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Industrial Pollution And Third World

As developing nations struggle with population growth, poverty, famines, and wars, their residents are discovering the environmental effects of these problems, in the form of increasing air, water, and land …

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How Important is Money?

Economists are fascinated by the idea of money as a social institution— an agreement among individuals—that, if we keep it, makes our economic  lives  better  and  allows  our  economies  to  grow  more rapidly. This contract is as important to modern society as the invention of the wheel, and in this …

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Crisis on Infinite Earths – Everything you need to know

Crisis on Infinite Earths – Everything you need to know

AUTHOR: Wolfman, Marv ARTIST: George Pérez (illustrator); Jerry Ordway (penciller and inker); Mike DeCarlo (inker); Dick Giordano (inker); Mike Machlan (inker); Carl Gafford (colorist); Robert Greenberger (colorist); Tom McCraw (colorist); Adrienne Roy (colorist); Anthony Tollin (colorist); Tom Ziuko (colorist); John Costanza (letterer) PUBLISHER: DC Comics FIRST SERIAL PUBLICATION: 1985-1986 FIRST BOOK PUBLICATION: 1998 Publication History …

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Universal Basic Income

As income inequality increases in the United States, economists and politicians have proposed wide-ranging ideas for distributing wealth more fairly and ensuring that all Americans—rather than only the richest few—benefit from the nation’s resources, productivity, and technological advances. One proposal that has garnered support from diverse interest groups across the …

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Do Undocumented Workers Take Jobs from Citizens?

Introduction Advanced industrialized countries have long relied on immigrants to address deficiencies in the labor market. Immigrants are employed in skilled and unskilled work in a range of industries, helping to offset economic problems such as aging workforces, mismatched skills, and increasing competition from low-cost producers in the developing world. …

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Terrorism and Criminalization and Immigration as a Response to Terrorism

Introduction Terrorism is the use of violence, generally by non-state individuals or organizations, especially against political targets, to achieve political goals. Many high-profile terrorist incidents, such as the attacks of September 11, 2001, on the United States or the Paris attacks of 2015, involve international or foreign policy issues. In …

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