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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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Abortion and Minors (Teen Abortion) in 21st Century

Background of Abortion of Minors Although women aged nineteen and younger account for a relatively small share (less than 20 percent) of the approximately 1.2 million abortions performed every year in the United States, their legal status as minors has made them a focal point in reproductive policy debates. As …

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Political Rhetoric in 21st Century

What is Political Rhetoric? One of Aristotle’s best-known works of political philosophy, Rhetoric, presents a three-part analysis of how rhetoric, or persuasive speech, works. Aristotle argued that speech can persuade an audience based on the character of the speaker, the emotional state of the audience, or the rational argument the speaker …

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Inflation and Recession in U.S Economy

The US economy is definitely a kind of roller coaster, with relatively long stretches of gradual business growth punctuated by sharp declines, but usually shorter. Fortunately, increases have already been much more prevalent compared to dereases, therefore, the economy continues to grow substantially in recent decades, providing more jobs and …

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Division of Labor

Scope The term division of labor refers to the fact that in a modern economy, almost no one produces all or most of what they personally consume. People don’t grow their own food, treat their own illnesses, build their own homes, and make their own tools. Instead, with the division …

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