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North Korea’s Withdrawal from the NPT

| March 23, 2020

Name of Student Name of Professor Political Science March 10, 2015. Introduction North Korea withdrew from the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in January 2003. This was a significant turn of events because North Korea remains the only country that has become a member state of the (NPT) and then withdrew. This withdrawal triggered concerns in neighboring […]

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Differences between a Direct and a Representative Democracy

| March 10, 2020

Name of Student Name of Professor Political Science Paper 14 March 2016. Democracy refers to a government structure whereby citizens govern themselves by participating in the passage and formulation of laws. Equality and freedom are the key pillars of a democratic government. It is important to note that there are various forms of democracy, key […]

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Locate and read Tim Dickinson’s article “The Party of the Rich.”:

| February 2, 2017

Dickinson, Tim. 2011. The Party of the Rich. Rolling Stone. Nov. 24. Write an essay, single-spaced (1.5 pages minimum) exploring the following topic: Dickinson makes an argument that the Republican Party has become the party of the rich since Ronald Reagan was president. It raises the question of whether Republican adoration of President Reagan misrepresents […]

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PSCI 1050 WA7 Image, negative advertising and the candidate

| February 1, 2017

In class, we watched both LBJ’s Daisy Girl TV ad from the 1964 campaign and Richard Nixon’s 1968 TV ad in which not a word was spoken. Both are negative ads and can be found on the website  http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/   Write a two-page memo (single-spaced, four-page double-spaced) to Pompous Blusterfuss, principal in Blusterfuss Political Consulting […]

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political system

| January 28, 2017

need help with a discussion question can anyone help. Our text suggests that political parties perform several important functions that help hold the political system together and keep it working. Which one resonates with you and why? And while you’re mulling that over, weigh in on the role interests groups play? Are they toxic to […]

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human resource management in criminal justice organizations

| January 28, 2017

As a student of human resource management in criminal justice organizations, you have studied the potential effects and cost associations of section 1983 Liability lawsuits arising out of the violation of certain protected Civil Rights. Many times such civil liability risks can be handled with confidence gained through well-informed personnel who have been well trained […]

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criminal justice organization

| January 28, 2017

criminal justice organization answer at least 1 of the following questions of your choice (you can discuss as many as you like): 1.Discuss any of the causes of organizational conflict(s). Then discuss how best to handle the issues of the conflict(s) that you chose. 2.Explain briefly how chronic health issues have an effect on the […]

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justifies the President’s indefinite detention of enemy combatants

| January 28, 2017

Final Paper is to what extent the war on terror justifies the President’s indefinite detention of enemy combatants without the possibility of the minimal judicial review protected by habeas corpus? Write an essay about the right of habeas corpus in the context of the war on terror. Your essay should address the following subtopics: 1.Explain […]

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leadership in the criminal justice organization

| January 28, 2017

leadership in the criminal justice organization answer at least 1 of the following questions of your choice (you can discuss as many as you like): 1.An issue that will always be of interest to those that manage criminal justice organizations is one of continual hiring. There is always a certain amount of personnel that leave […]

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political science concept

| January 28, 2017

Students will write an essay, at least 500 words in length, on a topic selected from the list below. The paper must discuss all items listed in the bullet point under the numbered topic. The purpose of the project is to give students an opportunity to discuss a key political science concept, and to show […]

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