How May Our Government Be Different If We Did Not Have a National Constitution?

How May Our Government Be Different If We Did Not Have a National Constitution?
The national Constitution defines the existing political system. Therefore, the government is formed respectively to constitutional norms. In such a context, the government could be absolutely different, if we did not have the national Constitution because there would be no legal ground on which the national government could be built up.

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The Life and Presidency of Bill Clinton

The Life and Presidency of Bill Clinton
William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton was born in 1946 at Hope, Arkansas. He could be undoubtedly called one of the most outstanding American Presidents and his life and governance are really interesting life and success story of this outstanding figure. Personally I consider that Bill Clinton’s social and political work provided a significant contribution to the of social and economical development and to the country as a whole.

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The Fourth Amendment

The Fourth Amendment
As stated, Colorado law makes it unlawful for any person within 100 feet of a health care facility to “knowingly approach” within 8 feet of another person, without that person’s consent, in order to hand out “a leaflet or handbill to, display a sign to, or engage in oral protest, education, or counseling with that person. . . .” I think Colorado enacted this statute because it was necessary at that moment and there were many complaints, as people were distracted and felt uncomfortable.

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Separation of Powers

Separation of Powers
Principles of the powers separation are based on the ideas, which date back to the philosophical and political works of ancient philosopher Aristotle. The main development of these ideas were held in the 18th century in France, held by Charles Montesquieu. His vision of the freedom was expressed as the right to do anything that is not prohibited by the law and could be provided only in the state, where the power is divided on three branches: legislative, executive and juridical. Every of the braches has a certain independence and is counterbalanced by the other branches.

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Participation in Democratic education

Participation in Democratic education
Before I started the summer school, I had very limited knowledge in democratic education as I grew up in a country with a different education system, culture, and structure of government. From the summer school, I understood what democratic education is and knew how to do it in school. Dewey proposed that “democracy is more than a form of government: it is primarily a mode of associated living, a conjoint communicated experience” (Dewey, 1916, p.87). According to Dewey, good education should have both a societal purpose and a purpose for the individual student. That was the traditional way to define democratic education.

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Persuasion of Legislation

Persuasion of Legislation
LGBT adoption is an important issue that affects our society at this time, and it often seems that solutions to the problem are impossible to find. However, I have had the chance to give the matter some serious thought and I have an idea that I wanted to present to you.
The ongoing transformation in the modern society determines the changes in social institutions, one of which is the family. Traditional forms of family supplement existing alternative models of family relations. According to sociologists, the deviations from classical monogamy "can not longer be interpreted as the deviation from the norm, but should rather be seen as a sign of substantial and irreversible evolutionary changes in the institution of the family" (Satetan 2003).

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FAST Lanes draw drug trade

FAST Lanes draw drug trade
Introduction

The objective of this essay is to provide summary, analysis and critics for the article “FAST Lanes draw drug trade” by Christopher Sherman publushed November 27, 2009 on the web-site fredericksburg.com.

FAST Lanes draw drug trade
The problem of Mexican board is one of the everlasting problems for the security services of the USA. On the one hand, the U.S.A. has the ground borders with Canada and Mexico only and the transportation through the border with Mexico carries a significant part of the imported goods.

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Maritime Security Act

Maritime Security Act
The issue of maritime security became urgent at the beginning of the last century. From 1917 different security acts served to prevent the damage through sabotage and terrorism. After the terrorist attacks on 09.10.2001 almost all the countries of the world including the USA revised the existed laws on security measurers. As the results new Maritime Transportation Security Act was adopted in 2002 to minimize the risk of terrorism and unlawful interference within the U.S. maritime domain. However, these prevention measurers had some economical impact. The objective of this essay is to discuss the economic impact of security measurer in maritime transportation.

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