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    Americas Economic Debate

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    “Government that governs least governs best.” Thomas Jefferson 43% percent of the National Income (spending) is controlled by state and local sectors instead of the prominent private sector. Why do they immediately control how deep in debt the whole country is in? In the end it is the following generation that will unwillingly be endowed with this record high national debt and growing deficit. It is said that in America our government has marginal influence on our economy; that it does not get

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    events, recipes for cooking, digital dictionaries, and even debates. Many people associate the Internet with a lack of seriousness, a place to get cheap information on topics, communicate with colleagues, and perhaps even teach a class through instructional videos but few people would argue that the Internet holds up to a place in Academia, such as a school, in terms of organization and structure. In fact many people associate an Internet debate with ad hominem attacks, frustration, and a lack of any

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    What Is Trauma

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    This next section is where much of the empirical evidence for intergenerational historical trauma and internalized oppression will be shown. It will include a combination of examples provided through the medium of literature by authors already mentioned and a few new concepts, but this section will also serve as a platform for a reflection of my own personal observations and experience in relation to the concept of historical trauma through schooling. How Schooling Serves as a Tool for Continued

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    The Power of the Voice

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    Created by speakers and debaters long before today, the art of Speech and Debate has taken hold upon the American high school and college life. Before my first debate, I was nervous and shivered in fear of the outcome. However, I felt like I was part of something. With judge looking at me and the timer in his hand, I began my first speech. It all just happened in a whirlwind and all of a sudden the judge called the end of the debate. It felt like forever, but then the judge finally gave his vote to my

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    success with my team, at least I think we succeeded. My team and I have put a lot of work together, I really think I have not done a good job on the research part, but I certainly knew what to talk about when it came to the debate. We had a group meeting a week before the debate and although everyone had a bad class schedule where not all of the team was available at certain times, we took advantage of the cancelled class and we thought of meeting on that day. We started discussing the roles everyone

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    Culture of Critique

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    Americans have embraced debate since before we were a country. The idea that we would provide reasoned support for any position that we took is what made us different from the English king. Our love of debate came from the old country, and embedded itself in our culture as a defining value. Thus, it should not come as a surprise that the affinity for debate is still strong, and finds itself as a regular feature of the mainstream media. However, if Deborah Tannen of the New York Times is correct,

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    The group discussion has just passed, and it was really a hard work and challenging. There were many precious lessons I got, and, hopefully, so did with my friends. Our group was consisting of four students. As a quantity, reasonably, we had had enough power to do a better work and gained a satisfying result. As I flashed back to the group discussion, it was enriching my memories. Some were in high spirit, remarkable and enjoyable. Opposite to it, few were disappointing. I still remembered

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    Nuclear Power - What's missing from the debate? It is not generally a great idea to apologize for one's paper at the beginning, but the majority of this essay is going to include something which Swatties (or at least, I) have a great tendency to do - through attempting to think critically about issues, end up tearing apart the reasoning/argument of the author we don't think has thought everything through, or with whose opinion we do not agree (which, as some of us were informed by a professor

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    The Debate Over Artificial Intelligence Can machines think? Or rather, can we develop true artificial intelligence in the sense of machines that think and understand as we humans do? This is an interesting problem that is becoming more and more relevant in our lives as computers become more complex and integral to our lives. Two articles, John Searle's "Minds, Brains, and Programs" and William Lycan's "Robots and Minds", present two different answers to this question and also raise several new

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    The Petrol Tax Debate

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    The Petrol Tax Debate Introduction ============ The aim of this project is to answer the question whether or not petrol taxes should be raised. To do this I will take the views of the public, this will include views for and against raised petrol taxes. The most likely reason for raised tax will be reviewed later in this project. Firstly I will analyse the questionnaire. The data for the questionnaire was collected, with the use of primary research, (for more information see below)

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