Key words: Crimes and Justice, and poverty and Health
America is the world’s super power with a great support to peace keeping in the world. United States has a population of over 3 million people with its population growth of 0.9% per annum. Basically the huge number of population has got a lot to do with America’s military strength. America’s military spending is more than a quarter of the entire world. America with a big military strength, just like any other scholar who lacks information about America like I used to be before attending this class, one would assume America as the world’s safest place to live it because they are capable of ensuring security. But any ways, this might be not the reality to be based on as will be discussed in the paper later. Still to point out what to be discussed in the paper, though America has got the...
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...ure the value of freedom to the public. Personal freedom is important when it is not hurting the society.
Russell. D and Joseph. G: Contemporary America (3rd Edition 2009)
US conference of Catholic Bishops (Monday September 2 2013) a letter to the Prime Minister David Cameron for the G8 meeting
Catholic Mom.com; Three steps to reduce income disparities by Father James Martin (August 14th 2013)
National affairs; Justice, Inequalities and the poor by Ryan Messmore
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