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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Bush's policies and the constitution
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A paper which considers the extent to which President Bush's policies on anti-terrorism, Iraq and state-supported religious groups are in violation of the tenets of the US Constitution.
Filename: JLbush.rtf

Bush’s Affirmative Action Views Help Hispanics
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The first thing anyone will notice when observing the Bush White House and its Advisors is that it has color. Instead of talking about Affirmative Action, George W. Bush has included people of color on his actual consultant staff. Three names easily come to mind, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and Alberto Gonzales, the latter his candidate for the Supreme Court Justice position. When Bush is on TV, the good ole white boy club is visually gone. His advisors are an example of what Bush refers to as “affirmative access,” his replacement for Affirmative Action. It’s the President’s method, lived by example, of providing racial integration that, in practice, far exceeds any claim in support of equal access under the unsuccessful Affirmative Action program. In light of Bush’s nature to take action, his Administration has gone further than any other White House in support of the Hispanic community. 5 works cited. jvBushAA.rtf
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C-SPAN’s Coverage of the Impeachment Hearings
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A 5 page discussion of the 1999 impeachment hearings. Discusses the concept of impeachment, the major players, the underlying political agendas, and the many shortcomings of the political process. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPimpech.wps

Campaign Finance Reform
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(5pp). In 1974 Congress passed a set of laws that changed the amount of money which could be donated to an individual campaign. Contributions to candidates are now limited to $1,000, per contributor, that's called hard money. But of course many people and organizations, including special interest groups such as defense contractors, the gambling industry, organized labor have more money that they would like to spend on politics than they can get to candidates in $1,000 increments. So they give much larger amounts to advocacy groups, political action committees and the political party. That is called soft money. Not much else has happened in the last 25 years of discussion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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