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  • Economic Problems in Germany and Nazi Success

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    the late 1920's because this period of time, being prior to the economic crisis, the Weimar Government was doing fairly well under the leadership of Stresemann and Germany's future looked hopeful for a while. But when the economy took a turn for the worse, Germany was desperate, therefore many Germans felt that it was the right time to vote for a different party. The Nazis were quick to take advantage of the economic problems that the Weimar Government faced and started to market themselves

  • Book Review: The Star Fraction by Ken MacLeod

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    The first part of this review does not contain spoilers. Ken MacLeod's The Star Fraction is a fantasic science fiction novel about love, loss, socialism, anarcho-capitalism, "American-style ‘black helicopter’ libertarianism", and the looming threat of a fascistic world order. The Star Fraction's setting is post World War III UK, where the republican government has been overthrown by the monarchy, and a new kingdom has been established. After many failed violent revolutions to over throw the monarch

  • To What Extent is Inflation a serious Economic Problem

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    To What Extent is Inflation a serious Economic Problem ====================================================== Before considering whether Inflation has serious Economic Problems, we have to get to grasp what it exactly is. Inflation is defined as a sustained general rise in prices in the Economy. Obviously the government can't measure every single price change for every single good in the economy, so therefore they take a basket of goods and by using a price index measure a change in it.

  • The Law on Demonstrations of Rights

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    Occupied the law on demonstrations attention of many individuals in the current period . Where abounded preparation demonstrations and became demonstrations factional does not represent all sides , but represent a few , which led to the government taking a decision to pass a law to pretend to reduce these demonstrations , which have become the only solution and the shelter first to turn to any even individual gain their rights without regard to the rights of other individuals. And pressure on the

  • The Problem of Over-Population

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    social problems of Pakistan is overpopulation, it gives rise to other problems such as illiteracy, unemployment and poverty. Actually overpopulation causes much more damage other than giving rise to such problems. It gives rise to many more problems, which affect our country, both socially and economically. I want to illustrate the above mentioned problems for the time being. My aim is to explain illiteracy, unemployment and poverty under the debate of overpopulation. The major economic problems are

  • Social and Economic Problems Facing Native Americans

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    among Urban Two-Spirit American Indian/Alaska Natives.” The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 38(5) 2012: 421-427. Print Lowrey, Annie. “Pain on the Reservation.” The New York Times. n.d. Web July, 2013. Trimble, Charles. “New economic hope on Pine Ridge Reservation.” Indianz.Com. n.d. Web February, 2014 Ambler, Marjane. “Sustaining our home, Determining our destiny.” Tribal College Journal. Vol. 13 Issue 3, P8, Spring Selden, Ron. “Working Together, Unlimited Things

  • Social And Economic Problems Within The Aboriginal Community

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    compared to non-Indigenous people with missing and murder cases. The marginalization of Indigenous women and girls in Canadian society has pushed them into more and more situations of victimization. Neglecting to form a solution to the social and economic problems within the Aboriginal community, especially with disadvantaged Native women and girls, further encourages their negative living conditions as well as the crimes committed to them. This also concerns the systemic bias within the justice system

  • Prostitution: The Oldest Trade; An Economic and Health Problem

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    Prostitution: The Oldest Trade An Economic and Health Problem Prostitution by definition is described as sexual intercourse in exchange for remuneration (Bhunu,C.P, & Mushayabasa,S.S, 2012). Prostitution has a variety of forms: Brothels, escorts, prostitution and street prostitution. Brothels are established buildings specifically dedicated to prostitution; escort services can take place at the payer’s residence or hotel room, and street prostitution is usually seen in urban areas on street corners

  • War Brings Economic Problems, Loss of Life and Suffering

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    suffering and destruction. Many feel that such depictions are usually sensationalized in order to get an audience, but in my opinion, war can never by justified. Despite the common argument that war brings about liberalism, it saddles along economic problems, a loss of lives and sufferings. The tremendous suffering that results from war is unimaginable. Innocent civilians are maimed or killed while the soldiers face irreparable physical and mental damage even years after the war. The effects of

  • The Most Problematic Social and Economic Problem in Today’s Society

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    most problematic social and economic problem in the US. Identity theft can cause many problems for the victim and the thief, obviously. One problem is the victims personal record, it is extremely important to have a clean one if you want to apply for college, buy a house, become a citizen, etc. Another problem is after the identity theft has taken their toll, the victim is suffering with trying to recover all the money that they have lost. And the most dangerous problem is victims can be accused of