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    At times this journey will be a perilous quest, but with valiant leadership this nation shall flourish. Only the Democratic Party is prepared to guide America towards this future. Under the watchful guidance of President Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party, America is finally moving in the right direction. In 1996, we, the Democratic Party, adopted and enacted a platform that has reinvigorated the American spirit of opportunity, responsibility, and community within our national character. Along

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    Preamble The dawn of a new millennium is upon us and we, the Republican Party, are fully prepared to meet the challenges that await us. This past century, due to the resilience and determination of the American people, our country has experienced more growth and prosperity than any other nation in recorded history. However, dark challenges threaten the moral fiber of this great nation. The past eight years, under Clinton’s leadership, the national government has lacked the fortitude to effectively

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    The Republican Party Platform of 1856 (which John Fremont of California was the candidate) and the Democratic Party Platform of 1856 (which President-elect Franklin Pierce was running for second term was a candidate and James Buchanan of Pennsylvania was a candidate and won) were basically an outline of the platforms on which the candidates for the office of president were going to run on. Both parties had different ideas of how the country should be run and different ideas about issues at hand

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    Examining the Economic Platform of a Political Party Al Gore and the Democratic Party have many plans for the Tax Reform and Social Security issues. These two very important issues play a very big part in the upcoming presidential Election of 2000. The Economic issues are very crucial in his bid to become our countries next president. The following things discussed in my paper show us how Al Gore and the Democratic Party stand on very important issues for the future. Gore proposes that people

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    The Environmental Platform of the Republican, Democratic, and Green Parties The Environment has become a hot topic in political platforms as of late. With noticeable changes in weather patterns such as El Nino, La Nina, and the steady increase in the average daily temperatures, environmentalist group's views and values have become the views and values of more of the general public. This topic has even resulted in more support of the Green Party and its leader Ralph Nader, who some environmentalists

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    Foreign Aid Programs are Good Politics

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    strength to help promote peace and stability.  The other side is that America is not the world's policeman, that we must put our own interests as a nation first.  The US Taxpayers Party, a recent addition to the list of nationally recognized political parties, leans clearly towards the second side.  In their party platform, which can be found at http://www.USTaxpayers.org/ustp-96p.html, they call for US withdrawal from all foreign alliances and international agencies.  The affects of many aspects of

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    John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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    whatever they chose and John F. Kennedy chose politics. John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1942 and as a new member Kennedy supported legislation that would serve the interests of his elements. Kennedy usually backed bills sponsored by his party but would sometimes show independence by voting with the Republicans. He also joined with the Republicans in criticizing the Truman administration’s handling of China. In China, the Nationalist government of Chiang Kai-shek, which had been supported

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    Broadband IP Networks

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    media is being driven by an eco system of interested parties: Service providers, Advertisers, Broadcasters, Consumers and Carriers. This rapid conversion needs a new platform to manage, store, protect and distribute Broadband Content of all types (Games, Video, Music and Business Applications) This document describes the needs and the solution for such a platform, empowering the new breed of horizontally layered providers of services. RAGA’s platform was developed to uniquely address these concerns

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    Nintendo

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    While the Nintendo name is most closely associated with a video game platform (the NES), the company's real focus has always been the games rather than the platform. Herein lies the true distinction between Nintendo and its two larger rivals. Nintendo seeks to make good games. Microsoft and Sony seek to control a distribution channel. Nintendo is the only company among the three console makers that began life as an entertainment company - and it shows. Microsoft is known for software; Sony is

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    Ferry Ride

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    nowhere to sit and almost nowhere to stand. Only the ship’s officers ad a little space and this was on the bridge, which, along with the wheelhouse, was situated on a wooden platform erected over the engine-room. Here the captain of the vessel was in command. The bridge and wheelhouse were separated from the rest of the platform by a little wooden gate, secured only with a string catch.     5 The captain was distinguished from his fellow officers by his hat, a black felt trilby punched out into a

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