warming and oil spills among others. The focus of this paper will be on a very critical issue that has in recent years been at the centre of debates all over the world that

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    Submitted: July 11, 2012 Autor: simba
  • The Global Context of Management - Haier - United States

    The Global Context of Management - Haier - United States

    The Global Context of Management Assessment 1: Haier - United States Feng Xuan 10901123 Table of contents Executive Summary....................................................................................2 1. Introduction...............................................................................................3 2. Industrial Overview.................................................................................3 3. PESTLE Analysis.....................................................................................3 3.1. Political/ Legal Environments...................................................................4 3.2. Economic Environment..............................................................................4 3.3. Socio - cultural Environment.....................................................................4 3.4. Technological Environment.......................................................................5 3.5. Ecological Environment.............................................................................5 4. Porters 5 Forces.......................................................................................6 4.1. Rivalry of Haier in The US Household Appliances Market....................6 4.2. Competition from New Members in The US Household Appliances Market................................................................................................................6 4.3. Threats from Substitutes............................................................................6 4.4.

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    Submitted: November 2, 2012 Autor: wangyoucao

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