Using the web resources, locate and summarize a real-life example of when contract rights secured through collective bargaining conflict with civil rights

Using the web resources, locate and summarize a real-life example of when contract rights secured through collective bargaining conflict with civil rights
Collective bargaining understood a formal process which gives employees a voice in decisions that affect their work and their clients (Blanpain 2005). It gives workers an opportunity to negotiate with their employers in such questions, as determining salary, benefits, hours and the conditions of their work. Collective bargaining also provides the workers or employees with a contract that puts all those guarantees in written form, while also protecting employees from unfair treatment.

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Research Paper: Exigency

Research Paper: Exigency
Exigency testing is extremely important for the assessment of the effectiveness of the group action. At the same time, the testing of exigency may raise certain difficulties because today there is no perfect method of testing of exigency. Therefore, while testing the exigency, it is important to take into consideration specificities of the group action to evaluate the impact and overall effectiveness of exigency on the group action.

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No child left behind

No child left behind
First the NCLB Act (No child left behind) was proposed in 2001 by the administration of Pres. George W. Bush, was signed in January 2002 and reauthorized by Senate in 2008. The new interest to this act was inspired by the recent idea of Pres. Obama to seek the re-authorization of this act again. NCLB act is another act aimed on the reformation of educational system in the USA. As all the previous and other acts, this act has its advantages and disadvantages. The objective of this essay is to persuade the readers that NCLB is failing children.

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White racial identity

White racial identity
Now, when I am young adult, I understand that there were not many people of color in my neighborhood when I was a child. However, I have had two friends who were people of color. One of them was from Guatemala and other was African American. I didn’t thin about the racial issues; I just enjoyed the time and was glad that there are many children to play. When I became younger I became more experienced in the issue of racial differentiation, I have heard something on TV, and from my relatives, but I was just a careless adolescent and didn’t care.

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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein is a man who made a lot in his life. His deeds and inventions changed the world and gave many people the new vision of the universe. He is an outstanding figure of the 20th century and there are not many people who can compare with him in the significance and importance of the inventions done during his life. He was a philosopher, a theoretical physicist, an author of many works. He is widely regarded to be one of the most influential and famous intellectuals and scientists of all times. He received the Nobel Prize in Physics, as it was stated "for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect" (Nobelprize.org).

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Examination One

Examination One
When examining the evolving nature of racial and ethnic relations in American society, 1865-1945, do you find evidence that American were becoming more or less culturally tolerant by WWII? Make sure you survey the broad scope of ethno-racial groups during this period as well as the entire 8-decade period in question.

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