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Can We Win the "War on Terror"?
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This 3 page paper discusses the methods we can use to win the "war on terror" and whether or not it can be won in the first place. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: HVTrrWar.rtf

Canada and the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis
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A 10 page contention that while the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis composed the first real threat to North American territory since the bombing of Pearl Harbor in World War II, the reaction of the two countries most threatened by this crisis was considerably different. The U.S. reaction was swift yet perhaps somewhat premature. Canadian reaction was considerably slower. Concludes that while many criticize Canada's reaction to the Cuban Missile Crisis and the U.S. request for Canadian alert, her caution was actually prudent given the threat of all-out nuclear world war as a result of U.S. actions and the concerns for Canadian sovereignty in regard to the control of her military. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPCanMis.rtf

CANADA: CONSERVATISM INTO NEO-CONSERVATISM
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This 7-page paper focuses on the movement of Canada's political system to the more right-wing Reform Party, from the Progressive Conservative Party. Bibliogprahy lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTneoconca.rtf

Canadian Administrative Reforms: Trends, Improvements and Concerns
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This is a 10 page paper discussing Canadian administrative reforms, concerns and improvements. The Canadian federal government reforms over the past fifty years have shifted a great deal in their initiatives, structures and priorities which have deeply impacted the reforms and initiatives of the provincial and municipal governments as well. The reforms in the 1960s and 1970s in Canada initiated by the Canadian government established an increase in social systems, benefits and an increase in the public sector which allowed for the support of these programs. While no major shift occurred during the 1980s, the recession of the early 1990s and an increasing federal public deficit of over $540 billion led to a great deal of restructuring and shifting of initiatives and resources in the mid to late 1990s. Federal funding was drastically reduced by reforms which led to the decentralization and privatization of programs and industry and an increased responsibility placed on each provincial and territorial government. The provincial governments in turn enacted reforms which led to drastic cuts in education, health care and social programs which are still considered controversial and a major concern today. Recently, governmental reforms have shifted slightly again to highlight business networking, accountability, regulation and e-government in order to increase efficiency and accessibility of governmental services. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJCanad1.rtf


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