Ams 1a fall 2014 Profs. Guenter, Jackson, Lo Paper #1: The Role of the Supreme Court Due: October 29, 2014 in seminarAms 1a fall 2014 Profs. Guenter, Jackson, Lo Paper #1: The Role of the Supreme Court Due: October 29, 2014 in seminar
Compare and contrast two Supreme Court cases. One case should be from the antebellum period we are studying this semester and the other a contemporary case representing our own time period. Situate your cases in historical context
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Reflections on the Industrial Revolution Seminar and a classroom ActivityReflections on the Industrial Revolution Seminar and a classroom Activity
Industrialization and its effects provoked intellectual and cultural responses in the visual arts, literature, philosophy, and social science. It also set the stage for the new imperialism and the savagery of modern war
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The Ethics of TortureThe Ethics of Torture
Discussion. Can the use of torture be justified on ethical grounds? There may be pragmatic reasons to
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Required textsRequired texts
Essays must be original, analytically astute, thoroughly developed, supported and documented, coherent, and aware of audience. Workshops on writing and grammar as well as peer editing of drafts will help students prepare final copies of essays in proper form
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Backed Money, Fiat Money, and the Real Bills Doctrine Michael F. Sproul Department of Economics California State University, NorthridgeBacked Money, Fiat Money, and the Real Bills Doctrine Michael F. Sproul Department of Economics California State University, Northridge
Monetary theorists have mistakenly viewed the real bills doctrine as a rule that would make the quantity of money move in step with aggregate output of goods
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What are the Effects of the Daubert Decision on Fingerprint IdentificationWhat are the Effects of the Daubert Decision on Fingerprint Identification
India and Argentina in the late 1800's. In the United States, fingerprint evidence was first offered into evidence in People v. Jennings, 254 Ill. 534, 96 N. E. 1077, 43 L. R. A. (N. S.) 1206, (1911). In Jennings, the Court ruled that
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Argumentative Essay Loyalist or Patriot BackgroundArgumentative Essay Loyalist or Patriot Background
Either they were Patriots or loyalist. Patriots believed that the colonies should break away from England and govern themselves. Loyalist believed that the colonies should stay true, or loyal, to the king and to England
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Structured Academic Controversy Lesson PlanStructured Academic Controversy Lesson Plan
In the 2012 two states passed legislation that legalized the use of recreational marijuana. This issue will only begin to be pushed further into the fore-front of American Politics until it is completely dealt with
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Argumentative Essay Loyalist or Patriot BackgroundArgumentative Essay Loyalist or Patriot Background
Either they were Patriots or loyalist. Patriots believed that the colonies should break away from England and govern themselves. Loyalist believed that the colonies should stay true, or loyal, to the king and to England
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