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“Social policies and human rights in Vietnam under Doi Moi”
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A ten page paper which looks at the way in which the doi moi policy of the late 1980s has affected social policy and human rights issues in Vietnam, with reference to the perspective of the Hanoi government, internal dissidents, and external commentators from countries such as the USA who have been directly involved in the economic as well as the social implications of doi moi. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: JLDoimoi.rtf

“Terrorism”
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A five page paper which looks at the various ways in which terrorism can be defined, and the difficulties inherent in arriving at a definition which can be applied in all situations, especially with regard to the use of violence in order to achieve political or ideological ends. Bibliography lists 5 sources
Filename: JLterror.rtf

“The British electoral system”
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A paper which looks at the ‘first past the post’ electoral system in the UK, considers its advantages and disadvantages, and looks at possible alternatives which would allow a more accurate and representative system of voting.
Filename: JLUKelec.wps

“The California Cauldron”: A Review of the Problems Relating to Immigration Which are Facing California
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A 4 page review of William A. Clark’s “The California Cauldron”, a book which explores the impacts of recent immigration on California. Clark explores the changes in laws and other factors which have led California to become one of the most demographically evolving regions in the United States. While many of the changes which have been incurred by the state as a whole, there are adverse impacts to this high level of immigration. Californian immigration has, in fact, both social and spatial consequences. Clark investigates these impacts and asserts that if the current immigration patterns are maintained not only the state but also the nation could suffer dire consequences. No additional sources are listed.
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