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    The Fourth Strike

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    The Fourth Strike In Joe Rodriguez’s article “Kids and Alcohol Don’t Mix,” Rodriguez states that the new proposed legislation introduced by Senator Dede Alpert will make it “extremely difficult to close down retailers who consistently sell booze to minors.” I completely agree with Rodriguez’s point of view because it will make it easier for retailers to continue illegally selling their products to minors by allowing a “fourth strike.” In California, the law allows the Department of Alcoholic Beverage

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    Nuclear Strikes

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    Nuclear Strikes Scientifically, there is no obstacle for a nuclear or atomic bomb. There are no secrets in Nuclear Science anymore. Anyone with a reasonable physics degree and access to a good technical library could design a workable atomic bomb in less than 6 months, so why hasn't anyone. Maybe there has been, no one is exactly sure. In the last 52 years there has been enough nuclear warheads made to destroy every city in the world and still have thousands left over.(Church 40) This all happened

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    The Strike of 1934

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    The Strike of 1934 On May 9th 1934 a organized labor strike started in San Francisco that would snowball into a city crippling strike. The International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) declared a strike for all longshoremen on the west coast, until they received better wages, a union-administered hiring hall, and union membership as a prerequisite for employed longshoremen. The Strike of 1934 lasted for three months, stopping maritime trade in the ports of the Western United States, from San

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    Three Strike Laws

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    Three Strike Laws Mandatory minimums and three strike laws, are they really the answer to the crime problem America has faced for years? Many would say yes, including me, as long as it is for a violent crime such as murder, rape or arson; some feel that even theft, drug trafficking or possession, and burglary are all worthy of the 25-to-life sentence that can be carried under the mandatory minimums for three strike laws. A three-strike law is a law that states that you will be sentenced

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    Pulp Strikes Back

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    Pulp Strikes Back In modern Hollywood film making, the formula for a run-away box office hit is associated with star-studded actors, startling special effects, and a big price tag. The Quentin Tarantino masterpiece Pulp Fiction (1994) completely steps away from high production and focuses on the life and personality of the characters. A well-scripted screenplay, diverse cast of talented actors, and some interesting director decisions make Pulp Fiction a cult classic. Pulp Fiction refers to

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    Ireland Strikes Back

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    Ireland Strikes Back A movement was started in Ireland to regain home rule. This movement was started in 1858 by a secret revolutionary society known as the Fenian Brotherhood. This group was created to help solve the crises of the potato famine, the poor government, and the ongoing problems with the church. Between the years of 1856 and 1870, the Fenians organized an uprising in Ireland with invasions in British cities and outbreaks in Canada (de Nie). The goal of this society was to achieve

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    Lightning Never Strikes Twice 	A few miles off the cost of Cape Cod, sits the island of Nantucket. On this island, during the 1600’s lived the Haley family. Tom Haley was the only tobacco farmer on the island and due to this fact they were extremely wealthy. Their estate was the largest on Nantucket and was located right over a beautiful cliff. Tom and his wife Janice ate breakfast every morning at 6:00am everyday with their son Garnet. Late Thursday night a storm was getting very close to their

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    To:          Executive, Zoecon Corporation From: Date:          Thursday, February 17, 2005 Subject:     Strike Roach Ender Introduction Projected Industry Consumers                              Professional Projected Growth Rate of 10% annually          Projected growth rate of 8% annually Projected sales of $4.4 million                Projected sales of $2.7 billion Flea IGR Introduction – Similar Scenario •     Great success of introduction of flea IGR PRECOR into PCO, veterinary

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    Medical Strikes

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    This article seeks to answer the paradoxical pattern that has been suggested in the literature of doctor strikes. The research question is whether it is true that when health workers go on strike, levels of mortality stays the same or decreases? The author conducted a systematic review of the literature that addresses the link between physician strikes and the influence it has on mortality rates. This is the only question of this article. Q2: What is the answer to this research question? In order

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    Strikes and Alternative Forms of Coping Are strikes the most beneficial way of resolving labour - management conflict? Or are alternative forms of coping more beneficial?. Throughout this paper I will attempt to answer these questions by, first giving a description of each of these forms of coping. Then I will examine the effects, both positive and negative, that each of these forms of coping has on the collective bargaining process as well as the labor - management relationship. Finally I will

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