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Does Welfare Actually Help Create Poverty?
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A 2 page paper which discusses whether welfare is actually helping to eradicate poverty, or merely furthering its development. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAwelfare.wps

Drilling for Oil in the Great Lakes Area
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This 5 page paper provides an overview of the problem but argues that drilling should not be done. Specific information on how drilling for oil can harm the environment is provided. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: SA124oil.rtf

Driving Age Should Be Raised In Florida
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10 pages in length. The author argues that the legal driving age should be raised in Florida. It is posited that America is a country where car crashes kill more than 5,000 15 to 20 year olds than any other cause. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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Drug Testing in Employment: Discussion of Arguments Presented and in Relation to Capitalism
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This is a 5 page paper discussing drug testing in the work place arguments. DesJardins and Duska (1996) present two different arguments in regards to drug testing in employment. The first argument is based on the assumption that drug use adversely affects job performance which is rejected as a sound argument by the authors. The second argument is based on the assumption that employee drug use can harm the employer, other employees and the public which is considered acceptable by the authors only if there it is restricted and there is a consideration that drug testing should be voluntary by the employees. However, DesJardins and Duska do not provide sufficient basis for even their second argument in which under some circumstances employees could be tested to prevent harm. Regardless of the circumstance, employees who use drugs cannot be assumed that they will bring harm to others similar to the basis used in the argument that employees who use drugs will be assumed to decrease in productivity. In both arguments, if employee performance is still considered satisfactory to the employer, than any other information gathered about the employee would be considered an invasion of privacy and would not ever warrant drug testing. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJdrugt1.rtf


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