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  • The Duties Of A Secretary

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    The Duties of A Secretary When we enter a law office the first individual we meet is the legal secretary. She is the one withe responsibility for the correspondence, records, and other affairs of office. The word “secretary” reflects its Latin root secretum (secret), which originally referred to a person who acted as a confidant, and handled matters of a private nature for his principal. The executive position or executive secretary is one of major responsibility in business or government

  • Analysis Of Abd Al-Hamid Letter To The Secretaries

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    Primary Source Analysis: Abd al-Hamid, Letter to the Secretaries (before 750) Abd al-Hamid is often considered as the foremost writer of the Umayyad period. He produced numerous letters on topics ranging from advice to rulers and kings, codes of conduct, treatment of non-Arab subjects, to friendship. Although much of his work has been lost, a number of them were later incorporated into the works of later writers. His Letter to the Secretaries is a classic example, having been quoted and preserved

  • The Significance of the Resignation of David Blunkett as Home Secretary

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    The Significance of the Resignation of David Blunkett as Home Secretary David Blunkett: A Personal Profile The messy personal scandal which has brought about the political demise of the Home Secretary is out of character for a man who has always prided himself on his strong moral values. David Blunkett has been a key figure in shaping New Labour's social agenda, a politician whose uncompromising principles shape both his private and professional life. He refused to back down when his

  • The UN Secretary-General and International Norm Development

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    “Floating Down the River of History: Ban Ki---moon and Peacekeeping, 2007-2011.” Global Governance 17(4): 399-416. Traub, James. The Best Intentions . New York, NY: Farrar,Straus,Girux, 2006. Print. Annan, Kofi. The United Nations . Office of the Secretary General . In Larger Freedom: towards development, security and human rights for all. . New York, NY: , 2005. Print. Dunne, Tim, Milja Kurki, and Steve Smith. International Relations Theories . 2nd. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2010. 178-194

  • President Lincoln's Struggle With His Cabinet

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    President Lincoln's Struggle With His Cabinet Abraham Lincoln is regarded by many historians as the greatest president ever to stand at America's helm. This reputation is extremely well deserved, as Lincoln was able to preserve the Union and gain victory in the civil war, despite his fighting an uphill battle against his own presidential cabinet. Had he not been struggling against this divided government, President Lincoln could have achieved victory with extreme efficiency and a minimum

  • Haig V. Agee: Power To Revoke Passports

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    case charging that the Secretary of State can not revoke a passport on the grounds that the power has never been granted by the Congress to the Secretary, and that revoking a passport violates the first and fifth amendments of the Constitution of the United States. Not only does the Secretary of State have implied powers, but revoking Agee's passport did not violate any laws or rights. In Haig v. Agee, the defendant claims that the Passport Act of 1926 does not grant the Secretary of State the right

  • SNCC: The Role Of Women In The Civil Rights Movement

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    When we hear of SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) we think of students who played an important role in the committee. Ella Baker helped students form this organization at Shaw University in 1960. SNCC grew into a very large organization in the North with many people that supported. As the organization grew larger, women, particularly African American women, began to have a voice. “The civil rights movement could never have succeeded without the extraordinary creativity and courage

  • Anthrax

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    ANTHRAX One of the most important responsibilities a Secretary of Defense has is to make sure the United States’ military members are protected as much as possible from any type of harm. Since the cease-fire of the Gulf War, the Joint Chiefs of Staff have discovered that anthrax has become the number one biological threat to our troops. With finding this information, the Secretary of Defense, William S. Cohen, has decided to ensure that each military member is protected from anthrax with its vaccine

  • The Current State of the U.S. Economy

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    late to prevent the return of widespread inflation. Ideally the economy should move ahead gradually and grow at a steady manageable rate. Mae West once stated “Too much of a good thing can be wonderful” and it seems the U.S. Treasury Secretary agrees. The Secretary announced that due to our increasing surplus and booming economy, instead of having an outsized tax cut, we should use the surplus to further pay down the national debt. A tax cut, though most Americans would favor it initially, would

  • surgeon general

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    Supervising Surgeon General and then back to just Surgeon General in 1902. According to Funk and Wagnall’s New Encyclopedia the Surgeon General was the head of the Public Health System and reported directly to the Secretary of Health. After 1968 the Surgeon General reported to the Assistant Secretary of Health. The current Surgeon General for the United States is Dr. David Satcher. He was born in Anniston, Alabama on March second 1941. Dr. Satcher, his wife Nola, and his four children live in Bethesda, Maryland