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    Inequalities and Interdependence According to my small nephew, milk does not come from cows, it comes from stores. He's never seen a cow being milked, but he has been to the store with his mother to buy milk, so in his world, milk comes from stores. Purchasing is a major activity in our daily lives. In fact, if there were to be a national crisis of some sort that would prevent us from being able to purchase the barest of daily necessities such as milk, bread, cereal, toothpaste, deodorant

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    Global Interdependence

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    Global Interdependence Hope for peace is difficult to have and even more difficult to maintain. This is especially true when throughout history we have been taught that war, domination, and destruction are the only ways to deal with conflict. “The Histories” by Herodotus and “The Peloponnesian War” by Thucydides are regarded as two of the greatest histories of all time and these stories give the impression that violence and war are inevitable and even desirable. Our history is full of stories

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    Global Interdependence

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    Global Interdependence North American college students have many advantages and disadvantages that shape their capacity for creating alliances with other social movements outside the boundaries of the campus. The advantages that North American college students have when creating alliances between social movements fall into three categories: general, academic, and logistics. Generally, students come to college with a goal of discovering their place in the world. “People join the movement not

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    Economic freedom cannot be fully instated as long as interdependence exists. The reasoning for this is that interdependence directly effects economic freedom. The basic idea in these two terms is options. Economic freedom means having unlimited and unrestricted options, while interdependence equals limited options. It is impossible for these two ideas to completely coexist to the entirety of their definitions. The government is forever creating and amending rules, regulations, and laws, which

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    The Importance of Interdependence and International Cooperation We are not a nation alone in the world. We do not make up the beliefs, developmental status, and environment of the entire globe. To act as if there is no interdependence within states is not only ridiculous, but also dangerous. Professor Squibwell draws attention to this issue, and while his views may be a little extreme in the statement that “the world functions as a single integrated unit,” he is accurate in suggesting that we

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    The Interdependence and Indivisibility of Human Rights ABSTRACT: This paper defends the claim that the contemporary canon of human rights forms an indivisible and interdependent system of norms against both "Western" and "Asian" critics who have asserted exceptionalist or selectivist counterclaims. After providing a formal definition of human rights, I argue that the set of particular human rights that comprises the contemporary canon represents an ethical-legal paradigm which functions as an

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    Relationships and Interdependence in the Works of Kurt Vonnegut While on the surface Kurt Vonnegut's works appear to singularly contain the pessimistic views of an aging, black humorist, his underlying meanings reveal a much more sympathetic and hopeful glimpse of humanity that lends itself to eventual societal improvement. As part of Vonnegut's strategy for enhanced communal welfare, the satirist details in the course of his works potential artificial

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    Managing Globalization

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    Introductory Quotation: In Managing Globalization in the Age of Interdependence, best-selling author George C. Lodge, Jaime and Josefina Chua Tiampo Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, tackles an issue of worldwide proportions - the tensions created by globalization, the growing interdependence of the earth's 5.5 billion people. Globalization is the process forced by global flows of people, information, trade, and capital. It is accelerated by technology

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    Self-Discipline: A Civil Virtue

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    Self-Discipline: A Civil Virtue Self-Discipline As stated by Arthur Combs “ If our democratic society is to function effectively, it requires self-disciplined, caring citizens who are willing to pull their own weight and contribute to their own and their community’s welfare. People learn self-discipline in the process of growing up.” (Combs 260-263) If humans did not practice self-discipline our society would certainly not be what it is today. Just about everyone knows what self-discipline is

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    Groups

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    formation may be the experience of common fate, the perception that ones outcomes are bound up with those of others. An even stronger form of interdependence is that shaped by the task goals of the group. Where these bring people into a positive relationship with one another then cooperation, cohesion and enhanced group performance are likely. Negative interdependence on the other hand leads to competition, reduced liking for others in the group and usually lower performance. As the group develops,

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