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America And Russia: Tensions And Impact Upon Global Community
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8 pages in length. The writer discusses how the tensions between America and Russia transpired throughout the twentieth century. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCRussAmer.rtf

America The Melting Pot, France The Democratic Republic: How Have These Models Fared?
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10 pages in length. The United States is often referred to as a country based upon an integrationist or melting pot model of incorporation and belonging, while France is considered to be based upon a republican or assimilationist model. The manner by which these models compare and contrast brings to light how attitudes have changed throughout the twentieth century. One might readily surmise that these classifications were once based upon the notion of equity for all; however, while the validity of these classification may have at one time held some modicum of social importance, both countries have ultimately deviated from their respective models in relation to policies toward immigrants and citizenship. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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America Under Attack
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5 pages. On September 11, 2001, America was attacked by terrorists, resulting in the loss of thousands of lives and untold millions of dollars in devastation. Hardest hit were New York City and Washington D.C. Who were the terrorists who perpetrated such an attack on the United States, and what were their reasons for doing so? The United States is in the course of discovering the answers to these questions which this paper will address. This paper also considers what actions should be taken, if any, by the United States in light of these horrific events, and what the citizens of the United States feel should be done. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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America's Democratic History
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5 pages in length. The scope of democracy reaches far and wide with regard to its interpretation; while the nation's founders set forth a clear and highly transparent definition, the democratic concept has undergone an ongoing revision of meaning wholly dependent upon the objectives of specific agendas. Reining in these misconstrued undertones is as simple as revisiting some of the most fundamental documents that illustrate the foundation of what democracy truly means: the Declaration of Independence, President Bush's second inaugural address and the Port Huron Statement of the Students for a Democratic Society. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TLCdemocdec.rtf

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