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  • The Census Bureau

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    The Census Bureau This paper will identify what I learned from the following two websites identified as the following: www.claritas.com and www.census.gov. The following questions are posed and will be answered in this paper. 1) What did you find that surprised you? 2) How are they different? 3) How are they the same? 4) How might these two market research sources help a company develop a marketing mix? 5) What might each of the 2 sources tell you about consumer behavior

  • Freedmans Bureau

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    The Freedman’s Bureau      The Freedman’s Bureau was set up after the Civil War even though it went against three main traditional values of the time. The first being limited government, which mean that the government could and could not do certain things. It also was the basis for the idea of the government’s power being limited. The second was sanctity of private property. At this time you made your own money to buy land and it was your land that no one could take away

  • Census Bureau

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    Census Bureau The demographics of the census can tell a story of its own. By manipulating the data and comparing the different disbursements of race, age, and ethnicity, we can begin to see a history manifest in the living arrangements of our society today. For example, in reference to the census map titled “Black, Portland—Vancouver, OR—WA by Census Tract,” we find a high concentration of black members living in the northeast community. Cross-referencing our findings with the material

  • Emancipation and the Freedmen’s Bureau

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    about ending slavery, but had not fully developed the logistical aspect of what would happen to these men and women after the war. It was not until 1865 that the Union addressed this issue through the creation The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. This Freedmen’s Bureau as it came to be known was a necessary and logical solution to the problem of how to aid recently freed slaves in the transition from slavery to freedom in the South, however, in many regards it often came up short

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs

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    Bureau of Indian Affairs This is a great day for you and for us. A day of peace and friendship between you and the whites for all time to come. You are about to be paid for your lands, and the GREAT FATHER has sent me today to treaty with you concerning the payment...And the GREAT FATHER wishes you to have homes, pastures for your horses and fishing places. he wishes you to learn to farm and your children to go to a good school; and he now wants me to make a bargain with you, in which you will

  • The Better Business Bureau

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    The Better Business Bureau (BBB), the mark that we all look for when researching a business. We have come to trust this organization and most of us felt that the BBB was an impartial party that was formed and existed to help the buyer make an informed decision. The BBB, like any other company or organization has had its share of controversy over the years, whenever there is a human element, there is sometimes ethical challenges and people make the wrong decisions. Ethical issue intensity comes

  • The Better Business Bureau

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    For almost 100 years the Better Business Bureau has offered many different Services and Programs that are essential to control a trustworthy relationship between a business and the customer. The BBB is offered in 50 States and 12 provinces, and was founded in 1912. The BBB currently has a total of 400,000 North American businesses that are accredited by the BBB. The BBB is a non-profit organization that focuses mainly on advancing marketplace trust. There are 128 independently incorporated local

  • Citizens Advice Bureau

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    Citizens Advice Bureau The main stages a consumer with problems, or who is making a complaint needs to go through are: - 1. To make a complaint as soon as possible to the supplier of goods and services. If you have a problem about something, always let the supplier deal with the matter. Also you could lose some of your legal rights if you leave a complaint too long. 2. You also need to take any proof of what you’ve brought with you, such

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation

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    The Federal Bureau of Investigation The agency now known as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was founded in 1908 when Attorney General Charles J. Bonaparte appointed an unnamed force of Special Agents to be the investigative force of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Prior to that time, DOJ borrowed Agents from the U.S. Secret Service to investigate violations of federal criminal laws within its jurisdiction. By order of Attorney General George W. Wickersham, the Special Agent force

  • The Demystification of the Freedmen's Bureau

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    The role of the Freedmen Bureau in African-American development during the Reconstruction era has been a polarizing topic since the Bureau’s inception. While most concur that the Bureau was well intended, some scholars, believe that the Freedmen’s Bureau was detrimental to African-American development. One such scholar was W.E.B. Dubois, who in his book The Souls of Black Folk, expressed his discontent with the actions of the Bureau and suggested that the Bureau did more harm than good. Upon further