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Bush’s Dilemma: The Cost of the War on Terrorism
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A 3 page paper arguing that George W. Bush has no clear idea of how long the war against terrorism will last, how much it will cost or when he will need to raise taxes to pay for the effort. The bottom line is that there are too many unknowns for the Bush administration to be able to provide any firm picture of total cost of the war effort or when it will be “safe” for the economy for the administration to raise federal taxes. Without knowing how long the war effort will last, there is no way to firmly predict what the final cost will be. Without knowing that bottom-line figure, neither can tax increases be predicted. All hinges on how effective allied forces are able to be in inhibiting terrorists’ ability to act at will. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KSwarCostIraq.rtf

Bush: His Plans for Higher Education
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7 pages in length. Within this paper we will discuss the proposals of George W. Bush for higher education policy. Included will be an advance memo which highlights the key issues that will be made during the President's briefing. The briefing will include the basic background and context on where higher education fits as a political issue in comparison to K-12, and information on the central public concerns in higher education.Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Business and Government in Canada
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This is a 3 page paper discussing business and the Government of Canada relations. Historically, the Canadian government maintained a close relationship with businesses within Canada in that for the large part the Canadian government controlled and owned most of the major business sectors within the country such as natural resources, agriculture, and the transport industries to name a few. This ideology led to a nationalization of the country especially prior and during the years of World War II when Prime Minister Mackenzie King provided a great deal of financial investments in the development of business opportunities within Canada. By the second half of the 20th century, Canada had become a social and welfare state which began to take its toll on the economy and government. During the 1970s and 1980s, “downsizing” and the start of privatization of governmental industries began to take place. Today, the relationship between the Canadian government and business has changed significantly. Through financial support and trade policy, the Canadian government provides assistance to businesses which will encourage national and international investment in Canada. These businesses are those which are in high demand in the global market place and are those which are considered innovative, service-oriented, research, technology and knowledge-based in addition to the already established industries. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Business and Government in Canada: Issues of Government Relations, The Role of Elites, Government Intervention, Regulation and Deregulation
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This is a 3 page paper discussing business and government in Canada in regards to government intervention, business relations, the roles of elites and regulation. The history of Canadian business involves a great amount of government intervention within the business industry to the extent that most historical Canadian business ventures are those which had high government involvement such as the Canadian Pacific Railway and Air Canada. However many business critics believe that this intervention is based on the Canadian government’s basic belief that the government can do a better job of controlling the economic interests of business which is contrary to those within the business industry who believe that free markets and competition actually do a better job of distributing goods and services. The practice of the government however changed in the 1980s when pressure from the corporate elite within Canada lead to a new approach in government relations with business and industry which became one of deregulation, privatization, and assistance within the competitive marketplace. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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